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Roundup: Huston, Torres lift Coatesville; Great Valley stays hot behind Aker, Porreca

DOWNINGTOWN  – Freshman Sarah Huston and Zhariah Torres combined for 23 points as fast-starting Coatesville recorded a 48-44 Ches-Mont League National Division victory over Downingtown West Thursday night.
The Red Raiders (2-3, 6-8) raced in front 16-7 by the end of the first quarter and withstood a late D-West rally that produced a 15-9 edge in the fourth quarter. Heather Camden hit for 12 points and freshman Halle Brown added 11 for the Whippets (1-4, 4-8).
Coatesville (48) – Huston 12, Torres 11, Irwin 8, Dunn-Hogue 9, Brown 5, White 3. Totals 16 10-17 48.
Downingtown West (44) – Camden 12, Brown 11, Couser 6, Nassani 4, Nanni 3, Bednarik 3, Supplee 5. Totals 16 10-18 44.
Coatesville    16 12 11  9 – 48
D-West            7  13  9 15 – 44
3-point goals: Torres 3, Huston, Dunn-Hogue; Supplee, Bednarik
 
Great Valley 50, Sun Valley 36 – The Patriots (4-1, 10-2) bolted out to a 15-6 lead by the end of the first quarter and never looked back in posting the wire-to-wire Ches-Mont American victory.
Stephanie Aker hit for 15 points and Christina Porreca added 11 for Great Valley, offsetting the double-figures scoring of Lauren Vitale (13) and Kate Lannon (11) for the Vanguards (2-3). A junior center, Lannon is now just 8 points shy of 1,000 points for her career.
Great Valley (50) – Aker 15, C. Porreca 11, A. Porreca 8, Campetti 6, Buzan 5, Smith 5. Totals 19 9-13 50.
Sun Valley (36) – Vitale 13, Lannon 11, Jacyzyn 8, Howley 3, Giannakarios 1.
Great Valley   15   8 15 12 – 50
Sun Valley       6   6 13 11 – 36
3-point goals: A. Porreca 2, Buzan; Lannon, Vitale
 
Oxford 40, Kennett 39 – The Hornets (2-3, 7-5) got 13 points from Hannah Bahls and 11 from Emily Shallow in recording the Ches-Mont American decision. For the Blue Demons (2-3, 9-4), who have dropped three straight, Jess Hussey cashed in 13 points and Caroline Hertz added 12.
Oxford (40) – Bahls 13, Shallow 11, Hennessey 6, Porretta 5, D’Aquanno 3, Williams 2. Totals 13 6-14 40.
Kennett (39) – J. Hussey 13, Hertz 12, Prestianne 9, Houck 4, A. Hussey 1. Totals 11 14-22 39.
Oxford     8  8 15   9 – 40
Kennett   6  7 14 12 – 39
3-point goals: Bahls 3, Shallow; Prestianne, Hertz
 
Henderson 61, West Chester East 44 – Jenna Maratea cashed in 15 points to lead four double-figures scorers for the Warriors (4-1, 7-5) in their Ches-Mont National verdict.
Also for Henderson, which turned a 34-19 halftime lead into a 49-26 cushion heading into the fourth quarter, Julie Gawrylowicz, Grace Ferguson and Emma Bertrando had 10 points each.
The Vikings (0-5 league) were led by Marissa McDonald with 12 points and Kaitlin Boyle and Lexy Hartman with 10 apiece.
Henderson (61) – Maratea 15, Ferguson 10, Gawrylowicz 10, Bertrando 10, Webb 2, Thompson 4, Smith 2, Shea 6, Kneis 2. Totals 26 6-17 61.
WC East (44) – McDonald 12, Hartman 10, Boyle 10, Culbertson 6, Lewis 4, Phillips 2. Totals 18 7-16 44.
Henderson  15 19 15 12 – 61
WC East        8  11  7  18 – 44
3-point goals: Maratea, Gawrylowicz, Bertrando, Culbertson
 
Bishop Shanahan 69, Avon Grove 25 – The undefeated Eagles (6-0, 11-0) blew out to leads of 22-4 after one quarter and 36-11 by halftime in the process of securing the easy Ches-Mont National victory.
Courtney Warley finished with 14 points to lead Shanahan, which had 12 players get into the scoring column including Jen Sendi with 9 and Sammie McCarter and Ciara Forde with 8 apiece. For the Red Devils (1-4, 2-7), Katie Lengel led the way with 9 points.
Avon Grove (25) – Lengel 9, Smida 7, Cook 4, Vanscirer 3, Day 2. Totals 9 4-7 25.
Bishop Shanahan (69) – Warley 14, Sendi 9, McCarter 8, forde 8, Weir 3, Harlan 2, Kelly 4, Marchese 4, Phillips 2, Maxwell 2, DeSimone 1, Adams 6, Bailey 6. Totals 23 11-16 69.
Avon Grove     4   7   8   6 – 25
Shanahan      22 14 19 14 – 69
3-point goals: Smida; Marchese, McCarter, Sendl, Weir
 
Downingtown East 55, Unionville 30 – Katelyn Crum and Paige Warfel collected 10 points each as the Cougars (5-1, 7-4) notched the wire-to-wire nonleague victory in convincing fashion. The Indians (3-3, 5-6), who never recovered after falling behind 16-9 after one quarter and 29-14 at the break, were led by Sam Pancoast’s double-double that included 10 points and 13 rebounds..
Downingtown East (55) – K. Crum 10, Warfel 10, Aungst 9, Kent 8, Ochsner 7, Tyrell 6, E. Crum 1, Welker 4. Totals 19 14-18 55.
Unionville (30) – Pancoast 10, Shanahan 8, G. Schrof 6, R. Schrof 3, Covert 2, Detweiler 1. Totals 10 9-14 30.
D-East         16 13 16  10 – 55
Unionville   9    5    8   8 –  30
3-point goals: K. Crum 3, Aungst; R. Schrof
 
Rustin 60, Octorara 10 – Maggie O’Hara fueled a 22-2 first-quarter run with 14 of her game-high 18 points to lift the Golden Knights (4-0, 5-6) to the Ches-Mont American romp. Hailey Justice’s 4 points topped the Braves (0-5).
Rustin (60) – O’Hara 18, Gallagher 8, Eller 8, Barkman 5, Cleveland 4, Griesemer 2, Kelleghan 2, Nelson 2, Polidor 3, Zavitsky 3, Gatto 2, Insranato 2
Octorara (10) – Justice 4, Falls 2, Dyer 2, Himelright 2
Rustin     22  12 14 12 – 60
Octorara  2    4   0   4 –  10  
3-point goals: Eller, Zavitsky
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