Kaycee Schaefer scored six of Central Bucks South's 10 points in overtime in a 49-44 nonleague basketball win over visiting Abington yesterday.

Schaefer scored only three points going into overtime, but was able to get to the line in overtime. Teammate Calla Miller led the Titans (3-4) with 11 points.

The Titans hit 13 of 14 free throws in the second half to force the overtime.

Inter-Ac.

Aleesha Powell, a sophomore guard, scored 17 points and added seven assists and six rebounds for host Penn Charter in a 49-30 win at Springside.

Central.

Radnor outscored host Conestoga by 10 in the fourth quarter to break open a close game and win, 49-31. The Red Raiders were led by Kelyn Freedman's 18 points.

Suburban One National.

Quakertown forward Lauren Starzecky had 12 points and 10 rebounds in a 44-40 win at Pennridge.

Suburban One American.

Cheltenham opened with a 36-12 lead and coasted to an 83-31 win at Springfield (Montgomery County). Shayla Felder scored 20 points to lead the Panthers (5-1).

Ches-Mont.

Downingtown West placed three players in double figures, led by Katie Bay's 13 points, in a 62-22 win at West Chester East. Amanda Donia and Liz Coyne each added 12 points for the Whippets (6-1). Donia added 14 rebounds.

Becca Ruggear scored 16 points to lead Oxford to a 36-34 overtime win at Unionville, whose Tiera Steckel hit a three-pointer late in regulation to send the game into OT.

Nonleague.

Bashira Anderson scored 18 points to lead host Abington Friends past Barrack Hebrew, 45-21.

Host William Tennent led by 36-4 at halftime and beat Northeast, 56-19. Only two players scored for the Vikings and one of them was Janaiah Elum, who knocked down three three-pointers and finished with 17 points. Teammate Ashley Harkins had the other two. Megan Zimmerman scored 15 points to lead the Panthers.

Christopher Dock Tournament.

Tannia Nieto scored 10 points and was named MVP as the host Pioneers won the tournament with a 46-27 win over Upper Moreland. Joining Nieto on the all-tourney team were teammates Jenessa Derstine and Kaitlin Seelig.