HADLEY, Pa. – Lexi Coull had 15 points to help lift Clarion-Limestone to a 45-22 win over Crawford County Christian in the championship game of the Commodore Perry Tournament.
Tournament MVP Alyssa Wiant as well as Alex Leadbetter each added nine points for the Lady Lions.
Grace Oakes and Abryanna Epps combined to score all 22 points for CCC with each player scoring 11.
ERIE 51, MAPLEWOOD 42
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Erie outscored Maplewood 18-10 in the fourth quarter on its way to a 51-42 win in the championship game of the Conneaut Tournament.
Aubrey Neavins had a huge hand in the win for Erie, scoring eight of her 16 points in the fourth quarter, including 4-of-4 from the free throw line.
Aundraya Neavins was also in double figures for the Royals with 11 points.
Sadie Thomas scored nine of her team-high 11 points in the second half for Maplewood, while Bailey Varndel added eight points.
MERCER 37, MONITEAU 32, OVERTIME
MERCER, Pa. – Mercer shutout Moniteau, 5-0, in overtime to win its own tournament, 37-32.
Ava Godfley scored all five of the Mustangs’ overtime points and finished with 15 to lead the way.
Anna Allen added eight points for Mercer.
Allie Pry led Moniteau with 10 points, Catherine Kelly added eight, and Davina Pry and Kendall Sankey each had six. Sankey also grabbed 11 rebounds and handed out five assists.
ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC 43, ST. MARYS 39
ST. MARYS, Pa. – Lucy Klawuhn knocked down six long-range shots on her way to a game-high 20 points to help Elk County Catholic win the Elk County Tournament with a 43-39 win over St. Marys at St. Marys High School.
Klawuhn was on fire early hitting five first-half threes including three in the first quarter to help the Lady Crusaders take a 13-4 lead after eight minutes.
St. Marys chipped away and got within six, 23-17, at halftime before closing the gap to one, 31-30, going to the fourth quarter.
But Samantha Straub scored all seven of her points in the final eight minutes to help ECC hold on for the win.
Syd Alexander also added eight points for the Lady Crusaders.
Izza Catalone led a balanced St. Marys offense with 10 points with Jayssa Snelick and Alexa Schneider each scoring nine points.
RIDGWAY 46, JOHNSONBURG 29
ST. MARYS, Pa.- In the consolation game of the Elk County Tournament, Ridgway got 13 points, nine rebounds, and four blocked shots from Jenna Kasmierski to beat Johnsonburg, 46-29, at St. Marys High School.
Kristen Ellenberger added nine points, six steals, and three assists for the Lady Elkers who also got eight points from Gabby Amacher.
Natalie Dunworth and Maria Casilio each scored six points for Johnsonburg.
CONNEAUT 35, WEST MIDDLESEX 19
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Conneaut allowed just seven first-half points on its way to a 35-19 win over West Middlesex in the consolation game of the CASH Tournament.
Morgan Poff scored 10 points to lead Conneaut, while Lainie Harrington and Carly Perrye had eight points each.
Harrington added five assists, three rebounds and three steals, while Eliza Harrington, Perrye and Poff had four rebounds apiece.
Emma Mild paced West Middlesex with 10 points.
FAIRVIEW 54, UNION CITY 17
FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Five Fairview players scored at least eight points in a 54-17 win over Union City.
Bre Heidt led the way for Fairview with 14 points, while Hope Garrity added 11 and Sara Gennuso, Addy Greene and Riley Sholes had eight points each.
Jessica Messenger had five points for Union City.
REYNOLDS 40, COMMODORE PERRY 20
HADLEY, Pa. – Reynolds outscored Commodore Perry 24-11 in the second half on its way to a 40-20 win in the consolation game of the Commodore Perry Tournament.
Lea Miller and Julie Wade had 10 points each for Reynolds, while Ava Murcko added nine.
Marley Meyer had seven points to pace Commodore Perry.
SHARON 59, AMBRIDGE 33
MERCER, Pa. – India McGee scored 21 points as Sharon earned a 59-33 win over Ambridge in the consolation game of the Mercer Tournament.
Delaney Moore had nine points for Ambridge.
CONNEAUT (OHIO) 43, GIRARD 20
GIRARD, Pa. – Peyton Kalicky scored eight points for Girard, but it was visiting Conneaut (Ohio) that came away with a 43-20 win.
Katlynn Bean had 16 points for Conneaut in the win.
RANDOLPH (N.Y.) 52, OTTO-ELDRED 43
ALLEGANY, N.Y. – Randolph (N.Y.) hit five second-half 3-pointers to rally from a one-point halftime deficit and get a 52-43 win over previously unbeaten Otto-Eldred.
Payton Morrison hit two of those in the third quarter when the Cardinals hit four triples on their way to outscoring Otto-Eldred 14-9 to take a 33-29 lead going to the fourth quarter after being behind 20-19 at the break.
Those threes accounted for six of Morrison’s eight points, while Skylar Herrington led all scorers with 24 for Randolph, including 13 in the fourth quarter.
Quinn Pence also scored 10 points for the Cardinals.
Katie Sheeler and Brooke Close each scored 13 points for Otto-Eldred with Sheeler adding four steals and three rebounds and Close three rebounds, two steals, and two assists.
Anna Merry chipped in nine points for the Lady Terrors and Bri Heller had five points and eight rebounds.