Freshmen Tajah Gordon and Mikala Maltony combined for 13 of Washington’s 18 points in the fourth quarter as the Prexies rallied pulled away to defeat Westinghouse, 44-37, in a non-section game.
Gordon finished with 10 points and 14 rebounds for Washington (10-7), which trailed 29-26 entering the final quarter.
Jasmine Myers had 12 points, while Leshea Stinton had 11, for Westinghouse (8-7).
Trinity 41, Fort Cherry 22: Head coach Bob Miles’ new team beat his old one, 41-22, during a non-section win for Trinity.
No one reached double figures for the Hillers, who improved to 6-10.
Kelly Korpus had eight points, while Brittney Ross added seven for the Hillers.
Jenna Lucas had all 22 points for Fort Cherry (6-8), which lost Rachel Bellhy to an ankle injury in the first couple minutes of the game.
South Fayette 43, Keystone Oaks 39: Caitlin McLuckie and Shannon Gillespie combined for 27 points to pace South Fayette to a 43-39 overtime victory over Keystone Oaks in a Section 5-AAA game.
The Lions outscored KO 8-4 in the overtime period. Regulation ended with the two teams tied, 35-35.
McLuckie led the way with 15 points for the Lions (5-3, 9-5) and Gillespie chipped in with 12.
Maryssa Agurs scored a game-high 26 points for Keystone Oaks (3-6, 9-8), which led 17-15 at halftime.
West Allegheny 62, Burgettstown 42: West Allegheny outscored Burgettstown, 23-9 in the final eight minutes to cement a 62-42 victory over Burgettstown in a non-section game.
Reanna Turner was the lone double figure scorer for West Allegheny (6-11) with 10 points.
Kristen Roy had a game-high 17 points for the Blue Devils (1-15).
South Fayette 79, Keystone Oaks 65: B.J. Rudisill had a double-double to help power South Fayette’s second-half surge that produced a 79-65 victory over Keystone Oaks in a Section 5-AAA game.
Rudisill scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Lions (6-2, 10-5). Evan Bonnaure led the Lions with 26 points and Lucas Russell chipped in with 12.
The game was tied, 30-30, at halftime but the Lions outscored KO 49-36 over the final 16 minutes.
Corey Sevacka scored a game-high 32 points for Keystone Oaks (3-6, 6-11).