Wilson, Reading, BC and Exeter advance to BCIAA boys semis
Wilson West Lawn, Reading, Berks Catholic and Exeter advanced to the BCIAA boys basketball semifinals on Monday night.
At Governor Mifflin, top-seeded Wilson rolled past eighth-seeded Tulpehocken 64-25.
Travaun Coad paced the Bulldogs with 19 points. He is just 3 points shy of 1,000 for his career.
Jaylin Calloway and Jake Templin each added 12 points for Wilson as well.
Bryan Mellen scored 10 points to lead the Trojans.
Following that game, Reading pulled away from Conrad Weiser in the second half for a 66-59 victory.
Gil Benz led the Red Knights with 19 points. He got help from Isael Abreu and Meme Burdine, who combined for 21 points.
Weiser's Andy Orr led all scorers with 24 points. Cartier Talford tallied 17 and Dexter Jordan had another 10.
Wilson will meet Reading in the semifinals Wednesday. It will be the third time these two have met this season with the Bulldogs claiming both games.
At Wilson High School, second-seeded Berks Catholic handled Daniel Boone 56-40.
Nana Foulland registered another double-double, 18 points and 14 rebounds. Isaac Lutz added 12 points as did Pop Lacey, who was facing his old team.
Steve Sievers had a team-high 13 points for the Blazers.
In the nightcap, sixth-seeded Exeter knocked off Berks III champion Wyomissing, 47-23.
Taylor Trojanowksi did the damage for the Eagles with 12 points. Michal Menet added a double-double of 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Berks Catholic will meet Exeter in the other semifinal Wednesday at Santander Arena.
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