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Smith powers Penn Wood past Academy Park

La’Shonda Smith poured in 20 points and had five steals to help Penn Wood to a 63-57 triumph over Academy Park in the first of two meetings between the reigning Del Val League co-champions.

Xenia Gillis recorded a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds, while Ashley Cyrus supplied 10 four, five assists and four steals for the Patriots.

Sierra Thomas netted 18 points on six 3-pointers for the Knights, and Lashay Jackson added 16.

Interboro 48, Chichester 27 >> Madison Diehl amassed 14 points and nine steals, while Aniya Boland posted 12 points, 11 rebounds and six steals for the Bucs, who outscored the host Eagles, 31-11, in the second half.

Daejaha Bazemore led the way for the Chi with 11 points.

In the Catholic League:

Archbishop Carroll 60, West Catholic 46 >> Karli Dougherty had all 12 of her points in the second half, spurring the Patriots to a come-from-behind win.

Erin Sweeney dropped a game-high 22 points and Grace O’Neill tossed in 19 in the victory.

Cardinal O’Hara 45, Archbishop Ryan 25 >> The Lions pulled away with a 19-7 run in the second period. Siobhan Boylan and Maggie Doogan led a balanced scoring attack with 11 points, and Sydni Scott chipped in with eight.

In nonleague action:

Notre Dame 52, Bonner-Prendergast 25 >> The visiting Irish limited the Pandas to eight points in the second half.

Allie Lynch produced 18 points and Maeve McErlane finished with 16. Izzy Casale added eight for the winners.

Alexis Eagan led Prendie with nine points.

In the Catholic Academies League:

Nazareth 42, Sacred Heart 37 >> Kayleigh Doyle finished with 13 points and Carina Fichera added nine for the Lions, who held a six-point lead at halftime.

Nazareth’s Maria D’Aulerio produced 21 of her 23 points in the final two quarters.

In the Inter-Ac League:

Penn Charter 59, Episcopal Academy 38 >> Riley Cassidy produced a team-high nine points for the Churchwomen.



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