Coach Frank Ridpath earned victory No. 250 at Sun Valley with a 62-38 romp past Octorara in a Ches-Mont League girls basketball game Tuesday night.
Kate Lannon posted a double-double with 19 points and 13 rebounds for the Vanguards (4-9). Maddie Michael enjoyed her best game as a varsity player, scoring a career-high 17 points.
Ridpath, who previously coached the Penn Wood boys team before arriving at Sun Valley, is in his 17th season with the Vanguards.
In the Del Val League:
Academy Park 51, Interboro 46 >> The Knights (5-9 overall, 2-0 league) and Bucs (6-7, 1-1) combined to score 43 points in the second quarter as Interboro took a three-point lead into halftime. AP outscored the hosts, 27-19, the rest of the way.
Riley Street had 19 points and Mahya Woodton tossed in 13 for the Knights. Amber Seamen had five 3-pointers for 15 points and Riley Szatny netted 10 points off the bench for the Bucs.
Chester 41, Chichester 23 >> Clayshonia Cogman powered the Clippers (4-8, 1-2) with 16 points and 11 boards. Shod’Deah Kelly added nine points and Myah Phillips contributed five points and six steals. Monique Colbert grabbed a game-high 15 rebounds.
Lauren Carrafa paced the Eagles with 16 points.
In the Inter-Ac League:
Episcopal Academy 51, Agnes Irwin 17 >> Elodie Furey scored all eight of her points in the opening quarter and finished with 10 rebounds and three blocks for the Churchwomen (9-6, 6-0). Kathleen Anderson scored a game-high 10 points.
Germantown Academy 41, Notre Dame 30 >> Casey Walsh had 10 points and five rebounds for the Irish, who shot just 25 percent from the field. Mandy McGurk added eight points, five rebounds and four assists.
In the Bicentennial League:
Christian Academy 47, Faith Christian 24 >> Grace Gormley (16 points, seven rebounds), Danay Cooks-Green (14 points) and Lindsay Haseltine (13 points, six steals, six blocks) helped the Crusaders roll to their 12th win.
In the Catholic Academies:
Mount St. Joseph’s 47, Sacred Heart 18 >> The Lions (8-5, 0-3) had a difficult time against the Mount after scoring the first four points of the game. Kyra Quigley was 4-for-7 from the field for a team-high eight points and Eileen Piombino chipped in with seven.