S. Jersey Girls | Wilson triumphs on late foul shots
Ayshia Williams scored her only points of the game by draining a pair of free throws with 4 seconds remaining in regulation, making Woodrow Wilson a 37-35 winner at Paul VI yesterday in Olympic Conference girls' basketball.
Ayshia Williams scored her only points of the game by draining a pair of free throws with 4 seconds remaining in regulation, making
a 37-35 winner at
yesterday in Olympic Conference girls' basketball.
Ebony Sellers (13 points) and Ossierra Monroe (11) paced the scoring for Wilson, while Christine Reilly poured in 20 points and Becky Sparks pulled down 10 offensive rebounds for the Eagles.
Kathleen Cox scored 14 to pace a balanced attack, as
overcame a slow start to pound host
, 50-33. April Bellamy had a game-high 21 points for City.
Dawn Curry had a game-high 19 points but host
managed little else on offense in suffering a 45-31 loss to
. The Pioneers were led by Allison Toczylowski's 13 points.
Ashley Giedemann scored all but two of her 16 points in the second half for
, which turned up its attack down the stretch to put away host
, 55-40. Rachel Armor and Dana Wert added 11 points each for the Minutemaids. Melanie Griffin's 13 points paced Willingboro.
Lauren Gregg poured in 25 points and combined with Aja Crites (12 points) and Danielle Trucksess (10) to fuel a 25-7 second-quarter spree that allowed host
, 58-27. Gregg and Trucksess also contributed 10 rebounds apiece, while Erin Sweeney's 11 points topped the Flashes' scoring.
looked sharp in the early going of its season opener, but the Quakers faltered badly over the final three quarters in dropping a 45-24 decision at
. Kendra Johnson (15 points) and Christina Foggie (14) each connected on a pair of three-pointers for the 4-0 Indians.
Denay Morrison dropped in 20 points to power
to a 61-45 victory at
Chelsea Grover totaled 12 points, seven rebounds and four steals and Kelli Kowalewski scored 10 for
, which capitalized on a fast start to maul host
, 52-17. Tomisha Smith accounted for the bulk of the Thundebolts' scoring with 12 points.