Samirra Howard-Williams continued her torrid start to the girls' basketball season by scoring 14 points and pulling down a school-record 32 rebounds in Audenried's 59-47 win over Central on Friday.

Howard-Williams broke the school record for blocks (17) earlier in the week against Washington. She had seven more blocks on Friday. Denijsha Wilson scored 33 to inch closer to 1,000 career points.

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Nakiyah Green recorded 13 points and 19 rebounds in Palumbo's 41-22 victory over Bodine. Ellie Benedict added 12 points.

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Quameerah Grey scored a game-high 26 points to lead Math, Civics and Sciences past Frankford, 39-25.

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Janiece Ellerbee and Dejah Wright notched 16 and 15 points, respectively, as Dobbins outlasted Washington, 51-48, in overtime. Crystal Johnson ended with 11 points and 12 rebounds.

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Alanis Hill filled the stat sheet with 31 points, 10 assists, and five steals as Mastery North-Pickett defeated Engineering and Science, 84-47.

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Ebony Bradford recorded 13 points, 13 rebounds, and seven blocks in Olney's 47-36 win over Franklin Towne Charter. Chiyane Perkins also finished with 13 points.

Boys’ Basketball

Lyle Tipton led with 19 points as Phil-Mont Christian outlasted Christian Academy, 49-44, in a double-overtime thriller. Tipton made a game-tying three-pointer in the final seconds of the first overtime period.

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Jacob O'Connell had 10 points and eight rebounds in St. Joseph's Prep's 49-25 triumph over Berks Catholic. Darius Kinnel added 11 points and five assists.

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Jaimer Graves finished with 22 points as Motivation took down Science Leadership Academy at Beeber, 62-60, in overtime. Nasir Dixon added 10 points, 11 rebounds, and six blocks.

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Tarik Bey scored 11 points, and Glen Mills picked up its first win of the season with a 47-29 triumph over Central.

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Walter Hester went 12 for 14 from the field en route to 24 points as Paul Robeson beat Science Leadership, 83-32. Hester also had five steals and three assists.

Robert Tucker made all eight of his shots for 16 points and also pulled down seven rebounds for the Huskies. Gabe Harvey ended with 12 points.