By Phil Anastasia
Balanced scoring is one thing.
Balanced scoring in which five guys are in double figures with two generating 22 and another in the high teens and two more in the mid-teens is something else.
That was Neumann-Goretti in the Saints’ 115-86 win over Bonner-Prendergast on Friday night.
The new No. 1 team in The Inquirer’s Southeastern Pennsylvania boys’ basketball rankings stayed unbeaten in Philadelphia Catholic League play in imposing fashion, with a record-setting performance that showcased the team’s depth of talent.
Senior Cameron Young and junior Hysier Miller each scored 22. Senior Hakim Byrd scored 18. Senior Jordan Hall and junior Blaise Vespe each scored 14.
It added up to the most points the Saints have scored in a game in 21 seasons under coach Carl Arrigale, according to research by tedsilary.com.
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