Pa. Girls: Swenson's Waring goes on hot streak, nets 36 points
The effects of the cold temperatures apparently lingered for Swenson's basketball team yesterday. Just off the bus, the Lions took a full half to warm up inside Strawberry Mansion's gym, but once Mia Waring got hot, she stayed that way in a 51-47 nonleague road win.
The effects of the cold temperatures apparently lingered for Swenson's basketball team yesterday.
Just off the bus, the Lions took a full half to warm up inside Strawberry Mansion's gym, but once Mia Waring got hot, she stayed that way in a 51-47 nonleague road win.
Waring scored all 36 of her points in the second half to almost single-handedly account for the victory.
Waring scored 21 points in the fourth quarter for the Lions (1-0).
In other games:
Janaa Pickard had 21 points, 10 rebounds, 8 assists, 5 blocks and 3 steals for host Central in a 69-35 win over Northeast.
Bartram had to go on a 19-9 run in the fourth quarter to win at rival West Philadelphia, 38-36. Desiree Palmer's two late free throws iced the game for the Maroon Wave.
Quinnie Washington did not let her height keep her from being the leading rebounder for host University City in a 55-46 win over Dobbins. Washington, a 5-foot-4 guard, pulled down 12 rebounds to go along with her 17 points.
Justine Davis scored 13 points as Engineering and Science opened its season with a 36-28 win over Imhotep Charter.
Edison scored all 11 first-quarter points in a 46-9 win over visiting Kensington. Teisha Cruz led the Owls with 13 points.
Chikilra Goodman's 30 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals powered Bodine to a 52-20 win at Communications Tech. The 5-foot-10 junior was only one of two double-digit scorers in the game.
Sophomore guard Traneya White scored 12 points to lead Girls High to a 48-28 win at Mastbaum.
Stephanie Kates scored 12 points to lead host Philadelphia Academy Charter to a 41-18 win over Elverson.
Junior Jessica Hambright, a 6-foot center, pulled down 15 rebounds to help Math, Civics and Science control the boards in a 39-27 win over visiting High School of the Future. Teammate Jaslyn Johnson led all scorers with 24 points.
Junior center Paige Medlar contributed 16 points to lead Lincoln to a 41-36 win at Germantown.
Katie Rutan scored all but five of her 20 points on three-pointers to lift Springside to a 50-34 win at Sacred Heart. Rutan scored eight points in the first quarter when the Lions went on a 10-2 run.
Teammate Amanda Walker had four three-pointers and finished with 12 points.
Brandy Reid's 10 points and 10 rebounds provided the blueprint for Mastery Charter's 45-27 win over visiting Architecture and Design.
Host Martin Luther King got 17 points from Latrace Johnson in a 46-39 win over Olney.
Diana Murrhead scored 18 points and teammate Jasmine King added nine steals as Overbrook topped visiting Fels, 53-26.
Host Freire Charter got 13 points from Blair Canady in a 75-18 win over Palumbo.
Tanae Nickerson scored 13 points for host Paul Robeson in a 62-13 win over Randolph.
Sara Segal's 12 points powered Masterman to a 47-21 win at Philadelphia Electrical.
Conwell-Egan got 24 points from Carmen Tyson-Thomas in a 49-42 win at Villa Joseph Marie.
Rebecca Welcher scored half of her 16 points in the third quarter as host Kennett ran past Garnet Valley, 64-43.
Twin sisters Kate Walsh and Liz Walsh went up against each other in a 34-10 win for visiting Woodlynde over Del-Val Friends. Kate Walsh and her teammates had the better of play as she chipped in with eight points and teammate Sarah Engman led all scorers with 15 points. Liz Walsh finished with two points for Del-Val Friends. Elizabeth Moran led Del-Val Friends with six points.