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Huckaby sisters lead Lincoln past Fels

Scoring points on the basketball court apparently is a trait that runs in the Huckaby family of Lincoln High.

Scoring points on the basketball court apparently is a trait that runs in the Huckaby family of Lincoln High.

Nefertarri Huckaby scored a career-high 30 points, the same number twin sister, Nefertitti, added to lead host Lincoln to a 70-57 Public League win over rival Fels on Friday.

In other league games:

Keishla Gilmore's 20 points were the difference for Mariana Bracetti in a 37-17 win at Martin Luther King.

Host University City got 14 points and eight rebounds from Jareia Keith in a 37-14 win over Franklin Learning Center.

Bridget Geidemann's 20 points and four assists helped Swenson beat visiting Elverson, 39-26.

Brittany Hrynko scored 20 points and added nine assists for Engineering and Science in its 72-22 win over visiting Parkway Northwest.

Sherrie Satchel's 20 points and nine rebounds highlighted Simon Gratz's 53-30 win over visiting Del-Val Charter.

Siena Childs poured in 20 points for Girls High in a 42-24 win over visiting Palumbo.

Freire Charter jumped out to a 28-3 first-quarter lead in a 64-18 win at West Philadelphia behind Chelsea Woods, who scored eight of her 22 points in that first eight minutes.

Northeast got 17 points from Taylor Jones in a 43-30 win at Washington. Amber Hall led the Eagles with 12 points.

Frankford got 29 points from two players in a 54-16 win at Kensington. Shanika McCloud led the way with 15 points and Waynesha Griffin added 14. Griffin scored half of her points in the first quarter when the Pioneers raced to a 20-0 lead.

Roneesha Rollins scored 18 of her 20 points in the second half to rally Strawberry Mansion to a 45-38 win at Masterman. Taneil Ruffin led the Blue Dragons with 20 points.

Bryana Smith was one of four players in double figures for Ben Franklin, leading the way with 14 points, in a 55-28 win at Roxborough.

Paul Robeson opened the second half with a 33-3 run in a 61-15 win over visiting Bok. Chanelle Williams scored 11 of her game-high 14 points during that stretch.

Dereka Henderson scored nine points during a fourth-quarter rally that lifted host Overbrook past Franklin Towne Charter, 42-33. Henderson finished with 14 points to lead the Panthers, who outscored the Coyotes, 20-5, over the final eight minutes.

Shaquita Williams scored all 12 of her points in the first quarter to lead host High School of the Future past Science Leadership Academy, 63-7.

Host Central overwhelmed Olney, 67-48, behind Najah Jacobs, who scored 22 points and added six assists, five rebounds, and five steals.

Suburban One American. Tiffany Johnson's 23 points powered Cheltenham to a 56-50 win at rival Upper Dublin.

Suburban One National. Jessica Schmidt scored 16 points as Abington earned a 37-34 win at Neshaminy, the first loss of the season for the Redskins (3-1).

Bicentennial. Keri Roberts scored 12 points for host Plumstead Christian in its 42-12 win over Calvary Christian.

Catholic Academies. Annie Buckley and Jackie Thompson each had 14 points for host St. Basil in a 53-36 win over Sacred Heart. Jayni Webster led the Lions with 22 points.

Kellie O'Rourke scored 22 points, including the go-ahead basket with 1 minute, 30 seconds left in the game, to help Villa Maria nip Villa Joseph Marie, 52-48. O'Rourke put the Hurricanes up, 49-48.

O'Rourke's field goal put the Hurricanes up, 49-48.

Nonleague. Tara Turburg's 11 points helped Chichester beat visiting Harriton, 43-25. Logan Newman and Elise Hagel each added 10 points for the Eagles (2-2) and Hagel also chipped in with 10 rebounds.

Sabrina Tabasso led the Rams with 12 points.

Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament. At Abington Friends, Emily Wetz scored 16 points to lead Agnes Irwin past Little Flower, 62-23.

Wetz scored seven points in the first quarter for the Owls (2-3), who made 13 of their 15 free throws.

The Owls will play in the championship game at 5:30 p.m. Saturday.