Tues. Pa. girls’ roundup: Cullen shot boosts Bristol

Morgan Cullen's 10-foot jumper with four seconds left gave Bristol a dramatic 35-34 Bicentennial League basketball win at Girard College on Tuesday night.

The points were the seventh and eight of the evening for Cullen and helped hand the Cavaliers their first league loss of the season.

Danielle Reilly's 14 points led Bristol.

Girard College fell to 3-4 overall, 3-1 league.

Host Morrisville went on a 22-8 third-quarter run to beat Calvary Christian, 52-30. The outburst turned a 24-14 halftime lead into a 46-20 advantage. Cassandra Gainey led the Bulldogs with 12 points.

Inter-Ac. Host Penn Charter got 25 points from Brianna Butler in a 67-46 win over Episcopal Academy.

Emily Wetz had 21 points to lead host Agnes Irwin past Baldwin, 63-22.

Catholic. Visiting Archbishop Wood got points from all 13 players who suited up in a 69-24 win at Hallahan. The Vikings (5-1, 1-0), who won three of their four games in the Naples (Fla.) tourney, led, 46-12, at the half.

Archbishop Prendergast remained unbeaten with a 53-39 win at Lansdale Catholic, getting 16 points and seven rebounds from Jess Rotella. The Pandas (7-0, 1-0) also got 11 points from Brittany Merkle.

Charlotte Kucowski's 14 points paced host St. Hubert in its 64-35 win over Conwell-Egan.

Sarah Curran scored 15 points for Archbishop Carroll in a 63-10 win at West Catholic.

Catholic Academies. Brooke Angelos scored with at the buzzer in regulation to force overtime and help Villa Maria outlast visiting Nazareth Academy, 47-45. Angelos scored off a side out-of-bounds' play and finished with 21 points as the Hurricanes (7-2, 4-0) needed two extra sessions to prevail.

Annie Buckley scored all 14 of her points in the second half to rally St. Basil to a 45-40 win at Merion Mercy. The Panthers (7-4, 4-1) outscored the Golden Bears, 31-18, in the second half to earn the win.

Hannah Rush scored 20 points, 14 in the second half, to lead host Sacred Heart past Gwynedd-Mercy, 40-31.

Mount St. Joseph got 13 points from Mary Jo Horgan in a 47-22 win over visiting Villa Joseph Marie, the 10th win of the season for the unbeaten Magic. Bridget Higgins had seven rebounds for Mount St. Joseph.

Central. Junior forward Tony Grossi scored seven of her 15 points in the second quarter to power host Springfield (Delaware County) past Strath Haven, 47-34. The Cougars (7-2, 5-0) also got 11 points from Nicole Ward.

Suburban One National. Abington needed 22 points from Aiyannah Peal to win at Pennsbury, 78-63.

North Penn needed a 20-6 run in the fourth quarter to close out a 49-41 win over visiting Central Bucks West as Vicky Tumasz and Steph Knauer each scored eight fourth-quarter points.

Friends Schools. Wylie Wilson had 12 points and 11 rebounds for host Friends Select in a 35-14 win over Academy of the New Church.

Ten of Wilson's rebounds came at the offensive end of the floor.

Nonleague. Notre Dame's superior depth wore down host Engineering and Science, 52-28. The Irish (7-3) had eight players score, twice as many as the Engineers (4-3). That depth helped Notre Dame turn a 13-12 first-quarter lead into a 21-14 margin at halftime and a 29-20 advantage over three quarters.

Megan McGurk led Notre Dame with 15 points, and Molly Borgese added 10. Monique Whaley-Briggs scored 20 points to lead the Engineers.

Eleven players scored for Barrack Hebrew, led by Tamara Moskowitz's eight points, in a 37-17 win over visiting City Center.

Abington Friends rolled to a 23-7 lead in a 45-27 win at Bishop McDevitt as Bianca Adams scored seven of her 13 points during that stretch.

Sophomore point guard Deanna Mayza scored Hill School's final five points of the game in a 46-44 win at West Point Prep (N.Y.). Mayza finished with 23 points.

Germantown Friends got 27 points and eight rebounds from Julya Loder in a 49-46 win at Pennington (N.J.).

 


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