Megan Pauley's career-high 38 points powered

Agnes Irwin

into the championship game of the Bishop McDevitt Tournament, helping the Owls beat

Hallahan

, 64-40.

The Owls will face

Sacred Heart

, a 54-18 winner over host

Bishop McDevitt

in the other semifinal.

Cypress Creek Shootout.

At Cypress Creek (Fla.) High,

Radnor

topped the host school, 41-38, as Beth Ellis scored 15 points.

Make-A-Wish Tournament.

At Germantown Academy,

Cardinal O'Hara

shot 27 for 39 from the free-throw line to knock off the host Patriots, 69-57. Stephanie Holzer scored 18 points to lead the Lions (2-0).

Abington Friends Charity Touranment.

Carmen Tyson-Thomas scored 11 points to propel

Conwell-Egan

past Penn Charter, 68-28, and into today's 2:30 p.m. championship.

The opponent will be

Freire Charter,

a 59-52 winner over the host Kangaroos.

Public.

Mia Waring took over the game when she needed to for

Swenson

and, as a result, the Lions registered their first win of the season. Waring scored 14 points to lead in a 34-31 victory over

Philadelphia Academy Charter

and her most important four points came in the game's final 1 minute, 30 seconds.

Swenson (1-5 overall, 1-1 league) called a time-out with the Chargers up, 31-30, and Waring scored off an inbounds play and later on a jumper to put the game away.

It's been a good week for

Germantown

as the Bears rolled past visiting

Dobbins

, 67-51, for a third win in seven days. Once again, senior forward Alicia Wilson was the catalyst, scoring a career-high 38 points.

Northeast

won at

Bartram

, 45-42. The host Maroon Wave (3-4) had an open look for a three-pointer that could have tied the game with two seconds left but it clanged off the front of the rim.

Kris Butler's 21 points helped

Parkway

beat visiting

Bok

, 50-48.

Quianna Bailey hit both of her three-pointers in the final quarter to keep host

Ben Franklin

ahead in a 47-44 win over

Roxborough

.

Ciera Woodrich had 14 points for

Freire Charter

in a 58-21 win at

Del-Val Charter

.

Paul Robeson

got 14 points apiece from Shawna Crawford and Tyzie Daniels in a 52-36 win over host

Math, Civics and Science

.

Danielle Morris and Faith Stucke each had 10 rebounds for host

Franklin Towne Charter

in a 33-19 win over

Nueva Esperanza

.

Volleyball teammates Helen Levins (19 points) and Kate Steiker-Ginzberg (10) helped

Masterman

spike visiting

Mastery Charter

, 44-28.

Suburban One American.

Fullcourt pressure in the fourth quarter resulted in a 20-2

Cheltenham

run in a 55-38 win over visiting

Quakertown

. The host Panthers (3-4) got 13 points from Jenna Peoples.

Renee Womack became

Methacton

's all-time leading scorer in a 53-29 win at

Upper Merion

. Her 13 points gave her 1,316 points.

Ches-Mont.

Verena Woloson scored 21 points and Breanna Whiteside added 16 for host

Kennett

in its 46-35 win over

Avon Grove

.

Great Valley

placed four starters in double figures, led by Emily Ellisen's 14 points, in a 64-48 win at

Unionville

.

Del-Val.

Brianna Winston, a 5-11 senior, scored 18 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as host

Harriton

held off

Sun Valley

, 38-35.

Bicentennial.

Lindsay Alexander scored 15 points, pulled down 11 rebounds, and added five assists and four steals to lead

Lower Moreland

to a 45-24 win over

Christopher Dock

.

Madelyn Romig's triple-double (14 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals) was instrumental in host

Phil-Mont Christian

's 48-44 win over

Calvary Christian

. Emily Steiger led the Falcons with 15 points, while the Cougars' Bethany Johnson scored 17 points.

Nonleague.

Kacie Hershey scored 19 points for

Octorara

in its 47-34 win at

Girard College

.

George School

got off to a 15-2 start in a 37-12 win over visiting

Solebury School

. Kellie Ann Edelblut led the Cougars with eight points and five steals.

New Hope-Solebury

nipped visiting

Faith Christian

, 38-35, behind Alyssa Isler's 14 points.

Renee Deas scored 15 points for host

Central

in a 39-31 win over

St. Hubert

.

Swimming

Olivia Gillison established a school record in the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 56.86 seconds to lead

Friends' Central

past visiting

Hill School

, 105-65.

Gillison's time topped the previous mark of 57.47 established by Diane Chen in 2003.