Megan Pauley's career-high 38 points powered
into the championship game of the Bishop McDevitt Tournament, helping the Owls beat
The Owls will face
, a 54-18 winner over host
in the other semifinal.
Cypress Creek Shootout.
At Cypress Creek (Fla.) High,
topped the host school, 41-38, as Beth Ellis scored 15 points.
At Germantown Academy,
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
past Penn Charter, 68-28, and into today's 2:30 p.m. championship.
The opponent will be
a 59-52 winner over the host Kangaroos.
Mia Waring took over the game when she needed to for
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
as the Bears rolled past visiting
, 67-51, for a third win in seven days. Once again, senior forward Alicia Wilson was the catalyst, scoring a career-high 38 points.
, 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
Quianna Bailey hit both of her three-pointers in the final quarter to keep host
ahead in a 47-44 win over
Ciera Woodrich had 14 points for
in a 58-21 win at
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
Volleyball teammates Helen Levins (19 points) and Kate Steiker-Ginzberg (10) helped
Suburban One American.
Fullcourt pressure in the fourth quarter resulted in a 20-2
run in a 55-38 win over visiting
. The host Panthers (3-4) got 13 points from Jenna Peoples.
Renee Womack became
's all-time leading scorer in a 53-29 win at
. Her 13 points gave her 1,316 points.
Verena Woloson scored 21 points and Breanna Whiteside added 16 for host
in its 46-35 win over
placed four starters in double figures, led by Emily Ellisen's 14 points, in a 64-48 win at
Brianna Winston, a 5-11 senior, scored 18 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as host
Lindsay Alexander scored 15 points, pulled down 11 rebounds, and added five assists and four steals to lead
to a 45-24 win over
Madelyn Romig's triple-double (14 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals) was instrumental in host
's 48-44 win over
. Emily Steiger led the Falcons with 15 points, while the Cougars' Bethany Johnson scored 17 points.
Kacie Hershey scored 19 points for
in its 47-34 win at
got off to a 15-2 start in a 37-12 win over visiting
. Kellie Ann Edelblut led the Cougars with eight points and five steals.
, 38-35, behind Alyssa Isler's 14 points.
Renee Deas scored 15 points for host
in a 39-31 win over
Olivia Gillison established a school record in the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 56.86 seconds to lead