No. 5 Walkersville 48, Brunswick 39
BRUNSWICK, Md. - Jennifer Maggi used her size and strength advantage to score a game-high 16 points and lead Walkersville past Brunswick in MVAL nonconference action.
The 6-foot-2 sophomore also grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked six shots for the Lions (12-4). Kim Bindl had six rebounds, Kolbi Harrison and Brittany Jarvis each had four assists and Laura Edwards had three steals.
Leah McCallum had a double-double with 14 points and 18 rebounds, while Rebecca Golian chipped in with 11 points, eight boards and three assists for the Railroaders (5-10). Brianne Walters had 10 points and Alicia Stauffer had three assists.
Boiling Springs 48 No. 6 James Buchanan 39
BOILING SPRINGS, Pa. - Alicia Myers was the lone Rocket in double figures with 11 points as James Buchanan fell to Boiling Springs in Mid-Penn nondivision action.
The Rockets (15-7) got off to a slow start and trailed 20-9 after the first quarter, but clawed back to forge a 22-22 tie at halftime. Boiling Springs (20-2) pulled away and took the lead for good after outscoring JB 13-5 in the third quarter.
Amanda Snider had nine points and three steals, while Shaina Martin had eight points and Myers grabbed seven rebounds.
Heather Empson had 13 points and Kourtney Ehly added 10 for the Bubblers.
No. 8 So. Fulton 63, Shanksville 47
SHANKSVILLE, Pa. - Candace Bard had a double-double with 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead Southern Fulton past Shanksville.
Sam Cain added 20 points and eight rebounds for the Indians (19-2) while Jessie Wigfield had 13 points and seven rebounds.
No. 10 Mercersburg 54, Jefferson 37
MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Brittany Lattisaw led all scorers with 19 points as Mercersburg Academy jumped out to a 19-6 first-quarter lead and rolled past Jefferson.
Kelsie Roman had 15 points and Melissa McCartney had 11 for the Blue Storm (9-6).
Aissa Diehl and Kaydee Danno each had eight points for Jefferson (6-8).
Archbishop Spalding 81 St. John's-Prospect Hall 67
FREDERICK, Md. - Marah Strickland had 24 points, 14 rebounds and three assists for St. John's at Prospect Hall, which fell to Archbishop Spalding (12-9, 5-5) in the IAAM 'AY' Conference.
Heidi Mothershead had 15 points, four rebounds and four assists for the Vikings (3-19, 1-9), while Elise Boyle had 14 points and eight rebounds and Ashley Traylor had 10 points.
Due to a reporter's error, the name of a player on the Williamsport girls basketball team was incorrect in Wednesday's Morning Herald.
The player's name is Adrienne Munoz.
The Herald apologizes for the mistake.
No. 1 TJ 62, Urbana 49
IJAMSVILLE, Md. - Wardell Roberts had 11 points and 12 rebounds to help power Thomas Johnson past Urbana in the MVAL Chesapeake.
Tim Abercrombie had 15 points for the Patriots (15-1, 7-0), while Jair Brady added 12 rebounds and six rebounds.
Milton Hershey 64, Waynesboro 61
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Josh Pope had 18 points and Abdul Jalloh scored 15 to lead Milton Hershey (19-3) past Waynesboro.
Cory Livengood had a team-high 17 points for the Indians (13-9).
Southern Fulton 42, Shanksville 41
WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - P.J. Hixon hit 4 of 5 free throws in the final minute as Southern Fulton held off Shanksville (17-3), the top rated team in PIAA District 5.
Hixon finished 8 of 9 from the line for a team-high 13 points, while Chris Krause scored 12 to go with six rebounds for the Indians (15-6). Jay Ifert blocked four shots and had four assists.
West Perry 71, Greencastle 53
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Jaren Gembe had 18 points, but Greencastle dropped a Mid-Penn nondivision game to West Perry.
Brian Dodson added 15 points for the Blue Devils (8-13), while Travis Smith and Adam Wiestling each grabbed five rebounds. Nick Schreiber had five assists.
Trent Reisinger led West Perry (19-3) with 24 points.
Loyola 53, Mercersburg 51
TOWSON, Md. - Colin Cubit scored a game-high 28 points, but Mercersburg Academy was outscored 16-9 in the fourth quarter and fell to Loyola Blakefield.
Eric Rahauser had 11 points and Alex Tyler added eight for the Blue Storm (5-11).
Lincoln 77, Hood 71
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. - Dennis Tressler had 20 points for Hood College in its loss to Lincoln University (13-5).