Pa. Girls | Womack shines as Methacton tops U. Dublin
Methacton's Renee Womack provided Penn State basketball fans another preview of her next four years by leading the Warriors past visiting Upper Dublin, 49-39, in a Suburban One American Conference battle of the unbeatens last night.
s Renee Womack provided Penn State basketball fans another preview of her next four years by leading the Warriors past visiting
, 49-39, in a Suburban One American Conference battle of the unbeatens last night.
The Warriors (6-0 overall, 4-0 league) got 21 points and 13 rebounds from Womack, a 5-foot-10 senior guard who chose Penn State over Notre Dame and Marquette.
Womack scored seven of her points in the fourth quarter when the Warriors took control of the game with a 15-8 run. The Cardinals (5-1, 3-1) were led by Shira Newman's 13 points.
Suburban One Continental.
Alissa O'Donnell scored 19 points and added 12 rebounds to lift host
Suburban One National.
Kelsey Ryan scored 16 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as host
cruised to a 52-28 win over
Sophomore center Keli Anderson scored 20 points as host
Aleya Miller scored 16 points for
in its 66-21 win at
Franklin Learning Center
Chrissy Rogers pulled down 14 rebounds and blocked three shots as
earned a 41-34 win at
, giving head coach Mike Gibson his first win at Hallahan. Rogers' teammate, Shannon Mack, led all scorers with 17 points.
Alex Chambers scored 11 and Brittany Perfetti added 10 more as host
, 46-34. The Churchmen needed a 20-11 run in the fourth quarter to break open a close game.
Maggie Lucas scored 21 points to lead
to a 67-22 win at
Krissy Dahl's 20 points and 14 rebounds powered
to a 41-21 win at
Zena Tracey knocked down a pair of clutch fourth-quarter three-point shots to help host
, 36-31. The win kept MaST, led by Keisha Thomas' 17 points, unbeaten (5-0 overall, 1-0 league).
Veronica Brandon hit a 15-foot jumper with one second left to give host
a 27-25 win over
. Jody Pour, who led the Bulldogs with 16 points, tied the game with a three-pointer in the final minute of play.
Maddy Hoffman had nine points and six rebounds for host
in a 35-30 win over
Mary Ellen McCollum's 14 points led
to a 61-37 win at
Shannon MacCabe knocked down three three-pointers and finished with 20 points to lead
to a 41-26 win at
provided some demonstrative proof that basketball is indeed a team game. The Railsplitters beat visiting
, 49-28, in a nonleague game despite not being able to stop Mia Waring, who scored all 28 of the Lions' points.
The Railsplitters were led by Nefertitti Huckaby's 12 points. She was one of six Lincoln players who scored.
In other nonleague games:
Michelle Patkin scored 20 points in
's 61-27 win at
needed a 15-10 fourth-quarter run to earn a 36-30 win at
. The Tigers were led by Courtney Pressey's 18 points.
Melissa Benson's 12 points helped
, 41-35. It was the first win of the season for the Sentinels (1-2), who shot 11 for 17 at the free-throw line.
scored 12 of the game's first 14 points in a 38-28 win at
. Kim Hollawell scored 13 points to lead the Ragdolls. Alex Davis scored 14 points to lead the Gators.