Harris' 2nd-half push pulls St. Mary's to win

Guard helps top Haverford

DeShields leads Villa Julie

State women

November 22, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior guard Felicia Harris made three of her four steals and scored 22 of her 27 game-high points in the second half to power St. Mary's to the championship of the Haverford Classic, defeating the host school, 79-54, yesterday in women's college basketball.

Cedar Crest defeated Lesley, of Cambridge, Mass., 54-30, in the consolation game.

The Seahawks (2-0) outshot the Fords (1-1), 45 percent to 23 percent in the second half and used the fast break in the final 15 minutes to seal the win. St. Mary's outscored Haverford 42-16 in the second half after trailing 38-37 at the half.

St. Mary's Tenille McCatty (Largo) had a game-high 10 rebounds, along with 10 points.

The Fords were led by freshman Sarah Chamovitz and senior Sarah Hanck, who had 14 points each.

Villa Julie 73, Rosemont 58: Freshman guard Delena DeShields, an all-tournament team selection, scored a game-high 29-points and added eight rebounds, as the Mustangs (1-1) beat the Ramblers (0-2) in the consolation game of the Franklin & Marshall Tip-Off Tournament in Lancaster, Pa.

Widener (2-0) defeated Franklin & Marshall (1-1), 82-70, in the championship game.

Freshman guard Tracey Comer and freshman forward Nancy Zentz added 14 points apiece for the Mustangs, who outscored Rosemcutive season opener, as Erica Hayes scored 22 and Hilary Goodrich added 17 to beat the visiting Tigers (0-2).

Navy out-rebounded Princeton 45-33 and shot 50 percent from the field while limiting the Tigers to 31.3 percent shooting, including 18.8 from three-point range.

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