All four leagues in District 11 held their girls and boys championship games on Friday night.

Following are results from the five title games that didn't involve TIMES NEWS area teams.

Colonial League Girls

Wilson-Pen Argyl

Sondrine Glovas scored scored the go-ahead layup and added a free throw in the final 20 seconds of overtime to lead Wilson to a 42-39 win over Pen Argyl in the Colonial League championship game at Freedom High School.

Glovas finished with 21 points. Colleen Touhey backed her up with 10. Laura Cinelli led the Green Knights with 18 points. Lindsay Ashworth added 10 points.

The Warriors move up to the No. 2 seed behind LVC champ Central Catholic in the District 11 3A girls bracket, while Pen Argyl is the No. 3 seed in the 2A bracket by virtue of its 15-7 overall record.

MVC Girls

PM West-ES South

Carly Gallagher scored 20 points to lead East Stroudsburg South to a 44-34 win over Pocono Mountain West in the Mountain Valley Conference championship at Pleasant Valley.

Tara Steaking added 11 points for the Cavaliers, who were a perfect 12-0 during the MVC regular season.

For Pocono Mountain West, Samantha Fuss had 11 points. Katelyn McKillop added nine points and 17 rebounds.

MVC Boys

PM East-PM West

Kyheim Hall finished with 16 points to lead Pocono Mountain East over Pocono Mountain West in the Mountain Valley Conference title game by a 74-54 score.

Kamall Richards scored 15 points and Lamont Tillery had 14 for the Cardinals to back up Hall. Tynell Fortune led the Panthers with 17 points.

LVC Girls

Northampton-ACC

Colleen Nosovitch led Allentown Central Catholic to a 31-29 victory over Northampton in the Lehigh Valley Conference girls championship.

Nosovitch, who topped the 1,000-point mark, scored 15 points in the defensive struggle that was highlighted by a third quarter that featured a combined total of just five points. Taylor Maldonado added 10 points for the Vikings.

Kara Bonenberger led the Konkrete Kids with 12 points.

LVC Boys

Nazareth-Allen

The Blue Eagles and Canaries entered the final quarter all tied, but Nazareth had the hotter hand in the final eight minutes to win the Lehigh Valley Conference boys title, 68-60.

Nazareth had five guys finish in double figures as Kent Kristopher had 16, Karl Keglovits 14, Bryce Higgs 13, ChuckDibilio 11 and Daniel Wilk 10.

Brandon Harrington had a game-high 24 points for Allen and Jalen Cannon added 11.