Kiana Ye sank seven three-pointers en route to 23 points as Paul VI defeated visiting Seneca, 62-49, on the opening night of Olympic Conference National girls' basketball Friday.

The game entered the fourth quarter tied at 37, but Paul VI outscored Seneca, 25-12, in the final period.

Morgan Camardo-Harris added 20 points for the Eagles. Erica Snow led Seneca with 17.

Tri-County Royal. Liz Kramer tied a career high with 21 points as Clearview dominated the middle of the game to win, 52-31, at Kingsway. After a slow start, Clearview outscored Kingsway, 32-12, in the middle two periods.

Behind Taylor Walker's 17 points and 10 assists, Williamstown won at Triton, 85-23, in Triton's first game in the league. Taylor Bynoe added 12 points and Julia Dixon and Haley Parks each had 11.

Amanda Schmidt's 20 points led three Delsea players in double figures in a 65-25 win at Highland.

Tri-County Classic. Madison McClintock registered a monster double-double with 25 points and 14 rebounds to lead Gloucester to a 59-34 victory at Penns Grove.

Colonial Conference. Ellie O'Neil scored nine of her 21 points in the second quarter to help Collingswood win, 36-31, at Haddon Heights.

Alayxiah Carr scored 16 and Bella Preziosi chipped in with 15 for Haddon Township in a 59-32 win over visiting Audubon.

Burlington Patriot. Westampton Tech overcame a nine-point deficit at the half to win at Delran, 29-27. Dionna Tunstall's 10 points paced the winners. Aliyah Murray scored 16 for Delran.

Nonleague. Aaliyah Saud-Lewis scored 12 of her game-high 28 points in the second quarter to spark Willingboro's 79-28 win over visiting Pemberton.

In other nonleague action: Taylor Holmes scored 20 points to lead Lenape to a 59-33 win against visiting Bishop Eustace. Taylor Hudspeth had a game-high 22 for the Crusaders.

Aliyah Jeune hit a pair of important three-pointers and a couple of key free throws late to guide Life Center to a 55-51 win at Gil St. Bernards. She finished with 23 points.

Olivia Askin scored a game-high 19 points as Shawnee rolled to a 61-33 win at Cherokee.

Julia Braungart got off to a hot start, scoring 11 of her 16 points in the first half as Camden Catholic prevailed, 51-25, at Cherry Hill West.

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