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Ridley girls win annual March on Hunger game

Ridley and Interboro played for a great cause Monday.

In advance of their nonleague match-up, the Green Raiders and Bucs spearheaded a canned food drive as part of the schools’ March on Hunger fundraising efforts.

Local United States Army Reserve soldiers and Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets joined the teams in a pregame shootaround, then filled their rucksacks to deliver the food to Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry in Prospect Park.

Brenna Harrison scored 10 points and Danielle Siminster added a career-high eight points to lead Ridley to a 68-41 victory. Shannen Hinchey (eight points), Lindsey Boyd (seven) and Madison Chapman (six) also contributed for the Green Raiders (7-9).

Madison Diehl netted a game-high 18 points for the Bucs (2-15), while Khamani Jackson finished with 11 points.

In other nonleague action:

Archbishop Carroll 46, North Penn 29 >> Erin Sweeney led the Patriots to victory over a perennial District 1 powerhouse. The junior scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed five rebounds.

Harlem Jennings added eight points and Mary DeSimone six for Carroll (11-5). Grace O’Neill came away with five steals and Karli Dougherty hauled in five rebounds.

Chester Charter SA 51, Glasgow 17 >> Logan Handy scored 21 points and D’Ayzha Atkinson posted a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds as the Sabers (13-1) won their 13th straight game. Ceyrah Williams had a stellar all-around night with six points, 10 assists, seven rebounds, three steals and four blocks.



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