Randolph played their best game of the season so far against conference team, Abington. Randolph’s active zone defense was able to cause turnovers and limit Abington’s scorers from inside, forcing them to take outside shots. Randolph trailed by just two at half-time, led by junior captain Johnae Jambu’s 12 points. With four minutes to go in the third quarter, the game was tied up at 27 a piece. Two of Randolph’s starters were in foul trouble which hurt them in the fourth, allowing Abington to score 20 to their 9. Randolph will face off against Hull next.
- 36 Randolph High School
- 55 Abington High School
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