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Richardson, Hartman lead West Chester East to PW tourney final; Smuda, Williams spark Downingtown East

West Chester East 44, Harriton 38 – The Vikings advanced to the championship game at the Plymouth Whitemarsh Holiday Tournament behind Mackenzie Richardson’s 17 points and Lexy Hartman’s 10 Friday. WC East draws the host Colonials for the tourney title Saturday at 4 pm.
WC East (44) – Richardson 17, Doyle 2, Wahn 4, Klieber 5, McDonald 6, Hartman 10
Harriton (38) – Brown 15, Calhoun 12, Louca 2, Burns 3, Wilcox 2, Short 4
WC East            14  8  8 14 – 44
Harriton           13  7   3 15 – 38
3-point goals: Calhoun, Burns
 
Downingtown East 42, Neshaminy 38 – The Cougars (6-2) earned the consolation round victory at the Wildwood Boardwalk Classic behind Bella Smuda’s 14 points, Olivia Williams’ 11 and Erin Phelan’s 9.
D-East (42) – McFillin 4, Campbell 1, Tyrell 3, Smuda 14, Williams 11, Phelan 9
Neshaminy (38) – Mullin 11, Harvey 6, Curley 8, Cowlick 2, Scott 1, Angel 10
D-East               7  7 12 16 – 42
Neshaminy       3 14  7 14 – 38
 
Pope John Paul II 93, Coatesville 73 – Freshman center Neveyah Chester led all scorers with 34 points but it wasn’t enough as the Red Raiders dropped the consolation round game at the Boyertown Bears Holiday Tournament. Shyne Boggs added 14 points for Coatesville, which never recovered after falling behind 28-9 in the opening quarter.
PJP (93) – Owens 3 8-9 14, Viney 0 0-0 0, Shannon 1 1-2 3, Thaxton 0 0-0 0, Bustynowicz 3 2-2 8, Mesaros 4 5-5 13, Ciuba 3 10-10 17, Cotellese 1 0-0 2, Cobaugh 0 2-2 2, Rapchinski 8 5-7 21, Sylvester 5 2-2 13, Totals 28 35-39 93.
Coatesville (73) – Ellzy 0 5-7 5, Chester 14 4-5 34, Washington 0 0-2 0, Boggs 6 2-4 14, Huston 1 4-4 6, Bermudez 2 2-2 7, Powell 2 1-1 5, Peoples 1 0-0 2. Totals 26 18-25 73.
PJP                  28 20 18 27 – 93
Coatesville      9  21  20 23 – 73
3-point goals: Sylvester, Ciuba; Chester 2, Bermudez
 
Rustin 52, Pemberton (NJ) 42 – Maggie O’Hare cashed in a game-high 27 points and Grace Polona chipped in with 10 to lead the Golden Knights to victory at the Wildwood Boardwalk Classic.
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