got a solid defensive effort when it was needed most in a nonleague basketball game yesterday.
The Crusaders shut out host
(N.J.) in the final quarter and earned a 38-26 victory.
Christian Academy trailed King's going into the final quarter, 26-23, but used a 15-0 scoring surge down the stretch to grab the win.
Lauren Atkins paced the Crusaders with 14 points.
In other nonleague games:
St. Pius X
pulled away from host
in the final quarter and earned a 65-60 victory.
The Winged Lions outscored the Lions down the stretch, 21-15, and got 15 points from Melissa Mansur.
Britt Franchetti dropped in 18 points and lifted
Cecily Scavicchio picked up 18 of her game-high 27 points in the second half and boosted
to a 51-38 win over visiting
Megan DiAntonio added 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Jaguars.
in the third quarter, 18-5, and got past the Hatters, 53-31.
Megan Bedard led the way for the Rams with 18 points.
Lauren Fretz was one of nine
players to score, and the Lions beat visiting
Fretz scored 17 points and was joined by Kristin Kennedy, Chelsea Romig and Kayla Young with 10 points each.
Pookie Gallagher and Kelly Kiefer each scored nine points to lead
Kacie O'Neill collected 15 points to lead
The Vanguards outscored the Clippers in the second quarter, 19-8.
Alyssa Brown sank both ends of a one-and-one with 1.5 seconds remaining and gave
a 44-43 win over visiting
Brown finished the game with 19 points.
got 20 points from Meghan Tait and downed visiting
Shante Evans scored 25 points and sparked
West Chester Henderson
West Chester East
Lauren Ricapito dropped in 21 points and sparked
to a 45-41 win over visiting
Owen J. Roberts
The Indians outshot the Wildcats at the free-throw line, 16-3.
Taylor Cullen and Rakita Thomas each struck for nine points and boosted
The Warriors held the Bulldogs to a single point in the second quarter.
Sarah McGorry collected nine of her 20 points in the third quarter and led
Mount St. Joseph
to a 52-32 win over host
McGorry also came through with 10 rebounds, six steals and four assists. The Magic put the game away in the third quarter with a 20-6 scoring run.
In another league game, Sarah Kazarnowski picked up 15 of her 21 points in the second quarter and led
Villa Joseph Marie
The Jems raced to a commanding lead in the first quarter, 19-5, and built a 39-16 lead by halftime.
Rebecca Yasner led a balanced
scoring attack with 12 points, and the Cougars handled visiting
Barrack held the Titans to single digits in every quarter.
Beach Ball Classic.
In Myrtle Beach, S.C.,
got seven points each from Jillian Barrett, Renee Deas and RaeShelle Drayton, but lost to
(N.C.), 61-26, in a second-round game.
Christopher Dock Tournament.
Ashley Rosario scored four of her 23 points in overtime and boosted
Harry S Truman
, 47-43, in a semifinal game.
In the other semifinal, the host Pioneers shut out Upper Moreland in the second quarter and dropped the Golden Bears, 53-20.
Breanna Derstine led Dock with 12 points.