Wednesday's Pa. roundup: Villa Joseph Marie scores 36 fourth-quarter points in comeback win over Academy Park

Springside Chestnut Hill’s Mo’ne Davis (left), here battling for the ball against Little Flower’s Celeste O’Neill on Dec. 14, 2017, scored 17 points against Episcopal Academy on Wednesday.

Jackie Skalski scored 21 points Wednesday as the Villa Marie Joseph girls’ basketball team overcame a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to beat Academy Park, 76-74. The Jems exploded for 36 points in the final quarter.

Gianna Napoleon made the game-winning layup with two seconds remaining as Agnes Irwin knocked off Olney, 45-43.

Samirra Howard-Williams posted 12 points, 24 rebounds, and 10 blocks as Audenried upended Sankofa Freedom, 63-52.

Mo’ne Davis scored 17 points in Springside Chestnut Hill’s 59-52 triumph over Episcopal Academy. Caroline Clark and Nya Searight each contributed 14 points for the Blue Devils.

Chynah Perry recorded 13 points and 10 steals in Simon Gratz’s 30-18 triumph pver Constitution.

Isabella Vazquez had 19 points as Washington topped Rush, 41-25.

Corin Grady put up 19 points to lift Germantown Friends over Conwell-Egan, 37-29.

Emma Diaz hit three threes in the third quarter en route to 17 points as Westtown downed Hill School, 52-45. JoJo Lacey pitched in 16 points for the Moose.

Maggie Pina recorded 13 points and 4 assists to lead Notre Dame over Gwynedd-Mercy, 39-27.

Mandy McGurk had 11 points and six assists for the Irish.

Boys’ Basketball

Austin Laughlin scored a game-high 30 points as Garnet Valley knocked off Conestoga, 79-66, for its first win over the Pioneers in program history. Connor O’Brien added 22 points in the victory.

Nate Robinson scored 24 points as Central Bucks South topped Central Bucks West, 46-40.

Khyree Lloyd finished with 18 points in Bartram’s 78-40 win over Central. Donte Dupriest added 13 points for the Braves.

Ricardo Montereiro made seven three-points and hd 23 points in Martin Luther King’s 83-38 win over West Philadelphia.

Toure Mosley-Banks recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds as Friends’ Central edged Springside Chestnut Hill, 58-53. Josh Friday scored a team-high 13 points for the victors.

Steve Payne finished with 16 points as Lower Merion defeated Haverford High, 75-44. Jared Robinson and Jack Forrest added 15 and 14 points for the victors, respectively.

Trevor Brockwell scored 17 points in Jenkintown’s 49-39 victory over MaST Charter.

Ace Bibbs finished with 25 points as Abington Friends beat Princeton Day, 67-56.

Wayne Stiles scored 12 points in Mercy Career Tech’s 66-45 victory over Mesivta Rambam (N.Y.).

Misrahim Nyagwegwe scored a game-high 21 points as Dock Mennonite handled Phil-Mont Christian, 75-43. Jackson Scialanca added 16 points for the Pioneers.

Abington’s Charles Grasty picked up his 150th win as head coach with a 72-49 victory over Neshaminy.