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Whitfield helps Sun Valley to first league win in three years

Aliceia Whitfield poured in 24 points and freshman Rory Tiedeman hit four key free throws late as Sun Valley defeated Kennett, 46-38 in overtime to claim its first Ches-Mont League victory in three years.

Tiedeman went 4-for-6 from the line in the extra period while Whitfield hit a pair to close things out for the Vanguards, who shot 17-for-25 from the charity stripe. Freshman Jaina Preuhs drilled two three-pointers in the win.

In the Del Val League:

Penn Wood 69, Interboro 41 >> Jada Hutt had 11 points and 13 rebounds while Xenia Gillis had 13 points and 17 rebounds in a dominant win for the Patriots, who led by 25 points heading into the final quarter. Ashley Cyrus scored 16 points and La’Shonda Smith chipped in 12 points for Penn Wood.

Madison Diehl had six points for the Bucs.

Academy Park 75, Chester 25 >> Sierra Thomas (21 points) was one of three players to score in double figures for the Knights along with Lashay Jackson (15) and Jereiah Martin (10). Thomas also nailed six three-pointers and Semaji Young hit a pair from deep.

Samantha Farrington had seven points and Natonya Taylor added six points for the Clippers.

In the Philadelphia Catholic League:

Bonner-Prendergast 57, Archbishop Ryan 27 >> Alexis Eagan hit three three-pointers on her way to 15 points and Bridie McCann had two triples while finishing 13 points for the Pandas (8-10, 2-8). Emma Beaty had 12 points for Bonner-Prendergast, which built a 20-point advantage at the break.

In the Inter-Ac:

Germantown Academy 35, Academy of Notre Dame 30 >> Allie Lynch had 12 points and shot 3-for-4 from the free-throw line while Maeve McErlane scored 10 for the Irish, who only trailed by two heading into the fourth.

Episcopal Academy 38, Agnes Irwin 16 >> Cara Hearty led the way with 13 points including three makes from behind the arc and Caroline McCreary added eight points for the Churchwomen (10-8, 5-3). Raeleen Keffer-Scharpf had six points for Episcopal Academy.

Katie Anderson knocked down two three-pointers and finish with 11 points for the Owls.

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