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Tues. Pa. girls’ basketball roundup

Chikilra Goodman put up some impressive numbers for Bodine in a 64-38 nonleague basketball win over visiting Communications Tech Tuesday.

Chikilra Goodman put up some impressive numbers for Bodine in a 64-38 nonleague basketball win over visiting Communications Tech Tuesday.

Goodman finished with 35 points, 24 rebounds, seven assists, and six steals.

The returning All-Public League senior first-teamer is uncommitted as to where she might be playing college basketball, but plenty suitors should come calling soon for the 5-foot-10 senior who averaged 24 points and 11 rebounds last season.

The Ambassadors are off to a 3-1 start this season.

In other nonleague games:

Stacey Auckland made three of her four overtime free throws for Upper Perkiomen in a 39-37 win over visiting Kutztown.

Teammate Deanna Mayza scored 15 points, including two field goals in overtime.

Kahleah Copper, a 6-3 sophomore center, scored 14 points and pulled down 17 rebounds for Girard College in a 50-31 win at Penn Wood.

Central's Najah Jacobs scored 14 points in a 53-40 win at Germantown Friends.

The Tigers had only four players make a mark in the scorebook, led by Shelby Tucker's 14 points.

Jah'mirra Chambers scored 18 points to pace host Morrisville in a 63-31 win over Faith Christian.

Chelsea Burroughs scored 14 points and Nicole Piluso added 13 as Bishop McDevitt cruised to a 53-29 win at Abington Friends.

Burroughs, a guard, added seven steals, four assists and six rebounds.

Piluso, a senior, added three steals and six rebounds.

Tanisha Chambers scored 18 points to power Parkway past host Germantown, 48-30.

Public. New Media Charter got off to a 16-2 start in a 51-26 win at Mariana Bracetti. Indya Lucas scored 22 points to lead the Jaguars.

Catholic. Jess Rotella scored 15 points and added 12 rebounds for host Archbishop Prendergast in a 46-36 win over St. Hubert.

Archbishop Carroll outlasted visiting rival Cardinal O'Hara, 42-35, as Erin Shields scored 18 points.

Central. MyNeshia McKenzie scored 17 points to lead Springfield (Delaware County) to a 46-25 win at Penncrest.

Kelsi Chazin added 10 points for the Cougars, who led, 19-9, at halftime. Taylor Copus scored 11 points to lead the Lions.

Radnor scored 12 of the game's final 14 points to earn a 35-34 win at Strath Haven.

Joune Reed's free throw was the only point of overtime, giving Upper Darby a 41-40 win at Conestoga.

Kelyn Freedman led the Red Raiders with 15 points.

Kiki Worku scored 15 points and added 10 rebounds for Lower Merion in a 41-28 win over visiting Ridley.

Suburban One National. Abington's Emily Leer scored 21 points, including the 999th and 1,000th of her career on one layup, to help her team past visiting William Tennent, 49-38. Leer's 1,000th point, on a second-quarter post move, was her sixth of the game. She also added 18 rebounds.

Five starters scored in double figures, led by Alex Wheatley's 17 points, for host Council Rock South in a 70-48 win over Neshaminy.

Sarah Kiely scored 18 points and added six rebounds for Council Rock North in a 52-20 win over visiting Truman.

Suburban One American. Taylor Bryant scored 11 points, and Simira Strand added 10 as Upper Dublin earned a 47-38 win at Springfield (Montgomery County).

The Cardinals shot 13 for 24 at the free-throw line. Elise DiFilippo's 15 points led the Spartans.

Suburban One Continental. North Penn held host Hatboro-Horsham to just two points over the middle two quarters in a 42-20 win.

The Maiders were led by Dara Nelson, who scored 14 points.

Courtney McManus scored 19 points for host Central Bucks East in a 76-51 win over Quakertown.

Seven other players scored for North Penn.

Only four players scored for the Hatters. The Maidens opened the second half with a 9-0 run to put the game away.

Bicentennial. Emily Steiger scored 12 of her 16 points in the final quarter to rally Phil-Mont Christian to a 42-39 win at MaST Charter.

Steiger had the hot hand during the middle of a 19-9 run in the final quarter.

Maria Farrell led the Panthers with 18 points.

It was the first loss of the season for MaST Charter.

The Falcons won despite getting blanked, 5-0, in the second quarter.

Ches-Mont. Oxford got 12 points from Erica Marvel in a 38-16 win over visiting Kennett.

Junior point guard Jenna Crowley scored 16 points to lead Sun Valley to a 51-33 win at Octorara.

Jessica Renaud's 17 points helped Downingtown West hold off visiting Bishop Shanahan, 40-36.

Avon Grove opened the second half with a 12-0 run as it buried host West Chester East, 59-33, behind Jasmine Jones, who scored 17 points.

Downingtown East had five players in double figures, led by Ro Gentry's 14 points, in a 72-46 win over visiting Coatesville.

Catholic Academies. Ellen Cannon supplied most of the firepower, scoring 13 points, for Villa Maria in a 49-35 win at Nazareth Academy.

The Hurricanes also got 11 points apiece from Brianna Forde and Kellie O'Rourke. Maggie Borski scored 15 points to lead the Pandas.

Twelve players scored for St. Basil in its 68-43 win over visiting Merion Mercy. Jacqui Thompson led the way with 13 points, and Erin Fenningham added 12.

Steph Smith's 16 points and 10 rebounds powered Mount St. Joseph to a 40-31 win at Villa Joseph Marie.

The Magic needed a 21-11 fourth-quarter run to win it. Meghan Ledwith scored 12 points for the Jems.