Diamond Bragg dropped 27 points, reaching 1,500 points in her career in the process to lead Camp Hill to a 67-56 road win over Steel-High.

Bragg, a Wisconsin commit, needed 20 to crack the milestone and got it on 10 field goals (two 3-pointers) and 5-of-7 shooting from the free-throw line.

"It feels pretty good, but it’s not a priority of mine," Bragg said when reached over social media. "My first goal is to win and I just want to do whatever is needed to get to that point. I’m really proud of my team for getting the win tonight, most importantly, and hearing I had also reached 1,500 was just an added bonus."

Bragg is averaging 21.9 points per game this season.

"I pride myself on being able to do a little bit of everything and this past weekend I struggled with that," she said. It felt great to be back on track tonight and I’m just glad I could help lead my team to another victory."

Sheridan Reid contributed 15 points in the win.

  • Paige Snyder led all scorers with 12 points as Big Spring beat Northern in a low-scoring affair 39-22. The win keeps the Bulldogs (8-2, 6-0 Colonial) on top of the division standings ahead of Shippensburg and Greencastle-Antrim in second. The Bulldogs also got eight points each from Megan Emlet and Madison Bishop, who combined for all three of the team's 3-pointers.
  • Sydney Hemler scored 22 points, but Boiling Springs lost a road tilt with York Suburban 64-50.
  • Sunshine McCrae dropped 17 points to lead Trinity over Milton Hershey 55-26. The Shamrocks hold a one-game lead over Camp Hill in the Capital Division.
  • Jimiah McDonald's 11 points paced a defensive-minded Cedar Cliff squad in a 37-30 win over visiting Susquehanna Twp. The Colts stayed tied with Bishop McDevitt atop the Keystone at 6-1.
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