Girls basketball: Championship Week scoreboard

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Championship Week gave fans everything it could have ever asked for, so recapture every moment from this year’s Section 1 girls basketball championships. Below are the scores, game story, photo gallery and video links from every girls basketball game played at the Westchester County Center this week:

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The Westchester County Center will host the Section 1 basketball tournament semifinals and finals from Feb. 22-28, 2016.

The Westchester County Center will host the Section 1 basketball tournament semifinals and finals from Feb. 22-28, 2016.

SCOREBOARD AND SCHEDULE

Thursday, Feb. 25

Class A semifinal: Rye 37, Pearl River 31
Class A semifinal: Ursuline 48, Albertus Magnus 45
Class AA semifinal: North Rockland 56, John Jay-East Fishkill 45
Class AA semifinal: Ossining 86, New Rochelle 54

Friday, Feb. 26

Class B semifinal: Woodlands 45, Putnam Valley 35
Class B semifinal: Irvington 44, Valhalla 35

Saturday, Feb. 27

Class C semifinal: Haldane 48, Hamilton 32
Class C semifinal: Keio 46, North Salem 31

Sunday, Feb. 28

Class AA final: Ossining 77, North Rockland 60
Class A final: Rye 63, Ursuline 47

Monday, Feb. 29

Class C final: Haldane 50, Keio 24
Class B final: Irvington 77, Woodlands 68

GAME RECAPS

Thursday, Feb. 25

Class A semifinal

Rye 37, Pearl River 31: At the Westchester County Center, Katie Popp scored 16 of her 18 points in the second half as the Garnets advanced past the Pirates into the Class A final. Rye had previously been eliminated in the semifinals in each of the last two years before prevailing Thursday night. The Garnets held Pearl River scoreless in the fourth quarter. No. 3 Rye will play top-seeded Ursuline for the title Sunday at 5 p.m.

Game story: Popp’s big second half sparks Rye’s comeback win over Pearl River​
Photo gallery: Rye defeats Pearl River in girls Class A semifinal
Video:Rye defeats Pearl River

Class A semifinal

Ursuline 48, Albertus Magnus 45: At the Westchester County Center, the top-seeded Koalas erased a 13-point deficit to dethrone the defending champion Falcons. Katie McLoughlin erupted for 31 points and 22 rebounds in the win. Albertus Magnus got off a potential game-tying 3-pointer, but it hit off the rim with 2.7 seconds left. Mairead Durkin and Dani LaRochelle paced the Falcons with 15 and 14 points, respectively. Ursuline will play No. 3 Rye for the title Sunday at 5 p.m.

Game story:McLoughlin carries Ursuline into Class A final
Photo gallery: Ursuline defeated Albertus Magnus 48-45​
Video:Ursuline defeats Albertus Magnus

Class AA semifinal

North Rockland 56, John Jay-East Fishkill 45: At the Westchester County Center, freshman Jaida Patrick scored a team-high 17 points to lead the second-seeded Red Raiders to their first section final since 2001, and their first ever in Class AA. Manhattan-bound senior guard Gabby Cajou added 15 points, including 10 in the second half. North Rockland will face top-seeded Ossining in the final Sunday at 2 p.m.

Game story:Patrick leads North Rockland into Class AA final​
Photo gallery:North Rockland defeats John Jay-East Fishkill 56-45
Video:Highlights of North Rocklands 56-45 win over John Jay East Fishkill

Class AA semifinal

Ossining 86, New Rochelle 54: At the Westchester County Center, forwards Shadeen Samuels and Aubrey Griffin combined for 56 points in the Pride’s rout of fourth-seeded New Rochelle. Samuels missed most of the second half after getting into foul trouble. The top-seeded Pride will play No. 2 North Rockland for the title Sunday at 2 p.m.

Game story: Samuels, Griffin lead Ossining to Class AA final
Photo gallery: Ossining beat New Rochelle 86-54 in AA semi
Video:Ossining advances past New Rochelle

Friday, Feb. 26

Class B semifinal

Woodlands 45, Putnam Valley 35: At the Westchester County Center, freshman Teisha Hyman returned from a leg cramp to spark the third-seeded Falcons to a semifinal win. Tigers sophomore point guard Maria Tomais left the game after the first quarter with a right wrist injury and was taken to the hospital after the game for an x-ray exam. Woodlands will play No. 1 Irvington for the Class B title Monday at 7 p.m.

Game story: Hyman’s return leads Woodlands back to ‘B’ final
Photo gallery:Woodlands defeats Putnam Valley 45-35 in Class B semifinal​
Video:Highlights of Woodlands win over Putnam Valley Class B semifinals

Class B semifinal

Irvington 44, Valhalla 35: At the Westchester County Center, the top-seeded Bulldogs overcame a poor first-half shooting performance to move past the Vikings in the semifinals. Lindsay Chafizadeh and Lindsay Halpin each scored 15 points in the win. Irvington will play No. 3 Woodlands for the Class B title Monday at 7 p.m.

Game story: Irvington adjusts, reaches ‘B’ final
Photo gallery:Irvington defeats Valhalla 44-35
Video:Class B Girls Semifinal – Valhalla vs. Irvington

Saturday, Feb. 27

Class C semifinal

Haldane 48, Hamilton 32: At the Westchester County Center, a total of 41 fouls were called and a fight nearly broke out in a rematch of last year’s section final. Missy Lisikatos led all scorers with 16 points for the third-seeded Blue Devils. Haldane will seek a Class C three-peat Monday, when it takes on top-seeded Keio at 5 p.m.

Game story:Haldane tops Hamilton in Class C semifinal slugfest
Photo gallery: Haldane defeats Hamilton 48-32 in the girls Class C semifinal
Video: Class C Girls Semifinal – Hamilton vs. Haldane

Class C semifinal

Keio 46, North Salem 31: At the Westchester County Center, the top-seeded Unicorns used a balanced scoring attack to extend their best season in program history. Ayano Miyauchi scored a team-high 10 points in the win. Tigers freshman Grace Curran led all scorers with 12 points. Keio will play two-time defending champions No. 3 Haldane for the Class C title Monday at 5 p.m.

Game story:Loscher back in finals, this time with Keio
Photo gallery: Keio Academy tops N. Salem 46-31 to advance to the finals​
Video:Class C Girls Semifinal – Keio vs. N. Salem
Video:Keio-Ossining dance party at the Westchester County Center

Sunday, Feb. 28

Class AA final

Ossining 77, North Rockland 60: At the Westchester County Center, freshman Aubrey Griffin took home tournament MVP honors after a 31-point performance in the finale. Teammates Shadeen Samuels (22 points) and Kailah Harris (20 points) were also named to the all-tournament team. Ossining’s win gives the Pride their sixth straight gold ball and 85th consecutive win against Section 1 opponents. North Rockland’s Gabby Cajou scored 17 points in an all-tournament performance.

Game story: Ossining rolls to sixth straight Class AA gold ball
Photo gallery:Ossining beat North Rockland 77-60 to win the Class AA final
Video:Ossining beats North Rockland in final

Class A final

Rye 63, Ursuline 47: At the Westchester County Center, junior Katie Popp scored her 1,000th career point and took home tournament MVP honors for the Garnets, who avenged a one-point loss from earlier in the season. Rye senior captain Maddie Eck, Ursuline senior captain Casey Friend and Ursuline junior Katie McLoughlin were named to the all-tournament team.

Game story: Popp scores No. 1,000 as Rye finally gets gold ball​
Photo gallery: Rye defeats Ursuline to capture Class A crown​
Video: Rye accidentally storms the court after Popp’s 1,000th point
Video:Rye defeats Ursuline to win Class A championship

Monday, Feb. 29

Class C final

Haldane 50, Keio 24: At the Westchester County Center, Allison Chiera scored 24 points en route to tournament MVP honors as the Blue Devils won their third consecutive Class C gold ball. Missy Lisikatos was also named to the all-tournament team. Marina Kofukugawa and Hana Nakajima represented the Unicorns on the all-tournament team.

Game story:Haldane tops Keio, gets rematch with Pine Plains
Photo gallery:Haldane beats Keio in Class C final
Video:Haldane wins Class C final over Keio

Class B final

Irvington 77, Woodlands 68: At the Westchester County Center, Irvington junior Lindsay Halpin (45 points) and Woodlands freshman Teisha Hyman (42 points) put on one of the best head-to-head battles in tournament history. Halpin earned her second straight tournament MVP award with the Bulldogs’ win. Hyman was named to the all-tournament team, along with teammate Jasmine Michaux.

Game story:Halpin, Irvington out-duel Hyman, Woodlands in ‘B’ final
Photo gallery:Irvington wins Class B final over Woodlands
Video:Irvington beats Woodlands in Class B final

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