S. Jersey Girls | Foggie scores 33, but Lenape falls to Ryan, 52-51
Lenape's Christina Foggie sank 6 of 8 shots from beyond the arc in scoring a game-high 33 points, including a trey that pulled the Indians within a point with 20 seconds to go in regulation, but Archbishop Ryan (Pa.) held on to win the Mayor's Cup championship, 52-51, yesterday in the Boardwalk Basketball Classic at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
's Christina Foggie sank 6 of 8 shots from beyond the arc in scoring a game-high 33 points, including a trey that pulled the Indians within a point with 20 seconds to go in regulation, but
(Pa.) held on to win the Mayor's Cup championship, 52-51, yesterday in the Boardwalk Basketball Classic at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
Danielle Foreman drained four three-pointers in scoring 14 and Laura Grow dished out seven assists for Ryan, which dealt Lenape (5-1) its first loss of the season.
The Mayor's Cup consolation game turned out to be just as thrilling, with
(Md.), 44-43, on a pair of late free throws by Ebony Sellers. The Tigers (4-2), who trailed by six with less than two minutes to go, were led by Ossierra Monroe's 19 points and 14 rebounds.
Jersey Shore Memorial.
Ashley Giedemann led the attack with 19 points and
(5-0) converted 22 of 27 free throws to upend
, 52-42, in the title game in Wildwood.
Big Al Memorial.
Alicia Cox hit the game-winning basket to cap her 22-point, seven-steal performance, and Charity Harris tossed in 19 points as
(1-3) picked up its first victory of the season by edging
, 45-44, in a semifinal in Wildwood. Sally O'Donnell's 21 points paced the Crusaders.
Kara Hinkelmon of
, who was named the tournament's most outstanding performer, scored eight of her 12 points in a 16-7 first-quarter run that started the Lancers on their way to a 47-22 rout of
in the final. Michelle Lubrano, another all-tourney selection, added 10 points for Holy Cross (5-1).
was outscored 15-6 down the stretch in dropping the consolation game, 46-32, to
West Windsor-Plainsboro South
Tournament of Peace.
Ashley Certo poured in 17 points from long distance for
(5-2), which closed with an 18-6 spree to defeat host
, 39-31, for the championship.
Lakiya Artis sank four treys in scoring 25 and Javon Pratt netted 18 as
coasted in the consolation, 64-41, over
. Laron Childress led the Red Raiders with 18 points.
Salem County Tournament.
Shayla Llanos rained in five three-point baskets in scoring 24, and host
(4-1) used a 19-9 third-quarter blitz to pull away from
, 63-46, in the championship game. Shaniece Banks countered with 23 points for the Red Devils.
In the third-place game, senior Dawn Curry scored 12 to eclipse the 1,000-point mark and helped
Erin McAdams (14 points) hit a three-pointer with 20 seconds left in overtime to seal
's 56-47 win over
in the championship game. Cori Conner and Kaylee Conner combined to score 21 for the Lions (4-0), who trailed by nine at halftime. Brooke Szymanski led all scorers with 15 points for the Green Wave.
Erin Fitzpatrick scored a game-high 21 points and
went on a 24-3 third-quarter spree, sending the Pirates to a 69-24 consolation win over
Monica Burch (20 points) hit a running one-hander to pull
even with one second left in regulation, but Sarah Gardenhire tallied six of her 18 in overtime to give
(5-1) a 53-51 victory and the championship.
Lauren Creel's perimeter shooting produced 16 points, and
parlayed a 20-4 start into a 60-39 triumph over
in the third-place game.
Gloucester Catholic Tournament.
Tourney MVP Genevieve Okoro and teammate Marissa DiMarco scored 15 points each to spark
(5-1) over host
, 47-35, in the title game. Meghan Shawnessey had 15 points for the Rams.
Katy Bender scored her lone points of the game on a jumper with :34 remaining in overtime, making
Cherry Hill West
a 38-37 winner over
in the third-place game.
Tourney MVP Lindsay Steele (20 points) and Tasia Farmer (12) had 10 points each in a 20-9 first-quarter spurt, and
(4-1) needed every bit of the cushion to hold off
, 53-52, in the championship game at Gloucester County College. Ashlee Willis had 20 points to lead a comeback by the Bulldogs.
Samantha Morris (17 points) teamed with Brittany Neal (12) to lead
, which opened the consolation game with a 12-2 run and went on to down
Union Hill Tournament.
Francesca Lee garnered most valuable player honors along with 17 points, 10 rebounds and five steals in leading
to a 44-41 come-from-behind win over
in the title game. Lauren Gaskill, another all-tourney selection, added 13 points for the Red Devils (4-2).
Kate Simmons scored 11 points, Casey Burk contributed 10 points, six steals and four assists and Vanessa Hejnas grabbed 11 rebounds as
, 62-27, in the round-robin finale.
Lady Viking Tournament.
Monique Garcia led all scorers with 18 points, and Tiana Cannon and Joanna Persiano scored 15 apiece, carrying host
(5-1) to the crown with a 64-42 victory over
. All-tournament pick Kierra Walker scored 16 for the Greyhounds.
Angela Anderson Classic.
Freshman Meghan Nowak was named the tourney MVP with two-game totals of 38 points and 28 rebounds - including a 19-point, 14-rebound performance as
(4-2) captured the title for the second consecutive year, 43-38, over
Sharele Anderson of
tossed in 26 points to outduel
Cape May Tech
's Briana Sweet (24) and lead the host Clippers to a 47-41 consolation game victory.