SCHUYLKILL - The Magic nipped the Warriors, 27-26, in Phoenixville Marian Youth Club (PMYC) Big Brothers basketball action Thursday night at Schuylkill School.
Eric Matson drained 15 points for the Magic while Eric Wallace and Marshall Johnson had four each and Vic Bozzelli and Kajhnel Norwood two apiece.
Tom Stewart topped the Warriors with nine points, including one trey. Jordan Smith tabbed eight fourth-quarter markers. Joe McErlean had five counters, Matt Rubino three and Ryan Bernick one.
In girls action, the Comets stormed past the Sting, 23-4. Aubree Flagg had six points for the Comets, Dominique Vinson, Megan Johnson and J.C. Durrell four each, Elisha Johnson and T'Amber Thornton two each and Nicky Bellinger one. Annie Rubino scored all four points for the Sting.
Also, the Liberty beat the Mercury, 18-14.
Patricia Johnson, Julia Brown and Kira Landis scored four each and Morgan Young, Olivia Teter and Markashia Washington had two apiece.
Ellie Delany had eight for the Mercury with Karen DiGuiseppe chipping in four and Katie McErlean two.
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Garrison Flagg scored two baskets in overtime to give the Knicks a 29-25 victory over the Lakers in Big Brothers action Wednesday night at Schuylkill School.
Flagg finished with seven points. Marcus Howell was high man with 13 markers. Richard Booknight had four, Ian Hargan two and Xavier Ingram one.
Kahron Winston led the Lakers with 12 points, followed by Zack Wooten and Mark Geraghty with four each, Darius Bookard with two and Darrell Bookard with one.
In Little Brothers action, the Owls stopped the Panthers, 30-14, as Billy Kedra scored 12 points. DeAndre Gadsden had eight, Levy Hardy four, Avery Dorrell four and Mackensey Thomas two.
For the Panthers, Rich Martin and John Dollfus had four points apiece and Abel Gadsden, Tom DeBasio and Josh Famous two each.
In another Little Brothers contest, the Wildcats defeated the Redmen, 18-7. Lorenzo Tabb led the way with eight points while Trshawn Smith had six and Clayton Mitchell and Phil Thompson two each.
Luke Feulner, Carlas Rich and Nick Giampietro tallied two each for the Redmen and Logan Landis had one.