There is no time like yesterday for High School of the Future's basketball team.
That's when the Firebirds got 26 points from Shiquita Williams in a 41-39 Public League overtime win at Philadelphia Academy Charter, the first league win in the short history of the school (1-4).
In other league games:
Nicole Boyd scored 19 points to lead host West Philadelphia to a 40-31 win over Del-Val Charter.
Sherita Frasier scored 10 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as host William Penn beat Rhodes, 49-19.
Central got a triple-double from Janaa Pickard in a 71-36 win at Bartram. Pickard had 12 points, 15 rebounds and 10 blocked shots.
Onairys Medina scored 10 points and added 13 rebounds for Edison in a 45-20 win at Germantown. Teisha Cruz led the Owls with 19 points, including three three-pointers in the fourth quarter during a 16-4 run to close out the game.
Paige Dolan's 12 points and 11 rebounds powered host Franklin Towne Charter past Mastery Charter, 34-24.
Despite shooting just 1 for 11 from the line, Overbrook rolled to a 47-27 win at Girls High. Dianna Murrhead led the Panthers with 19 points.
Jatoya Harris scored 16 of her 25 points in the first half for host Olney in a 40-13 win over Kensington.
Freire Charter got 14 points and eight assists from Shakirah Russell-Britton in a 64-17 win at Ben Franklin.
Bodine turned back visiting Masterman, 45-32, behind Chikilra Goodman's 29 points and 12 rebounds.
Tanisha Chambers had 13 points for Parkway in a 29-21 win at Palumbo.
Imhotep Charter held Mia Waring, who averages 30 points per game, to just nine points in a 73-17 win over visiting Swenson.
Amanda LaPorte's 24 points powered Philadelphia Electrical to a 52-21 win at Mariana Bracetti.
Brittany Hyrnko scored 21 of her 31 points in the first half as Engineering and Science rolled at Paul Robeson, 67-34.
Point guard India Cross had 18 points, four assists and three steals for New Media Charter in a 52-11 win over visiting Randolph.
Brooke Garrett, a 6-foot junior center, contributed 22 points and 19 rebounds for host Communications Tech in a 42-19 win over Strawberry Mansion.
Junior Quinnie Washington's 31 points and 19 rebounds highlighted University City's 74-48 win over visiting Martin Luther King.
Tyniqua Henderson had 28 points in Dobbins' 71-59 win over visiting Frankford.
Paige Medlar, a 6-foot junior center, had 16 points for host Lincoln in its 56-31 win over rival Washington.
Jaslyn Johnson's 14 points helped host Math, Civics and Science schooled Elverson, 45-22.
Sarah Strybuc's 17 points helped host Archbishop Ryan beat West Catholic, 53-39, to remain unbeaten (6-0 overall, 4-0 league).
Erin McBride came off the bench to score three of the four overtime points in Archbishop Prendergast's 39-35 win over visiting Neumann-Goretti.
Whitney McCloud scored 12 points to lead Delco Christian to a 36-31 win at Jenkintown.
Prep Charter got 12 points from Lashay Banks in a 48-31 win at Harborfields (N.Y.) in Orlando, Fla.
AFS Charity Weekend.
At Abington Friends, the host school survived, 51-48, against Germantown Friends on the opening night of the two-day tournament, as Angie Adams hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to force the first overtime and Kelsey Clark's three forced a second overtime.
Rock Holiday Classic.
The weather wasn't the only thing hot in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
The unbeaten Lower Merion girls' basketball team made 75 percent of their shots from the field in the first quarter during a 20-5 run and rolled to a 57-16 win over host Douglas (Fla.). The game was played in the early afternoon on a 79-degree day.