Pa. Girls: Power scores No. 1,000
Rylee Power made Marple Newtown history on Monday night. The senior guard scored 17 points, including the 1,000th of her career, in a 46-26 win over visiting Penncrest in a Central League basketball matchup on Monday.
Rylee Power made Marple Newtown history on Monday night.
The senior guard scored 17 points, including the 1,000th of her career, in a 46-26 win over visiting Penncrest in a Central League basketball matchup on Monday.
Power's milestone point came on a free throw with two minutes left in the third quarter. Powers entered the game needing exactly 17 points to crack 1,000. She scored five in the first half, then went on to score all 12 of Marple Newtown's points in the third quarter to achieve history.
She also compiled three blocks and two steals to go along with her milestone.
After the game, Power received flowers and a balloon to celebrate the accomplishment.
Nonleague. Allison Mark made two free throws with 18 seconds remaining in overtime and Masterman defeated visiting Girls High, 29-27. Maya Bracy and Sasha Brehouse scored eight points each for the Blue Dragons. Nana Huang netted 17 points for the Gazelles.
Iyanna McCurdy and Mikayla Vaughn each scored 19 points to lead Friends Central in a 61-37 win over visiting Bishop McDevitt. Sierra Dacosta registered 25 points for McDevitt.
Senior point guard Alexis O'Neill recorded her second consecutive triple double, as Hallahan defeated Olney, 62-13, at home. O'Neill, who transferred back to Hallahan, had 13 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds. Lillian Betteridge was second in scoring with 12 points for the Mouseketeers.
Simon Gratz defeated host Overbrook, 37-25. Ciani Ballard led the way for Gratz with 14 points on the night. Robmira Taylor followed suit with 12 points on her own.
Barrack Hebrew secured its first win of the season in a 31-13 win over Cristo Rey at home. Freshman Talia Kolten-Fromm was the leading scorer with 11 points. Lindsey Chevlin added seven points.
St. Hubert was dominant at home, turning away visiting Northeast, 70-20. Sam Patterson, Courtney Hoffman, and Celine Tobin each reached double-digit scoring for the Bambies, with 13, 12, and 10 points, respectively.
Robeson defeated Kensington on the road, 55-46, in overtime. Zauria Lewis led Robeson with 24 points, to go along with her six rebounds and three assists. Totiana Myers helped out, adding 20 points with six assists and four rebounds.
Garnet Valley achieved its first win of the season, 45-24, against visiting Unionville. Junior Maddie Ireland lead the way with 16 points, including three shots made from beyond the arc. Her sister, Jordan, added 12 points in the victory.
Bristol fell to Sacred Heart on the road by a score of 43-17. Madison Schneider led the winning team with a double-double, scoring 12 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in the contest.
Public League Silver. Del-Val Charter defeated visiting Roxborough, 55-16. Jakyra Stamp led Del-Val Charter, scoring 21 points. Eboni Goodwin and Tykeiah Martin each scored eight points.
Conestoga's Paige Kozlowski, Lower Moreland's Bridgette Alexander, Phoenixville's Lauren Benner and Central Bucks East's Emma Loving were named all-East Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.