Germantown Friends girls' basketball players had one last rally in them Wednesday afternoon.

After a back-and-forth affair, Rachel Allison drained a three-pointer with less than a minute left to help propel the visiting Tigers to a 37-33 victory over Westtown in a Friends Schools League game.

Germantown Friends trailed by one when Allison made the go-ahead three-pointer for her only points of the game.

After a defensive stop, Imani Ross hit two free throws to seal the victory. Ross scored a game-high 14 points.

Tri-County. Julia Klenske sank two clutch free throws with 3.8 seconds left in regulation to help West-Mont Christian edge visiting Kimberton Waldorf, 24-23. The free throws were Klenske's only points.

Inter-Ac. Alyssa DeNofa's 16 points helped send host Abington Friends past Friends' Central, 53-34. Alexa Middleton was a strong presence in the paint for the Kangaroos with nine points and 15 rebounds.

Bicentennial Independence. Kendra Stum collected 14 points, 10 rebounds, and five steals in Calvary Christian's 41-24 road triumph over MaST Charter. Julia Cervone added 13 points for the Cougars.

Public League. Jade Adams scored six of her 15 points in overtime, and Martin Luther King topped visiting Frankford, 46-42. Strong defense enabled the Golden Cougars to force the OT, as they allowed only 14 points in the last two quarters.

Chelsea Woods scored 31 of her 39 points after halftime as Freire Charter defeated visiting Franklin Learning Center, 67-48. The Dragons outscored FLC, 44-30, in the second half.

Nonleague. Twelve points from Alaina Zeroff were enough for Little Flower to top visiting Friends Select, 48-43. Jada Smith led Friends Select with 19 points.

Baldwin outscored Hill School by 11 in the first half en route to a 45-31 home win. Baldwin's Danielle Hammond scored eight points and swatted away 11 shots.

Nikki Alden and Angie Pomponio scored all of William Tennent's 19 third-quarter points in a 66-44 road victory over Pottsgrove. Alden scored nine of her 20 and Pomponio had 10 of her 18 in the quarter.