found the range from the perimeter in the third quarter and raced past visiting
, 52-47, in a nonleague basketball game yesterday.
The Falcons got a pair of three-pointers each from Keara McLaughlin, Phoebe Hopkins and Natasha Trice in the third quarter and outscored the Panthers, 22-10, to rally from a 23-18 deficit and take a 40-33 lead.
Trice led Friends Select with 14 points while Natalie Swartley paced Plumstead with 28 points.
In other nonleague games:
Erin Holmes nailed a free throw to provide the decisive point and
Harry S Truman
Holmes scored five points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
Liz Jones accounted for 22 points and sparked
to a 47-40 win over host
Villa Joseph Marie
used a 21-9 push in the third quarter to beat visiting
Sarah Kazarnowski led the Jems with 15 points.
Megan Tuffy dropped in seven points and grabbed six steals to lead
Franklin Towne Charter
Math, Civics & Science
Chelsea Shine scored 18 points and led Conestoga past visiting
Pookie Gallagher dropped in 20 points and sparked
to a 47-42 win over visiting
Lil Carney collected 14 points and lifted
Springfield (Delaware County)
Suburban One Continental.
Jenna Adams contributed 15 points and led
Council Rock South
Central Bucks West
Lizzy Carney notched 13 points and helped
hold off visiting
went from five points down to a five-point lead with less than a minute left in the game and held on to beat host
Rianna Doane scored seven of her 15 points in the final quarter to put the Golden Knights into the lead.
Kristen Blye and Meghan Kerrigan scored 15 points each for
and the Cougars pulled away from host
West Chester East
for a 49-37 victory.
shut out visiting
in the first quarter and beat the Eagles, 47-33.
Katie Bay paced the Whippets with 14 points.
Sharae McCottry scored 12 points and led
to a 39-29 win over host
Erica Hankerson struck for 17 points and boosted
to a 40-29 win over visiting
University City Mixer.
Desiree Lawrence collected 14 points and helped the host Jaguars beat