Shayla Llanos surpassed the 1,000-point plateau on a long-range jumper in the second quarter, and the senior guard went on to score 26 to help host
, 57-31, yesterday in Tri-County Conference girls' basketball.
Llanos boosted her career total to 1,013 points. Mary Beato topped Pitman's scoring with 15 points.
In other Tri-County action:
took a leg up in the Diamond Division race, using balanced scoring to hand host
its first loss, 58-43. Natiara Willis tossed in 16 points, Kendra Garrison netted 14, and Stephanie Gardner and Ashlee Willis added 12 points apiece for the Bulldogs.
Shakiyrah Bishop knocked down five three-point shots in scoring 26, and
used a 16-5 spree to close out its 44-34 win at
. Lindsay Minch made four treys in scoring 16 for the Eagles.
Shaniece Banks poured in 21 points and Shalisa Hill scored 11 of her 13 in a 36-13 first-half blitz, sending
to a 59-27 romp at
. Latonya Oliver's 17 points paced the Rams.
Monica Roeder and Laura Sweeney each had 16 points to carry
to a 55-44 victory at
. Tasia Farmer made four treys in scoring 19 for the Chargers.
received double-figure scoring from Kendra Johnson (16 points), Taylor Dunek (14), Christina Foggie (13), and Jamie Dunek (11) in cruising to a 74-36 victory at
. The Mustangs were led by Jenna Kosofsky's 13 points.
Christine Reilly pumped in 25 points to spark host
to its first win of the season, 56-44, over
Teresa Corchado came through with 14 points and 11 rebounds, and host
converted 16 of 20 from the foul line to turn back
Kate Simmons burned the
defense for 23 points and Jess McHugh scored 16, as
continued its strong start to the season with a 73-41 road win.
Michelle Lubrano had eight steals to go with her game-high 18 points, and host
used a 44-18 spree over the second and third quarters to pull away from
for a 62-28 win.
Allicia Pickett scored 10 points and accounted for four of
's 18 steals as the Scotties doubled up host
Tara Booker and Sara Mostafa combined for 38 points, and Dana Keister grabbed 13 rebounds as host
took over sole possession of the American Conference Division I by routing
Egg Harbor Township
Joanna Persiano (14 points) and Tiana Cannon (12) paced
, which jumped on top early and held on to nip host
Kelly Brady produced 11 points, 9 rebounds, 6 steals and 4 assists to highlight host
's 54-41 triumph over
Lower Cape May
Molly Spadaro made all eight of her free throws in scoring 16 points, and
turned up its attack in the second half to pull away to a 42-31 victory at
. Sally O'Donnell scored 19 for the Crusaders.
Emily Grabiak posted 20 points, seven assists and five steals, Annie Maloney made three treys in scoring 16, and Fran Niccoletti grabbed a dozen rebounds to power
to a 43-32 win at
Lauren Gregg's 24-point performance keyed
's 44-35 triumph at
got off to a fast start and, behind 16 points from Jenna Lindsay, was able to dispatch visiting
, 45-29, behind 18 points from Steph Gies.
Jack Mayer Memorial.
Laquoia Parks led all scorers with 14 points, including 10 in a game-opening 13-2 run, and
went on to defeat
, 47-31, in a semifinal at Camden County Tech.
Pennsauken Tech advances to tomorrow's championship game against
- a 59-17 winner over host
Camden County Tech
. Amber Spady (15 points), Latese Hickson (12), and Brittany McLeod (11) keyed the Panthers' attack.