After two thrilling wins in the first two rounds of the Bullis Holiday Basketball Classic this weekend, Archbishop Spalding found Westtown (PA) too much to handle in Sunday’s championship game and the Cavaliers dropped a 55-38 decision.

Wilson led nearly the entire way and frustrated Spalding with a tremendous defensive effort.  Most of Spalding’s offense came from beyond the three point arc with Greg Brown, Eric Fisher and Ryan Flynn combining for eight threes.

Brown paced the Cavaliers with 11 points, while Fisher scored 10 and Flynn added nine.

In the fifth-place consolation, St. Mary’s knocked off Wilson High School, 65-57.

The Saints roared out to a 9-0 lead, but eventually fell behind in the first quarter and trailed most of the way.  The Saints stayed within range, however, behind the hot shooting of Mike Wilde, who scored a game-high 27 points.

St. Mary’s outscored Wilson 19-12 in the third quarter to pull within two, at 46-44, and the Saints dominated the final period.  In addition to his scoring, Wilde added four rebounds, four assists and three steals.  Point guard Tevin Johnson scored 10 points while registering eight assists, five rebounds and three steals, and Taylor Hurst scored 15 points.