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Dec. 16, 2022 D9 Girls Hoops: Harmon Layup helps RV Beat Moniteau; Coudy Edges Ridgway

Mylee Harmon's layup with just over 5 seconds left gave Redbank Valley a win over Moniteau Friday. Photo by Paul Burdick. Check out more of Burdick's work here

NEW BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Mylee Harmon’s driving layup with 5.6 seconds left kept Redbank Valley unbeaten with a 36-34 come-from-behind win over visiting Moniteau.

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Watch the basket via the Redbank Valley Youtube video of the game


Redbank Valley (5-0) trailed by four, 34-30, after Kendall Sankey’s offensive putback with 1:41 to play.

But Alivia Huffman scored two quick baskets for the Lady Bulldogs to tie the game at 34 with 52.2 seconds left.

Abbey Jewart then missed a layup for Moniteau with 37.1 seconds to play, and Redbank Valley held the ball until Harmon made her move to win the game.

The Lady Warriors had one final shot at the end that was off the mark.

Moniteau trailed 23-21 going to the fourth quarter but started the frame on an 8-2 run that was capped by Catherine Kelly’s layup with 3 ½ minutes left that put the Lady Warriors ahead, 29-25.

But freshman Quinn White hit a 3-pointer to help stem the Moniteau momentum, and the Lady Warriors were never able to get the lead to more than four.

Huffman led Redbank Valley with 15 points with Caylen Rearick adding eight.

Harmon, who was held scoreless in the first half, finished with five points.

Sankey had a double-double of 10 points and 14 rebounds for Moniteau with Allie Pry adding nine points. Kelly had seven points and nine rebounds, and Jewart finished with six points.


COUDERSPORT, Pa. – Hallie Rigas had nine points and eight rebounds to help Coudersport knock off visiting Ridgway, 28-25.

Olivia Fink added seven points for the Lady Falcons with Sierra Myers scoring six. Emma Chambers chipped in six rebounds and scored four points.


Kristen Ellenberger scored 11 points for Ridgway with Jenna Kasmierski adding 10 points, nine rebounds, four steals, two assists, and three blocked shots.


JOHNSONBURG, Pa. – Ella Lindberg and Cadence Brechtel combined to score 27 points to help Johnsonburg to a 40-20 home win over Smethport.

Lindberg netted 14 points with Brechtel adding 13.

Elizabeth Hungiville and Jaidyn Goodman each had five points for Smethport.


BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Syd Alexander scored 19 points and led a trio of double-figure scorers in Elk County Catholic’s 53-31 District 9 League matchup at Brookville.

Alexander scored 10 of her points in the first quarter as the Lady Crusaders led 15-4. Their lead grew to as many as 23 points late in the third quarter.


Tori Newton finished with 13 points, 11 in the second half, while grabbing 10 rebounds. Lucy Klawuhn finished with 10 points.

Brookville got eight points from Kerstyn Davie.


YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Kane scored the first 14 points of the game and never looked back in a 46-16 win over Youngsville.

Hailey Hillman scored 10 points to lead Kane, while Cora Jekielek and Maya Smith added eight each.

Melea Jenkins led the Eagles with five points


FOXBURG, Pa. – Cheyenne Dowling netted a career-best 15 points to lift visiting Union to a 49-32 win over A-C Valley.

Katie Gezik also had a career-best for the Golden Damsels with 10 points, and Ava Strausser scored nine.

Mackenzie Parks had a game-high 17 points for A-C Valley.


MARIENVILLE, Pa. – The Babington sisters combined to score 27 points in Clarion’s 41-15 road win over Forest Area.

Sophie Babington led the Lady Cats with 16 points with Gia Babington adding 11.

Clarion also got 12 tallies from Taylor Alston.

Amber Guzzi paced Forest Area with five points with Kaylie Rooke adding two points, seven rebounds, six blocked shots, and two steals.


SENECA, Pa. – Natalie Bowser and Ashlee Albright combined to score 27 points to help visiting Keystone win its third game in a row, this time 45-29 over Cranberry.

Bowser scored 14 points for the Lady Panthers with Albright adding 13.

Emma Gruber also added nine tallies for Keystone.

Kendall Findlay had seven points for Cranberry with Allie Rembold and Mariah Wessell each adding six.


KARNS CITY, Pa. – Brooklyn Taylor’s second 20-point game of the season helped Karns City to a 59-24 win over visiting Clarion-Liemstone.

Taylor hit eight shots, including a 3-pointer, from the field and went 3-for-6 from the line on her way to the game-high 20 tallies.

Emma Dailey added 13 points, including seven in the first quarter, for the Lady Gremlins who led 18-2 at the end of a quarter.

Alyssa Wiant paced C-L with 10 points.


PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Avary Powell had another strong game with 18 points, nine rebounds, and four assists to help Punxsutawney roll past visiting Bradford, 68-15.

The Lady Chucks also welcomed Chloe Presloid back from a two-game absence with the senior scoring 13 points, grabbing 13 rebounds, and dishing out three assists.

Samantha Griebel and Emily McMahan each added nine points in the win.

Kalie Dixon had seven points for Bradford.


FLINTON, Pa. – Minyhah Easterling scored 28 points to help Glendale beat visiting Curwensville, 72-14.

Natalie Wischuck had six points for Curwensville.

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