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Girls Basketball: Bader’s work off bench a winner for Radnor

Maddie Bader made three 3-point baskets and scored a team-high 10 points off the bench to help Radnor win its second in a row with a 46-33 decision over Upper Darby.

A balanced offense keyed Radnor to victory. Margaret Mooney, Sally Austen, Ava Gummel and Paige Yurchak each scored six points. Cierra Hopson totaled four points, 11 rebounds, three steals and two blocks. Katie Deshan added four points, three rebounds and two assists.

Aubrey Ennis paced the host Royals with nine points. Rachel Fitzpatrick netted all seven of her points in the fourth quarter.

Elsewhere in the Central League:

Haverford 27, Harriton 24 >> Stingy defense and clutch foul shooting down the stretch propelled the Fords past the Rams.

Addison Brodnik hit a pair of foul shots with 10 seconds left to put the Fords ahead by three points. Lexi Calhoun’s 3-point attempt as time expired was off the mark.

Caroline Dotsey was the high scorer for Haverford with eight points. Brodnik and Mollie Carpenter scored seven points apiece.

Annie Aspesi led Harriton with eight points.

Ridley 54, Strath Haven 41 >> Kylie McNicholas buoyed the Green Raiders with a game-high 15 points. Amirah King had 10 points, Lindsay Boyd drilled three 3-pointers for nine points and Shannen Hinchey added eight.

Anna Myers-Maloney led the Panthers with 15 points. Danielle McNeely chipped in 10.

Marple Newtown 38, Garnet Valley 27 >> Haley Levy powered the Tigers with a game-high 11 points. Mary O’Brien tossed in nine points and Nikki Mostardi had seven.

Jess Brewer registered seven points and seven rebounds for the Jaguars. Alivia Scerba netted six points and Carly DiSabatino produced five points and four steals.

In the Inter-Ac League:

Germantown Academy 61, Episcopal Academy 42 >> Gaeli Keffer-Scharpf led EA with 13 points and Riley Cassidy scored nine.

GA was paced by four players in double figures. Jessica Moore tallied a game-high 16 points.

In the Ches-Mont League:

Oxford 36, Sun Valley 27 >> The Vanguards battled the entire way, but remain in search of their first win of the season. Freshman Olivia Hoy had the best game of her young high school career with 16 points in the losing cause. Melana Timmes added nine points for the Vanguards.

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