Lanzone’s career game sparks Radnor

Allison Lanzone was a major force in the low post as Radnor cruised to a 56-37 nonleague victory over Interboro.

The junior forward grabbed 10 rebounds to go with a career-high 23 points. The Raiders ended the game on a 26-3 run.

Kristin Hamill checked in with 17 points and seven rebounds for Radnor, which survived a shaky night from the foul line (13-of-28).

Gina McNamee led the Bucs in defeat with 13 points.

In other nonleague games:

Friends’ Central 37, Episcopal Academy 31 >> The Churchwomen (3-2) allowed a three-point halftime lead fall by the wayside when Friends’ Central outscored the visitors, 14-5, in the third quarter.

Luca Mamula, who was 7-of-8 from the foul line, netted a team-high 13 points for Episcopal.

Phil-Mont Christian 49, Christian Academy 28 >> The Crusaders kept last year’s PIAA Class A semifinalist at bay after eight minutes, trailing by only a point. In the second quarter, the visiting Falcons seized control.

Tracey Goodman poured in a game-high 23 points to pace Phil-Mont, which outscored the Crusaders, 19-4, in the second stanza. Lindsay Haseltine netted 12 points for TCA (4-2) in the losing cause.

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