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Dec. 18, 2021 D10 Boys/Girls Hoops: Girard’s Sharman Hits 1,000-Point Milestone in Win; Franklin Boys Beat Aliquippa

Girard's Kayla Sharman reached the 1,000-point milestone in a win over General McLane on Saturday.

EDINBORO, Pa. – Girard senior Kayla Sharman joined the 1,000-point club in a 45-41 overtime win over General McLane on Saturday.

       

Sharman, who needed 20 points coming into the game, scored 25 as the Yellow Jackets scrapped out the non-region win over the Lancers. The Saint Vincent commit knocked down a pair of three’s in the process.

Girard outscored GM 8-4 in the extra stanza to earn the win.

Lily Polk added eight points for Girard.

     

Libby Opp scored a team-high 13 points for General McLane, while Avery Van Dyke and Louisa Opp added eight each.

WARREN 56, ST. MARYS 40

ST. MARYS, Pa. – Emma Ruhlman scored 23 points as Warren earned a 56-40 D9/10 crossover win over St. Marys.

Warren led 20-16 at halftime and went on a 21-9 run in the third quarter to pull away.

Ruhlman scored 15 of her 23 points in the second half, while Sam Ruhlman netted 14 points for the Dragons and Gracie Ruhlman eight.

Isabella Caskey led a pair of St. Marys players in double figures with 11 points, while Maura Caskey added 10 for the Lady Dutch.

MAPLEWOOD 53, REYNOLDS 27

     

GUYS MILLS, Pa. – Sadie Thomas scored 16 points as Maplewood powered past Reynolds, 53-27.

The Tigers outscored the Raiders 20-2 in the first quarter and never looked back, scoring 40 of their 53 points in the first half.

Izzy Eimer netted 14 points in the win for Maplewood.

Halle Murcko had a team-high 14 points for Reynolds.

NORTH EAST 44, BRADFORD 7

NORTH EAST, Pa. – Alex Cozzens poured in 21 points as North East earned a 44-7 win over Bradford.

Ellie Sebolt added eight points for North East, which built a 24-point halftime lead en route to the win

Alanna Benson tallied three points for Bradford.

ERIE 51, GREENVILLE 48

GREENVILLE, Pa. – Arianna Mitchell scored 15 points as Erie High earned a hard-fought 51-48 non-region win over Greenville.

JyNaiza Selby netted 13 points for the Royals, who broke a 34-34 tie after three quarters.

Josie Lewis led three Greenville players in double figures with 17 points. Reese Schaller added 12 points and Grace Cano 11 for the Trojans.

WEST MIDDLESEX 68, HARBOR CREEK 46

HARBOR CREEK, Pa. – Emily Anthony scored 22 points to help lead West Middlesex to a 68-46 win over Harbor Creek in non-region action.

Anthony was one of three West Middlesex players in double figures, as Carlie Beatty scored 17 points and Emma Mild 12.

Georgia Weber paced Harbor Creek with 13 points and Samantha Zank added 12.

SAEGERTOWN 41, JAMESTOWN 22

SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – Rylie Swan scored nine points to help Saegertown to a 41-22 win over Jamestown.

Hailee Gregor added eight points and Avery Bramer eight for the Panthers.

Jillian McElhinney and Sara Stevenson scored eight points each for Jamestown.

SPRING VALLEY (NEV.) 63, VILLA MARIA 55

LAS VEGAS, NEV. – Villa Maria dropped to 1-1 at the Tarkanian Classic with a 63-55 setback to Nevada powerhouse Spring Valley.

Carissa Dunham had a big game for the Victors, scoring 25 points, including seven made three’s.

Jayden McBride added 13 points and seven boards for the Victors, who will play again on Monday.

BOYS

FRANKLIN 57, ALIQUIPPA 48

NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Franklin outscored Aliquippa 23-10 in the fourth quarter to rally for an impressive 57-49 win in the Clash at New Castle.

Scott Walters had a big fourth quarter for the Knights, scoring nine of his 11 points in the final eight minutes.

Easton Fulmer once again led the way for Franklin with 20 points, while Damon Curry had 10 and Luke Guth eight.

Donovan Walker paced the Quips with 12 points, while Damar Freeman and Demarko Walker chipped in with eight apiece.

SENECA 55, WARREN 42

WARREN, Pa. – Jacob Young scored 17 points as Seneca earned its second win over a Warren County team in as many days, beating Warren 55-42 in non-region play.

An 18-8 second quarter surge for the Bobcats gave them a 10-point advantage at halftime.

Bobby Yost connected on 15 points, including four three’s for Seneca, while Colton Trimble and Justin Walker added seven apiece.

Parks Ordiway had a game-high 14 points for Warren, including three triples, while J.T. Blum added eight points and Brady Berdine six.

FREDONIA (N.Y.) 52, HARBOR CREEK 49

FREDONIA, NY. – Fredonia outscored Harbor Creek 52-49 in the fourth quarter on its way to rallying for a 52-49 win over Harbor Creek.

Ethan Fry led the comeback effort for Fredonia, scoring a game-high 22 points, while Nick Whitfield added 11.

Jaden Rocco led three Harbor Creek players in double figures with 17 points, whil Nick Krahe and Gavin Ennis netted 12 each.

ERIE 64, SHADY SIDE ACADEMY 52

ERIE, Pa. – Jay Smith scored 17 points as Erie High picked up a non-region win over Shady Side Academy of the WPIAL, 64-52.

Tayjameir Carr added 10 points for Erie in the win, as the Royals built a 16-point halftime advantage.

Eli Tesovich had a game-high 21 points for Shady Side.

CANYON SPRINGS (Calif.) 48, CATHEDRAL PREP 41

LAS VEGAS, NEV. – Jake Sambuchino scored 13 points for Cathedral Prep, but the Ramblers fell to Canyon Springs in the second round of the Tarkanian Classic, 48-41.

Semontae Lofton added 11 points for the Ramblers, who are now 1-1 in Las Vegas. They will play again on Monday.

QUAKER VALLEY 78, SHARPSVILLE 36

NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Markus Frank scored 26 points as Quaker Valley earned a 78-36 win over Sharpsville in the Clash at New Castle.

Adou Thiero added 18 and Jack Gardinier 10 for Quaker Valley.

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