Pa. Girls: Fri. Pa. girls: Harriton edges Strath Haven

Posted: February 02, 2014

BASKETBALL

CENTRAL LEAGUE

Harriton 48, Strath Haven 45, OT: Olivia Tevis hit a three-pointer from the left wing with less than a second left in overtime to lift the hosts. She scored nine points and had six assists and three steals. Sabrina Tabasso scored 11 points, and Nadirah Anderson had 11 rebounds.

Garnet Valley 41, Conestoga 36: Haley Warden's 12 points, eight rebounds, and three steals helped the host Jaguars move to 14-0 in the league. Jordan Ireland had 11 points, three assists, and three steals, and Sam Tomasetti recorded seven rebounds and three steals.

Radnor 46, Springfield (D) 40: Myonie Williamson scored 19 points, Lauren Pacifico had 11, and Kristin Hamill added 10 to lead the Red Raiders on the road.

SUBURBAN ONE NATIONAL

Council Rock South 40, Neshaminy 39, OT: Junior forward Allison Taub scored all eight points for the host Golden Hawks in overtime. She scored 14 and had 16 rebounds. Taylor Dillon scored 11.

Pennsbury 47, Truman 44: Sajanna Bethea's three-pointer from the left wing with 30 seconds left was the difference for the visitors. She scored 25 points and had 10 rebounds. Sarah McDonald added seven boards.

Abington 55, William Tennent 39: Sophomore forward Leah Simmons had 12 points, 11 rebounds, and two blocks for the hosts. Deja Rawls scored 12, and Michael Harris had 12.

North Penn 65, Hatboro-Horsham 36: Erin Maher had 14 points and 11 rebounds, and the visitors cruised. Mikaela Giuliani chipped in with eight rebounds and four steals.

SUBURBAN ONE AMERICAN

Cheltenham 61, Upper Moreland 44: Sophomore forward Gabrielle Wright's 26 points and 16 rebounds powered the hosts. She shot 12 for 13 from the line. Amarri Trueheart scored 18 points.

CATHOLIC LEAGUE

Cardinal O'Hara 37, Archbishop Ryan 20: The visiting Lions closed the game on a 24-6 tear. Nine players scored for O'Hara, led by Mary Sheehan with seven.

Bonner-Prendergast 55, Archbishop Carroll 26: Alyssa Monaghan scored 11 of her 23 points in the second quarter as the Pandas cruised at Carroll. Shalina Miller added 12 points.

Conwell-Egan 60, West Catholic 19: Morgan Petito scored 13 points and Savannah Jordan had 11 for the hosts, who held West Catholic without a point in two quarters.

St. Hubert 45, Hallahan 12: Megan Reilly scored a career-high 16 points and had nine rebounds to pace the host Bambies. Freshman Erin Snyder scored her first varsity points.

INTER-AC LEAGUE

Springside Chestnut Hill 37, Notre Dame 32: The host Blue Devils went on a 22-9 run in the second half to put it away. Caroline Henry scored 11 points. Chloe Burns had nine rebounds, and Julia Schumacher dished five assists.

Episcopal Academy 43, Baldwin 37: Sarah Abbonizio scored 10 of her 18 points in the third quarter, and the visiting Churchwomen rallied from down four points at halftime. Maria Kilcullen and Meghan Pickell each had seven.

Penn Charter 52, Agnes Irwin 19: Ayanna Matthews went 5 for 5 from the line and scored 14 points for the visitors. Alexis Hnatkowsky added 10.

FRIENDS SCHOOL LEAGUE PLAY-IN

Friends' Central 47: Moorestown Friends 32: Iyanna McCurdy scored 22 points and had six steals to help the hosts earn a berth in the league playoffs. Mikayla Vaughn scored 15 points and had 12 rebounds.

PUBLIC LEAGUE

Mastery Charter North 57, Engineering & Science 34: Aaliyah Worley scored 19 points, including the 1,000th in her career, in the loss for visiting Engineering & Science. For Mastery Charter North, Shaquaya Matthews scored 14 points and had six assists. Stephanie Reed scored 18.

Swenson 35, Parkway Center City 33: Sophomore center Crystal Berry had three putbacks in the fourth quarter to help the hosts hang on. Parkway Center City missed a shot at the buzzer.

BICENTENNIAL INDEPENDENCE

Lower Moreland 44, Calvary Christian 39: Sophomore Lauren Killion registered a career-high 29 points and added six rebounds for the hosts. She went 5 for 6 from three-point range.

DEL-VAL LEAGUE

Chichester 46, Chester 36: Haley Sipple's 21 points paced the hosts. Logan Newman scored 14.

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