There were two champions for the price of one admission yesterday in the Philadelphia School District Tournament at

Northeast

High.

The host Vikings took the championship of Bracket A, beating

Frankford

, 55-44, while

Dobbins

coasted to a 62-34 win over

Franklin Learning Center

in Bracket B.

Northeast was led by Janaia Elum's 18 points and Satoria Bell's 14. The Vikings pulled away with a 21-10 run in the second quarter, when Bell scored eight of her points.

Dobbins got 16 points from Marceeta Holmes, all but one coming on three-point shots. Teammate Tyniqua Henderson added 15 points.

Blue Star Elite Tournament.

At Springside,

Prep Charter

earned its way into today's fifth-place game with a 52-32 win over

Bowie (Md.)

, thanks in part to 14 points from Raven Jones.

Boardwalk Classic.

At Wildwoods Convention Center,

Archbishop Ryan

handed

Lenape

(N.J.) its first loss of the season, 52-51, in the Mayor's Cup championship game as Danielle Foreman and Kim Hollawell shared the scoring load with 14 points apiece. For the Indians, Christina Foggie was the scoring load with 33 points.

In a Big Al Memorial semifinal,

Neshaminy

handed

Friends' Central

its second loss of the season, 54-39, as Avery Wunder scored 20 points in a game played before 1,184 fans.

Springfield Tournament.

At

Springfield (Montgomery County)

, visiting

Sacred Heart

captured the title with a 41-24 win over the host school, as Alysa Mayo scored 14 points.

Catholic War Veterans.

At Kennedy-Kenrick,

Mount St. Joseph

cruised to the title game with a 72-21 romp over the host school as Laura Johnson scored 17 points and reached the 1,000-point career milestone. She scored 13 of those points in the first quarter as the Magic (8-1) raced to a 27-3 lead.

The win set up a good matchup for the title tonight (8 p.m.) against

Engineering and Science

, a 60-26 winner over Plymouth Whitemarsh.

Daniel Boone Tournament.

Aiesha Harper scored 20 points and was named MVP as

Pottstown

topped the host school, 58-55, for the title.

Unionville Tournament.

In the championship game, host

Unionville

used 19 points from Keli Anderson to beat

Delco Christian

, 53-45. Teammate Alyssa Brown was named tournament MVP.

Bayard Rustin Tournament.

Sami Borcky scored only nine points but was named MVP as

Sun Valley

beat

Phoenixville

, 52-30, in the title game.

Future Stars.

At West Chester University,

Upper Dublin

earned a spot in the fifth-place game by beating

Cardinal Dougherty

, 62-38. The key quarter for the Cardinals was the third, when they went on a 17-7 run. Kristen Fury scored eight of her 14 points in that quarter.

Conestoga

advanced in the consolation bracket with a 43-32 win over

Central

as Chelsea Shine scored 24 points.

Delaware Valley Tournament.

Sarah Thorn scored 20 points and was named MVP as

Pennsbury

defeated host

Delaware Valley

, 62-39, in the title game.

Hanover Tournament.

Jordan Pasik scored 10 points and pulled down eight rebounds as

St. Pius X

cruised to a 56-27 win over host

Hanover

in a consolation game.

New Media Charter Tournament.

At the Mount Airy Church of God, MVP Yasmineah Williams scored 20 points for the second straight day, leading

Martin Luther King

to a 56-11 win over host

New Media Charter

in the title game.

Oxford Tournament.

Lindsey Lyons scored 16 points and pulled down nine rebounds as

Pennridge

earned a 48-41 win over

Avon Grove

in the consolation game.

Boyertown Bear Tournament.

In the championship game,

Great Valley

needed overtime to hand host

Boyertown

a 42-41 loss. Andrea Pride scored nine points and was named tournament MVP.

Robert Hopf Tournament.

At Jenkintown, Marisol McKee's 24 points helped

Germantown Friends

overwhelm

Jenkintown

, 64-27, in a first-round game.

Sherwood (Md.) Tournament.

Megan Shivick's 13 points and 12 rebounds powered

Upper Merion

to a 40-36 win over host

Sherwood

in the consolation game.

Nonleague.

A pair of freshmen helped

Lansdale Catholic

earn its first win of the season beating visiting

Upper Moreland

, 57-27. Shea Wassel scored 16 points, while Amanda Curry added 13.