Rachel Balzer scored 12 points and surpassed 1,000 for her career Friday as the Germantown Academy girls' basketball team topped Notre Dame, 63-55. Jaye Haynes led the Patriots with 21 points while Elle Stauffer followed with 14 points. The Irish’s Maggie Pina, who finished with a game-high 23 points, was nominated was named a McDonald’s All American nominee along with teammate Mandy McGurk, who had 12 points, earlier on Friday.

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Krysten Brown led all scorers withg 17 points in Abington’s 37-33 triumph over Upper Dublin.

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Mia Kolb scored a game-high 17 points as Jenkintown rolled past Collegium Charter, 58-29. Natalie Kolb and Carly Mulvaney added 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Drakes, who improve to 19-0 on the season.

Mia Kolb (right) of Jenkintown and Hannah Sareyka of The Christian Academy battle for a loose ball in the second quarter of the Bicentennial Athletic League girls’ basketball championship game Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at Morrisville. Jenkintown went on to win, 45-20. LOU RABITO / Staff
Mia Kolb (right) of Jenkintown and Hannah Sareyka of The Christian Academy battle for a loose ball in the second quarter of the Bicentennial Athletic League girls’ basketball championship game Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at Morrisville. Jenkintown went on to win, 45-20. LOU RABITO / Staff

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Ava Sciolla recorded a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds in Pennsbury’s 54-31 win over Villa Joseph Marie. Kate Mix chipped in 12 points for the Falcons.

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Sanaa Redmond delivered with 22 points as Shipley knocked off Germantown Friends, 56-32. Penn State recruit Anna Camden contributed 14 points for the Gators.

Shipley's Sanaa Redmond.
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Shipley's Sanaa Redmond.

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Emma Maley collected 16 points and five assists as Penn Charter defeated Springside Chestnut Hill, 58-39. Kelsey Bess and Kaitlyn Carter each had 12 points for the Quakers.

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Raeleen Keffer-Scharpf and Allie Sillo scored 15 points apiece to lead Episcopal Academy over Agnes Irwin, 60-31.

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Madison Smith’s double-double of 21 points and 14 rebounds led Friends' Central over Academy of New Church, 59-19. Raanee Smith added 10 points and 15 rebounds for the Phoenix.

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Paige Mott scored 15 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as Abington Friends beat Westtown, 59-42. Mihjae Hayes chipped in 10 points, eight rebounds, and six assists for the Kangaroos.

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Loyola University of Maryland recruit Emily McAteer had 17 points and six steals as Garnet Valley took down Conestoga, 55-29.

Emily McAteer (left) of Garnet Valley battles for a rebound with Liz Scott (center) and Emma Powell (2nd from right) of Conestoga in the 1st quarter of a girls basketball game on Jan 18, 2017. CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer
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Emily McAteer (left) of Garnet Valley battles for a rebound with Liz Scott (center) and Emma Powell (2nd from right) of Conestoga in the 1st quarter of a girls basketball game on Jan 18, 2017. CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer

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Parisha Blount made two clutch free throws with 14 seconds left to finish with nine points to lift Constitution over Overbrook, 49-48. Jourdan Johnson led the Generals with 24 points.

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Isabella Vazquez notched 13 points as Washington got past Lincoln, 32-27. Ireland Smith added 12 points for the Eagles.

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Azori Edwards and Najashia Singleton each scored 17 points in Freire Charter’s 67-34 decision over Sankofa Freedom. Monet Cummings led the victors with 18 points.

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Khailynne Mitchell scored a team-high 16 points as Paul Robeson beat Simon Gratz, 45-41. Phyllis Fugah chipped in 12 points for the Huskies.

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Rene Heart registered 23 points as Science Leadership cruised past Martin Luther King, 61-25. Sahar Williams-Stevens added 13 points for the Rockets.

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Desiree Fernandez tallied a game-high 16 points as Prep Charter held off Parkway Center City, 52-45. Jade Leach contributed 14 points for the Huskies.

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Janiece Ellerbee had 27 points and 15 rebounds as Dobbins handled School of the Future, 50-33.

Boys' Basketball

Jamil Manigo recorded 14 points and 10 rebounds as Bishop McDevitt routed Lansdale Catholic, 65-31.

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Trevor Wall notched 16 points as St. Joseph’s Prep took down Devon Prep, 63-29. Chris Arizin added 14 points for the Hawks.

Trevor Wall, 2nd from left, of St. Joseph�s Prep is mobbed by teammates after hitting the game-winning shot to beat Girard College 58-56 on Dec. 8 , 2017. CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer
Trevor Wall, 2nd from left, of St. Joseph�s Prep is mobbed by teammates after hitting the game-winning shot to beat Girard College 58-56 on Dec. 8 , 2017. CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer

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Steve Payne posted a game-high 25 points in Lower Merion’s 61-49 triumph over Haverford High. Columbia recruit Jack Forrest chipped in 17 points for the Aces while also securing his 1,000th point.

Lower Merion junior wing Jack Forrest.
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Lower Merion junior wing Jack Forrest.

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AJ Mitchell poured in a game-high 35 points as North Penn outlasted Central Bucks East in double overtime, 89-85. Tali McIver contributed 15 points, including two free throws with five seconds left to give the Knights a four-point lead with five seconds left.

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La Salle recruit Christian Ray totaled 36 points and 11 rebounds as Haverford School downed Germantown Academy, 74-46, to remain undefeated at 19-0. Jameer Nelson and Jameel Brown added 14 points apiece for the Fords.

Haverford School's Christian Ray exults after the Fords hit a three-pointer against Roman Catholic in the fourth quarter of the championship game of the Don McBride Classic basketball tournament Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016 at Haverford. Roman went on to win, 66-60.
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Haverford School's Christian Ray exults after the Fords hit a three-pointer against Roman Catholic in the fourth quarter of the championship game of the Don McBride Classic basketball tournament Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016 at Haverford. Roman went on to win, 66-60.

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Jackson Scialanca scored 23 points, including his 1,000th career point, in Dock Mennonite’s 70-46 victory over Christian Academy.

Dock Mennonite guard Jackson Scialanca (middle) tries a reverse layup as he is pursued by Valley Forge Military center Abraham Deng (41) during the overtime period of the Bicentennial Athletic League boys’ basketball championship game Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at Morrisville. Dock went on to win, 51-49. LOU RABITO / Staff
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Dock Mennonite guard Jackson Scialanca (middle) tries a reverse layup as he is pursued by Valley Forge Military center Abraham Deng (41) during the overtime period of the Bicentennial Athletic League boys’ basketball championship game Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at Morrisville. Dock went on to win, 51-49. LOU RABITO / Staff

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Matt Dade led all scorers with 25 points as Episcopal Academy topped Penn Charter, 59-52.

The trapping defense of Kenneth Wilson (left) and Ricardo Monteiro III (right) of Martin Luther King force Matt Dade of Episcopal Academy turn turn the ball over as they come up with a steal in the 1st half at the Pete and Jameer Play-by-Play Classic on Dec. 30, 2016. CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer
The trapping defense of Kenneth Wilson (left) and Ricardo Monteiro III (right) of Martin Luther King force Matt Dade of Episcopal Academy turn turn the ball over as they come up with a steal in the 1st half at the Pete and Jameer Play-by-Play Classic on Dec. 30, 2016. CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer

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Matt Arbogast scored a game-high 16 points as Penncrest defeated Marple Newtown, 57-32. Marquis Tomlin and Malcolm Williams each had 14 points for the Lions.

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Milton Robinson led a balanced Conestoga attack with 15 points in a 58-54 win over Garnet Valley.

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Jack D’Entremont was one of 11 scorers with 13 points as Radnor defeated Springfield Delco, 62-37.

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David Duda and Owen Kropp scored 18 points apiece in Mathacton’s 79-47 victory over Pottstown to improve to 12-2 in the Pioneer Athletic Conference.

Wrestling

Ryan Ponce and Enmanuel Santana each recorded a pin to lift Northeast over Central, 33-32, in the Publicl League final. Ponce and Santana orginally tied the match at 32, but the Vikings came away with an extra point since they had more technical falls.