The Mary Louis Academy Hilltoppers won their second game of the season Saturday night, defeating Fontbonne Hall, 55-31 to advance to the semifinals of the St. Francis College Girls Tournament.
Donna Lohrey led the was for Mary Louis with 18 points, followed by teammate Erin Breen with eight. The Hilltoppers improved to 2-5 with the win.
Massapequa 57, St. Francis Prep 55. Dawn Gorynski led the Terriers with 23 points and Caitlin Kennedy added 10, but it wasnt enough, as Jessica Powers (30 points) hit the winning basket with three seconds remaining in the fourth quarter handing Prep its first loss of the year.
Archbishop Molloy 43, Old Tappan (N.J.) 27. At the Pascack Valley Tournament in New Jersey, Roslyn Gold-Onwude led the Stanners with 16 points and 14 rebounds and Jessica McEntee added eight points and 10 boards as Molloy improved to 7-2 in the clubs first year on the varsity level.
Cardozo 55, St. Raymonds 47. The Judges continue to roll, coming from behind to defeat St. Raymond's to win the Wingate Christmas/Kwanzaa crown Friday in Brooklyn. The formula for victory remained the same as Cardozo (11-2) thrived on its multiple full-court presses, strong guard play and a bevy of made free throws.
Britni Bolden had 27 points, including 9-of-9 from the line, and 10 rebounds while Christina Jones added 13 points for Cardozo, which hit 15-of-17 from charity stripe. St. Rays, which made just 4-of-11 from the line, was paced by Shannon Bobbitt's 20 points.
Cardozo 57, Washington Irving 40. Jones continued to sizzle, scoring a game-high 21 points including the first 10 points of the third quarter and Denise Fath netted a career-high 14 to lead the Judges in the Wingate Christmas/Kwanzaa semifinal. Chayri Vargas had 15 points and Kesha Williams added 11 for Washington Irving.
Cardozo 62, New Dorp 42. Jones had 23 points and fellow sophomore Bolden had 12 points to lead the Judges while Jennifer Czirr had 17 points and 15 rebounds for New Dorp.
Flushing 46, Seward Park 21. Monet Pledger earned MVP honors for Flushing with 23 points in the fifth annual Queens SUBOA Showcase at John Jay College Friday.
John Adams 46, Jane Addams 36. Christina Fernandez scored 11 points and was the MVP for Adams in the Spartans victory in the Queens SUBOA Showcase.
Environmental Studies 42, Franklin K. Lane 35. Billie Jonee netted 19 points and garnered MVP honors for Environmental Studies in the Queens SUBOA Showcase.
Francis Lewis 61, Martin Luther King 56. Point guard Teresa Rozza had 23 points for Lewis (9-1) while Tanieka Noel paced MLK with a game-high 32 points.
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