Hawks' Lenahan hits 1,000 career points

Hawks' Lenahan hits 1,000 career points


Hawks' Lenahan hits 1,000 career points


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.

Tri- County

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.


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