Upper Merion's Cassidy Koenig set a single-season school record for three-pointers on Friday night, and she did not even need a complete season to do it.

Koenig, who had five three-pointers and finished with 25 points in a 47-34 Suburban One League American win over visiting Norristown, now has 55 for the season, one better than 2005 graduate Katie Brobson.

Koenig, a junior guard, needed only 15 games to make 55 threes; Brobson had 54 threes in 25 games in the 2004-2005 season.

The Vikings are 7-8 overall, 3-4 league.

Lindsey Wacker scored all four of her points in overtime, on a field goal and two free throws, to lift Plymouth Whitemarsh to a 48-46 win at Wissahickon. The Colonials got 20 points from Gabby Schumacher, who nailed six three-pointers.

Public. Bianca Anderson scored 22 points, including half of her team's eight overtime points, lifting host Simon Gratz past Mastbaum, 47-43.

Mastery Charter closed out its game with a 25-6 run to earn a 58-41 win at Mariana Bracetti as Brinklea Barnes scored eight of her 13 points in the fourth quarter.

Senior guard Roneesha Rollins scored a career-high 40 points for Strawberry Mansion in its 92-13 win at Swenson.

Rollins had 16 in the first quarter when the Knights raced out to a 35-3 lead. They led by 60-6 at halftime and 70-7 at the end of three quarters.

Shalae Davenport had 10 points and seven steals for host Communications Tech in its 36-28 win over Parkway West.

Dianna Murhead-Dwyer's 26 points and 11 rebounds carried Overbrook past visiting Lincoln, 46-39.

Math, Civics and Sciences got 13 points from Imani Thomas in a 32-24 win at Philadelphia Electrical.

Taneilcq Ruffin's 16 points helped host Masterman even its record (4-4) with a 48-34 win over Elverson.

Ashley Murray scored 19 points to lead Del-Val Charter to a 49-35 win at Bodine.

Central needed only to walk across the street to earn a 46-33 win at neighboring Girls High. Isabella Ross had 14 points, 11 rebounds and 5 steals for the Lancers (7-5).

Northeast won at Frankford, 48-30, getting 14 points from Brittnay Lambert.

Palumbo's Mary Ellen Paul scored 29 points, 14 of them in the second quarter, in a 55-37 win over visiting Franklin Towne Charter. Paul knocked down four three-pointers during a 23-11 second-quarter run.

Najimah Chestnut's 12 points helped Dobbins to a 41-22 win at Olney.

Parkway Center City's Lakiesha Bryant had 17 points in a 42-34 win at Bok. Catherine Myers led the Bobcats with 23 points.

Chanelle Williams had 17 points and six rebounds for host Paul Robeson in a 51-18 win over New Media Charter.

High School of the Future got eight first-quarter points apiece from Hajaaha Stevens and Niemma Aiken in a 52-18 win over visiting Parkway Northwest. Those points helped the Firebirds forge out to a 24-4 lead. Stevens finished with 14 points and 12 rebounds, both game highs, for the Firebirds (9-6 overall, 5-2 league).

Dione Ball had 17 points, and seven steals for host Southern in its 34-18 win over West Philadelphia.

Jade Williams scored 30 points for host Rhodes in its 53-20 win over Roxborough in her second game back from a preseason injury.

Tiffany Johnson's 25 points powered host Prep Charter past Freire Charter, 63-20.

Catholic. Meghan Creighton and Jen Carney each scored 13 points to lead Archbishop Carroll to a 49-32 win at Archbishop Prendergast.

Inter-Ac. Senior forward Dana Lotito had 16 points and eight rebounds for Germantown Academy in a 57-24 win at Baldwin. The Patriots (14-2 overall, 5-0 league) opened by scoring 26 of the game's first 28 points and Lotito scored 10 of her points in that stretch.

Michelle Boggs' 12 points was the difference for host Springside in its 53-41 win over Agnes Irwin.

Central. Alex Poplawski, a 6-foot sophomore forward, scored just two points for Springfield (Delaware County) but did just about everything else in a 40-27 win over visiting Marple Newtown. Poplawski had 15 rebounds, four blocked shots and three steals for the Cougars (11-4, 9-1), who received 16 points and seven rebounds from 5-10 junior Tori Grossi.

Michelle Rhine made all 10 of her free throws and finished with 14 points to lead host Ridley past Conestoga, 45-39.

Suburban One National. Chynna West scored 15 points and added eight rebounds for host Abington in a 39-34 win over Neshaminy.

Friends Schools. The third quarter proved to be the difference for Germantown Friends in its 48-40 win at Friends Select as Julya Loder scored 10 of her 14 points during that decisive 16-8 run.

The Falcons had the game's high scorer in Wylie Wilson, who scored 15 points.

A pair of freshman guards helped host Shipley past Abington Friends, 60-25. Colleen Walsh had 15 points and six assists and Sox Alexander added 12 points.

Temple-bound point guard Monaye Merritt scored 16 points to lead Friends' Central to a 43-27 win at Moorestown Friends (N.J.).

Lola Salter's putback with 16 seconds left in overtime broke a tie and gave Westtown the lead for good in a 35-32 win over visiting George School.

Salter's shot's made it 34-32 and teammate Katira Dobbins added a free throw 10 seconds later for the game's final point.

Nonleague. Grace Capuzzi scored 16 of her 28 points in the first half to lead Bishop Shanahan past visiting Gwynedd-Mercy, 64-52.

Indoor Track and Field

George School took first place in the 4x400-meter relay event at the Yale Invitational in New Haven (Conn.) and set a school record in the process. The team of Christina Haney, Allie DuBoulay, Emily Mapelli, and Priscilla Wiggins posted a time of 4 minutes, 18.34 seconds.

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