Pottstown 52, Harry S. Truman 42 >> Ebony Reddick hit for a game-high 22 points to key the Trojans’ non-league victory over Harry S. Truman.
Reddick was one of three Pottstown players to hit double figures, the trio fueling its rebound from a 9-4 first-quarter deficit to a 19-17 halftime lead. Emmy Wolfel added 13 points and Riley Owens 10.
Daniel Boone 55, Brandywine Heights 38 >> Madison Spitko went 11-for-11 at the line en route to a game-high 21 points as the Blazers handled the Bullets in a non-divisional pairing of Berks Conference member schools.
Kaylie Walker and Courtney Gabbert also scored in double figures, each collecting 11 points for Boone as it outscored Brandywine by nine in the third quarter to take a solid 17-point lead.
Pottsgrove 55, Oley Valley 28 >> Sierra Potts scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Falcons past the Lynx in non-conference play.
Riley Simon followed with 13 points while Summer Walker had seven as Pottsgrove took a 27-8 lead into the half.
Souderton 54, Methacton 28 >> Sydney Tornetta was the bright spot for the Warriors in their non-league loss to the Big Red.
Tornetta led the way for Methacton (1-2) with her 11-point production. Jill Zerbe added another six points to the Warriors’ offense.
Phoenixville 58, Collegium Charter 29 >> Peyton Graham’s big individual showing was key to the Phantoms doubling up Collegium Charter in their non-league contest.
Graham had 14 points, seven steals and six rebounds to help Phoenixville (2-0) open a 26-8 lead in the first half, prior to the locals outscoring their guests in the second half by a 32-21 margin. Hannah Sands chipped in with six points and six assists while Ameerah Green added 13 points.
Owen J. Roberts 52, Interboro 34 >> Olivia LeClaire earned game scoring honors while leading the Wildcats in their non-league victory over Interboro.
LeClaire hit for 15 points, one of only two players to reach double figures. Diana Rantz had another nine points, all coming from 3-point range, as did Brooke Greenawald.
Central Bucks East 44, Perkiomen Valley 33 >> Bailey McManus scored 23 points, including five 3-poiners, to lead the Patriots past the Vikings in non-league play.
Megan Jonassen scored 13 points for PV, with Taylor Hamm contributing another 11 points.
Upper Perkiomen 30, Quakertown 26 >> Sierra Kelly scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Tribe to a non-conference win over Quakertown.
Kelly scored 12 points in the second half, during which Upper Perk outscored its visitors 22-18. Kaitlyn Mundy added 11 points in the win with eight points in the second half. Hannah LaBonge led Quakertown with eight points.
Great Valley 47, Norristown 21 >> The Eagles were outscored by the Patriots in all four quarters on the way to a non-conference loss.
Georgia Werkiser paced Norristown with 11 points whiloe Beyonce Collins finished with eight points.
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