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Another Successful Pink Game as DuBois/Brockway Girls Raise Over 10K; Lady Beavers Win Clash; Moniteau Girls, Brockway Boys Also Get Victories

The DuBois and Brockway girls' basketball teams and the two schools and communities were able to raise over $10,000 in the fight against cancer. Submitted photo

BROCKWAY, Pa. – On a day that was all about money raised for the Hahne Cancer Center and Penn Highlands DuBois, visiting DuBois took it to Brockway, 42-12.

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It was 20-10 Lady Beavers at the half before they outscored the Lady Rovers 22-2 in the second half including 12-0 in the fourth quarter.

Madison Rusnica led DuBois with 10 points while Kamryn Fontana added eight points. Teagan Runyan and Bree Weible each added seven points.

Rhenna Spinda and Kalina Powell each scored four points for Brockway.

More importantly, the schools came together to raise $10,558 fpr the Camcer Centre bringing the grand total from the annual Pink Out game, which has been going for just a over a decade, to $188,000.


SEWICKLEY, Pa. – In a tight game throughout, Catherine Kelly scored 20 points and handed out five assists to lead Moniteau to a 52-50 win at Sewickley Academy.

Kendall Sankey added 11 points and six rebounds for the Lady Warriors with Allie Pry chipping in eight points and Davina Pry six points and seven rebounds.

Libby Eannarino had a game-high 31 points for Sewickley Academy


GALETON, Pa. – A career-high 20 points to go with three steals from Haylee Chapman led shorthanded Northern Potter to a 52-25 road NTL win over Galeton.

The Lady Panthers, who were playing without leading scorer Rebecca Martin, also got seven points from Molly Cady, five points and seven rebounds from Reagan Slawson, and four points, nine rebounds, and three steals from Kayden Brown.

Addy Reigle had a team-high 18 points for Galeton.

The game was originally scheduled for mid-February but was moved in the last couple of weeks to accommodate Galeton.


WARREN, Pa. – Warren jumped out to a big, early lead and never let up on its way to a 68-33 win over visiting Meadville.

The Dragons outscored the Bulldogs 21-8 in the first quarter and led 39-14 at the half. Warren generated nearly a third of its offense from the free throw line, going 21-25 from the charity stripe.

Halle Kuzminiski had a double-double with a career-high 18 points to go along with 10 rebounds. Gracie Ruhlman had a game-high 19 points and seven rebounds. Peyton Wotorson had 11 points and five steals and Sammie Ruhlman dished out seven assists.

Megan Puleio led the Bulldogs with 15 points, while Marlaya McCoy added nine points.



FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. – Jumping out to a 15-point lead at the end of the first quarter, Clarion rolled to a 70-48 win over homestanding North Clarion.

The Bobcats led 25-10 after eight minutes of play with Derek Smail scoring eight points and Devon Lauer seven.

Lauer finished wiith 19 points with Dawson Smail adding 14 and Derek Smail 10 points.

Also for Clarion, Bryce Brinkley chipped in nine points and Gabe Simko added eight points and seven rebounds.

Aiden Hartle, fresh off of scoring his 1,000th career point Friday night, had a game-high 33 points for North Clarion and moved into ninth place in school history in scoring with 1,038 career points.


BROCKWAY, Pa. – Freshman Aiiden Wilcox recorded his first double-digit game of his career with 17 points to help Brockway snap an eight-game losing streak with a 62-15 win over visiting Forest Area.

Fellow freshman Bradley Hughes also had a season-best 11 points for the Rovers with Brady Demonte adding 10 points and Alex Carlson seven.

Daniel Custer and Mitch Bowden led Forest Area with four points each.

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