Results of
Just 4 Wheels Girls Games

2019 - Team Leahy 68, Team Baruffi 44 (in Ocean City) box score
MVP Ionyonia Alves of Oakcrest had 17 points, 12 rebounds and 3 blocks. Holy Spirit's Zhyanna Young added 14 points and 10 boards and Armanee DeBarry of Millville scored 12. Atlantic Tech's Kayla Sykes scored eight points and Qeiajae Canty of Atlantic City and Bella Halbruner of Lower Cape May each added seven for Team Baruffi.

2018 - Team Betson 48, Team Baruffi 45 (in Ocean City Intermediate) box score
MVP Jazzy Duverglas of Cedar Creek had 8 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks. Mainland's Francesca Geromini scored 11 and Cedar Creek's Sarah Tomasello and Atlantic City's Kadinah Harris-Hood each scored nine. Millville's Alexis Harrison scored 14 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked two shots for Team Baruffi.

2017 - Team Baruffi 76, Team Leahy 37 (in Ocean City) box score
MVP Ariyanna Wilkes of Holy Spirit had 23 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals and 4 assists. Lower Cape May's Marissa McGaffney scored 20 and Vineland's Nosaja Echevarria added 15. Both made three from three-point range. Holy Spirit's Ayanna Jones had 9 points, 11 rebounds and 5 assists for the winners. Wildwood Catholic's Lauren Moretti had 8 points and 8 rebounds for Team Leahy.

2016 - Team Baruffi 63, Team Leahy 42 (in Ocean City) box score
Destiny Esquilin of Vineland scored 16 points to pace Team Baruffi and was the game’s MVP. Megan Stafford of Mainland added 10. For Team Leahy, Alyvia Essex of Atlantic City scored 16, including five three-pointers.

2015 - Team Baruffi 65, Team Douglass 46 (in Ocean City) box score
MVP Alexis Harris of Atlantic City scored 20 points, had 4 three-pointers, 7 rebounds and 5 assists for Team Baruffi. Dana DiRenzo (St. Joseph) added 12 points, 7 rebounds & 4 assists with Eva Sodaitis (Absegami) also scoring 12. For Team Douglass, Madie Gibson (Lower Cape May) had 12 points and Audrey Wilson (Holy Spirit) had 10 points and 5 rebounds.

2014 - Team Leahy 65, Team DiPatri 58 OT (in Ocean City Intermediate) box score
MVP Mya Alston of Pleasantville scored 4 of her 16 points to start the overtime for Team Smith. She also had 8 rebounds and 5 steals. Gabby Dudo (St. Joseph) added 15 points. For Team DiPatri, Katie McCallion (Wildwood Catholic) made a steal and beat the fourth quarter buzzer with a bucket to send the game into OT. Kennedy Johnson (Wildwood Catholic) set game records with 17 rebounds and 10 field goals. She scored 23 points and McCallion added 13.

2013 - Team Smith 62, Team DiPatri 57 (in Ocean City) box score
MVP Deaja Reynolds of Atlantic City scored 11 points and had two rebounds, two steals and two assists for Team Smith. Kristine Miller (Cedar Creek) added 11 points. For Team DiPatri, Selena Santiago (Egg Harbor Township) had 12 points, Mandy Buirch (Sacred Heart) scored 11 and Ashli Weems (Millville) had six points and 12 rebounds.

2012 - Team DiPatri 56, Team Baruffi 48 (in Ocean City) box score
Sacred Heart's Brittany Harden had a double-double (22 points and record-tying 15 rebounds) and was named the game's MVP. She also had 4 steals and 4 assists. Sarah Roberts (Middle Township) added 12 points. Atlantic City's Ta'yon Morgan-Jones had 13 points and Ocean City's Reilly Larkin 11 for Team Baruffi.

2011 - National 53, American 32 (in Ocean City) box score
Jt. Joseph's Jade Howard had a double-double (14 points and record-tying 15 rebounds) and was named the game's MVP. Kerry Player (Cape May Tech) had 6 points and 10 rebounds. Vineland's Alicia Cox had 9 points, 7 rebounds and 6 steals for the American.

2010 - National 53, American 45 (in Ocean City) box score
Holy Spirit's Joanna Persiano, the MVP, made a trio of three-pointers and scored 19 points. Bridgeton's Sha'dasia Farrell had 5 points, 7 rebounds and 3 steals. Atlantic City's Bria Hill had 15 points and 7 boards with Jasmine Lewis of Vineland getting 11 points.

2009 - American 52, National 48 (in Ocean City) box score
Ocean City's Sarah Gibbs drilled a three-pointer to break a tie in the final seconds and the Americans notched the win. MVP Charity Harris (Vineland) sparked the American rally with 15 points, hitting 6 of 9 shots. Kelly Brady (Ocean City) had 7 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists. For the Nationals, Ashley Durham (Sacred Heart) had 21 points while Jessie Mooers (Middle Township) had 7 points, 13 rebounds and a record 6 blocked shots.

2007 - National 63, American 39 (in Ocean City) box score
Pleasantville's Aminah Davis, the game's MVP, had 20 points on 7-for-12 shooting. Chelsi Johnson (Holy Spirit) addded 17 points and 13 rebounds. Ashley Ingram (Atlantic City) scored 11 points for the Americans.

2006 - American 68, National 51 (in Ocean City) box score
Oakcrest's Whitney Walker, named the MVP, had 16 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots. Carlee Briglia (Mainland) led all scorers with 19 points and Krissy Rosario (Absegami) had 10 points & 13 rebounds. Sacred Heart's Danielle Conroy had 12 points & 10 rebounds for the Nationals.

2005 - National 62, American 58 (in Ocean City) box score
Sacred Heart's Kristen Bowen, the game's MVP, had a double-double with 16 points & an all star record 15 rebounds. Kayleen Smith of St. Joseph led all scorers with 18 points. Lindsey Sykes of Middle Township set an all star game record with 9 assists, also adding 8 points, 6 rebounds & 4 steals. Shanda Anderson of Egg Harbor Township paced the Americans with 13 points and Stephanie Summers of Atlantic City adding 10. Kaitlin DuRoss of Ocean City and Casey Kyler of Hammonton both chipped in with 8 points & 10 boards.

2004 - American 69, National 47 (in Ventnor) box score
Oakcrest's Erica Bell, the game's MVP, had 22 points, 7 rebounds, 5 steals and 4 assists. Basimah Thompson of Absegami had 17 points, 6 rebounds and 3 steals. Lauren Novitskie of Sacred Heart paced the Nationals with 14 points. Marissa Franklin of Pleasantville chipped in with 10.

2003 - American 78, National 35 (in Ventnor) box score
Atlantic City's Kelli Johnson, the game's MVP, had 14 points, 5 rebounds and a record 7 assists. EHT's Katelin Klingert had 16 points and 7 assists and Ocean City's Ashley DuRoss had 14 points, 9 rebounds and 4 steals. Krystee Mosley of Sacred Heart paced the Nationals, forced to play with just six players because of injuries and college visits, with 13 points.

2002 - American 59, National 57 (in Wildwood) box score
Lower Cape May's Shontay Arrington, the game's MVP, made a steal and layup in the final minute to provide victory for the American Conference. Arrington finished with 10 points and 3 steals. Lower teammate Krystle Umscheid had 10 points and 3 assists. Wildwood's Monica Johnson led the National with 24 points and 4 assists.

2001 - no game
2000 - no game
1999 - no game

1998 - American 58, National 40 (in Ocean City)
MVP Rachelle Wilson of Egg Harbor Township had 10 points and 5 rebounds for the American Conference. Charlyn Hawkins of Atlantic City also scored 10. Christene Pantarelli of St. Joseph led the National with 8. The game was marred by 55 personal fouls and 68 turnovers.

1997 - National 65, American 57 (in Ocean City)
Erin Burns of Middle Township, the game's MVP, led the National Conference with 18 points, including 10 for 10 on the foul line, and grabbed 5 rebounds. Her Middle teammate, Lauren Repici, added 11. Mainland's Meghan McIntyre paced the American with 11 points.

1996 - American 45, National 43 (in Ocean City)
Jamie Ott of Cumberland made two free throws with 1:03 left to complete an American comeback. They trailed by 11 entering the 4th quarter. MVP Rashonda Fitzgerald of Atlantic City had 12 points, 13 rebounds, 5 steals and 3 blocks. Mary Anne Wojtylak of Lower Cape May paced the National with 11 points.

1995 - American 67, National 58 (in Ocean City)
Stephanie Daniels of St. Joseph, a transfer from Shawnee, scored 15 points, grabbed 9 rebounds, made 6 steals and had 5 assists to be named MVP, the only one from a losing team. Jenn Mitchell of Wildwood added 13 to the National attack. The balanced American offense was led by 10 points by Diane Hadley of Egg Harbor Township and Stephanie Slough of Millville with 9. A total of 11 players scored for the American.

1994 - National 81, American 69 (in Ocean City)
Jen Altimairo of Middle Township scored 17 points, making 5 of 6 shots and all 7 free throws and was named MVP. Middle teammates Erin Jones and Brandee Kennedy added 14 and 13 points, respectively, for the National Conference. Vineland's C.J. Stewart led the American with 13 points. Atlantic City's Tamia Murphy had 9 points and 10 rebounds.

1993 - American 75, National 58 (in Vineland)
Mainland's Courtney Neall, the game's MVP, led the American Conference with 22 points. Amy Nickles of Egg Harbor Township added 17 and Ocean City's Serena Dice 16. Trish Markee of Wildwood led all scorers with 27, including six three-pointers.

1992 - American 88, National 85 (in Vineland)
Ocean City's Tricia Hopson, the game's MVP, scored 15 points and had six assists and four steals. Her OCHS teammate, Shelly Meister, led the American scoring with 16. Stephanie Davis of Cumberland added 15. Catherine Gallagher of Wildwood Catholic paced all scorers with 20 for the Nationals. Melissa Swain of Middle Township added 15.

1991 - American 73, National 52 (in Absecon)
Mainland's Chris Casciato, the game's MVP, scored nine points, grabbed nine rebounds and blocked four shots. Tamika Barber of Absegami led the Americans with 11 points and Jen Walter of Holy Spirit had 10. Teresa Polini of Wildwood paced all scorers with 16 for the Nationals. Nubeja Jordan of Pleasantville added 12.

1990 - National 70, American 65 (in Vineland)
Lower Cape May's Katarina Poulsen, the game's MVP, scored 16 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. Carol Blum of Wildwood Catholic had 15 points and four assists while Moe Murphy of Middle Township, an exchange student from New Zealand, added 14. Yulvonka Legette of Ocean City scored 17 and had six steals and four assists for the Americans.

1989 - American 54, National 46 (in Vineland)
Atlantic City's Angie Smith, the game's MVP, scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Starr Langford of Lower Cape May scored 13 for the Nationals.