Palisades boys’ basketball took one on Wednesday from playoff-bound Saucon Valley, 49-46, in Colonial League action. The Pirates, playing one of their best overall games of the season, were led in scoring by Terence Noonan with 12 and Bobby McClintock with 10. For Saucon Valley, Josh Snead had 12 and Pat Gilmore netted 10. Mike Kane scored his 1,000th career point for Saucon. Palisades is 9-13 overall and 7-11 in the Colonial.
Salisbury used a decisive second half to beat Palisades boys’ basketball, 54-40, on Thursday in Colonial League play. The Pirates were outscored, 29-14, in the final 16 minutes. Jack Reichenbach, Jaxon Costello and Dylan Belletiere each had 12 points for the Falcons. Austin Krauss led Palisades with 13.
Austin Krauss tallied 19 points and Terence Noonan and Jordan Odle scored 12 and 10, respectively, as Palisades boys’ basketball kept its hopes of advancing to the District 11 tournament alive with a 61-53 victory over Wilson on Tuesday. Wilson’s Jeff Cooper led all scorers with 30. The Pirates dominated in the second half and especially the fourth quarter, winning the latter 23-15. Palisades shot 20 for 24 from the free throw line. The Pirates improved to 6-9 in the Colonial League.
A 12-3 first quarter propelled Palisades boys’ basketball to a 36-31 victory over Pen Argyl on Tuesday night. Terence Noonan and Jordan Odle paced Palisades with 13 and 11 points, respectively. Jake Gillette led Pen Argyl with 12. The Pirates improved to 7-10 overall and 5-8 in the Colonial League.
Bobby McClintock hit a jumper at the buzzer to secure a 45-43 win for Palisades over Northern Lehigh on Wednesday. The Pirates trailed, 37-31, heading into the fourth quarter. Jordan Odle led the Pirates with 11 points, while David Shupp tallied 17 and Evan Meixsell 15 for Northern Lehigh. McClintock finished with nine points. Palisades improved to 6-10 overall and 4-8 in the Colonial League.
Palisades boys’ basketball went to overtime to defeat Northwestern Lehigh, 61-59, on Thursday. Austin Krauss made a lay-up off a pass from Jordan Odle with 14 seconds left in OT to seal the victory. Four Pirates scored in double figures. Krauss led Palisades (5-8 overall, 3-6 Colonial League) with 16 points followed by Terence Noonan with 13, Odle with 12 and Bobby McClintock with 10. Krauss drained three three-pointers.
Terence Noonan pumped in 21 points – and went seven for seven from the line – but Palisades boys’ basketball was unable to sink Bangor, 51-44, on Tuesday. The Pirates led, 15-9, after one quarter. Jordan Odle had 11 points in the setback. Palisades shot 12 for 15 from the charity stripe as a team.
Palisades boys’ basketball erased a 26-16 halftime deficit to beat Wilson, 48-45, on Monday. The Pirates won the third quarter, 17-8. Austin Krauss finished with 15 points, including three three-pointers, for the victors. Jordan Odle had 14 points for the Pirates, who moved to 4-7 on the season.
Palisades boys’ basketball went down in the championship game of the Fleetwood holiday tournament on Wednesday. The Pirates lost to Pequea Valley, 53-33. Pequea Valley used a 13-4 first quarter as a springboard to the title. Pequea Valley was led by tournament MVP Josh Stoltzfus, who tallied 17 points. Chase Orecchio notched nine, all on three-pointers, for Palisades. The Pirates are 3-7 overall.
Palisades boys’ basketball won its opener in the Fleetwood holiday tournament on Tuesday. The Pirates destroyed Brandywine, 64-41. Palisades ran away with the game in the second and third quarters, outscoring its opponent, 36-19. The Pirates were led in scoring by Jordan Odle with 18 and Austin Krauss with 12. Palisades (3-6 overall) plays Pequea Valley in the championship game on Wednesday.