Victoria Czarnik's 15 points were the difference for

Girls High

in a 40-25 Public League basketball game at



In other league games:

Courtney Edmonds scored 13 points and handed out nine assists to lead Prep Charter to a 70-35 win at Bartram.

Eleven players scored for host

Martin Luther King

in a 61-33 win over



Suburban One American.

Lindsay Allebach scored 12 points to lead host




, 49-38.


Caprice Golden scored 16 points and added nine blocked shots to lead

West-Mont Christian

to a 47-7 win at

Mercy Vocational

. The Monarchs scored all seven of their points in the second quarter. Megan Heffelfinger added 10 points for West-Mont Christian.


Shanah Miller scored 14 points and Victoria Blaylock added 11 as host



Philadelphia Electrical

, 51-40.

Kareema Connell, one of five guards in the starting lineup for


, led the way with 19 points in a 75-42 win over visiting


. The Trojans also got 16 points from Jatyoya Harris and 12 from Shakira Russell.

Friends' Central

needed 18 points from Erica Bash to win, 45-41, at

Little Flower

. Kristin Mann added 11 points for the Phoenix. The teams were tied at 37-37 going into the fourth quarter. Jackie Thomas led the Sentinels with 11 points.

Laura Johnson and Sarah McGorry each scored 16 points as host

Mount St. Joseph



, 69-35.

Verena Woloson scored 18 points for


in its 40-34 win at

Merion Mercy

. The Demons (1-2) made 14 of their 17 free-throw attempts.

Sophomore Alyssa Isler scored 20 points as

New Hope-Solebury

beat host

Moravian Academy

, 43-23.

Abington Friends

made all five of its free throws in a 39-35 win over visiting

Bishop McDevitt

, which missed five free throws (6 for 11). Cara Liuzzi led the Kangaroos with 13 points.

Carleigh Brown, a 6-foot-1 junior, scored 29 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead host

Nazareth Academy



, 59-49.

Megan Zimmerman's 13 points helped host

William Tennent

to a 46-36 win over

Lansdale Catholic

. Sarah Godfrey added 10 points.

Megan Pauley's 14 points led

Agnes Irwin

to a 50-43 win over visiting

Hill School



handed host

Lower Moreland

a 68-49 loss, as Carmen Tyson-Thomas scored 25 points.