Adrianna Hahn poured in 29 points as Ursuline broke open a tie game in the fourth and rolled to a 65-55 victory over Wilson (Pa.) on Sunday in the Diamond State Classic at the St. E Center.
The Raiders (4-2), ranked second in Delaware, advanced to play Coeur D’Alene (Idaho) for fifth place in the Saint Francis Healthcare Cup, the tournament’s national bracket, at 11:15 a.m. today. Wilson will meet Central Dauphin (Pa.) in the seventh-place game at 9:30 a.m. today.
Hahn, a junior who has committed to Villanova, scored at least six points in every quarter. The game was tied at 44 entering the final period, but Hahn hit two 3-pointers and four free throws to spark the Raiders.
The Patriots scored all five points in overtime to win the third-place game of the Delaware Cup.John Carroll (Md.) 56, Tatnall 51 (OT):
Marta Moix scored 15 for John Carroll, while Dooryia Kane added 13 and Rita Watson contributed 11. Tatnall rallied from a 44-33 deficit to tie in the final quarter but couldn’t score in the extra period. The Hornets (2-4) got a game-high 26 points from Erin Dodds.
Dajah Logan scored 17 points, and the Eagles (8-1) withstood a barrage of 11 3-pointers from the Pioneers to advance to the title game of the Saint Francis Healthcare Cup, the tournament’s national bracket.McDonogh School (Md.) 62, Oregon City (Ore.) 59:
Maya Wynn and Brianna Jacobs added 12 points each for McDonogh, which will meet tournament host St. Elizabeth for the title at 5:30 tonight.
Brittany Tackett and Sydney Williams combined for 29 points to lead the Vikings to an easy victory in a Saint Francis Healthcare Cup consolation game.Coeur d’Alene (Idaho) 70, Central Dauphin (Pa.) 46: