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Dec. 10, 2022 D9/10 Hoops: Martin, NoPo Girls Rally for Win; McDowell Boys Claim Tournament Title

Northern Potter's Rebecca Martin. Photo by Patrick Crants.

Dec. 10, 2022 D9/10 basketball recaps

GIRLS

NORTHERN POTTER 36, NORTH PENN-MANSFIELD 33

WESTFIELD, Pa. – Kayden Brown, Regan Slawson, and Rebecca Martin each hit fourth-quarter 3-pointers to rally Northern Potter to a 36-33 win over North Penn-Mansfield in the consolation game of the Jack Bush Tournament at Cowanesque Valley.

           

The Lady Panthers trailed by four, 28-24, entering the final eight minutes but won the quarter 12-5 behind five points from Martin, four from Slawson, and three from Brown.

Martin had a monster day on the boards with 18 rebounds to go with her game-high 21 points.

Brown had seven steals and three points and Emma Hanes added seven rebounds and two points.

Addison Farrer had 19 points for NPM.

MOSHANNON VALLEY 47, CURWENSVILLE 27

PHILIPSBURG, Pa. – Madison McCoy and Riley Wharton each scored 11 points to lift Moshannon Valley to a 47-27 win over Curwensville in the consolation game of the Philipsburg-Osceola Tournament.

Janelle Passmore scored 11 points for Curwensville.

SAEGERTOWN 44, FORT LEBOEUF 39

WATERFORD, Pa. – Saegertown outscored Fort LeBoeuf 10-4 in the third quarter on its way to a 44-39 win.

Hailee Gregor poured in 21 points for Saegertown, including six during the third quarter, and also went 7-of-11 from the free throw line.

Lindsey Greco and Lyndzee Amory had seven points each for Saegertown.

Jillian Soder scored a game-high 20 points for Fort LeBoeuf, while Emily Samluk added 11.

               

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 33, FRANKLIN 21

FRANKLIN, Pa. – Makenzie Yanc scored 13 points and also had six assists and six steals as Cambridge Springs earned a 33-21 win over Franklin.

Hailee Rodgers seven of her 10 points in the third quarter, while Finley Rauscher added eight points.

Estelle Adams led Franklin with nine points.

WARREN 52, JAMESTOWN (NY) 44

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. – Warren outscored Jamestown 17-9 in the fourth quarter on its way to a 52-44 win in the consolation game of the Southwestern (NY) Tournament.

Peyton Wotorson led a balanced Warren effort with 12 points, while Alana Stuart netted 11, Meea Irwin 10 (eight in the fourth quarter), and Alyssa Farr eight.

Sammie Ruhlman had 12 rebounds for Warren and Halle Kuzminski 10, with Ruhlman limiting Marley Drake, who came into the game averaging 29 points per game, to eight points.

   

Alyssa Canfield led Jamestown with 18 points.

COLGAN (Va.) 48, FAIRVIEW 47

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Hope Garrity scored 24 points as Fairview dropped a one-point decision to Colgan (Va.) in their first game in the She Got Game Classic.

Garrity drained six triples and was 4-of-4 from the free-throw line.

The Lady Tigers were down eight points going into the fourth quarter and rallied to tie the game with two minutes to play.

Garrity scored eight of her 24 points in the fourth quarter, while Sara Gennuso scored six of her 14 points in the final eight minutes. Bre Heidt added four points for the Lady Tigers.

Fairview returns to action against three-time Massachusetts state champion Cathedral on Sunday.

UNIVERSITY (W.Va.) 59, KENNEDY CATHOLIC 55, overtime

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – Layke Fields scored 25 points and pulled down 13 rebounds, but Kennedy Catholic fell in overtime to University (W. Va.), 59-55.

Kennedy Catholic rallied from a 13-point deficit in the third quarter to force overtime.

Ella Simpson had 20 points in the win for University, while HannahStamp netted 18 in the win.

Isabella Bianco tallied 13 points for Kennedy, while Bella Magestro added nine.

BOYS

MCDOWELL 55, BENEDICTINE (OHIO) 52

ERIE, Pa. – McDowell built a 45-34 lead after three quarters and held off a late Benedictine rally to capture the Marsha Marsh Roundball Classic title.

Tyler Grove scored 24 points in the win for McDowell on his way to tournament MVP honors.

Isaiah Logvin added 11 points for the Trojans, while Brody Paris added eight.

Tre Edwards led Benedictine with a game-high 21 points.

HARBOR CREEK 58, FREDONIA (NY) 54

ERIE, Pa. – Harbor Creek outscored Fredonia 25-13 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 58-54 win.

JT DelSandro poured in 18 points in the win for the Huskies, while Brady Rzodkiewicz scored 15 points and Nick Krahe had 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Mike Hahn scored a game-high 23 points for Fredonia.

NESHANNOCK 68, WEST MIDDLESEX 47

NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Jack Giles led three Neshannock players in double figures with 21 points as they earned a 68-47 win over West Middlesex.

David Kwiat had 13 points for Neshannock, while Jaxon Mozzocio netted 12.

Luke Mild led West Middlesex with 17 points, while Richie Preston added 14.

STATE COLLEGE 75, ERIE 47

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – Isaac Dye scored 20 points as State College beat Erie, 75-47.

Ryan Perks added 14 points and Kevin McKenna 10 for State College.

Andreas McCullum led Erie with 16 points.

ANDOVER/WHITESVILLE (N.Y.) 53, NORTHERN POTTER 47

WESTFIELD, Pa. – CJ Estep scored 17 points to lead Andover/Whitesville (N.Y.) to a 53-47 win over Northern Potter in the consolation game of the Jack Bush Tournament at Cowanesque Valley.

Ty Daniel scored 15 points for Northern Potter with Malachi Lewis adding nine and Ethan Fuhrer eight.

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