Pa. Girls | Oxford topples Henderson on clutch play by Tait in OT
Oxford's Meghan Tait's three-point play with five seconds left in overtime broke a tie in a 51-48 nonleague basketball win at West Chester Henderson yesterday.
's Meghan Tait's three-point play with five seconds left in overtime broke a tie in a 51-48 nonleague basketball win at
West Chester Henderson
Tait drove the lane, was fouled and made the free throw for her 20th point of the game. The Warriors then inbounded the ball but a steal by the Hornets' Becca Ruggear ended the game.
Henderson's Shante Evans scored 26 points, including the 1,000th of her career, to lead all scorers. Evans, who now has 1,008 career points, scored her 999th and 1,000th career points on a layup with 1 minute, 54 seconds left in regulation.
In other nonleague games:
's Elena DellaDonne scored 33 points and set the Delaware state record for career points in a 51-28 win over visiting
. Ursuline led, 18-8, at the half but the Ragdolls could have been closer.
"Our biggest problem in the first half was that we were something like 2 for 30 from the floor," Ryan head coach John Farrington said. "We were getting good looks, but we weren't putting anything down."
got 16 points and seven rebounds from senior forward Teanna Ziegler in a 61-37 win over visiting rival
. Teammate Brittany Sandone scored 11 points and added seven assists.
Nina Voith's 20 points carried
Germantown Friends School
to a 45-41 win over visiting
Morgan Ricapito scored 23 points as host Upper Perkiomen beat Kutztown, 51-43.
Penn State recruit Renee Womack scored 19 points, 13 of them in the first half, as host
built a huge lead and coasted to a 68-24 win over
of York. The Warriors (5-0) led,
Sarah Kazarnowski's 15 points and Meghan Ledwith's 12 powered host
Villa Joseph Marie
Freshman guard Kimmy Herman knocked down three three-point shots and finished with 13 points to lead
to a 35-20 win at
Sarah Kiely's 21 points and 11 rebounds carried
Council Rock North
to a 76-28 win over visiting
placed three players in double figures in its 54-47 win at
. Kate Knudson led the Vikings with 17 points, while teammates Chantel Mattiola and Courtney Nyce chipped in with 11 and 10, respectively. Morgan Neil led the Red Rovers with 11 points.
Carleigh Brown scored 21 points and added 12 rebounds as host
St. Pius X
got 14 points and five steals from Jenna Bless in a 58-54 win over
(N.J.). Casey Downie added 13 points and 11 rebounds for the Blues.
shot a blistering 18 for 22 from the free-throw line in a 62-53 win over
. The Pioneers got 23 points and 13 rebounds from 6-foot-3 forward Chelsea Shine. The University of Virginia-bound Shine scored 17 of her points in the second half.
Dominique Thompson scored six of her 19 points in the second quarter as
Springfield (Delaware County)
earned a 56-16 win at
. Emily Finnegan added 14 points for the Cougars, who outscored the Tigers, 20-5, in the second quarter to take a 29-5 halftime lead.
University City Mixer.
Satoria Bell scored 22 points as
Billy Lake Tournament.
, the host Irish rolled to a 67-41 win over
behind tournament MVP Katie Kuester, who scored 17 points.
In a consolation game,
took advantage of poor free-throw shooting by
to win, 43-39. The Knights (2-2) saw Lawrenceville miss all 11 of its free throws. Daisy Marrero led the way with 12 points.
In the championship game, host
, 52-45, as both Alex Lennon and Alicia Fairfax each scored 18 points.
Archbishop Carroll Tournament.
The host Patriots beat
(N.J.), 53-43, in the title game as Meg Pearson scored 14 points.