In a game between two of the area's marquee girls' basketball teams, Ashley Robinson stole top billing.

The Archbishop Wood forward scored 17 points and added 15 rebounds to lead the host Vikings past Germantown Academy, 56-53, in a nonleague game last night.

Robinson scored eight of her points in the fourth quarter when the Vikings (3-0) rallied from a deficit to pull the game out. Taylor Peltzer added 14 points for the Vikings. Maggie Lucas led the Patriots with 19 points.

In other nonleague games:

Germantown

was on the wrong end of a pair of lopsided scores going into its nonleague game against visiting

Edison

. The Bears finally found out how the other half feels, handing the Owls a 55-37 defeat. Alicia Wilson scored 16 of her game-high 22 points in the first half as the Bears went into intermission with a 27-6 lead. It was the first win for the Bears (1-2) under head coach Joe Fite.

Episcopal Academy

's Brittany Perfetti scored 32 points and made all nine of her free throws in a 46-42 win at

Germantown Friends

. Perfetti now has 1,220 points, the most in school history.

Strawberry Mansion

's Keisha Hampton scored 20 points and pulled down 16 rebounds in a 58-25 win over

Northeast

.

Suburban One American.

Kristen Fuery scored 17 points as

Upper Dublin

won at

Cheltenham

, 42-36.

University City Mixer.

Malika Staples clicked for 12 points to lead

Central

to a 51-45 win over Del-Val League champion

Chester

.

Boys' Basketball

The rims were no one's friend in

Saul

's 24-21 nonleague win at

Franklin Towne Charter

.

"No one [held the ball]," Franklin Towne Charter head coach Josh Rorer said. "No one could make a shot."

Actually, Xavier Williams hit a few for the Razorbacks (3-0), including a three-pointer. He finished with 15 points. Saul's Jamar Smith chipped in with 10 rebounds.

In other nonleague games:

Vaux

held off a late comeback to win at

Mastbaum

, 52-48. Lance Frederick and Devonta Porter each scored 11 points for the Cougars.

Brandon Penn, a 6-foot-7 senior, scored 37 points and added 15 rebounds and nine blocked shots for host

Paul Robeson

in a 96-59 win over

International Christian

.

Bartram

's Novar Gadson finished with 27 points, including eight in overtime, to lead his team to a 70-67 win at

Frankford

.

Archbishop Ryan

outscored host

Holy Ghost Prep

, 37-14, in the second half on the way to a 52-30 win. Anthony Keiter led the Raiders with 12 points.

Suburban One American.

Robert Mansell's 15 points led

Cheltenham

to a 51-49 win at

Upper Dublin

.

Pioneer Athletic Conference.

Host

Owen J. Roberts

missed six straight free throws in the final minute but held on for a 46-45 win over

Upper Perkiomen

. The Wildcats, who were led by Kevin Henry's 13 points, held the Tribe without a shot on their final possession.

Archbishop Carroll Tournament.

The host Patriots reached tomorrow's finals with a 54-51 win over

Malvern Prep

as Lamar Jackson scored 15 points.

In the other game,

Ben Franklin

beat

Overbrook

, 58-44, behind Ron Lee, Richard Freeman and Tajibin McGough, who scored 11 points apiece.

Wrestling

Frankford

's Luis Castillo, Terrell Belcher and James Stackhouse earned consecutive pins to break a tie and beat visiting

Penn Charter

, 44-20, in a nonleague match.

It was the first win for new coach Oscar McCoy, who succeeded Bob Peffle as the Pioneers' head coach.

In another nonleague match, Jake Snider earned a pin at 125 pounds to highlight

Friends' Central

's 63-18 win at

Church Farm

.