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Roundup: Bishop Shanahan, West Chester Rustin stay perfect in Ches-Mont

GBB_2015_BS_fileCOATESVILLE – Bishop Shanahan stayed perfect in the Ches-Mont League National Division with a narrow 51-49 decision over Coatesville Thursday night.

Ciara Forde hit a pair of triples en route to 15 points for the Eagles (9-0 league, 16-1 overall), who also got strong offensive efforts from Grace Phillips (13 points), Devon Adams (9) and Kelly Basile (8).

For the Red Raiders (5-3 league), who were fighting uphill all night after falling behind 18-12 in the first quarter, Zada Bookman finished with 14 points, Briana White and Nafisa Saunders dropped 12 each and Demetria Irwin chipped in with 11.

Bishop Shanahan (51) – Forde 15 points, Phillips 13, Adams 9, Basile 8, Powers 2, Maxwell 1, Cox 3

Coatesville (49) – Bookman 14, Saunders 12, White 12, Irwin 11

Bishop Shanahan    18 10 10 13 – 51

Coatesville              12 12 11 14 – 49

 

West Chester Rustin 65, Sun Valley 53 – The American Division leading Golden Knights (9-0) posted a 16-0 shutout in the opening quarter and used that as a springboard to victory.

Noelle Powell had 6 of her 20 points in the first period for Rustin, which saw its advantage shrink to 48-40 after three quarters before closing things out with a 17-13 edge over the final 8 minutes. Katie O’Hare added 15 points and Emily Walls had 9 for the winners.

For the Vanguards (6-3 league), who dropped their second straight and fell one game behind Unionville for second place in the American, Kate Lannan cashed in a game-high 21 points, Madison Corrento hit for 15 and Hannah Turner added 14.

West Chester Rustin (65) – Powell 20 points, O’Hare 15, Zavitsky 2, Casey Warley 6, Courtney Warley 6, Walls 9, Pitts 4, Gallagher 2

Sun Valley (53) – Lannan 21, Corrento 15, Turner 14, Savage 3

WC Rustin   16 15 17 17 – 65

Sun Valley    0  19 21 13 – 53

 

Downingtown West 50, West Chester Henderson 46, OT – The Warriors’ Julie Gawrylowicz sent the game to overtime with a runner in the lane at the 3-second mark of regulation, but it was all for naught as the Whippets posted a 6-2 edge in the extra session to secure the Ches-Mont National win.

Maddie Dew finished with 23 points and Hannah Supplee added 9 to lead Downingtown West (5-4), offsetting the double-figures scoring of Emma Bertrando (13 points) and Gawrylowicz (11) for Henderson (3-6).

WC Henderson (46) – Bertrando 13 points, Gawrylowicz 11, Kneis 8, Maturani 8, Maratea 2, DePrisco 2, Cullinan 2

Downingtown West (50) – Dew 23, Supplee 9, H. Camden 4, M. Camden 2, Schnack 6, Karuso 4, Graham 2

WC Henderson         6  9 14 15  2 – 46

Downingtown West   6 19 13  6  6 – 50

 

Downingtown East 63, West Chester East 38 – Paige Warfel had 12 of her game-high 21 points in the second quarter as the Cougars (7-2) took charge with a 19-6 surge that reversed a 9-7 first-quarter deficit.

Leading 26-15 at the break, Downingtown East upped the advantage to 47-25 with a 21-10 edge in the third quarter. Joining Warfel in double figures for the Cougars were Lindsay Kent and Kaelyn Johns with 11 points each and Laura Ochsner with 10.

For the Vikings (1-7), Holly Hager cashed in 20 points.

Downingtown East (63) – Warfel 21 points, Kent 11, Johns 11, Ochsner 10, Aungst 7, Tyrell 1, Diemes 2

West Chester East (38) – Hager 20, Culbertson 7, Lewis 4, McCloskey 5, Phillips 2

Downingtown East   7 19 21 16 – 63

West Chester East    9  6 10 13 – 38

 

Kennett 38, Great Valley 32 – Jess Hussey poured in 20 points as the Blue Demons (2-7) secured the Ches-Mont American Division win in triple overtime. For the Patriots (4-4), Emilee Kirk fired in 15 points and Ashlyn Smith added 8.

Kennett (38) – Hussey 20 points, Armitage 3, Gallivan 4, Hertz 4, Hill 7

Great Valley (32) – Kirk 15, Smith 8, Porreca 4, Kahn 4, Aker 1

Kennett          8  6  2 10  2  4  6 – 38

Great Valley   3  4  6 13  2  4  0 – 32

 

Unionville 60, Octorara 15 – The Indians (7-2 league, 12-4 overall) won their sixth straight behind an early blitz that produced leads of 15-6 after one quarter, 26-9 at the break and 46-13 heading into the fourth period.

Casey Scheuer finished with 14 points and three triples while Micayla Flores added 12 for Unionville. For the Braves (0-8), Brianna Walter topped the scoring chart with 7.

Unionville (60) – Scheuer 14 points, Flores 12, Covert 2, Detweiler 6, Mason 6, Pancoast 8, Schrof 2, L. Shanahan 4, M. Shanahan 6

Octorara (15) – Walter 7, Daghey 5, Kirk 3

Unionville    15 11 20 14 – 60

Octorara       6   3   4   2 – 15

 

Phoenixville 42, Avon Grove 32 – The Red Devils fell behind 31-20 at the break and never recovered in dropping the nonleague decision. Avon Grove’s Mackenzie Boyer led all scorers with 14 points.

Phoenixville (42) – Anthony 2 5-10 9, Brown 5 3-5 13, Duda 1 2-2 4, Gibbons 1 0-0 2, D. Graham 2 0-0 4, P. Graham 0 0-0 0, Groener 0 0-0 0, Washington 2 5-7 10, Totals 13 15-24 42.

Avon Grove (32) – Boyer 5 4-6 14, Connor 1 0-0 2, Cook 1 0-0 2, Crowell 0 0-0 0, Harper 0 0-0 0, Morton 2 2-2 7, Petone 0 0-0 0, Richardson 0 1-2 1, Rudisill 1 0-0 2, Salley 2 0-1 4, Whiteside 0 0-0 0, Totals 12 7-12 31.

Phoenixville    16 15  4  7 – 42

Avon Grove     11  9  6  6 – 32

3-point goals: Washington, Morton

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