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Pa. Girls: Goodman, Bodine top Communications Tech

Chikilara Goodman was better than good for Bodine yesterday in the Public League Class AA basketball quarterfinal with visiting Communications Tech.

Chikilara Goodman was better than good for Bodine yesterday in the Public League Class AA basketball quarterfinal with visiting Communications Tech.

Goodman had a triple-double - 37 points, 20 rebounds and 12 assists - in a 56-47 win.

Freire Charter used 19 points and 12 rebounds from 6-foot-2 junior forward Yasmeen Thompson to beat visiting Parkway, 82-42.

With the win, the Dragons (20-3) eclipsed the school's mark for victories established by last year's team.

Helen Levins, a 5-10 senior, scored 14 points and added 13 rebounds for host Masterman in a 36-21 win over Math, Civics and Sciences.

Imhotep earned its spot with a 55-38 win over Paul Roberson as Alleshia Hall scored 20 points and hit all three of her three-point shots in the third quarter during a 15-10 stretch.

Class AAA.

Host Prep Charter got 16 points and eight steals from senior point guard Raven Jones to beat Bok, 69-29.

Roxborough earned its spot in the next round with a 65-39 win over visiting West Philadelphia as Sara Nathaniel scored 21 points.

Class AAAA.

University City got 25 points and 12 rebounds from Quinnie Washington in a 63-49 quarterfinal win over visiting Dobbins.

Lincoln topped visiting Overbrook, 51-36, behind Shante Howard's 16 points, as well as 14 from Sabrina Boulware.

Host Central got 12 points and 10 rebounds from Janaa Pickard in a 65-23 win over Mastbaum. Pickard, a 6-1 senior forward, went over 1,000 points for her career.

Bartram got 21 points from Desiree Palmer and held on for a 50-47 win at Northeast. The Vikings' Janaiah Elum scored 25 points.


Eireann Anastasi, a freshman guard, scored 13 points as host St. Hubert held off Lansdale Catholic, 38-30, in a first-round playoff game.

Ashley White became Neumann-Goretti's all-time assist leader in a 70-57 playoff win at Cardinal Dougherty. White came into the game with 342 career assists, tied with Jasmine Daniels (2007). She now has 347. She also led the Saints with 31 points.


Notre Dame went on a 15-2 run in the second quarter, aided by Devon Kane's eight points, in a 58-28 win over visiting Episcopal Academy. Kane finished with 21 points and seven rebounds.

Germantown Academy clinched at least a tie for the title with a 66-33 win at Springside behind Maggie Lucas, who scored 27 points.


Nicole Davis scored 17 points as West-Mont Christian cruised to a 44-20 win at Del-Val Friends.

Barrack Hebrew got 12 points from Davida Vogel in a 39-20 win over visiting Woodlynde.


Mercy Vocational won at Pine Forge, 39-27. Linette Young led the Monarchs with 11 points.

Atlantic Coast Christian.

Host Calvary Baptist ran its league record to 10-0 with a 53-40 win over rival Upper Bucks Christian.


Emily Homan had 16 points, 16 rebounds and 10 blocked shots for host Delco Christian in a 43-24 win over Phil-Mont Christian.

Calvary Christian's Maddy Hoffman scored 18 points in a 32-25 win over visiting Plumstead Christian.


Laura Park scored a career-high 21 points to lead host New Hope-Solebury past Moravian Academy, 53-48.