Prep Charter won its tournament bracket title, remained unbeaten and knocked off an unbeaten team, Nazareth Academy, all in a game that lasted less than two hours on Wednesday.

In Wildwood, N.J., the Huskies (7-0) handed the Pandas (7-1) a 57-40 loss in the Boardwalk Southern Cape Bracket of title game behind Kahleah Copper's 18 points and 16 rebounds. Jessica Sylvester led the Pandas with 17 points.

In other Wildwood games:

Boardwalk Cup Bracket. Unbeaten Council Rock North won its bracket, beating Holy Spirit (N.J.), 49-20, as Helena Gemmel and Emily Grundman each scored 12 points. The Indians (4-0) played good defense, forcing 27 turnovers.

Ocean Cup Bracket. In a first-round game, Neshaminy outscored Our Lady of Mercy (N.J.), 39-19 as Shannon Barlow had 10 points and nine rebounds.

Altoona Tournament. The host Lions kept the title in house by beating Abington, 61-52, in the title game. The Ghosts were led by Aiyannah Peal's 17 points. Peal made the all-tournament team.

Boyertown Tournament. The host Bears (8-1) placed all five starters in double figures to beat Downingtown East, 61-46, fort the title. Kaitlyn Eisenhard led the way with 13 points.

Chester Pike Kiwanis Tournament. Sun Valley got 17 points from MVP Jenna Crowley in a championship-clinching 49-27 win over host Interboro. It marked consecutive MVP titles for Crowley.

Ft. Myers' Tournament. In the Brothers Invitational, Jackie Thompson scored 12 points and Jill Lynch added 12 rebounds for St. Basil in a 45-24 consolation win over Cape Coral (Fla.). The Panthers, who took a bus to Florida with the Archbishop Ryan team, will fly back to Philadelphia after another consolation game on Thursday.

In the winner's bracket, Archbishop Ryan hammered Suncoast (Fla.), 57-33, behind Brittany Wood, who scored 17 points.

Garnet Valley Tournament. Episcopal Academy's Megan Quinn scored 18 points and took home MVP hardware in a 59-43 title win over the host Jaguars.

George W. Snear Tournament. At the Fellowship House in Conshohocken, Mount St. Joseph survived a slow start to hammer Plymouth Whitemarsh, 55-35, in the title game as tournament MVP Steph Smith had 18 points and nine rebounds. The Colonials led, 13-6, going into the second quarter.

Huntingdon Valley Rotary. At Lower Moreland, the host Lions topped Truman, 37-17, in a consolation game as Ali Morganstein scored 13 points.

Naples (Fla.) Holiday Shootout. Kate McCartney did not score a point for Archbishop Wood, but she contributed as much as anyone to the Vikings' 48-30 win over Fayette County (Ga.). That's because McCartney, who had six steals, drew the defensive assignment against Fayette All-American (and University of Connecticut-bound) Brianna Banks and held her to just four points, 21 below her average. Steph Keyes led the Vikings with 12 points.

The Vikings will face another pair of All-Americans, the Coyer twins, Katherine and Caroline, from Oakton (Va.) on Thursday (3:40 p.m.). The two are sisters of current Temple football quarterback Chris Coyer and are being heavily recruited.

Archbishop Carroll topped host Naples Community, 50-41, behind Jen Carney and Emily Fazzini, who each had 18 points.

Carroll faces Germantown Academy on Thursday night at 7 p.m. in the second round.

Germantown Academy earned its spot with a 64-40 win over P.K. Yonge as Jaryn Garner scored 16 points.

Reading Tournament. Chester topped Steelton-Highspire, 54-51, in a consolation game behind Georria Clark's 17 points.

Robert Hopf Tournament. At Jenkintown, the host Drakes salvaged a consolation-round win, 29-23, over MaST behind Jasmine West's 13 points.

The championship went to Sacred Heart, a 58-26 winner over Bishop McDevitt. Jayni Webster led the way for the Lions with 15 points. Webster's teammate, Erin Rush, was named tournament MVP.

Marple Newtown Tournament. The host Tigers won the title by beating Octorara, as MVP Denise McKeown had 16 points and seven assists and teammate Melissa Levy added 18 points and 14 rebounds and also made the all-tournament team.

Merion Mercy's Natalie DiCocco scored 13 points and was named to the all-tournament team in a 50-45 consolation win over Academy Park.

Spring-Ford Tournament. Great Valley got 10 points apiece from Amanda Germer and Rachel Kalick in a 48-40 win over Central Bucks South.

Springside Tournament. Host Springside won the tournament, beating Neumann-Goretti, 44-28, behind MVP Sidney Epps, who had 12 points and five rebounds.

Stan Novak Tournament. At Springfield (Montgomery County), Friends Select built a manageable lead and held on for a 43-42 win over High School of the Future in a consolation game.

State College Tournament. Jamie Morris scored 23 points as Strath Haven advanced to the title game with a 53-26 win over Perry Traditional Academy in a semifinal game.

Unionville Tournament. Jaclyn Gantz scored 17 points and was named tournament MVP for Haverford High as it beat host Unionville, 60-39, for the title.

In the consolation game, Frankford used a 34-point effort from Waynesha Griffin in a 70-62 win over Phoenixville.

Upper Dublin Tournament. MVP Taylor Bryant scored 12 points to give host Upper Dublin a 43-32 win over Villa Joseph Marie for the title.

In a consolation game, Naya Delancey scored 19 points to lead Oxford to a 50-41 win over Hatboro-Horsham.

West Chester Classic. At West Chester University, Cardinal O'Hara won the title with a 50-39 win over Notre Dame as tournament MVP Shanice Johnson had 14 points and 12 rebounds.

In other tournament games:

Avon Grove took fifth place with a 57-46 win over Shipley as Jasmine Jones scored 21 points.

In the seventh-place game, Freire Charter topped Public League rival Central, 57-46, behind Chelsea Woods, who had 18 points and 20 rebounds.

Westminster (Fla.) Tournament. MVP Jess Rotella and teammate Brittany Merkle each scored 11 points to lead Archbishop Prendergast past host Westminster, 43-28, in the championship game. Rotella added 18 rebounds.

Wissahickon Tournament. Tournament MVP Shea Wassel scored 16 of her game-high 20 points in the second half and overtime to rally Lansdale Catholic to a 55-50 win over Gwynedd-Mercy Academy in the title game. The Crusaders outscored the Monarchs, 6-1, in overtime by making six of eight free throws.

In a consolation game, host Wissahickon needed a pair of overtimes to subdue Souderton, 45-44. Dominique Earland led the Trojans with 16 points.

Nonleague. Council Rock South doubled up visiting North Penn in the final quarter, 10-5, to earn a 32-27 win. Alex Wheatley led the way with 11 points, eight rebounds and seven steals. The teams were scheduled to play in a New Jersey tournament on Sunday, but that game was canceled so they decided to play when they returned home instead.

Host West Chester East got 26 points from Nina Mazzarelli in a 42-36 win over Penncrest. Mazzarelli scored 11 of her points during a 21-13 fourth-quarter advantage.