Southeastern Pa. girls' basketball leaders

Cardinal O’Hara’s Mackenzie Gardler shoots over Neumann-Goretti’s Kiara Koger in the Catholic League final, which the Lions won by a 54-39 decision.

Girls’ Basketball Leaders

Here are some of the leading scorers in Southeastern Pennsylvania girls’ basketball. The statistics are through Friday with a minimum of 10 games.

Player School G Pts. Avg.

Mayha Woodton Acad. Park 21 513 24.4

Taylor O’Brien Ply. Whitemarsh 26 600 23.1

Isabella Vasquez Washington 22 444 20.2

Destyni Wood Colleg. Charter 21 425 20.2

Octavia Preston Mercy Vocational 23 457 19.9 ​

Maggie O’Hare W.C. Rustin 25 483 19.3

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Neumann-Goretti’s Jabria Ingram, left, is ticketed for Hartford.

Jabria Ingram Neumann-Goretti 24 456 19.0

Neveyah Chester Coatesville 21 393 18.7

Christina Brown Harriton 21 380 18.1

Maggie Pina Notre Dame 26 460 17.7

Megan Jonassen Perk. Valley 28 493 17.6

Anna Camden Shipley 27 472 17.5

Katie Mayock Conestoga 23 394 17.1

Marissa McDonald W.C. East 22 357 16.2

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Central Bucks South’s Haley Meinel dribbles against Souderton’s Megan Walbrandt.

Haley Meinel C.B. South 27 429 15.9

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Notre Dame’s Mandy McGurk, right, drives past Abington’s Jordyn Allen (1).

Mandy McGurk Notre Dame 26 414 15.9

Ellie Mueller Radnor 25 398 15.9

Eileen Piombino Sacred Heart 23 364 15.8

Emily McAteer Garnet Valley 26 389 15.6

Jordan Wilson Upper Merion 26 403 15.5​

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Villa Maria forward Paige Lauder.

Paige Lauder Villa Maria 27 419 15.5

Amaris Baker Baldwin 16 249 15.5

Shantalay Hightower Acad. Park 23 353 15.3

Grace Schrof Unionville 21 319 15.2

Lauren Ross Shipley 26 393 15.1

Maddie Burke C.B. West 22 328 14.9

Sarah Huston Coatesville 22 325 14.7

Nicole Blaustein C.R. South 22 322 14.6

Nia Jordan Friends’ Central 22 319 14.5

Jael Jackson Phil-Mont Christian 14 203 14.5

Taylor Hamm Perk. Valley 27 388 14.4

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Jenkintowns Jennifer Kremp. left, drives to the basket against The Christian Academy.

Jennifer Kremp Jenkintown 26 374 14.4

Sarah Wilson NH-Solebury 24 340 14.2

Olivia LeClaire Owen J. Roberts 23 327 14.2

Emma Blewitt Upper Darby 22 313 14.2

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Cardinal O’Hara’s Mackenzie Gardler (14) shoots over Neumann-Goretti’s Kiara Kroger during the Catholic League final, which was won by O’Hara.

Mackenzie Gardler O’Hara 24 336 14.0

Maura Hendrixson O’Hara 24 334 13.9

Erin Gallagher W.C. Rustin 25 337 13.5

Alexa Brodie C.B. South 27 348 12.9

Erin Thompson W.C. Henderson 27 330 12.2

Diane Nicholson C.B. West 13 157 12.1

Three-pointers

Player School G Threes

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Gaermantown Academys’s Rachel Balzer (23) buried 77 three-pointers in 30 games this season.

Rachel Balzer Germantown Ac. 30 77

Maddie Burke C.B. West 22 65

Maggie O’Hare W.C. Rustin ’25 61

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Cheltenham’s Savannah Roberts, right, plays defense against Neshaminy.

Savannah Roberts Cheltenham 20 59

Maura Hendrixson O’Hara 24 57

Alex Abbonzio Springfield (D) 25 56

Jennifer Kremp Jenkintown 26 56

Shantalay Hightower Acad. Park 23 54

Dayna Balasa Upper Dublin 24 54

Dakota McCaughan Bonner-Prendie 23 50

Meg Willcox Harriton 21 49

Caroline Hertz Kennett 22 47

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Plymouth Whitemarsh’s Taylor O’Brien (3).

Taylor O’Brien Ply. Whitemarsh 26 47

Seanna McNamara Episcopal Ac. 24 47

Lauren Fortescue Ply. Whitemarsh 26 48

Maddie Harvey Upper Merion 26 45

Maggie Pina Notre Dame 26 43

Lacy MacLachlin Colleg. Charter 23 42

Becca Margolis C.R. North 25 42

Emma Diaz Westtown 19 40

Corin Grady Germ. Friends 19 40

Mackenzie Gardler O’Hara 24 39

Mandy McGurk Notre Dame 26 39

Allison McGowan C.R. South 22 38

Andrea Prestianne Kennett 22 38

Alex Blomstrom Perk. Valley 27 37

Emily Monaghan Bonner-Prendie 23 36

Eileen Piombino Sacred Heart 23 35

Jael Jackson Phil-Mont Christian 14 32

Marissa McDonald W.C. East 22 32

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Archbishop Wood’s Katie May (24).

Katie May Arch. Wood 24 32

Kaitlyn Orihel Arch. Wood 24 32

Ali Diamond Ply. Whitemarsh 26 32

Sarah Wilson NH-Solebury 24 31

Brienne Williams Radnor 25 30

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Jenkintown’s Ashley Kremp gathers a rebound against The Christian Academy.

Ashley Kremp Jenkintown 26 30

Kait Carter Penn Charter 28 30

Lexy Calhoun Harriton 21 29

​Emily McAteer Garnet Valley 26 29

Mackenzie Richardson W.C. East 20 28

Emma Blewitt Upper Darby 22 27

Erin Gallagher W.C. Rustin 25 27​

Grace Niedelski Mount St. Joseph 25 27

Lizzie McLaughlin Penn Charter 23 26

For additions or corrections, contact Rick O’Brien at robrien@phillynews.com