Philadelphia High School Basketball
State Playoff Recaps, 2019-20
(Catholic Teams Only)

First Round
At Wood
  Neumann-Goretti 75, Brandywine Heights 42: Hysier Miller packed 11 of his 24 points into a 22-6 first quarter and the Saints mostly coasted from there. He shot 8-for-12 from the floor and 4-for-6 beyond the arc. Hakim Byrd (16) and Cameron Young (13, 15 rebounds) offered support. Jordan Hall dealt five assists.
At Milton Hershey
  Camp Hill 63, McDevitt 51: CH shot 4-for-4 from the floor and 5-for-6 at the line in a 13-point rally that highlighted a 24-9 fourth quarter. Robert Smith (10) and Jamil Manigo (23) finished their respective careers with 1,203 and 1,106 points, good for second and fifth place in McDevitt history.

First Round

At SJ Prep
Bonner-Prendie 78, Eastern York 40: Eleven Friars scored in this mismatch. Tyreese Watson led the way with 18 points and deep sub Gestin Liberis, who entered play with 16 points for the season, shot 4-for-4 from the floor while tallying 11 points. Starter Donovan Rodriguez had 14 points.
At Allentown Allen
  Carroll 46, Bethehem Catholic 44: Off a pass from John Camden (10 points), frosh Dean Coleman-Newsome drained just the Patriots' third trey of the game, and first since the first quarter, to win it. Anquan Hill collected nine of his 16 points in the fourth quarter.
Second Round
At Bethlehem Liberty
  Bonner-Prendie 67, Valley View 33: VV's turnover total (31) almost matched its points and two players fouled out in the third quarter. Tyreese Watson sniped 10-for-13 en route to 27 points in only three quarters of action. He also had five of the Friars' 20 steals.
At Garden Spot
  Harrisburg McDevitt 58, Carroll 49: Amiri Stewart (12), John Camden and Dean Coleman-Newsome (10 apiece) reached double digits for Carroll and Tairi Ketner (nine) came close. 

First Round

At Bonner-Prendie
  Wood 72, Strath Haven 45: The Vikings won the second half, 47-24, to triumph in going-away fashion. Marcus Randoph (20), Rahsool Diggins (18) and Jaylen Stinson (15) led the way and Muneer Newton mixed seven points, eight rebounds.
At Norristown
  Ryan 62, Penn Wood 50: Jalen Snead turned in quite the well-rounded performance, totaling 11 rebounds, seven blocks and four steals. Gediminias Mokseckas and Christian Isopi netted 20 and 15 points, respectively, while Dominic Vazquez had 14 points and five assists.
Second Round
At Bethlehem Freedom
  Wood 72, Pittston 45: A 13-point run enabled the Vikings to own a 35-23 advantage at halftime. Then they opened the second half with 12 of the first 15 markers. Deashon Sheperd (22) led the way, followed by Marcus Randolph (14), Rahsool Diggins and Jaylen Stinson (13 apiece).
At Coatesville
  Ryan 67, Elizabethtown 39: Gediminias Mokseckas (20) and Dominic Vazquez (19) fueled this frolic and Jalen Sned had seven assists, four steals. Vazquez (six) and Mokseckas (four) also notched a decent number of dishes.

First Round

At O'Hara
  Roman 81, Coastesville 75: With star guard Lynn Greer unavailable due to injury, sixth man Nasir Lett stepped up and notched 16 points, thanks in part to three of the Cahillites' eight three-point bombs. Justice Williams was the headliner, though, due to 27 points (11 in fourth quarter) and five assists. Xzavier Brown (17) and Jalen Duren (13) also scored in double figures while Duren (11) and Will Norman (eight) were the rebounds leaders.
At Kutztown Univ.
  Reading 57, SJ Prep 45: This setback brought an end to the wonderful, 52-year career of coach Speedy Morris. He finished with 1,035 wins, counting his high school (Roman, Penn Charter, SJ Prep) and college (La Salle women/men) stints. Trevor Wall paced the Hawks with 18 points. The scoring was completed by Chris Arizin, Brian Geatens (10 apiece) and Jimmy King (seven).
Second Round
At Bensalem
  Roman 62, Pennridge 51: Jalen Duren shot 9-for-11 from the floor while collecting 20 points. Plus, he swatted eight shots. Justice Williams sniffed a triple double with 16 points, nine boards and seven assists, and Nasir Lett mixed 11 points with four dimes. Roman rolled to a 38-19 lead, but Pennridge did advance within 58-51.