Mahya Woodton was honored before Saturday’s Academy Park game for scoring her 1,000th career point in December. The senior certainly knows how to celebrate.
Woodton had a career game even by her lofty standards, pouring in 41 points to lead the Knights to a 65-57 nonleague girls basketball win over Upper Darby.
Woodton added 23 rebounds, eight steals, six assists and five blocks in a do-everything, dominant performance.
Riley Street and Taylor Flores added eight points apiece for AP.
Emma Blewett led Upper Darby with 22 points.
In other nonleague action:
Sacred Heart 61, Delco Christian 25 >> Kayleigh Doyle poured in a career-high 15 points to go with five steals and five assists, and Eileen Piombino supplied 21 points to lead the Lions (7-6) to victory. Kyra Quigley approached a double-double with nine points and 12 rebounds.
Shirley Piotrowski’s eight points paced DC.
Pottsgrove 52, Sun Valley 27 >> Maddie Michael and Maya Jacyszyn scored seven points apiece in the road setback for the Vanguards.
Great Valley 50, Chester 25 >> Shaymoni DeShields scored seven points, Ceyrah Williams and Monique Colbert tallied six each and Colbert added 14 rebounds for the Clippers (3-6).
W.C. Henderson 42, Penncrest 30 >> Grace Harding tallied a season-high 21 points, but the Lions (7-7) couldn’t overcome a sluggish start that resulted in a 17-1 deficit after one quarter.
In the Central League:
Radnor 40, Conestoga 39 >> The Radnor defense held the Pioneers without a point for 12 minutes to start the second half, then held on as Conestoga scored the game’s final seven points to edge out a huge home victory.
Ellie Mueller and Brienne Williams led the way with 12 points apiece, Williams supplying 10 of hers in the first half. Radnor (6-4, 4-3) pitched a shutout in the third quarter but scored just five points in the frame.