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Thurs. Pa. girls’ roundup: Downingtown West wins on Kuhlman jumper

Emily Kuhlman's first varsity points were put to good use Thursday.

Emily Kuhlman's first varsity points were put to good use Thursday.

Kuhlman came off the bench and nailed a foul-line jumper with 7 seconds left in overtime to hand Downingtown West a 37-36 win over Hempfield in the Spring-Ford Tournament.

Kuhlman, a sophomore, came into the game when Brittany Sicinski fouled out. Hempfield scored the first four points of overtime, but Caitlin Walsh nailed a three-pointer to close the gap to 36-35, setting up Kuhlman's winning shot.

In other tournament games:

Sarah Payonk accounted for 14 points and sparked Spring-Ford to a 61-16 win over Conestoga.

Tiffany Govan scored nine points for Great Valley, but the Patriots lost to Parkland, 49-33.

Kate McMenamin scored 10 points, but Central Bucks South lost to Daniel Boone, 66-46.

Fort Myers Tournament. Brittany Wood converted seven three-pointers, scored 24 points, and was named the most valuable player of the tournament after Archbishop Ryan beat Santaluces (Fla.), 61-51, to win the Bronze Division title.

Ryan had not won a game before heading south, but won all three games in the tournament to even its record a 3-3. The Ragdolls sprinted to a 35-15 lead in the first half and cruised in the second half.

Megan Wolf added six points, five assists and was named to the all-tournament team.

In the fifth-place game of the Bronze Division, Jackie Thompson struck for 13 points and led St. Basil to a 39-36 win over Teneroc.

Thompson grabbed seven rebounds, handed out three assists and was named to the all-tournament team.

Boardwalk Basketball Classic. Shannon Barlow led a balanced Neshaminy scoring attack with 10 points and the Redskins beat Vineland (N.J.), 43-36, in an Ocean Cup Bracket game at the Wildwoods Convention Center.

In a Classic Showcase game, Lauren Gold dropped in a trio of three-pointers and scored 15 points for Council Rock North in a 58-32 win over Scotch Plains (N.J.).

Prime Time ESCIT Tournament. Brianna Butler and Aleesha Powell each scored 13 points to lift Penn Charter past Steinert (N.J.), 51-15, at Trenton Catholic.

Powell got the Quakers off on the right with a trio of three pointers in the first quarter.

Nonleague. Colleen Walsh scored 16 points and lifted Shipley to a 55-48 win over host Radnor.

Charlotte Beebe picked up 27 points and propelled Penncrest to a 46-33 win over visiting Kennett.

Alison Malatesta contributed 12 points and led William Tennent past visiting Owen J. Roberts, 41-20.