Lindsay Corcoran's three-pointer at the end of regulation sent the game into overtime and
capitalized with a 52-50 Athletic Association of Catholic Academies basketball win at
Corcoran was one of three Hurricane players to reach double figures, scoring 12 points. Erin Mann scored 14 to lead the Hurricanes, with Ellen Cannon adding 13. The Hurricanes made 20 of 23 free throws.
In other league games:
Carleigh Brown, a 6-foot-1 junior, scored 13 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead host
Carolyne Heston scored 11 points for
Villa Joseph Marie
in its 57-40 win at
Katie Kirk's 16 points led host
to a 61-47 win over visiting
Stephanie Holzer scored 18 points and Alysha Womack added 14 for
in its 67-32 win over visiting
Ashley Robinson's 21 points powered
to a 65-41 win at
Aleesha Powell scored 14 points to lead
past visiting Agnes Irwin, 50-37. The Owls' Megan Pauley led all scorers with 18.
Katie Kuester scored 16 points to lead host
MyNeshia McKenzie's 13 points led host
Springfield (Delaware County)
used 20 points from Chelsea Shine in a 44-35 win at
went on an 18-11 run in the final quarter to earn a 51-50 win at
Suburban One National.
Kate Clarkson scored 16 points for host
in its 43-37 win over
Calla Miller scored 10 points and Tori Reynolds added nine as
Central Bucks South
Suburban One Continental.
Sarah Godfrey scored 13 points as
remained unbeaten with a 59-48 win at
Central Bucks West
Alicia Fairfax scored 11 of her 18 points in the first quarter, helping
get off to a good start in a 51-22 win at
Erica Bash scored 17 points and Talia East added 10 as
rolled to a 43-34 win over visiting
In other nonleague games:
Shani Weiss hit a jumper early in the overtime to give host
the lead for good in a 38-36 win over
Barrack Hebrew was led by Rebecca Yasner's 11 points. Stern was led by Michelle Patkin, who scored 14 points.
Brittany Perfetti led a group of three players in double figures as host
rolled to a 57-27 win over
. Perfetti scored 15 points, while Allie Clark added 11 and Alex Chambers 10. Clark scored all 11 of her points in the second quarter as Episcopal went on a 15-8 run.
Bianca Arnett scored 16 points and dished off 10 assists to lead
to a 59-34 win over visiting
. Danielle Smallwood added 10 points for the Burrs (4-2).
Jasmine West had 12 rebounds and three blocked shots for host
in its 55-25 win over
(Del.). Teammate Nina Voith led all scorers with 18 points. Voith was one of three Tigers in double figures, joined by Marisol McKee's 16 points and Shelby Tucker's 13.
held off visiting