PALMIRA – The University Basketball for Girls of New Egypt went undefeated this season in the Burlington County Scholastic Freedom League game.

On Saturday, the situation changed when the Warriors visited Palmyra and were defeated 37-27.

The teams will now have a chance to equalize in the division.

Peyton Arnold of “New Egypt” scored 14 points, including four 3-point.

NEW EGYPT (27)

Weber 3-1-7, Normill 1-1-3, Byrne 0-0-0, Arnold 5-0-14, RJoiner 1-0-2, Storytellers 0-1-1, Adam 0-0-0.

In total – 10-3-27.

PALMIRA (37)

Wilburn 4-2-10, Salz 0-0-0, MJ Jackson 3-2-9, L. Gilmar 4-1-9, Canderson 4-1-9, E. Gilmar 0-0-0.

In total – 15-6-37.

New Egypt (15-3) 1 8 6 12 – 27

Palmyra (18-4) 5 11 11 10 – 37

3-point goals – Arnold 4 (USA), Jackson (P).

Trenton 58, Lawrence 26

TRENTON – With 18 points in Chasai Blackshire and another 16 in Sania Spencer, the Tornado have announced their fifth win of this regular season of the Colonial Valley Conference.

Katie Chifredi’s nine points were high for the Cardinals.

Lawrence (26)

Ciuffreda 3-2-9, Sae-Wang 0-0-0, Coyle 1-3-5, DHall 0-0-0, Monetti 0-0-0, Wooding 1-0-2, Aiyar 3-0-6 , Jagani 0-2-2, T. Patel 0-0-0, Dobkin 0-2-2.

In total – 8-9-26.

Trenton (58)

Minor 0-0-0, Stockton 2-0-4, Spencer 7-2-16, Blackshire 8-2-18, Schumann 1-1-3, Glanton 2-0-4, G. Smith 1-5-7 , Delacroix 2-0-4, Baldwin 1-0-2.

In total – 24-10-58.

Lawrence (1-18) 3 10 8 5 – 26

Trenton (5-12) 11 18 17 12 – 58

3-point goal – Cufred (L).

WESTAMPTON TECH 56, NO. BERLINGTON 32

WESTERPTON – Keia Blake’s 10 points were not enough to overtake the Greyhounds “Panther”.

NORTH BERLINGTON (32)

Cook 0-0-0, Kundur 0-0-0, Marchetti 0-0-0, Blake 4-2-10, O’Dell 0-0-0, Binns 3-1-7, Burke 2-0-4 , Harrison 2-0-5, Watson 2-2-6.

In total – 13-5-32.

WESTAMPTON TECH (56)

MTaylor 5-1-11, Speedy 4-2-11, Poindexter 4-0-8, McNair 4-0-9, Corey 0-3-3, Briggs 0-2-2, N. Williams 3-0-7 , Aldridge 2-0-5.

In total – 22-8-56.

No.Berlington (3-19) 2 9 3 18 – 32

WestamptonT. (8-8) 15 17 8 16 – 56

3-point goals – Harrison (NB), Spadey, McNair, N. Williams, Aldridge (WT).

MAPL semifinals

HUN 42, LAWRENCEVILLE 37

BLEARSTOWN – The Raiders, seeded second in the second quarter, came out 21-9 in the first quarter and then held on to the Big Red, despite each of the last three penalties in the semi-finals of the Mid-Atlantic Preparatory League .

Lviv (8-12) 9 7 11 10 – 37

Hun (14-9) 21 5 8 8 – 42

BLER ACADEMY 84, PADDY 36

BLEARSTOWN – The host and first-seeded Bucks have scored 15 3-points on the way to slipping past the Falcons, fifth-seeded, and joining Hun in Sunday’s MAPL championship game at Montaigne Court on Sunday afternoon.

Sinday Eggleton of Paddy and Grace Brown scored 11 and 10 points respectively.

Paddy (36)

CJohnson 2-0-6, Loughran 0-0-0, Tamm 0-0-0, Eggleton 4-2-11, Browne 4-2-10, Approaching 0-0-0, Ahmed 1-0-3, Boar 1-0-3, Salapatas 1-0-3.

In total – 13-4-36.

Blair Academy (84)

Hartman 5-2-14, TDJohnson 4-3-13, Henry 4-2-13, SDavis 4-2-12, WSmith 3-2-11, Ozel 3-2-10, Lavizola 2-2-7, Camp 1-0-2, LJones 1-0-2.

In total – 27-15-84.

Pedi (5-15) 2 12 10 12 – 36

Blair Acad. (0-0) 25 35 10 14 – 84

3-point goals – C. Johnson 2, Eggleton, Ahmed, Boar, Salapatas (P), Hartman 2, TD Johnson 2, Henry 3, S. Davis 2, W. Smith 3, Ozel 2, Lavisola (BA).

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