needed to go on a fourth-quarter run, Tyeshia Carroll took over yesterday in a 65-61 Public League basketball win over visiting rival
The Maroon Wave (2-3) outscored West Philadelphia, 19-10, in the final quarter behind Carroll, who picked that quarter to score 11 of her game-high 25 points.
used 25 points from Brooke Garett in a 47-25 win over visiting
Philadelphia Academy Charter
Alicia Wilson scored 27 points and Damira Holden had six assists as
, 56-36, for its second straight win.
Wilson, who is averaging 22 points through four games, scored 14 of her points in the final quarter as the Bears extended a 41-25 lead.
(N.J.) went on a 14-4 run to open the second half and take control in a 40-35 win over visiting
. The Bulldogs were paced by Veronica Brandon's 14 points.
Keisha Hampton scored 24 points and pulled down 14 rebounds for
Engineering and Science
in a 53-26 win at
Chelsea Rota scored 14 points to lead host
to a 52-36 win over
Council Rock South
. The Redskins' interior front that included two 6-foot players, Jackie Shunkwiler and Kelsey Ryan, controlled the middle and the rebounding for most of the afternoon. Shunkwiler and Ryan each chipped in with seven rebounds. Avery Wunder added 12 points for the Redskins (2-3).
scored 17 of the game's first 22 points and coasted to a 52-36 win at
. The Phoenix placed three players in double figures, led by Kristen Mann's 15 points.
Ishea Jennings scored 23 points as host
Jacque Norman had 20 points and 10 rebounds in
's 44-17 win over visiting
Erin Mann's 12 points, eight rebounds and four assists helped
to a 64-36 win at
Emily Leer's 17 points and 12 rebounds powered
to a 41-27 win over visiting
Suburban One American.
Jenna Peoples scored only one point, but her six blocked shots were huge for host
in a 33-32 win over
. Peoples wasn't the only contributor for the Panthers (2-3) as Shayla Felder scored eight of her 12 points in the third quarter.
Kristine Jackiewicz scored 14 points to lead
to a 50-32 win at
got 17 points from Jenny Knoebel in a 58-30 win over
(Montgomery County). Knoebel scored 15 points in the first half.
Shira Newman scored 14 points and Kristen Fuery added 13 as
remained unbeaten with a 60-33 win over visiting
. The Cardinals (5-0, 3-0) also got 11 points from Rebecca Courter.
Keri Schkoorenko scored a basket and two free throws in the final two minutes as
won, 33-31, at
(N.J.). Sophomore Erica Hankerson scored 14 points to lead the Monarchs (3-3 overall, 1-1 league), who also got 10 points from Tiffany Vidra.