BASKETBALL

RYAN TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT

Archbishop Ryan 46, Nazareth Academy: Junior Danielle Skedzielewski scored 11 of her 13 points in the second half to help the host Ragdolls erase a 20-19 halftime deficit. Skedzielewski also chipped in 10 rebounds, and Ashley Smink scored a team-high 14 points.

Nazareth's Marissa Sylvester led all players with 20 points and hit five three-pointers.

Springside Chestnut Hill 44, New Foundations 9: Chloe Burns put up nine points and eight rebounds and Julia Schumacher added nine points and five assists to lead Springside Chestnut Hill.

OXFORD TOURNAMENT

Ridley 32, Downingtown East 28: Ridley senior Mary Kate Rumbaugh paired 10 points with 10 rebounds and grabbed six steals.

Oxford 43, Wilmington Friends 33: Sophomore Devon Nask scored seven of her game-high 11 points in the third quarter for the host Hornets.

ORELAND LIONS TOURNAMENT

Jenkintown 51, Bishop McDevitt 38: Madison Kremp had nine of her game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter as the Drakes pulled away at Springfield (Montco). Jenkintown's Emma Dorshimer scored 12 of her 21 points from behind the arc.

Phil-Mont Christian 48, Springfield (Montco) 32: Phil-Mont Christian's post players led the way with Jana Goodman collecting 14 points and 13 rebounds, Keyen Green adding 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Tracey Goodman totaling 12 points and eight boards.

LADY WARRIOR CLASSIC

Mount St. Joseph 43, Souderton 32: Alex Louin had 19 points and 10 rebounds and Colleen Steinmetz contributed six points and eight rebounds to power the Magic at Methacton.

Methacton 39, Council Rock South 30: Kelly Glatthorn put up 17 points and Jenna Carroll grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the hosts.

COACHES VS. CANCER CLASSIC

North Penn 52, Pennsbury 34: Vicky Tumasz scored a game-high 14 points and Erin Maher grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the host Maidens.

Gwynedd Mercy 53, Perkiomen Valley 41: The Monarchs went 16 for 18 from the free-throw line. Brigit Coleman led all players with 18 points and was a perfect 6 for 6 from the line.

GERMANTOWN COMMUNITY TOURNAMENT

Bodine 41, Germantown Friends 33: Tiana Garvin poured in 22 points, Kendra Stanford grabbed 12 rebounds, and Sherrie Rucker nabbed 11 steals for the Ambassadors, who broke open a tied game with a 15-5 third quarter. Julia Mankoff led host Germantown Friends with 23 points.

Penn Charter 65, Indian Creek 39: Hannah Fox and Ayanna Matthews scored 15 points apiece for the Quakers.

FRIENDS SELECT TOURNAMENT

Friends Select 33, MaST Charter 20 : Freshman Jada Smith racked up a game-high 13 points, nine steals, and six rebounds for the Falcons. Senior Laura Searles added 15 rebounds.

Franklin Towne Charter 27, New Media Charter 10: Madeline Cepparulo grabbed 10 rebounds and scored eight of her nine points in the second quarter to help the Coyotes take a 13-3 lead into halftime.

GABBY HARTNETT TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT

Interboro 53, Math, Civics & Sciences 24: Stacie Hallinan scored 20 points and Becca Reifer had 14 points and six rebounds to lead Interboro at home. Kyesha Fields (13 points) and Bianca Dunn (11 points) provided all the scoring for MC&S.

Baldwin 58, Bartram 25: Baldwin's Kejohna Hammond led all players with 15 points. Sidney Barrow notched 11 points for Bartram.

UPPER MERION TOURNAMENT

Upper Merion 42, Marple Newtown 37: Regie Robinson poured in a game-high 25 points to propel the host Vikings. Rylee Power finished with 18 points for Marple Newtown.

Conestoga 55, Upper Perkiomen 26: Elle Mack led the way for the Pioneers with 20 points.

GREAT VALLEY TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT

Great Valley 55, Chester 41: Ashlyn Smith paired 14 points with 11 rebounds and Brittany Edwards   added 14 points to lead the host Patriots.

UPPER DARBY ROYAL CLASSIC

Upper Dublin 50, Downingtown West 29: Kayla McAneney hit four three-pointers and finished with 18 points and seven rebounds for the Cardinals.

ABINGTON GHOST TOURNAMENT

Bonner-Prendergast 69, Martin Luther King 22: The Monaghan sisters, senior Sarah (14 points) and St. Joseph's-bound junior Alyssa (12 points, six assists), did the heavy lifting for the Pandas.

HILL SCHOOL TOURNAMENT

Abington Friends 56, Masters School 37: Jade Young had 14 points and five steals to propel the Kangaroos, which outscored Masters School by 10 points in both the first and fourth quarters.

KSA BEACH BASH

Spring-Ford 72, Eden (N.Y.) 14 : The Rams led, 48-8, at halftime in Paradise Island, Bahamas. Sammy Stipa (15 points), Maggie Locke (13), Shelby Mueller (11) and Abby Beyer (10) paced Spring-Ford.