Julya Loder took things into her own hands and pulled Germantown Friends to a 36-30 win over visiting Bishop McDevitt in a nonleague basketball game Thursday.

Loder, who dropped in a game-high 21 points, scored eight points in the fourth quarter when the Tigers broke a 23-23 tie.

Jackie Bealer scored six of her 14 points in the first quarter and sparked Pottsgrove to a 32-22 win over host Exeter.

Gabby Gibson came through with 10 points as Friends Select handled visiting Plumstead Christian, 28-17.

Tiffany Govan scored six of her 10 points in the first quarter and helped Great Valley beat host West Chester East, 36-20.

Interboro raced to a 16-4 lead in the first quarter and dropped visiting New Beginnings, 56-30.

Central. Jaclyn Gantz scored nine of her 23 points in the final quarter and allowed Haverford High to hold off visiting Harriton, 63-54.

Coley Ricci drained four three-pointers to account for her 12 points as she led Garnet Valley past visiting Marple Newtown, 59-36.

Bicentennial. Dahlia Moncrieffe scored just two points, but one of them gave Girard College a 35-34 win over visiting Morrisville.

Moncrieffe drained the winning free throw in the final minute. Getting the Cavaliers to that point was Joyce Randolph, who scored 20 points.

Madison Kimball picked up nine points and helped Jenkintown beat visiting Calvary Christian, 31-16.

Catholic Academies. Danielle Gaspari scored 11 of her 13 points in the third quarter and helped Nazareth Academy beat visiting Merion Mercy, 62-40.

Tri-County. Mercy Vocational jumped out to a 15-3 lead in the opening quarter and cruised past visiting Collegium Charter, 36-23.

Teharah Worrell led Mercy with 11 points.

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