Fisher scores 39 as Strath Haven wins in four OTs

Strath Haven’s Katie Fisher may need some ice for her shooting arm.

Fisher shot 18-for-26 from the free throw line, many in overtime, and scored a career high 39 points as the Panthers outlasted Haverford in four extra sessions, 76-73, Tuesday night.

The loss snapped Haverford’s 11-game winning streak.

Rachel Vresilovic added 18 points and Bridget Sherry 11 for Strath Haven. Rosie O’Halloran tallied 26 points and Mollie Reynolds 23 for Haverford.

Springfield 44, Upper Darby 42: Mairead McGillian walked to the free throw line with 20 seconds left and a chance to give the Cougars and first-year coach Kylynn McNichol the first victory of her coaching career

McGillian was money.

McGillian drilled two free throws to give the Cougars a five-point lead and Springfield held on to beat Upper Darby. Maggie O’Connell led the Cougars with 20 points and four assists. Amanda Hopkins added 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Marple Newtown 54, Conestoga 47: Rylee Power hit two free throws with four seconds left in regulation to tie it and then tallied seven of 11 points in overtime to give the Tigers (10-3, 6-2) the win. Power scored 14 of her 20 points in the fourth quarter and overtime.

Freshman Olivia Young shot 5-for-7 from the field and finished with 15 points. Carley Hamilton added 11 points, 10 rebounds and five blocked shots.

Radnor 50, Ridley 41: The Raiders held the Green Raiders to three points in the third quarter. Kristin Hamill paced the Radnor offense with 11 points. Nicole Massimino and Rachel Razavi chipped in with 10 points each.

Jalessa Rodriguez paced Ridley (6-7, 2-8) with 16 points.

Garnet Valley 50, Penncrest 24: Macy Goldbach did it all with seven points, eight rebounds, three assists, two blocked shots and one steal for the Jaguars (12-1, 8-0). Jordan Ireland added six points, five steals and two assists, while Maddie Ireland paced the offense with 13 points.

Corinne Mulhearn led Penncrest with seven points.

In the Inter-Ac League

Episcopal Acadmey 34, Baldwin 32: If you had to put together a list of the key player in Episcopal Academy’s thrilling come-from-behind victory over Baldwin it would be rather lengthy.

First, there was Meghan Pickell, who tied the game with 30 seconds left and won it on a pull-up jump with just two ticks remaining as the Churchwomen (9-3 overall, 3-1 Inter-Ac) came all the way back from an 11-point deficit in the third quarter.

Then there was Margaux Paolino, who’s 3-pointer got EA within a point. And let’s not forget Maria Kilcullen, whose steal with 11 seconds left led to Pickell’s winner.

Five players scored in the fourth quarter as EA erased a six-point deficit. Kilcullen led the way with 10 points. Paolino, Pickell, Elodie Furey and Dylan Higgins pitched in with six points each to help the Churchwomen snap a two-game losing streak.

In the Del Val League:

Academy Park 47, Interboro 37: The Knights clamped down on defense in the second and third quarters to get past Interboro.

The Knights held the Bucs to nine points in those period to take a 37-24 lead into the fourth quarter. Mahya Woodton and Raven-mont Kemper led the way with 13 points each. Gina McNamee led Interboro with 11 points.

In the Bicentennial League:

Faith Christian 43, Delco Christian 41: A 14-point halftime deficit was too much to overcome as Delco Christian dropped a decision to Faith Christian. It was DC’s second straight loss and third setback in four games.

Paige Thompson paced the Knights (7-5, 5-3) with 12 points.

In the Tri-State Christian Conference:

The Christian Academy 58, Kings Christian 6: TCA scored the first 20 points and never looked back in a victory over Kings Christian.

Danay Cooks-Green paced the offense with 18 points. She also grabbed six rebounds. Zoey Zhang chipped in with 12 points. Krystal Mason added eight points and eight points. Carli Sitkowski and Madison Dutton had eight points each for the Crusaders (6-3, 4-1).

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