There was no stopping Becca Ruggear in overtime yesterday.
Ruggear scored 8 of her 20 points over a pair of overtime periods and handed Oxford a 43-40 semifinal win over host Hempfield at the Hempfield Tournament.
The Hornets will play West York for the title tonight at 6:30 p.m.
Ruggear struck for three field goals and a pair of free throws in overtime.
Angela Sortino and Megan Demutis each scored 8 points and boosted Kennedy-Kenrick past Highland (N.J.), 43-32, in an Ocean Cup semifinal game at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
Sortino and Demutis combined to shoot 7 for 14 from the floor for the Wolverines, who expanded on a 26-21 lead in the final quarter.
Kennedy-Kenrick will play Middle Township (N.J.) in the championship game today at 3:15 p.m.
In a John Carlson Memorial Bracket semifinal game, Sara Strybuc converted 8 of 15 shots from the floor, scored 21 points and led Archbishop Ryan past Williamstown (N.J.), 45-40.
The Ragdolls roared from behind in the third quarter with a 19-7 scoring effort, taking a 35-26 lead into the final quarter.
Ryan will meet Holy Spirit in the title game tonight at 6:30 p.m.
Eastern States Invitational.
Trish Watson dropped in a pair of three pointers and scored a career-high 16 points to lead Conwell-Egan past Immaculata (N.J.), 66-33, in a semifinal game at Trenton Catholic.
Carmen Tyson-Thomas also had a big game for the Eagles with 17 points.
In the other semifinal game, Penn Charter got a big game from Aleesha Powell and downed host Trenton Catholic, 60-51.
Powell poured in 16 of 19 free throw attempts, scored 29 points including 20 in the second half and threw in five assists. Danielle Sienko used her 2 points to tie the game just before halftime, 26-26, bringing the Quakers all the way back from a 12-point deficit.
Penn Charter will meet Conwell-Egan in a semifinal game tonight at 6:30 p.m.
Sherwood (Md.) Tournament.
Lisa Ridgeway posted a triple-double and lifted Upper Merion past host Sherwood, 54-35, in a semifinal game.
Ridgeway accounted for 15 points, 11 steals and 14 rebounds for the Vikings who also got four threes and 14 points from Cassidy Koenig.
Upper Merion jumped out to a 16-4 lead at the end of the first quarter.
The Vikings will play Reservoir (Md.) in the championship game tonight at 6 p.m.
Virginia Beach Tournament.
After losing its first six games, St. Hubert won its third consecutive contest after beating Kempsville, 48-41, in a semifinal game.
The Bambis used a big fourth quarter to rally from a 30-29 deficit, outscoring Kempsville, 19-11, down the stretch.
Chrissie Gana paced St. Hubert with 14 points. The Bambis will play for the title tonight against First Colonial (Va.) at 7:30 p.m.