Senior forward Tara Booker set a single-game school record with six three-point baskets and finished with a game-high 27 points, and Sara Mostafa added 19 points as host
, 60-32, last night in Cape-Atlantic League girls' basketball.
Booker eclipsed the Braves' previous mark of five treys set in 2003 by Basimah Thompson and Kara Ayers.
Christine Wooding (18 points) supplied the bulk of the Mustangs' scoring.
In other Cape-Atlantic League action:
Shannon Lane picked up half of her 12 points in the first eight minutes, setting the tone for
, which doubled up host
, 48-24. Kelly Brady had a game-high 13 points for the Red Raiders.
Kierra Walker's 26-point performance went to waste in
's 45-35 loss to visiting
. The Crusaders were led by Sally O'Donnell's 19 points.
Briyona Canty and Lakeisha Sutton scored 17 points apiece and Marika Sprow tossed in 15 for
, which used a 27-16 fourth-quarter blitz to put away host
, 70-52. Jasmine Rich led the Chimeras with 15 points.
Vanessa Hejnas led all scorers with 17 points and Casey Burk chipped in 11 points to help
withstand a late charge and hold off host
, 50-45. Colleen Gannon (16 points) and Christine Gannon (12) paced the Pirates.
Jillian Asay had 15 points and Katie Carty netted 14 to power
to a 46-27 romp at
Laura Sweeney's 23 points led the way as
cruised, 73-37, at
. Tiffany Turner added 16 points and Tara Mangold and Monica Roeder added 13 apiece for the Chiefs, who built a 42-20 lead by halftime.
received 12 points from Gina Turdo and 11 from Shawna Wert in rolling to a 49-29 win at
Cherry Hill East
Alyce Milakovic (20 points) and Jenna Kosofsky (19) combined to carry
to a 51-36 triumph at
Cherry Hill West
Sophomore Chelsea Grover blocked 11 shots and Christen Stroehlein scored 14 points to highlight
's 46-33 victory over visiting
Latifah McNeal grabbed 17 rebounds and made a pair of treys in scoring 15 points, keying host
's 51-35 conquest of
. Shakiyrah Bishop added 15 points and Loretta Kelly contributed nine points and three steals for the Warriors. Che'Na Thompson's 11 points topped the Rams' scoring.
Shamira Rothmiller's game-high 18 points allowed
to hold off host
, 43-42. Shaniece Banks totaled 15 points and 16 rebounds and Shalisa Hill added 13 points and 13 rebounds for the Red Devils.
needed a 20-point performance by Mary Beato to edge host
Latonya Oliver picked up eight of her 14 points in the opening period, putting host
on track for a 38-20 romp past
Gloucester County Tech
Beth Humenik's double-double, including 10 points and 11 rebounds, was more than enough for
to capture a 39-25 win at
Jack Mayer Memorial.
In the championship game played at Camden County Tech, tournament most valuable player Latese Hickson scored six of her 18 points in a 21-11 game-opening run and
went on to defeat
Penn Tech received double-figure scoring from Felicia Belindez (13 points), Ashlee Benson (12) and Jen White (10).
In the consolation game, Alexis Peterson's 13 points paced
Camden County Tech