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Gordon, Carson lift Downingtown West past Great Valley; Dodds paces Shanahan

DOWNINGTOWN – George Gordon banked 16 points and Matt Carson cashed 14 as  Downingtown West seized control from the opening tip en route to a 62-34 demolition of Great Valley Tuesday night,
West’s smothering defense kept Great Valley off balance throughout the contest, enabling the Whippets (5-5) to grab a 19-7, tone-setting lead in the opening quarter. Liam Ward finished with 10 points for the Patriots.
Great Valley (35) – Ward 10, Porreca 6, Long 2, Graeff 5, Geiss 2, Frankenheimer 6, Carter 2, Wellener 1. Totals 11 9-13 35.
D-West (62) – Gordon 16, Carson 14, Reardon 8, Lewis 4, Reese 4, Anderson 3, Costello 3, Howard 3, Tremoglie 2, Lattanzi 2, Barton 2. Totals 24 9-16 62.
Great Valley       7 13   7  8 – 35
D-West             19 11 12 20 – 62
3-point goals: Ward 2, Frankenheimer 2; Reardon 2, Lewis, Carson
 
Bishop Shanahan 48, Kennett 27 – Kevin Dodds collected 18 points to pace the Eagles to the nonleague win over the Blue Demons (1-8), who got 9 points from Mitch Kosara and 7 from Bronson duPhily.
Bishop Shanahan (48) – Lamb 2, DeBeneditto 2, Kozinski 2, Dodds 18, Angelo 6, Browne 3, O’Malley 4, Forde 11. Totals 19 5-6 48.
Kennett (27) – duPhily 7, Kosara 9, Tomasetti 6, Lesher 2, Ploner 2, Dean 1, Totals 10 4-10 27.
Shanahan        13  8 16 11 – 48
Kennett            4   6   8   9 – 27
3-point goals: Dodds 2, Angelo 2, Browne, duPhily 2, Kosara
 
Glen Mills 63, Unionville 49 – The Indians (4-5) were outscored 42-27 in the second half of their nonleague loss. Andrew Burich had 11 points while Brendan Barrett chipped in with 10 for Unionville.
Unionville (49) – Rafferty 1, Miller 7, Martelli 6, Barrett 10, Burich 11, D’Amico 3, Furey-Bastian 7, Zubilaga 4. Totals 15 16-24 49.
Glen Mills (63) – Sanders 15, Carter 6, Cooper 18, Timmons 11, Smith 9, Kelly 4. Totals 29 3-6 63.
Unionville       8 14 13 14 – 49
Glen Mills       8 13 25 17 – 63
3-point goals: Miller, D’Amico, Fuery-Bastian; Timmons, Cooper
 
Chester 72, West Chester Rustin 68 – The Golden Knights (4-5) held an 8-point lead early in the fourth quarter, but the perennial state powerhouse Clippers (6-2) reeled off 13 unanswered points to take control en route to the nonleague victory.
Tajir Asparagus connected for 20 points, including 15 in the second half, Chris McMahon hit 6 treys while scoring 19 and Jake Nelson added 12 for Rustin, which committed 21 turnovers in suffering their third straight loss.
Chester (72) – Smith 3 2-4 9; Carter 6 5-6 19; Evans 1 0-1 2; Randolph 2 2-4 6; Lennon 1 1-2 4; Sudan 8 5-5 22; Camper 5 0-0 10. Totals 26 15-22 72.
Rustin (68) – Decoursey 1 0-0 2; Russell 1 0-0 3; McMahon 6 1-2 19; Asparagus 8 3-4 20; Barrouk 1 0-0 3; Frazier 2 2-4 7; Durant 1 0-2 2; Nelson 6 0-0 12. Totals 26 6-12 68.
Chester         17 18 10 27 – 72
Rustin           14 11 24 19 – 68
3-point goals: Smith, Carter 2, Lennon, Sudan, Russell, McMahon 6, Barrouk, Frazier, Asparagus.
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