Kelly Giedemann's 25 points stood out in a defensive battle as Washington Township escaped with a 35-33 win over Ocean City on Thursday, giving the Minutemaids the Tom Williams Bracket girls' basketball championship at the Boardwalk Classic in Wildwood.

Giedemann shot 7 for 13 from the field and converted 10 of 12 free throws, while her team connected on just 29 percent of its field goal attempts. The sophomore guard also contributed six steals and four rebounds.

Julia Duggan posted a double-double for Ocean City, finishing with 12 points and a dozen rebounds.

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The Big Al Bracket championship came down to a final shot, with Millville ending up on the short end of a 44-42 score to Imhotep Charter.

Ashli Weems and Shatiera Smith scored 12 points each for the Thunderbolts.

Delsea Tournament. Dominique Hassinger poured in 22 points and Tori Levari netted 14 as the host Crusaders captured the championship with a 62-49 win over Camden Catholic.

Mount Holly Rotary. Natalya Lee scored half of her 16 points in a pivotal 18-9 third-quarter run, enabling host Rancocas Valley to take the title with a 50-46 triumph over Delran.

Taylor Umbrell and Aliyah Murray combined for 36 points for the Bears.

Taylor Hudspeth found her range early, netting 11 of her 21 points in a game-opening 23-15 surge, and Bishop Eustace went on to maul Manalapan, 69-40, for third place.

Angela Anderson Classic. Lati Stafford of Pennsauken cemented her MVP award with a 15-point, 11 rebound effort, as the Indians thumped host Clayton, 51-38, in the championship game.

Stephanie Williams' 15 points paced the Clippers, who fell behind by 10 in the first quarter.

Ayanna Williams filled the stat sheet with 15 points, five rebounds, five assists and four steals, and Highland closed out the third-place game with a 19-4 run to pull away from Gateway, 44-29.

St. Joseph Tournament. Lucia Neuber sewed up the most valuable player award by scoring 11 to lead the host Wildcats over Haddon Township, 36-27, for the title.

The Hawks received 11 points apiece from Sara DeCinque and Bella Preziosi.

Warrior Classic. Northern Burlington grabbed an 8-1 lead and never looked back, getting 13 points from Rachel Dortch en route to a 42-26 championship game win over host New Egypt.

Atkinson Tournament. Brittany Martin (23 points) and Amanda Riiff (12) led the way for Timber Creek, which came alive in the second half to pull away from Paulsboro, 47-38, in the title game at Gloucester County College.

Shannon Reardigan (12 points) and Chelsea Schmidt combined for 15 points in a 23-6 third-quarter run, providing enough cushion for Glassboro to hold off Kingsway, 53-46, for third place.

Lenape Showcase. Brittany Snow (15 points), Erica Snow (13) and Molly Garthwaite (11) keyed Seneca's attack, which reeled off a 21-8 run in the third quarter and went on to club Clearview, 58-39. The Pioneers' Sara Kramer tied for game-high scoring honors with 15 points.

Taylor Abbott and Jalen Reed had 11 points apiece to head up Williamstown's balanced attack, and the Braves finished strong to put away Lenape, 41-31. Alexis Sears scored 11 for the Indians.

Lower Moreland Rotary. Holy Cross came out on fire, with Alliya Butts (15 points) and Amanda Offenback (13) each registering seven steals in a 40-17 first-half spree, as the Lancers salvaged third place by trouncing Truman, 65-41.