RIMERSBURG, Pa. – Jayden Colvin’s layup with eight seconds left lifted Forest Area to a 36-35 win over Union/A-C Valley at Union.
Colvin’s basket capped a rally from five down heading to the fourth quarter for the Fires, who trailed 31-26 after Union/ACV poured in 15 third-quarter points behind 3-pointers from Ava Strauser and Emma Raschiatore.
But in the fourth quarter, Colvin got hot scoring seven of her 11 points to help Forest Area to the victory. Colvin also chipped in five rebounds and three steals.
Amber Guzzi added 10 points, six rebounds, and three steals for the Fires while Kaylie Rooke just missed a triple-double finishing with nine points, 14 rebounds, 10 blocked shots, and two steals.
Maddie Dehart had a game-high 14 points for Union/A-C Valley, eight in the first half, with Kya Wetzel adding nine points.
FRANKLIN 34, GROVE CITY 32
GROVE CITY, Pa. – Trailing 27-23 going into the fourth quarter, Franklin outscored Grove City 11-5 over the final eight minutes to rally for a 34-32 win.
Jamie Blum scored four of her 10 points in the fourth quarter for Franklin, which trailed 22-13 at halftime.
Jenn Blum had nine points for Franklin in the win, while Estella Adams and Katie Boal had six points each.
Maddie Osborn scored 14 points to lead Grove City, while Piper Como added 11.
NORTH CLARION 47, CLARION 38
CLARION, Pa. – Lily Homan led a trio of North Clarion players in double digits with 14 points to lead the She-Wolves to a 47-38 road KSAC win over Clarion.
Homan added eight assists and five steals.
Kyler Freeman contrinbuted 13 points and 12 rebounds for North Clarion with Brooke Steinman chipping in 12 tallies. Akeela Greenawalt rounded out the scoring for the She-Wolves with eight points.
Clarion, which trailed 27-10 at halftime after a one-point first quarter, got a game-high 21 points from Taylor Alston, including 15 in the fourth quarter when the Lady Cats outscored North Clarion, 21-9.
Gia Babington added 11 points for Clarion.
PORT ALLEGANY 47, SMETHPORT 37
SMETHPORT, Pa. – Brynn Evens had 15 points to help Port Allegany pull away from homestanding Smethport, 47-37, in NTL action.
The game was tied at 21 at the half before Port Allegany built a four-point lead, 32-28, going to the fourth quarter.
In the final eight minutes, the Lady Gators got five points form Evens and four each from Ella Moses and Jenna Renner to pull away.
Moses had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds while adding four assists and four steals, and Renner chipped in eight points to go with four assists. Kayleigha Dowell also had 10 points for Port Allegany.
Payton Neff hit five first-half 3-pointers and scored all of her career-high 17 points before the break to pace Smethport.
Ava Gifford chipped in nine points for the Lady Hubbers
Elizabeth Hungiville had a game-high 14 rebounds for Smethport while adding two assists, a block, and six points.
CORRY 42, GIRARD 21
GIRARD, Pa. – Sayde Dyne led a balanced effort with 10 points as Corry doubled up host Girard, 42-21.
Dyne scored eight of her points in the first half as Corry built a 23-7 lead.
Kaycee Porter added seven points and Halle Albers and Haley Mumau six each for Corry.
Leah Pratt had 11 points for Girard.
WILMINGTON 52, REYNOLDS 11
TRANSFER, Pa. – Avery Harlan scored 13 points as Wilmington raced past Reynolds, 52-11.
Karah Deal was also in double figures for the Greyhounds with 10 points, while Reese Bruckner added eight.
Gracie McLaughlin had four points for Reynolds.
REDBANK VALLEY 57, CRANBERRY 22
SENECA, Pa. – Mylee Harmon scored 28 points, as Redbank Valley rolled to a 57-22 win on the road in KSAC play over Cranberry.
Ady Bond added 13 points for the Lady Bulldogs while Kira Bonanno chipped in eight points.
Elena Garland led Cranberry with nine points.
GREENVILLE 39, COCHRANTON 23
GREENVILLE, Pa. – Greenville overcame a slow start offensively to beat Cochranton, 39-23.
The Trojans led by one at halftime, 10-9, but outscored the Cardinals 19-7 in the third quarter to take a commanding 29-16 lead.
Josie Hart scored all six of her points during the third quarter surge on a pair of three’s, while Preslie Kirila led the Trojans with 14 points.
Peyton Davis also had 13 points for Greenville.
Claire McCartney and Marley Rodax had six points each for Cochranton.
CAMERON COUNTY 46, GALETON 14
GALETON, Pa. – Clara Clark scored all 13 of her game-high points in the second half, as nine different Cameron County players scored in a 46-14 win at Galeton in NTL play.
Elsie Bresslin added eight points for the Lady Raiders with Cloe Farren chipping in six.
Lynlee Basile had 10 points for Galeton.
NORTH EAST 65, GENERAL MCLANE 56
EDINBORO, Pa. – Tied 44-44 going into the fourth quarter, North East outscored General McLane 21-12 over the final eight minutes en route to a 65-56 win.
Alex Cozzens scored 11 of her game-high 26 points in the fourth quarter for North East, which was 6-of-7 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter.
Maisy Post accounted for 5-of-6 from the line in the fourth, finishing with seven points. Kayla Forsythe had 10 points for North East and Sam Probst eight.
Libby Opp had a big game in the loss for General McLane, scoring 33 points, 14 of which came in the first quarter. Kiley Leasure added eight points for the Lancers.
ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC 63, COUDERSPORT 37
COUDERSPORT, Pa. – Sydney Alexander led a trio of Elk County Catholic players in double digits in a 63-37 road win over Coudersport.
Sami Straub added 13 points for the Lady Crusaders with Lucy Klawuhn chipping in 10.
Emily Mourer contributed eight points in the victory, and Tori Newton and Mya Pistner each added seven tallies.
Olivia Fink and Emilee Ruter each scored nine points for Coudersport.
KARNS CITY 45, KEYSTONE 15
KNOX, Pa. – A 16-point night from Naomi Vanesky helped Karns City roll past homestanding Keystone, 45-15, in KSAC action.
Brooklynn Taylor added seven points for the Lady Gremlins.
Ashlee Albright scored six points for Keystone.
CONNEAUT 50, MAPLEWOOD 42
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Trailing 37-33 going to the fourth quarter, Conneaut outscored Maplewood 17-5 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 50-42 win.
Lainie Harrington scored eight of her 19 points in the fourth quarter to help rally the Eagles, while Courtney Perrye had five of her 13 points over the final eight minutes.
Hannah Brady was also in double figures for Conneaut with 10 points. Harrington also had eight rebounds and seven assists, while Perrye had seven steals and Brady four steals and two blocks.
Savannah O’Hara had a big game in the loss for Maplewood, scoring 25 points. Rhaelyn Koelle added seven points for the Tigers.
AUSTIN 40, OSWAYO VALLEY 25
AUSTIN, Pa. – An 11-point, 10-rebound double-double from Isabella Rees helped Austin to a 40-25 home win over Oswayo Valley in NTL action.
Rees also added four assists.
Also for Austin, Ella Brewer scored 11 points.
Eve West paced Oswayo Valley with nine points.
YOUNGSVILLE 46, IROQUOIS 35
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Youngsville built a 25-13 halftime lead on its way to a 46-35 win over Iroquois.
Zaylee Cressley scored nine of her 15 points in the first half for Youngsville, while Riley Robinault scored eight points in each half on her way to a game-high 16 points.
Molly Helman added seven points in the win for Youngsville.
Grace Abele and Karina Reichard had nine points each for Iroquois.
SLIPPERY ROCK 50, CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 41
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – CJ Sabo poured in a game-high 19 points to lead Slippery Rock to a 50-41 win over Slippery Rock.
Sabo scored six of her points in the fourth quarter as Slippery Rock outscored the Blue Devils 14-12 over the final eight minutes after leading 36-29 going to the fourth.
Madson Romanavich scored 13 of her 16 points in the first half for Slippery Rock.
Meg Puleis scored nine of her team-high 11 points in the second half for Cambridge Springs.
HARBOR CREEK 47, SENECA 33
HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Brooke Przybylski scored 18 points as Harbor Creek earned a 52-27 win over Titusville.
Hannah Smith added 11 points for Harbor Creek in the win.
Mallory Hammill led Seneca with 12 points.
SHARON 52, TITUSVILLE 27
TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Tay Chester scored 17 points as Sharon earned a 52-27 win over Titusville.
Leah Root added 10 points for Sharon in the win.
Addy Burleigh had eight points for Titusville.