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Dec. 13, ’22 D9 Hoops: Boys – Cook Paces Bville Win; KC Edges Redbank; Girls – Sheeler, O-E Win Again; NoPo Victorious

Dec. 13 District 9 boys’ and girls’ basketball recaps

BOYS

BROOKVILLE 58, CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 28

BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Clayton Cook scored eight of his game-high 20 points in the first quarter, as Brookville used a quick start to run past visiting Cambridge Springs, 58-28.

           

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Behind the play of Cook, who was named the Allegheny Grille of Foxburg Player of the Game after also grabbing seven rebounds, Brookville led 14-5 at the end of eight minutes and then expanded the lead to 32-17 by halftime with Cook pouring in 12 first-half points.

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Connor Marshall added 12 points, six rebounds, three assists, and three steals for the Raiders with Kellan Haines adding nine points and Noah Peterson seven.

Josh Reisenauer led Cambridge Springs with 16 points with Parker Schmidt adding eight.

KARNS CITY 47, REDBANK VALLEY 42

NEW BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Building a nine-point halftime lead, Karns City held on for a 47-42 road win over Redbank Valley.

The Gremlins led 24-15 at halftime thanks to eight points from Jacob Callihan but watched as the Bulldogs clawed their way back after halftime behind four 3-pointers, including two from Aiden Ortz.

Shane Peters had a game-high 16 points to go with 10 rebounds for Karns City, while Micah Rupp was also active for the Gremlins finishing with 11 points, 10 rebounds, and three blocked shots.

Callihan added nine points in the win, and Taite Beighley scored eight points.

               

Redbank Valley’s offense was balanced with Owen Clouse scoring eight points, Mason Clouse seven, Ortz and Mathew Kozman six each, and Ty Carrier and Braylon Wagner five apiece.

A-C VALLEY 76, NORTH CLARION 67

FOXBURG, Pa. – In a high-scoring affair, Jay Clover and Alex Preston combined for 49 points to lead A-C Valley to a 76-67 KSAC Small School win over visiting North Clarion.

Preston led the Falcons with 25 points with Clover adding 24.

Also for A-C Valley, Brody Dittman netted 18 tallies.

Four North Clarion players reached double digits paced by 18 points from Aiden Hartle. Drake Irwin added 15 points and Zeelan Hargenrader and Colbin Waterson each scored 11.

In addition, the Wolves got nine points from Andy Castner.

ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC 61, JOHNSONBURG 25

   

ST. MARYS, Pa. – Jordan Wasko hit four 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 18 points to lead Elk County Catholic to a 61-25 conference win over visiting Johnsonburg.

Michael Jacobs added 13 points for the Crusaders with Adam Straub chipping in nine tallies and Wil Wortman eight.

Isaiah Jackson had 12 points for Johnsonburg.

MONITEAU 59, CRANBERRY 27

SENECA, Pa. – Aydan Jackson and Andrew Zepeda combined to score 27 points to help visiting Moniteau to a 59-27 win over Cranberry.

Jackson led the Warriors with 16 points with Zepeda adding 11.

Chason Delarosa-Rugg also scored eight for Moniteau.

Ethan Merryman netted a team-high 15 points for Cranberry.

CLARION-LIMESTONE 68, KEYSTONE 34

STRATTANVILLE, Pa. – Rylie Klingensmith scored 18 points to help Clarion-Limestone to a 68-34 home win over Keystone.

Jordan Hesdon added 12 points for the Lions who also got a strong all-around game from Jase Ferguson, who had 10 points, nine steals, and eight assists.

Cole Henry led Keystone with 15 points with Kyle Nellis adding 11 points.

UNION 79, FOREST AREA 13

TIONESTA, Pa. – Skyler Roxbury scored 19 points, had three steals, and handed out two assists to help Union roll past Forest Area, 79-13, at West Forest.

Payton Johnston added 10 points, five assists, and two blocked shots for the Golden Knights who also got nine tallies apiece from Christian Salizoni, Trent Fleming, and Owen Bish.

Jacob Healy led Forest Area with seven points.

CHRISTIAN LIFE ACADEMY 61, VENANGO CATHOLIC 45

SENECA, Pa. – Despite 28 points from James Henry, Venango Catholic fell on the road, 61-45, to Christian Life Academy.

TITUSVILLE 55, SHEFFIELD 48

TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Manny Perez exploded for a career-high 39 points to lead Titusville to a 55-48 win over visiting Sheffield.

Perez hit seven 3-pointers and scored 14 of Titusville’s first 16 points and 24 of the Rockets’ 32 first-half points.

Despite Perez’s heroics, Titusville led by just seven, 32-25, at halftime and saw Sheffield get back within five, 40-35, by the end of the third quarter.

Connor Finch paced the Wolverines with 15 points and six rebounds with Lucas McNeal adding 11 points and six boards.

GIRLS

NORTHERN POTER 42, AUSTIN 30

AUSTIN, Pa. – Another double-double from Rebecca Martin helped Northern Potter pick up a 42-30 road NTL win over Austin.

Martin had 10 points and 11 rebounds to lead NoPo while Molly Cady also grabbed 10 boards while scoring nine points.

Kayden Brown had a solid all-around game in the victory with six points, eight rebounds, and seven steals, Haylee Chapman also scored nine points, and Reagan Slawson had six points and four assists.

Ella Brewer paced Austin with 14 points, seven rebounds, and four steals with Isabella Rees adding nine points, four assists, and four steals.

OTTO-ELDRED 52, PORT ALLEGANY 35

DUKE CENTER, Pa. – Another night, another strong game from Katie Sheeler helped Otto-Eldred to another NTL victory, this time 52-35 over visiting Port Allegany.

Sheeler had 20 points, six assists, four rebounds, and three steals for the Lady Terrors.

Also for Otto-Eldred Carrie Drummond added nine points and eight rebounds, Anna Merry had eight points, three rebounds, and three steals, and Bri Heller chipped in six points and four boards.

Kayleigha Dowell had a team-best 10 points for Port Allegany with Ella Moses grabbing a game-high 10 rebounds while scoring nine points.

Also for the Lady Gators, Evin Stauffer had five points, four assists, four steals, and four rebounds, and Brynn Evens grabbed six rebounds while scoring six points.

COUDERSPORT 40, SMETHPORT 19

SMETHPORT, Pa. – In Smethport, Olivia Fink scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds to help Coudersport to a 40-19 NTL victory over the Lady Hubbers.

Sierra Myers added 11 points and five rebounds, Emma Chambers had nine points, six rebounds, and four assists, and Laura Dunn hauled in seven rebounds.

Elizabeth Hugiville scored 10 points, grabbed nine rebounds, and handed out two assists for Smethport with Jadyn Goodman scoring four points to go with seven rebounds.

OSWAYO VALLEY 29, GALETON 3

GALETON, Pa. – Allowing just a second-quarter 3-pointer, Oswayo Valley topped homestanding Galeton, 29-3.

Brooke George paced Oswayo Valley with 10 points and eight rebounds with Layken Enty adding six points, six steals, and five rebounds, and Makenna Manning five points and seven rebounds.

Addison Reigle hit the 3-pointer for Galeton.

MONITEAU 51, CRANBERRY 9

WEST SUNBURY, Pa. – Nine different Moniteau players scored in a 51-9 home win over Cranberry.

Catherine Kelly led the Lady Warriors with 11 points with Allie Pry and Kendall Sankey each scoring 10.

Davina Pry climbed the ladder for 10 rebounds for Moniteau and scored six points, and Abbey Jewart handed out six assists while scoring four points.

Jadyn Shumaker scored six points for Canberry.

CLEARFIELD 58, PHILIPSBURG-OSCEOLA 15

HYDE, Pa. – Building a 17-point lead at the end of the first quarter, Clearfield rolled to a 58-15 home Mountain League win over Philipsburg-Osceola.

Mia Helsel hit a pair of first-quarter 3-pointers and scored eight of her team-high 14 points in the first eight minutes, while Riley Ryen also hit a first-quarter triple and scored five of her 13 points in the frame.

Hannah Glun and Cayleigh Walker also each scored 13 points in the win.

Regan Thorp led Philipsbuhrg-Osceola with seven points.

MOSHANNON VALLEY 35, CURWENSVILLE 21

CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Getting 10 points each from Madison McCoy and Riley Wharton, visiting Moshannon Valley beat Curwensville, 35-21, in ICC North action.

It was the second win for the Lady Knights over the Lady Tide in four days after they beat Curwensville 47-27 in the consolation game of the Philipsburg-Osceola Tournament Saturday.

Brooklynn Price and Addison Butler led Curwensville with six points each.

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