Fri. Pa. girls' roundup: C.B. West gets by North Penn

Maggie Gratz knocked down a three-pointer with 5 seconds left in double overtime to give Central Bucks West a 55-54 win at Suburban One basketball foe North Penn.

Gratz finished with just five points as the Bucks relied on the scoring contributions of eight players. Freshman Corinne Godshal came of the bench to nail four free throws in the extra periods and Amanda Parker scored four of her eight points in overtime.

Lauren Crisler had a game-high 17 points for North Penn.

Also in the Suburban One, Alex Wheatley grabbed 10 rebounds, Alexis Hofstaedter dished out eight assists, and Council Rock South rolled over visiting Neshaminy, 65-28. Wheatley finished with a game-high 22 points.

Maggie Gratz knocked down a three with 5 seconds left to give Central Bucks West a 55-54 win in double overtime at North Penn.

Senior Tyshay Britten scored a team-high 21 points as Norristown cruised on Senior Night, 89-43, against Upper Moreland.

Freshman Megan Hannagen scored a career-high 10 points and added seven rebounds as Council Rock North easily downed visiting Truman, 61-16.

Aiyannah Peal scored 13 of her 23 points in the first half as Abington knocked off Pennsbury, 56-46.

Catholic. Archbishop Wood used a strong first half to hold off host Archbishop Ryan, 45-35.

The Vikings led by 14 at halftime before cruising to the win. Lauren Nealon led Wood with 11 points, six of which fell in the fourth quarter. Kalene Coffey led the Ragdolls with 12 points and a pair of threes.

Also in the Catholic League, Maureen Fiocca dished out six assists and dropped in 12 points as visiting Neumann-Goretti easily downed Hallahan, 74-17.

Inter-Ac. Megan Quinn drained four threes in the first quarter as Episcopal Academy knocked off Penn Charter, 49-39. Quinn finished with a game-high 27 points.

Central. Ali Grundy made both ends of her one-and-one foul shots with 8 seconds left as Conestoga slipped past Lower Merion, 33-32. Grundy finished with eight points.

Jaryn Garner's jumper with 9 seconds left sent the game into overtime and Germantown Academy rallied to top visiting Springside, 40-35.

Senior Melissa Levy grabbed 12 rebounds on Senior Night as Marple Newtown downed Radnor, 50-41. Madison Collins chipped in with three three-pointers.

Katie Melvin knocked down five of her seven three-point attempts as Harriton sprinted away from Penncrest, 56-36. Melvin finished with 28 points and added 10 assists.

Pioneer. Stacey Auckland scored five of her 14 points in overtime as Upper Perkiomen knocked off Phoenixville, 52-48.

Public. Ciana Cryor dished out 10 assists and dropped a game-high 19 points as Prep Charter rolled at Mastery Charter, 61-20. Bria East chipped in with nine blocks.

Rush recorded its first varsity girls win in school history with a 27-13 win over visiting Roxborough.

Najimah Chestnut scored 13 points in the fourth quarter to help Dobbins rally at Fels, 32-31. The Mustangs entered the period down 18 points before going on a 21-2 run.

Capri Caple scored 10 of her game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter and Olney rolled over visiting Washington, 54-36. Nancy Coleman added six assists.

Shanique Mattis had seven points in the second quarter and Central rolled at Overbrook, 48-37.

Tianna Singleton had eight rebounds, Asaizna Cooper added six, and Bodine cruised past visiting Franklin Learning Center, 49-31.

Shareekua Jones dished out five assists and scored a team-high 10 points as Lincoln held off visiting Kensington, 28-23.

Friends Schools. Steph Heys made a pair of free throws with 4 seconds left to ice George School's 28-24 win over visiting Germantown Friends. Heys finished with a team-high 11 points and scored five in the fourth.

Tri-County. Anna Janisch scored 11 of her game-high 23 points in the third quarter and Kimberton Waldorf easily knocked off host Collegium Charter, 40-21.

Nonleague. Sierra Guenst scored 11 points in the third quarter en route to a career-high 34 points as Calvary Baptist downed Lehigh Christian, 49-44. The 5-10 junior center also grabbed 13 rebounds.

Dayona McNeil converted a three-point play with 1:30 left to lift Science Leadership over visiting Bok, 37-35. Bok led by a point before McNeil was fouled as she made a layup and then sank the ensuing foul shot.

Michelecq Corry poured in 10 of her game-high 20 points in the third quarter as Bishop Shanahan pulled away from Owen J. Roberts, 48-33.

Deanna Mayza dished out four assists and recorded four steals as Hill School rolled at Princeton Day, 48-23. Claire Maree O'Bryan had a game-high 14 points to lead Hill.