The St. Maria Goretti Gaels have recovered from a three-game losing streak by winning their last two.
Goretti defeated the St. James Saints 52-34 on Saturday afternoon at the Gael Center.
"Right now, we're playing pretty decent ball," Gaels coach Todd Rideout said. "All five of our next opponents are in the Herald-Mail top 10 poll. Right now, we are trying to play within our strengths."
Senior forward Katie Chambers had 16 points, six rebounds and four assists for Goretti (14-7). Sophomore forward Tasha Deneen scored 14 points, while senior point guard Kelly Wills contributed nine points and six assists for the Gaels.
"Kelly Wills did a good job of looking up the court and finding Katie Chambers and Tasha Deneen open for some easy transition buckets," Rideout said. "We had a well-balanced attack offensively from top to bottom. We were pounding the ball inside trying to get some easy layups."