Pa. girls' basketball players of the week

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s Moira Mulligan (left) and Little Flower’s Meg Trasser battle for a loose ball.

Here is a look at some of the top performances in girls’ basketball last week:

Suburban One: Pennsbury guard/forward Cami Wiegand

Wiegand led Pennsbury to a 3-0 week. Coming off a 21-point performance against Truman on Tuesday, the sophomore scored 20 of the Falcons’ 32 points in a 32-18 decision over Bensalem on Thursday. She also had 11 points vs. New Foundations on Monday.

Public League: Audenried guard Denijsha Wilson

Wilson set the school’s single-game scoring record with 45 points against First State Military Academy on Monday. She scored 136 points total over four games last week.

Catholic League: Neumann-Goretti guard Jabria Ingram

Ingram led with 29 points in Tuesday’s 46-43 victory over Bonner-Prendergast. Neumann-Goretti sits atop the Catholic League standings.

Inter-Ac League: Germantown Academy guard/forward Elle Stauffer

Stauffer put together consecutive double-double performances in wins over Springside Chestnut Hill and West Catholic. She started the week with 16 points and 11 rebounds against SCH on Tuesday and followed that up with 16 points and 14 rebounds on Thursday.

Central League: Marple Newtown forward Devon Adams

Adams scored 23 points in a 44-43 overtime triumph over Ridley on Wednesday. The senior spent spent two seasons playing at Bishop Shanahan before transferring to Marple Newtown before her junior year.

Pioneer Athletic Conference: Owen J. Roberts forward Olivia LeClaire

LeClaire finished with 26 points in a 43-41 victory over Pope John Paul II in a Pioneer Athletic Conference crossover game on Wednesday. She added 10 points in a PAC Liberty loss to Perkiomen Valley on Thursday.

Friends Schools League: Shipley forward Anna Camden

Camden recorded 24 points, 14 rebounds, and five blocks in a victory over Friends Schools League foe Moorestown Friends on Tuesday. She also led the team with 15 points in a loss to Westtown on Friday.

Bicentennial League: New Hope-Solebury guard Sarah Wilson

Wilson combined for 32 points in a pair of games this week. Her 16 points vs. Plumstead Christian on Thursday helped give New Hope-Solebury head coach Andy Krasna his 100th career victory.

Ches-Mont League: Downingtown East forward Erin Phelan

Phelan started the week by scoring 20 points in a win over Bishop Shanahan on Tuesday. The senior added 19 points in a victory over Downingtown West on Thursday. Downingtown East sits second behind W.C. Henderson in the Ches-Mont National Division standings.

Catholic Academies: Villa Maria forward Paige Lauder 

Lauder recorded 21 points and 12 rebounds in a 76-56 triumph over Coatesville on Monday. The sophomore contributed 11 points in a win over Nazareth Academy and also had 11 points in a loss to Pope John Paul II.

Tri-County League: Mercy Career Tech Octavia Preston

Preston paced Mercy Career Tech with 22 points in a 64-23 rout of Villa Victoria on Wednesday.

Del-Val League: Interboro center Marta Walewska

Walewska posted a double-double with 14 points and 16 rebounds in a win over Chichester on Tuesday.