Christina Foggie made a run at the Boardwalk Classic's all-time girls' basketball scoring mark yesterday at the Wildwoods Convention Center, where the junior guard poured in 36 points to lead Lenape past Williamstown, 66-50, in the consolation of the John Carlson Memorial bracket.
Foggie, who added six rebounds and five steals for the Indians (3-1), stands second on the tournament's single-game scoring charts only to the 48-point effort by Jessica Copskey of Sterling in 2000. Over two games, Foggie made eight three-point baskets and totaled 62 points.
The bracket championship went to Archbishop Ryan (Pa.), which took command in the second half to dispatch Holy Spirit, 68-46.
Jesse Frazier had 12 points and Kristen Polisano scored 10 for the Spartans.
Middle Township extended its season-opening winning streak to five games with a 45-32 triumph over Kennedy-Kenrick (Pa.) in a bracket championship of the Boardwalk Classic. Jessie Mooers had game-highs of 14 points and 11 rebounds and teammate Stephanie Fowler contributed eight points and five steals for the Panthers.
Third-place went to Paul VI, which ran out to a 16-point lead in humbling Highland, 55-44. Holly Schnell had four steals to go with 16 points and Carla Chmielewski scored 15 off the bench for the Eagles, while Radiance Felton topped the Tartans' attack with 18 points and eight boards.
Absegami made 4 of 35 shots from the field and turned the ball over 22 times to allow Red Bank Catholic to dominate the Boardwalk Classic semifinal, 57-17.
Red Bank Catholic (3-0) will face Washington Township (3-0), a 55-40 winner over Sacred Heart, for the title today at 2:15 p.m.
Tournament of Peace.
Tori Malpezzi tossed in 20 points, Lauren Husser added 11 and Sarah Hepler scored 10 as Woodstown parlayed a strong start into a 49-37 victory over Palmyra in the championship game at Pitman. Lakiya Artis (12 points), Javon Pratt (11) and Maurissa Williams (10) fueled the Panthers' offense.
Third place went to host Pitman, which used a 10-1 third-quarter spree to pull away from Overbrook, 48-37.
Clearview Pioneer Tournament.
Haddon Township coach Tommie Mulligan was denied his 300th career victory when the Hawks were tripped up by Triton, 50-48.
The semifinal featured a huge disparity in foul shooting, as Haddon Township shot 3 for 3 while the Mustangs connected on 19 of 28 from the line. Alyce Milakovic scored a game-high 17 for Triton.
Host Clearview clinched the other spot in tomorrow's final, getting 14 points from Noelle Hogan to close out Collingswood, 35-23.
New Egypt Warrior Classic.
Senior power forward Francesca Lee made her presence felt in the lane and on the perimeter, draining a pair of three-point baskets in a 22-point, 14-rebound performance, as Rancocas Valley clobbered Keyport, 55-33, to earn a berth in tomorrow's championship game against New Egypt.
The host Warriors, behind 21 points from Emily Bausher, turned it on in the second half to level Lindenwold, 43-27. Morgan Knigge added 12 points for New Egypt, while Destiny Moore's 11 points paced the Lions.
Sophomore guard Marie Boisvert put on a clinic, totaling 26 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in Cherry Hill East's 52-26 semifinal romp past St. Joseph.
Sophomore guard Megan Fox set a career high with 16 points and Samantha Morris checked in with 16 points, eight rebounds and seven steals to power host Deptford past West Deptford, 57-33.
The final, between Cherry Hill East and Deptford, is scheduled for 8 p.m. on Tuesday.
Blue Devil Classic.
Senior center Kyana McCarthy came through with 10 points, seven blocks, six rebounds and six steals to highlight host Hammonton's 31-17 semifinal win over Haddon Heights.
The Blue Devils will meet Paulsboro in today's championship game, after the Red Raiders rode 15 points by Lavon Childress to a 38-24 conquest of Cherry Hill West.