Breanna Derstine came away with a championship, an MVP trophy and a 1,000-point commemorative ball all in the same basketball game last night.

In the

Christopher Dock

Tournament championship game, Derstine's 25 points powered the host school past


, 64-36, earning her the MVP trophy.

Derstine's free throw with 16 seconds left in the game was the 1,000th point of her career.

In the consolation game, Jenny Swiski's triple-double (11 points, 12 blocked shots and 10 rebounds) powered

Upper Moreland


Phil-Mont Christian

, 43-20.



Little Flower

made 17 of 22 fourth-quarter free throws to pull out a 61-53 win over

West Catholic

. The Sentinels placed four starters in double figures, led by Melissa Benson's 14 points. Jackie Thomas added 12, Sydney Malloy 11, and Chelsey Kada 10. Danielle Smallwood's 17 points led the Burrs.


Kristi Garraty's 17 points led


to a 51-45 win at

Strath Haven

. The Green Raiders also got 14 points from Kelsey Yori and 13 points from Steph Markunas.

Alvita Clemons scored 20 points to lead

Lower Merion

to a 67-25 win at

Marple Newtown


Chelsea Shine's 18 points, nine rebounds and eight blocked shots led host



Springfield (Delaware County)

, 53-39.


Verena Woloson's 19 points led


to a 48-35 win at




Robbia Hines scored 24 points and added 13 rebounds for host

Penn Wood

in a 66-43 win over



Suburban One American.

Sophomore Monet Constant, a 5-foot-9 guard, scored a career-high 19 points to lead


to a 75-42 win at

Springfield (Montgomery County)

. Constant added seven rebounds and five steals.


Veronica Brandon hit five three-pointers and finished with 17 points as host


held off

Plumstead Christian

, 45-37. The Bulldogs led, 17-4, at the end of the first quarter.


Alex Lennon scored 20 points and pulled down 16 rebounds for Shipley in a 49-46 win at

Penn Charter


The Quakers had no answers for Lennon, a 6-foot-2 junior forward whose play helped the Gators stay in front for the final few minutes.

Outside shooting by guards Alicia Fairfax (13 points) and Alex Davis (12) helped open things up on the inside for Lennon.