A week ago, Friends' Central beat Springside at the buzzer for the title of the Hill School basketball tournament.
Springside gets a chance at revenge tonight (5:30 p.m.) against the host school in the final of the Friends' Central Tournament.
The Lions (5-1) got 11 rebounds from 5-foot-4 junior forward Courtney Caputo in a 57-25 win over Franklin Learning Center.
Friends' Central took care of its half of the bracket by beating Academy Park, 57-31, as Crystal Ross scored 14 points.
Stephanie Holzer scored half of Cardinal O'Hara's 16 first-quarter points in a 62-24 win over visiting Conwell-Egan.
With six seconds left in overtime, Towanda Sutton hit a layup, was fouled, and made the free throw to give host Cardinal Dougherty a 65-62 win over Neumann-Goretti. Sutton, a 5-foot-10 forward bound for Rhode Island, finished with 21 points. Teammate Brenna Coll, a sophomore, led all scorers with 28 points.
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Cheltenham got 15 rebounds from Jenna Peoples in a 59-27 win at Upper Moreland.
Norristown's Mercedes Harris scored 11 points in a 49-35 win at Upper Merion.
Alyssa Isler scored 22 points and added six assists to lead host New Hope-Solebury to a 53-33 win over Phil-Mont Christian.
Linette Young and Erica Hankerson each scored 12 points to lead Mercy Vocational to a 38-25 win at Del-Val Friends.
Amber Allen scored half of her game-high 12 points in the third quarter as Martin Luther King took control in a 36-30 win at Edison.
Mia Waring, a 5-10 senior forward, scored 30 points and pulled down 17 rebounds to lead host Swenson past Randolph, 47-17.
Jaslyn Johnson scored 22 points to lead Math, Civics and Science past host Ben Franklin, 34-27.
Jasmine Elum hit a pair of three-pointers to key a 22-13 third-quarter run for Northeast in a 40-35 win at Frankford.
Khalisha Royal scored 12 points for host Imhotep Charter in a 51-10 win over New Media Charter.
Janaa Pickard's 15 points highlighted Central's 73-32 win over Girls High.
Jatoya Harris scored 21 points for host Olney in a 41-40 win over Mastbaum.
Sophomore point guard Gianna George scored 15 points for Masterman in a 44-29 win at Parkway.