Fri. S.J. girls’ roundup: Burch, Sterling roll

Senior guard Monica Burch scored 11 points to boost her career total to 1,010, and Sterling remained on a roll by romping past visiting Audubon, 59-25, on Friday in Colonial Conference girls' basketball.

Sophomores Anyssa Sanchez (20 points) and Tyra Satchell (12) also aided Sterling (14-1), which broke the game open with a 22-9 third-quarter run.

Cape-Atlantic. Holy Spirit had 14 players score, led by Emily Bell's 12 points, in a 65-14 rout of visiting Buena.

Keelin McGee picked up 7 of her 13 points in a 17-5 first-quarter blitz, putting Mainland on track for a 49-22 romp at Hammonton.

Julia Duggan's 11 points topped Ocean City's scoring in a 47-26 home win over Absegami.

Olympic. Michelle Dixon scored 15 and Amy Solinski came through with 11 points, 11 rebounds and five steals as host Eastern handed Paul VI its fourth loss in the last five games, 53-38. Danielle Genay added 10 points for the Vikings, while Adrienne Small had a game-high 16 points for Paul VI.

Burlington County. Alicia Carthan's 12 points paced a balanced attack for Bordentown, which ran out to a 24-7 lead en route to a 66-33 victory over visiting Burlington City. Emily Lawson (11 points) and Alexis Mendenhall (10) also broke into double digits for the Scotties.

Tri-County. Kristina Reiter and Rachael Barlage combined for 23 points as Gloucester Catholic recorded its seventh win in the last eight games, 52-20, at Deptford.

Kelsey Tulini made four three-point shots in scoring 16 for host GCIT, which took control early and cruised past Pennsville, 33-18.

Irene Grimanis (18 points) and Gabrielle Cooper (11) carried Gloucester to a 43-21 win at Clayton.

Nonleague. Alexis Sears put in the go-ahead basket with 35 seconds remaining, and Lenape held on to win at Williamstown, 40-38. Brianna Wylie's 15 points led the Indians, while Courtney Caulfield (13 points) and Jade Bonder (11) keyed the Braves' second-half rally.

Deja Bullock (18 points, 10 rebounds) and Kaylee Mitchell (14 points, 5 assists) led the way for Triton, which won for the third time in its last five games, 55-29, over visiting Pennsauken Tech. Maria DeJesus had 15 points for the Tornados.

Kelcie Evans stole the ball five times and was the game's lone double-figure scorer - finishing with 15 points - in powering Moorestown Friends to a 37-13 win at Villa Victoria.


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