Lauren Ruhl's layup and two free throws in the final 20 seconds enabled host Methacton to beat Upper Dublin, 42-40, in the championship game of the Methacton Tip-Off Tournament yesterday.
Ruhl finished with 15 points to lead the Warriors (2-0), and that earned her a spot on the all-tournament team.
Megan Gallagher won the MVP mostly for her defense, leading St. Basil to a 42-38 win over host Abington for the title. After Emily Leer scored 17 points for the Ghosts in the first three quarters, Gallagher limited Leer to two fourth-quarter points.
MVP's Kievanna Lacey's jumper with 5.1 seconds left gave Morrisville a 43-41 win over host Bristol in the championship game.
Maggie Lucas scored 33 points to carry Germantown Academy to an 87-61 win over the host Clippers in the title game. Tory Thierolf added 20 points for the Patriots, who scored most of their points as a result of a devastating fastbreak.
Shante Evans scored 19 points as West Chester Henderson topped host Ridley, 45-42, in the title game.
Central Dauphin Tournament.
Sarah Kiely scored 21 points and pulled down a school-record 24 rebounds as Council Rock North topped State College, 56-49, in a third-place game.
Friends Select Tournament.
Natasha Trice scored 12 points and was named tournament MVP as host Friends Select survived a strong challenge from MaST Charter, 35-29, in the title game. Gabrielle Gibson, a freshman, hit a big three-pointer to put the Falcons (2-0) up for good in the fourth quarter. Gibson finished with 13 points.
At Hatboro-Horsham, Nazareth Academy took the title with a 56-25 win over the host Hatters behind three players in double figures. Jessica Sylvester led the Pandas with 11 points and Maggie Borsky and Nicole Perry each added 10. A player who didn't reach double figures, Carleigh Brown, a 6-foot-1 senior, was named MVP.
Hill School Tournament.
Crystal Ross, a sophomore forward, scored 25 points and was named MVP as Friends' Central nipped host Hill School, 56-54, for the title. Teammate Monaye Merritt, another sophomore, added 14 points.
Delco Christian Tournament.
MVP Emily Homan scored 14 points to lead host Delco Christian past Atlantic Christian, 31-22, in the title game.
Springfield (Delco) Tournament.