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Dec. 14, 2022 D9 Hoops: Boys – Austin, Galeton, Smethport Get NTL Wins; Girls – Bowser at it Again in Keystone Win

Keystone's Natalie Bowser recorded her second straight 20-20 game in Keystone's win over C-L. Photo by Kim Constantino

Dec. 14 District 9 boys’ and girls’ recaps

AUSTIN 68, NORTHERN POTTER 48

ULYSSES, Pa. – Five players reached double digits to lift Austin to a 68-48 win at Northern Potter.

Jacob Hooftallen scored a game-high 16 points for Austin while adding seven rebounds, while Dawson Hooftallen had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds

           

Also in the win, Keaton Shupe scored 13 points and Hunter Bundy and Branden Stuckey each added 10.

Nolan Smith led Northern Potter with 14 points, and Malachi Lewis added 10.

GALETON 69, OSWAYO VALLEY 59

SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa. – Braiden Cimino and John Martin combined to score 50 points to help visiting Galeton to a 69-59 NTL win over Oswayo Valley.

Cimino led all scorers with 26 points with Martin adding 24.

Cayden Black paced Oswayo Valley with 22 points with Allen Mertsock adding 11.

SMETHPORT 60, COUDERSPORT 53

COUDERSPORT, Pa. – Preston Alfieri scored 18 of his game-high 24 points before halftime to help Smethport pick up a 60-53 NTL road win over Coudersport.

Carson Dunn then picked up the scoring pace in the second half netting 15 of his 18 points after the break to help the Hubbers to the victory.

Mason Roessner paced Coudersport with 16 points, six steals, and five rebounds, while Rielly Streich added 14 points and LT Myers 12.

RIDGWAY 34, CAMERON COUNTY 28

RIDGWAY, Pa. – Aaron Sorg hit three 3-pointers and scored 11 points to lift Ridgway to a 34-28 home win over Cameron County.

               

Jack Benninger added nine points for the Elkers.

Camdyn Allison and Ryan Shaffer each scored eight points for Cameron County.

DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 68, HARMONY 58

WESTOVER, Pa. – Behind 28 points and 10 rebounds from Luke Swisher visiting DuBois Central Catholic pulled out a 68-58 win over Harmony.

Andrew Green added 14 points for the Cardinals.

Cohlton Fry tickled the twine for 26 points for Harmony.

KANE 53, BROCKWAY 37

BROCKWAY, Pa. – ‘Dane Anderson led a foursome of Kane players in double digits with 15 points, as the visiting Wolves beat Brockway, 53-37.

   

Scott Szymanski added 11 points for Kane with Ricky Zampogna and Landon Darr each scoring 10.

Alex Carlson led Brockway with 18 points.

INDIANA 51, PUNXSUTAWNEY 47

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Stanford Webb scored five fourth-quarter points to help Indiana rally past Punxsutawney, 51-47, in Punxsy.

The Little Indians trailed 42-36 going to the fourth quarter but outscored the Chucks 15-5 in the final eight minutes.

Webb led Indiana with 17 points.

Ryen Heigley had a game-high 26 points for Punxsutawney.

GIRLS

KEYSTONE 40, CLARION-LIMESTONE 28

KNOX, Pa. – Natalie Bowser had with 20 points, 17 rebounds, five blocks, and four assists to lift Keystone to a 40-28 win over visiting Clarion-Limestone in KSAC Large School action.

Jenna Dunn paced C-L with 11 points.

UNION 36, FOREST AREA 23

RIMERSBURG, Pa. – Up just three at halftime, Union expanded its lead to 12 by the end of the third quarter on its way to a 36-23 win over visiting Forest Area.

Gracie Gallagher scored five of her six points in the third quarter to help the Golden Damsels go from up 15-12 to up 30-18 going to the fourth quarter.

Cheyenne Dowling led Union with 11 points with Ava Strauser adding eight points.

Kaylie Rooke led Forest Area with 11 points, 12 rebounds, and eight blocked shots with Amber Guzzi adding five points and seven rebounds and Jayden Colvin chipped in seven points.

NORTH CLARION 57, A-C VALLEY 23

FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. – North Clarion continued its strong starts building a 15-2 lead at the end of the first quarter on its way to a 57-23 win over visiting A-C Valley.

The She-Wolves have now outscored their opponents 68-6 in the first quarter over the last four games and 122-31 in the first half of those games.

Eleven different North Clarion players scored led by 11 points from Emma McFarland.

Maria Bauer chipped in nine points for the She-Wolves with Lilly Homan adding seven.

Mackenzie Parks had eight points and five rebounds for A-C Valley with Maddy Dehart adding five points and seven rebounds. Ava Snyder dished out five assists and scored four points.

DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 42, BROCKWAY 11

DUBOIS, Pa. – Lexi Berta hit three 3-pointers and scored her first nine points of the year to help DuBois Central Catholic roll past visiting Brockway, 42-11, in AML South action.

Kayley Risser added nine points for the Lady Cardinals who also got seven points each from Faith Jacob and Julia Sebring.

Sophia Schmader led Brockway with three points and four steals with Madelyn Schmader adding two points and six rebounds.

ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC 50, JOHNSONBURG 16

JOHNSONBURG, Pa. – Tori Newton had 13 points and 10 rebounds to help Elk County Catholic to a 50-16 road AML North win over Johnsonburg.

Lucy Klawuhn added 11 points for the Lady Crusaders.

Ella Lindberg paced Johnsonburg with four points.

ST. MARYS 55, KANE 20

ST. MARYS, Pa. – Jayssa Snelcik scored 17 points to lead St. Marys to a 55-20 win over visiting Kane.

Oliva Eckels added 11 points for the Lady Dutch with Molly Hanslovan adding eight points.

Leah Tigani and Rylee Haight each had six points for Kane.

PUNXSUTAWNEY 61, OIL CITY 15

OIL CITY, Pa. – Avary Powell hit 12 of 17 shots on her way to 24 points in leading visiting Punxsutawney to a 61-15 win over Oil City.

Powell added six rebounds, four steals, and three assists.

Also for the Lady Chucks Emily McMahan had 11 points, three rebounds, and two helpers, Olivia Burkett added nine points, six steals, and four boards, Danielle Griebel chipped in seven points, six steals, four rebounds, and five assists, and Samantha Griebel added six points, four assists, four steals, and three rebounds.

Maddy Marczak and Peyton Liederbach each scored four points for Oil City.

GENERAL MCLANE 47, CLARION 19

CLARION, Pa. – Libby Opp poured in 23 points as General McLane earned a 47-19 win over Clarion.

Opp drained seven 3-pointers in the win and scored 18 of her 23 points in the second half.

Kiley Leasure and Bailey Cannon added six points each for GM, which outscored Clarion 26-7 in the second half.

Natalie Durish scored six points and Sophie Babington five for Clarion.

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