Pa. Girls: Fri. Pa. girls: Gilmore nets 1,000th

Posted: January 12, 2014



Mariana Bracetti 53, Del-Val Charter 39: Keishla Gilmore scored her 1,000th point for Bracetti in a home victory. Gilmore, a senior guard, is the first in school history to reach the 1,000-point mark. She did it with a bucket in the second quarter. Jaquaya Austin and Jakyra Stamps each tallied 11 points for Del-Val Charter.

Franklin Towne Charter 35, Bartram 32: Alexis O'Neill dished out 10 assists and hit two clutch free throws and a layup in the final minute to lift the host Coyotes. O'Neill finished with 13 points. Valentina Scalici also scored 13 and added 12 rebounds. Bartram's Bryce Garrett scored a game-high 15.

Audenried 68, Math, Civics & Sciences 62: Regine Prentice's 31 points paced Audenried against visiting Math, Civics & Sciences. Prentice also added six steals. Deja McKinney contributed 12 points and 15 rebounds for the victorious Rockets.

Mastery Charter North 55, Mastery South 34: A 19-2 run in the second quarter helped the host Pumas pull away. Shaquaya Matthews scored a season-high 15 points and dished out five assists. Michelle Gaffney scored a team-high 11 for Mastery South.

Lincoln 57, Simon Gratz 46: Steady free-throw shooting from Aaliyah Thurman helped Lincoln earn the road victory. Thurman scored 18 points and went 10 for 12 from the free-throw line. Tyshell Jessie led Lincoln's offense with 23 points.


Souderton 29, Central Bucks South 27: A layup from Devon Boehm with 14 seconds remaining sealed Souderton's win over visiting Central Bucks South. Boehm finished with five points. Sarah Derstein scored a team-high eight and added 12 rebounds and three blocks.

Central Bucks East 40, Pennridge 33: Despite no player reaching double digits, the Patriots downed visiting Pennridge. Courtney Webster scored a team-high eight points and also registered nine blocks and 10 rebounds.


Council Rock South 49, William Tennent 37: An all-around performance from Allison Taub paced Council Rock South. The junior forward scored 17 points, grabbed 17 rebounds, dished out seven assists, and had four steals. Angie Pomponio led visiting William Tennent with 12 points.

Abington 42, Pennsbury 26: Deja Rawls totaled 18 points, seven assists, and six steals in the triumph over visiting Pennsbury. Rawls scored eight of her points in the second quarter. Sajanna Bethea scored a team-high 16 for Pennsbury.


Strath Haven 37, Lower Merion 25: Bridget Scott scored a game-high 11 points in the home victory. Scott also added five rebounds. Sakia Leach led the Aces with seven points.


Shipley 57, Westtown 31: Colleen Walsh drained four three-pointers in the first quarter to help Shipley cruise to the home win. Walsh scored 15 points in that quarter and 17 in the game. Shipley outscored Westtown, 26-4, in the first quarter. Naomi Jimenez led Westtown with 12 points.

Abington Friends 50, Moorestown Friends 24: Alexa Middleton contributed 25 points as the host Kangaroos downed Moorestown Friends. Eight of Middleton's 25 came in the third quarter, when Abington Friends went on a 20-2 run. The sophomore forward also pulled down 20 rebounds.


Episcopal Academy 55, Agnes Irwin 29: The Churchwomen outscored Agnes Irwin, 30-10, after halftime to earn the road victory. Sarah Abbonizio led all players with 19 points, and Maria Kilcullen added 11 points. Agnes Irwin's leading scorer was Stephanie Williams (13 points).

Penn Charter 43, Springside Chestnut Hill 37: A 17-4 third quarter was sparked by three three-pointers from Hannah Fox, who finished with 19 points for the host Quakers.


Archbishop Wood 77, St. Hubert 42: A 24-6 run in the third quarter helped the Vikings slide past visiting St. Hubert. Rachel Day drained five three-pointers and led 12 Wood scorers with 20 points. Aubree Brown was the only other Viking in double digits, with 13 points and six assists. St. Hubert was led by Meghan Matthews' 17 points.


Germantown Academy 58, Caravel Academy 44: West Point-bound senior Margaret Anne Hubbell scored 33 points and added 10 rebounds for the host Patriots. Teammate Lauren Oeth scored four points, but also added eight assists and 10 rebounds.

Lower Moreland 43, Phil-Mont Christian 39: Jess Dranzik hit a layup with 14 seconds left to secure the win. Dranzik finished with six points. Lauren Killion scored 15 of her 21 in the first half for Lower Moreland. Phil-Mont was led by Jana Goodman's 21 points and Keyen Green's 15 points and 18 rebounds.

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