Saturday, Villanova's Pavillion will host four high school contests among Pennsylvania and New York squads.
* Hofstra-signee Quincy Doundy broke his own record at Grady when he scored 64 points in the 120-41 victory over Lafayette Wednesday night. That same evening, in news unrelated to this tournament, super soph Sebastian Telfair hit 52 points in his Lincoln H.S. team's 108-58 victory over Fort Hamilton. Click here for more from Thursday's Newsday.
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In other news from the City of Brotherly Love:
Junior point guard Maureece Rice scored a school-record 63 points as Strawberry Mansion clubbed Bodine, 127-49, in a Public League boys' basketball game last night. more from the Philadelphia Inquirer
Senior power forward Michael Blackshear, who signed with Temple this fall, injured himself last night after his Simon Gratz's 60-48 loss to John Bartram. The talented undersized inside powerhouse severed a tendon in his right wrist when he ".... punched through the windowpane of the classroom door where Gratz meets on game days." He's scheduled for surgery next week. More from Todd Zolecki's report in the Inquirer and Ted Silary's column in the Philadelphia Daily News.