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.

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