Penn State recruit Anna Camden scored 13 points to become Shipley’s all-time leading scorer in girls' basketball with 1,381 points in a 63-38 victory over Friends Select on Tuesday. Camden passed Tamesha “Sox” Alexander, who graduated in 2014 and is currently a graduate assistant for the St. John’s women’s basketball program. Sanaa Redmond also had 13 points for the Gators.

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Ellie Mueller scored 18 points, including two free throws at the end of regulation to tie the game, in Radnor’s 58-53 double overtime triumph over Haverford High. Brienne Williams delivered six of her 13 points in the second overtime for the Raiders.

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Elle Stauffer recorded 17 points as Germantown Academy cruised past Agnes Irwin, 78-44. Maddie Burns added 10 points for the Patriots.\

Elle Stauffer of Germantown Academy drives down the court followed by Elizabeth Talluto of Shipley in a PAISAA semifinal game on February, 23rd 2018.
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Elle Stauffer of Germantown Academy drives down the court followed by Elizabeth Talluto of Shipley in a PAISAA semifinal game on February, 23rd 2018.

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Casey Remolde scored 21 points as St. Basil routed Villa Joseph Marie, 78-40.

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Anajah Brown compiled a game-high 22 points, 12 rebounds, and eight blocks as Baldwin topped Springside Chestnut Hill, 44-33.

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Maggie Dykan finished with 15 points as Nazareth Academy upended Merion Mercy, 53-44. Maria D’Aulerio contributed 11 points for the Pandas.

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Mandy McGurk had 21 points as Notre Dame knocked off Episcopal Academy, 51-43. Magge Pina added 12 points for the Irish.

Notre Dame's Mandy McGurk (11) drives past Abington's Jordyn Allen (1).
JOSE F. MORENO
Notre Dame's Mandy McGurk (11) drives past Abington's Jordyn Allen (1).

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Emma Diaz scored 13 points as Westtown defeated George School, 48-21. JoJo Lacey pitched in 10 points and seven rebounds for the Moose.

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Dana Bandurick’s double-double of 23 points and 14 rebounds guided Council Rock North over Council Rock South, 75-36. Olivia Boyle and Sydney Blum contributed 16 and 15 points for the Indians.

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Isabella Vazquez led all scorers with 21 points as Washington held off Simon Gratz, 39-34. Ireland Smith contributed 10 points for the Eagles.

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Nakiyah Green registered a double-double with 13 points and 16 rebounds in Palumbo’s 43-40 triumph over Engineering and Science. Laila Asid chipped in 10 points for the Griffins.

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Riley DeVitis and Timaya Lewis-Eutsey each scored 16 points to lift Lansdale Catholic over Bishop McDevitt, 62-36.

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Marcaela Allen recorded 18 points in Plymouth Whitemarsh’s 56-42 triumph over Hatboro-Horsham.

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Payton Pugh and Cassidy Ruk each scored 19 points as St. Hubert rolled past Little Flower, 67-31.

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Olivia LeClaire racked up 26 points as Owen J. Roberts defeated Pope John Paul II, 48-42.

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Tenya Alexander, Ayanna Brown, and Tanaidith Latorre each had eight points in Kensington’s 38-30 decision over Franklin Learning Center.

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Taylor Flores dropped 34 points in Academy Park’s 67-38 win over Chichester.

Boys' Basketball

Khalil Farmer delivered with 23 points as Shipley took down Friends Select, 84-52. Chaz Owens and Khai Champion added 17 points apiece for the Gators.

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Jack Forrest led Lower Merion with 15 points in a 85-53 victory over Strath Haven. Steve Payne and Julian Hairston each had 11 points for the Aces.

Lower Merion's Jack Forrest drives on Abington's Xavier Monroe during 2nd quarter of District 1 Class 6A boys' basketball semifinals at the Liacouras Center, Tuesday, February 27, 2017. ( STEVEN M. FALK / Staff Photographer )
Steven M. Falk
Lower Merion's Jack Forrest drives on Abington's Xavier Monroe during 2nd quarter of District 1 Class 6A boys' basketball semifinals at the Liacouras Center, Tuesday, February 27, 2017. ( STEVEN M. FALK / Staff Photographer )

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Semaj Oliver finished with a game-high 21 points as Martin Luther King edged Lincoln in overtime, 66-60. Ricky Montero added 19 points for the Cougars.

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Deuce Turner scored a game-high 26 points as Malvern handled Episcopal Academy, 86-49. Tygee Leach added 14 points for the Friars.

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Samson Nyankui’s 14 points and Jamir Reed’s 13 points led Mastery North over Simon Gratz, 56-39. Lakeem McAliley and Regjon Knight chipped in 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the Pumas.

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Jihad Watson paced a balanced Math, Civics and Sciences attack with 15 points in a 81-51 win over Audenried. Nisine Poplar and Tvon Jones added 14 and 12 points, respectively, for the Mighty Elephants.

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Jordan Longino scored 20 points in Germantown Academy’s 65-51 victory over Penn Charter.

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Khalif Washington collected a game-high 28 points and eight assists as Overbrook took down Washington, 75-53. Zyeef Cannon contributed a double-double with 16 points and 20 rebounds for the Panthers.

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Raymond Brown scored a team-high 26 points as School of the Future pulled away from Parkway Northwest, 89-69. Ali Brown added 19 points on five three-pointers for the victors.

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Walter Hester ended with 21 points in Paul Robeson’s 62-41 win over Engineering and Science. Nyaim Smith added 17 points for the Huskies.

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James Jones tallied 24 points in Roxborough’s 87-45 win over Randolph. Malik Gibson and Sean Lee contributed 13 and 12 points, respectively, for the Indians.

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Tyrone Williams put up 31 points to lift Olney over Boys' Latin, 78-59. DeShawn Prince pitched in 13 points for the Trojans.

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Tyler Spann notched 25 points as String Theory downed Central, 60-44. Kylil Turner pitched in a double-double with 17 points and 14 rebounds for the victors.

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Damir Butler-Banks’s driving layup with seven seconds left gave Mariana Bracetti a 50-49 victory over Science Leadership. Butler-Banks finished with nine points while Michael McCormick led the Bulldogs with 26 points.

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Kaisem Andrews recorded 12 points and 16 rebounds as Dobbins beat Kensington, 53-46. Jymir Thompson and Shawn Donaldson had 11 points apiece for the Mustangs.

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Sekayi Robinson netted 17 points as Freire Charter defeated Franklin Towne Charter, 53-37.

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Oliver DeQuviol poured in 26 points as Fels knocked off Motivation, 83-63. Isaac Ceasar added 20 points for the Panthers.

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Adam Giammonco had 19 points to lead Jenkintown over MaST Charter, 63-52. Clinton Jackmon and Trevor Brockwell each contributed 16 points for the Drakes.

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Darnell Ransom Jr. scored 20 points as Eastern University Charter got past Prep Charter, 71-68.