It took only the third game into her junior year for New Hope-Solebury's Alyssa Isler to reach the 1,000-point plateau in girls' basketball.
The Lions (2-1) needed all 24 of Isler's points to beat visiting Delco Christian, 45-42, in their Bicentennial League opener.
Isler stands at 1,009 for her career and counting.
Isler made 11 of her 13 free-throw attempts.
In another league game, Erin Holmes had 16 rebounds for MaST Charter in a 35-30 win at Calvary Christian. Holmes scored eight points to lead the Panthers.
Pioneer Athletic. Methacton used an effective inside-outside game to remain unbeaten. The Warriors (3-0 overall, 1-0 league) got 17 points from 5-foot-4 guard Lauren Ruhl and 12 more from 5-8 forward Khailia Speller in a 48-33 win over visiting Spring-Ford.
Suburban One American. Monet Constant's 24 points led host Cheltenham past rival Upper Dublin, 64-42. Constant got plenty of support from teammates Shayla Felder (14 points) and Tiffany Johnson (10). Sydni Epps, a 5-10 freshman substitute forward off the bench, scored four points and pulled down eight rebounds.
Wissahickon got 11 points from Colleen Hinde to win at Springfield (Montco), 42-35.
Suburban One Continental. A strong first half lifted host Souderton to a 51-24 win over Hatboro-Horsham. The Indians, who were led by Monica Schmidt's 12 points, led, 14-4, at the end of the first quarter and by 32-6 at the half.
Jamie Donovan scored 12 of her 14 points in the first half to lead host Central Bucks East past visiting North Penn, 54-43.
Jordan Dominic's 18 points led Pennridge past Central Bucks West, 49-30.
Suburban One National. Emily Leer had 12 points and eight rebounds to lead Abington to a 49-25 win over visiting Neshaminy. The Ghosts (2-1, 1-0) also got a strong game on the inside from Aijannah Peal, who posted 10 points and 12 rebounds. The Redskins were led by Kelsey Ryan's 12 points.
Tri-County. Sisters Anna and Diotima Janisch did their part to help Kimberton Waldorf win a game at Barrack Hebrew.
They combined for 21 points to lead the Cougars (4-1) to a 33-24 win.
Anna, a freshman, led the way with 11 points while Diotima, a junior, added 10 points.
The big quarter for the Cougars was the second when they outscored Barrack Hebrew, 10-0.
Sivan Ben-Maimon led Barrack Hebrew with eight points, while Jackie Khutorsky and Jenna Glassman added six apiece.
Catholic. Fourteen players scored for Archbishop Carroll in an 80-36 win at Hallahan. The Patriots were led by Hollie Mershon's 11 points. It's been a tough two opening games for Hallahan, having to face two of the top three teams in the league. On Saturday, Archbishop Wood beat Hallahan, 81-29.
The consensus preseason favorite, Cardinal O'Hara, rolled to a 63-38 win at West Catholic, scoring 26 of the game's first 31 points. Stephanie Holzer scored 19 points to lead the Lions, who also got 10 points from Alysha Womack. The Burrs were paced by Maya Nelson's 14 rebounds and Joanna Riddick's 15 points.
Carmen Tyson-Thomas scored 21 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead host Conwell-Egan past Lansdale Catholic, 52-40.
Kathryne Kirk made both ends of a one-and-one with 20 seconds left to lift host Archbishop Prendergast to a 37-33 win over Cardinal Dougherty. Kirk finished with 18 points.
Ashley White's 23 points powered host Neumann-Goretti past Kennedy-Kenrick, 70-47, helping coach Chip Reitano set the all-time girls' school mark for coaching wins (110).
Inter-Ac. Maggie Lucas scored 22 points as Germantown Academy got off to a torrid start in a 79-21 win over visiting Agnes Irwin. The Patriots (3-0 overall, 1-0 league) strung together identical 23-4 quarters before halftime to take a 46-8 lead. Tory Thierolf added 12 points, nine rebounds and seven assists for Germantown Academy.
Central. Kristen Quinn helped Springfield (Delaware County) with 17 points in a 57-18 thumping of visiting Harriton. MyNeshia McKenzie and Sam Tulskie added eight points apiece for the Cougars.
Molly Hanlon and Amy Woods each scored 15 points as host Lower Merion survived a scare from Upper Darby to pull out a 40-38 win.
Katie Dunn's 13 points helped Conestoga finish off host Haverford High, 52-38. Regan Shine added 10 points for the Pioneers, who have lost only to Mount St. Joseph.
Ridley hit two three-pointers to open up the second half, keying an 11-2 run that put away a 28-19 win at Garnet Valley. The Green Raiders were led by Kelsey Yori's nine points, while Carly Hazinsky chipped in with eight. Garnet Valley's Amanda Guy led all scorers with 11 points.
Ches-Mont. Dana Walsh scored 22 points to lead Great Valley to a 64-52 win at West Chester East. Walsh was one of three Patriots to reach double figures as Tiffany Goven added 14 points and Sara Beirnes.
Ashley Montecchio scored 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lift host Sun Valley past Avon Grove, 50-30.
Katie Armstrong made seven of her eight fourth-quarter free throws to help West Chester Henderson to a 46-32 win at Oxford. Armstrong finished with 15 points to lead the Warriors.
Catholic Academies. Sophomore Jessica Sylvester nailed six three-point shots and finished with 28 points to lead host Nazareth Academy past Merion Mercy, 47-37. Sylvester scored 18 of her points by the half, including nine in each quarter. She hit half of her three-point shots in the second quarter when the Pandas went on a 12-6 run. The Golden Bears were led by Emily Corzel and Brigid Klarich.
Devin Shea, a 6-foot-2 center, had her way with a smaller Sacred Heart lineup in leading visiting St. Basil to a 56-44 win. Shea had 14 points and the tallest defender the Lions could put on her was 5-8. Carolyn Edwards added 10 points for the Panthers, who were coming off a win over host Abington in the Galloping Ghost Invitational over the weekend. Erin Rush (14) and Hannah Rush (10) kept Sacred Heart in the game.
Nonleague. Chikilra Goodman's 29 points and 13 rebounds powered Bodine to a 58-38 win at Penn Wood. Melanie Ortiz chipped in with 10 points for the Ambassadors (3-1). Alisha Roberts led the Patriots with 18 points.
Academy of the New Church put a pair of players in double figures, led by Ty Williams' 15 points, in a 47-39 win at Baldwin. Milana Gilbert added 13 points for the Lions. An aggressive defense by ANC forced Baldwin to miss their first four shots from the floor and the Lions led, 11-7, at the quarter and, 24-19, at the half. Sloan Warren, a sophomore, led Baldwin with 16 points and 11 rebounds.
Devon Kane scored 18 points to lead Notre Dame to a 48-33 win at Gwynedd-Mercy. Fiona Flanagan added 10 points for the Irish. Kane finished just two assists short of a triple-double for the Irish, adding 10 rebounds and eight assists to her total.
Brianna Butler scored 15 points and added six assists as host Penn Charter topped Abington Friends, 65-38. Diana Thomas-Palmer added 14 points and nine rebounds for the Quakers, who also got 10 points, four steals and three blocked shots from Aleesha Powell. Abington Friends was paced by Kelsey Clark's 15 points, all on three-point shots.
Christina Blye scored 13 points and Kahlea Copper added 10 points as Girard College rolled past visiting Faith Christian, 53-29. The Lions were led by Chelsea Romig's 10 points.
Despite 29 points from Capri Bronaugh-Lacrocca, George School fell to visiting Princeton Day School (N.J.), 47-38. The Tigers got 17 points from Janie Smukler and 14 points from Tiffany Robinson.
Ticora Adams scored 21 points and Emily Steiger chipped in with 18 more to lead host Phil-Mont Christian to a comfortable 64-37 win over Friends Select. Steiger and Adams were two of the three players to reachi double figures for the Falcons (1-2). Montana Mitchell added 12 points. Gabrielle Gibson led Friends Select with 10 points and teammate Keara McLaughlin added nine.