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Tues. Pa. girls’ roundup: Keyes lifts Little Flower

Erin Keyes made a three-point play with 24 seconds left to put host Little Flower up for good in a 48-45 nonleague basketball win over Friends Select on Tuesday.

Erin Keyes made a three-point play with 24 seconds left to put host Little Flower up for good in a 48-45 nonleague basketball win over Friends Select on Tuesday.

Keyes drove the lane, put up a shot and was fouled. After she made a free throw, the Sentinels (2-2) led, 47-45.

A free throw by Courtney Weidner with nine seconds left closed out the scoring.

Weidner finished with 15 points to lead the Sentinels, while Keyes added 12.

Wylie Wilson's 18 points paced the Falcons.

In other nonleague games:

Springside placed three players in double figures, led by Elana Roadcloud's 15 points, in a 53-47 win at Shipley, who got 20 points from freshman Sox Alexander.

Brianna Butler scored half of her 18 points in the first quarter to get Penn Charter off to a good start in a 57-39 win over visiting Notre Dame.

The Quakers led, 21-5, at the end of the first quarter.

Host West Catholic scored the first 21 points of the game in a 41-13 win over Franklin Learning Center. The Burrs (3-0) got 19 points from Johnnanna Riddick and led, 30-5, at the half.

Unique Harris had 15 points for Maritime Charter in a 42-23 win at City Center Academy.

Sloan Warren's 29 points carried host Baldwin past Christian Academy, 41-26.

Host Interboro opened the second half by going on a 13-2 run in a 49-21 win over Communications Tech.

The Bucs were led by Olivia Encarnacion, who scored 12 points.

Nicole Hallinan added six assists.

Grace Capuzzi and Jordan Ogden each had 21 points to lead host Bishop Shanahan past Academy Park, 56-53.

The Eagles (4-2) helped themselves at the line, making 26 of 37 free throws.

Central. Penncrest built a big lead and then held on for a 37-35 win at Strath Haven. The Lions were led by Charlotte Beebe, who scored eight of her 17 points in the third quarter.

St. Andrew's Classic. In Boca Raton (Fla.), Prep Charter got 16 points from tournament MVP Kahleah Cooper in a 54-41 title-clinching win over Cyprus Bay (Fla.).

Patrice Coleman added 10 points for Penncrest. The Panthers rallied to make the game close with a 12-4 run in the final quarter, but did not have the benefit of a snigle double-digit scorer.

Suburban One National. Alex Wheatley's 23 points carried Council Rock South to a 50-34 win at William Tennent.

Suburban One American. Curtrena Goff's 18 points led Upper Dublin to a 59-44 win at Upper Merion.

Bicentennial. Jessica Derstine hit four three-pointers and finished with 18 points to lead Christopher Dock to a 52-33 win at New Hope-Solebury.

The Pioneers also got 13 points from Denali Althouse and 10 more from Olivia Bradford.

They led, 24-9, at the half. The Lions got 13 points apiece from Tess Frelick and Erin Moss.

Senior forward Emily Homan had 13 points and freshman forward Jamie Barr chipped in with 10 rebounds as Delco Christian overwhelmed host MaST Charter, 56-22.

Catholic Academies. Mary Jo Horgan scored 18 points and Steph Smith added 11 as Mount St. Joseph remained unbeaten with a 41-25 win at St. Basil.

The Magic (6-0 overall, 3-0 league) played terrific man-to-man defense throughout, limiting the Panthers to just five first-quarter points.

Senior point guard Maggie Borski scored nine of her 17 points in the third quarter as Nazareth Academy earned a 49-37 win at Villa Joseph Marie.

The Pandas (6-0, 3-0) also got 12 points from Jess Sylvester.

Megan Ledwith led the Jems with 14 points.

Villa Maria got 14 points from Lisa Mirachi in a 57-38 win at Sacred Heart.

Merion Mercy earned a 48-43 win at Gwynedd-Mercy behind Martha Pennypacker's 14 points.

Morgan Sheridan led the Monarchs with 10 points.

Penn-Jersey. Junior combo guard and forward Michaiah Young scored 11 of her 13 points in the third quarter as host Mercy Vocational went on a 21-0 run in a 44-20 win over Villa Victoria (N.J.).

The Monarchs (9-1 overall, 4-0 league) also got 12 points from Teharah Worrell.