Kendall Gladden helped visiting Parkway West storm back to top Randolph, 36-30, in overtime as both squads opened up their Public League girls' basketball schedules Monday afternoon.
The junior forward scored a game-high 25 points and all but two points came after halftime. Gladden took over in overtime, dropping in six of her team's nine points to secure the win. She finished with 10 rebounds.
At the half, Randolph led by 11 points before Gladden triggered the comeback.
Also in the Public League, freshman forward Joy Morrow made a quick impact in her first varsity game as she led Science Leadership over visiting Strawberry Mansion, 56-38.
The forward grabbed 20 rebounds and scored a team-high 22 points to help the Rockets ease to the victory.
Sophomore guard Khadijah Gardner poured in 23 points and 14 rebounds as host Communications Tech rolled over New Media Charter, 60-19.
Charnice Carney scored 10 points in the final quarter to help Washington hold off visiting Kensington, 39-33.
Nyesha Pearson grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds to lead Frankford over visiting Edison, 41-13. The senior forward hit for 10 points.
Tiera McFadden's 12 points helped High School Future pull off a home win over Philadelphia Academy Charter, 33-25.
Junior guard Erica Moody hit two three-pointers and Simon Gratz downed visiting Mariana Bracetti, 44-40. Ten of Moody's game-high 23 points came in the third quarter.
A.J. Timbers and Ciera Nimmons each grabbed seven rebounds to help Prep Charter muscle out a win at Ben Franklin, 62-18. Kahleah Copper scored 10 points for the Huskies.
Dashiyah Green dished out six assists and scored 10 points to help Motivation ease past visiting Philadelphia Electrical, 46-24.
Kathleen Fitzpatrick played pesky defense to help Notre Dame easily pass visiting Gwynedd-Mercy, 51-36.
Along with her game-high 19 points, Fitzpatrick had four steals and nine rebounds. Megan McGurk chipped in with five assists and five boards.
Debornay Kidd-Wilkerson dominated the glass and Jayni Webster controlled the scoring as visiting Sacred Heart rolled over Bishop McDevitt, 68-26.
Kidd finished with 10 rebounds while Webster dropped in a game-high 17 points.
Bicentennial. Olivia Bradford scored a career-high 29 points as Christopher Dock cruised at Phil-Mont Christian, 45-30. The senior guard also hauled in nine boards and hit one trey.
Tri-County. Teharah Worrell scored all eight of her points in the first half and Mercy Vocational eased past visiting Woodlynde, 46-10.
The Monarchs led by 26-0 at the break.