Thursday, September 11, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Fri. Pa. girls and boys: Rustin ousts North Penn

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

CLASS AAAA QUARTERFINALS

West Chester Rustin 55, North Penn 40: Adashia Franklyn and Noelle Powell carried the scoring burden at Plymouth Whitemarsh. Franklyn finished with a team-high 19 points, and Powell added 18. North Penn's Erin Maher led all players with 20 points.

CLASS AA QUARTERFINALS

Neumann-Goretti 64, St. Basil 29: Tanesha Sutton and AJ Timbers sparked a fast start for the Saints at Souderton. Sutton scored nine of her 11 points in the first quarter, and Timbers added eight of her game-high 15 in the first. Timbers also hit four three-pointers. Kate Skalski led St. Basil with seven points.

GIRLS' LACROSSE

NONLEAGUE

Germantown Friends 19, Baldwin 10: Annie Tyson netted six goals and earned the 100th of her career in the Tigers' road victory. The junior reached the milestone on her fourth goal, which came with two minutes left in the first half. According to coach Katie Bergstrom, Tyson, who scored 57 goals last year, was unaware that she was anywhere close to the 100-goal mark.

BOYS' TRACK

NEW BALANCE NATIONALS

Cardinal O'Hara's distance medley team made history at the Armory in New York. Kevin James, Isaiah Cooper, Nick Smart, and Jim Belfatto ran a time of 10 minutes, 0.75 seconds, a meet record. The old record, 10:02.13, was set by Albemarle High of Charlottesville, Va. in 2009. The foursome also posted the fastest time of any distance medley team in the nation this year.

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