With Morgan Lenahan paving the way, Haddon Township High School rolled past Overbrook 56-33 in a Colonial Conference girls’ basketball game on Wednesday.
Lenahan, a junior point guard, scored a game high 16-points, finishing the game with an even 1,000 points for her career. Lenahan netted her milestone point on a fourth quarter free throw.
Alayxiah Carr and Sarah Getzinger both scored ten points for the Hawks, ranked No. 10 in the Courier-Post Top 15.
• Sterling 54, Paulsboro 25: The No. 12 Silver Knights (19-3) were lead by Ke’ahilani Naone-Carter who scored 14 points and Dominique Budd who chipped in with 11 points. Alexus McKeithan had double-double for the Red Raiders, scoring 16 points and hauling in 21 rebounds.
• Woodbury 40, Audubon 30: Taylor Graham with 14 points and Zeaenna Brackett with 13 points sparked the Thundering Herd.
• Haddon Heights 49, Collingswood 36: Ashley Reynolds had a game high 22 points and snared 16 rebounds and blocked a shot, while Jynazha Davis had 15 points and six rebounds for the Garnets (15-7).
• Shawnee 63, Cherry Hill West 14: Nikola Williams netted 16 points and Jennifer Byrne chipped in with 15 points as ten players scored for the No. 3 Renegades. Williams had six rebounds while Taylor Ryan had nine points, nine rebounds, four assists and four steals for Shawnee (19-2).
• Lenape 54, Eastern 32: The No. 4 Indians (19-2) kept Eastern (0-22) out of the win column behind Maddie Sims who had a game-high 19 points and Alex Seedes who added 11 points.
• Woodrow Wilson 62, Bishop Eustace 55 : Ly’ayshia Stevens poured in 30 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, had two steals and two blocks, while Ciarah Bennett had 14 points and four steals, for the No. 6 Tigers. Stevens scored 14 of Wilson’s 20 points in the second quarter.
• Cherry Hill East 44, Washington Twp 39: Freshman Nicole Hammerquist netted a game-high 11 points and Yamalis Villegas had ten points and four assists for the Cougars. Zoe Peterzel chipped in with seven points and seven rebounds for Cherry Hill East.
• Pennsville 44, Salem 39: The Eagles (5-15), behind the scoring of Laura Esham an Alyssa Whipkey, outscored Salem 28-15 in the second half to claim the win. Esham finished the game with 14 points, while Whipkey had 13 points to go along with her 12 rebounds.
• Delsea 48, Schalick 29: Haley Parks popped in 23 points as the Crusaders (18-4) took a 28-10 lead and never looked back.
• Gloucester 56, Wildwood 30: The Lions (19-2) were led by Nikki Velez who netted 15 points, Makenzi Cooper with 12 points, and Kylee Hirst who scored 11 points.
• Deptford 57, Woodstown 19: Cheyenne Clark scored 15 poins and gathered in 21 rebounds, while Ayriana Steele scored seven points and pulled down 14 rebounds for the Spartans. Immane Bussie netted a game-high 16 points for Deptford.
• Cinnaminson 43, Holy Cross 38: Caitlyn Kollar had 15 points and Marisa DiLeo scored 11 points for the Pirates. Cassy Skelton led all scorers with 18 points for the Lancers.
• Florence 45, Maple Shade 17: The Flashes cruised behind 11 points from Claudia Cosenzo and ten points from Michelle Taylor.
• Burlington City 68, Medford Tech 22: Jada Atchison popped in 22, including 18 points from beyond the three-point arc, to lead the Blue Devils.
• Riverside 35, Palmyra 16: After a sluggish first half, the Rams offense got rolling, scoring 25 second half points as Lyndsay Micucci finished with a game-high 12 points.
• Lower Cape May 75, Bridgeton 48: Lauren Holden ripped the nets for 27 points, Madison Gibson tallied 22 points, and Rian Young and Ariel Magee both scored 11 points for the No. 11 Tigers (22-1). Destiny Thompson supplied the offense for the Bulldogs, scoring 24 points and grabbing 20 rebounds in a losing cause.