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Wed. Pa. girls' roundup: Ryan holds on for win in Fla.

Megan Wolf came alive in the fourth quarter as Archbishop Ryan countered a late rally by Bishop Verot (Fla.) and held on to win, 38-33, in the opening round of the Queen of the Palms Basketball Classic at Fort Myers, Fla. on Wednesday afternoon.

Megan Wolf came alive in the fourth quarter as Archbishop Ryan countered a late rally by Bishop Verot (Fla.) and held on to win, 38-33, in the opening round of the Queen of the Palms Basketball Classic at Fort Myers, Fla. on Wednesday afternoon.

The senior guard finished with seven rebounds and poured in eight of her game-high 19 in the fourth, along with converting all four of her foul shots. Kalene Coffey chipped in with nine points.

Cactus Jam. Kate Fitzpatrick controlled the low post and Upper Darby had little trouble with Chugiak (Alaska) as the Royals rolled, 57-40, in the Phoenix tournament. Fitzpatrick added 10 rebounds to go along with her game-high 20 points.

Wissahickon Tournament. Libby Wetzler scored 10 of her game-high 14 points in the first half as Souderton cruised to a 50-38 win over Gwynedd-Mercy in the tournament final. Bianca Picard knocked down seven of her nine free throws in the fourth to seal the win.

Behind Jackie McCarron's 10 first half points, Lansdale Catholic coasted past Wissahickon, 38-20, in the consolation game.

Robert Hopf Tournament. Senior forward Maddie Kimball recorded a career-high 18 points and earned tournament MVP honors as she guided host Jenkintown to a 36-27 championship win over Abington Friends.

Megan Penecale scored 14 points in the second half as Upper Moreland raced past Bishop McDevitt, 45-22, in the consolation game.

Boardwalk Classic. Destiny Russell hit a layup with 3.6 seconds left to seal Imhotep's 40-37 win over St. Basil in the Big Al Bracket. Deja Reynolds and India Lucas both finished with 11 points to lead the Panthers.

Kahleah Copper poured in 34 points but Prep Charter fell in overtime to Washington Township, 52-51, in the Tom Williams Bracket. Copper missed a go-ahead jumper with 9 seconds left.

Omawumi Rafiu grabbed 11 rebounds and finished with 16 points as Neumann-Goretti knocked off Holy Spirit, 49-33, in the Boardwalk Cup Bracket. Tanesha Sutton chipped in with eight rebounds.

Upper Dublin Tournament. Courtney Shaw and Mary Newell combined for 17 of Villa Joseph Marie's 30 second-half points as the Jems knocked off Nazareth High, 48-36.

Lower Moreland Rotary Tournament. Jen Fabian's 16 points and 14 rebounds helped pace Central Bucks West over Holy Cross, 54-40. The Bucks limited Rutgers-bound sisters Aliyah and Ashli Jeune to a combined 15 points.

Ali Morganstein's balanced effort helped pace Lower Moreland to a 45-34 win over Truman. The senior scored a game-high 27 points, grabbed eight rebounds, recorded seven steals and shot 10-for-12 from the line.

Westminster Academy Tournament. Rosie O'Halloran hit a pair of three's in the fourth as Archbishop Prendergast fell to Grandview Prep (Fla.), 50-33, in the Ft. Lauderdale tournament.

Marple Newtown Tournament. Melissa Levy grabbed a dozen rebounds and dropped in 12 points as Marple Newtown dropped Octorara, 48-39. Freshman center Carley Hamilton recorded eight blocks.Michelle Corry scored 10 of her 18 points in the second half as Bishop Shanahan rallied to top Academy Park, 49-43.

Boyertown Bear Classic. Host Boyertown won its own tournament for the third straight year as the Bears rolled over Bangor, 44-25. Brooke Mullen grabbed 13 rebounds and scored 10 of her 13 points in the third quarter to help Boyertown pull away.

Nikkei Thompson hit four three's, Noelle Alicea knocked down three and Downingtown East easily rolled over Pennridge, 60-35, in the consolation game.

Disney World Classic. Sam Siegfried's 18 points failed to be enough as Merion Mercy fell to Jackson (Oh.), 49-40, in the Orlando tournament.

Allentown Allen Tournament. Alex Poplowski grabbed 11 rebounds to accompany her 11 points as Springfield (Delco) easily downed Allentown Allen, 50-21, in the consolation game.

Pickerington (Oh.) Tournament. Maureen Leahy's 18 point, six rebound effort wasn't enough for Cardinal O'Hara to squeak out a win as the Lions fell to Olentangy Orange (Ohio), 58-50.

Ridley Tournament. Junior forward Sam Foy blocked seven shots and scored 13 points to lead Ridley in a commanding 43-23 win over Coatesville. Shannon Clark knocked down a pair of three's to increase the lead.Altoona Tournament. Aiyannah Peal's 17 points wasn't enough for Abington to dispel Gateway as the Ghosts fell, 54-42.

Unionville Tournament. Alison Lewis dropped in 32 points and recorded eight rebounds and five steals as Unionville passed Phoenixville, 62-50. Sydney Hughes helped out with 11 points and 10 steals.

Garnet Valley Tournament. Megan Quinn scored 17 points in the second half and finished with a game-high 30 points as Episcopal Academy rolled past Garnet Valley, 53-47, in the championship game. Quinn shot 8 for 9 from the line and was named the tournament's MVP.

Maddie Thornton knocked down a pair of three's and was named to the all-tournament team as Chichester rolled over West Chester Henderson, 54-39, in the consolation.

Interboro Tournament. Gia DeAngelo knocked down eight of her nine foul shots en route to 23 points as she led Sun Valley past Interboro, 49-37, in the championship game.

Mastery Charter Tournament. Stephanie Reed brought down 16 rebounds and was named MVP as she led Mastery Charter over Bristol, 48-21, in the final.

West Chester University Classic. Lisa Mirarchi scored eight of her 12 points in the second half to propel Villa Maria past Shipley, 47-37, in the semifinal.

Peach State Jump Off Classic. Kiernan McCloskey scored a combined 21 points and grabbed17 rebounds as Germantown Academy lost both of its opening day games in the Atlanta tournament. The Patriots fell to Buford (Ga.), 49-35, and to Fayette County (Ga.), 53-46.

Quakertown Tournament. William Tennent won the tournament for the first time as it downed Palisades, 62-26, behind Nikki Alden's 14 rebounds.

Sherwood (Md.) Tournament. Mary Jean Valeri scored 10 points but Upper Merion faded down the stretch as it bailed out to Century (Md.), 41-31, in the final.