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Dec. 21, 2022 D10 Hoops: Ike Girls Roll; Greenville Girls Stay Unbeaten; Prep, Farrell Boys Still Perfect

Eisenhower's Clara Steinberg. Photo by Steve Younger.

Dec. 21, 2022 D10 Hoops

GIRLS

EISENHOWER 56, ROCKY GROVE 27

SUGARCREEK BOROUGH, Pa. – Freshman Clara Steinberg scored 15 of her 24 points in the first half as Eisenhower earned a 56-27 win over Rocky Grove.

           

Steinberg knocked down a pair of 3’s for Eisenhower, while Bella Marino tallied 11 points and Laney Font and Mackenzie Dunn added eight points each.

Rae Montgomery led Rocky Grove with seven points.

MAPLEWOOD 69, YOUNGSVILLE 18

GUYS MILLS, Pa. – Maplewood built a 23-2 lead after the first quarter on its way to a 69-18 win over Youngsville.

Ten different Maplewood players found the scoring column, led by Sadie Thomas, who finished with 12 points.

Savannah O’Hara and Maggie Means added 10 points each for Maplewood, while Rhaelynn Koelle had eight points.

Riley Robinault led Youngsville with 10 points.

GREENVILLE 42, WEST MIDDLESEX 26

GREENVILLE, Pa. – Greenville outscored West Middlesex 19-4 in the second quarter on its way to a 42-26 victory.

Grace Cano had 16 points and seven rebounds to lead Greenville, which improved to 5-0 with the win.

Josie Lewis added 11 points for Greenville and Anna Harpst had 10 points.

LAKEVIEW 30, NORTHWESTERN 23

               

ALBION, Pa. – Lakeview outscored Northwestern 17-10 in the second half on its way to a 30-23 win over Northwestern.

Kelsey Seddon and Emma Marsteller led Lakeview with nine points each.

McKayla Presser-Palmer led Northwestern with a game-high 12 points.

MCDOWELL 35, KINGS PARK (N.Y.) 30

KISSIMMEE, Fla. – McDowell outscored Kings Park (N.Y.) 10-2 in the second quarter on its way to a 35-30 win on Day 2 of the KSA Tournament.

Mercedes Feronti led McDowell with 11 points, while Jessica Hetz had eight points and Amaiya Nelson had eight points.

McDowell will play Fouke (Ark.) on Thursday.

IROQUOIS 33, COMMODORE PERRY 30

   

HADLEY, Pa. – Grace Abele scored 14 points to lead Iroquois to a 33-30 win over Commodore Perry.

Iroquois led 27-20 after three quarters and held off a late Commodore Perry rally.

Gracie Belfiore added nine points for Iroquois.

Marley Meyer led Commodore Perry with eight points.

BOYS

CATHEDRAL PREP 69, SOUTHERN (Ky.) 39

KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Amaree Pickens poured in 20 points as Cathedral Prep won for the second time in as many days in the KSA Tournament.

Pickens was one of three Ramblers in double figures, as Semontae Lofton tallied 11 points and Tavion Spencer 10.

The unbeaten Ramblers look to go 3-0 on their Florida trip when they battle Pingree (Mass.) on Thursday.

BUTLER 75, SLIPPERY ROCK 48

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Madden Clement had 21 points as Butler beat Slippery Rock, 75-48.

Braylon Littlejohn was also in double figures for Butler with 16 points, while Ryan Porch added 12.

Dylan Gordon had 12 points, while Josh Book added eight for Slippery Rock.

FARRELL 60, NESHANNOCK 41

FARRELL, Pa. – Farrell jumped out to a 37-18 on its way to a 60-41 win over Neshannock, improving to 5-0 in the process.

Nasir O’Kane led another balanced Farrell effort with 14 points, while Kylon Wilson and Lamont Samuels added 10 points each.

David Kwiat led Neshannock with 13 points.

JAMESTOWN 57, REYNOLDS 47

TRANSFER, Pa. – Cam Keyser had another big game with 23 points as Jamestown earned a 57-47 win over Reynolds.

Seamus Ford and Carter Williams were also in double figures for the Muskies, scoring 11 points each.

Andrew McCloskey led Reynolds with 16 points, while Jake Williams added 10.

ERIE 64, MERCYHURST PREP 48

ERIE, Pa. – Andreas McCullum led Erie with 15 points in a 64-48 win over Mercyhurst Prep.

Shaun McCausland led Mercyhurst Prep with 12 points.

ST. JOE’S REGIONAL (N.J.) 55, MCDOWELL 34

KISSIMMEE, Fla. – McDowell’s Kamden Kramer scored 12 points, but the Trojans fell 55-34 to St. Joe’s Regional (N.J.) on Day 2 of the KSA Tournament.

Tyler Grove added eight points for McDowell.

The Trojans will play Bayside (Fla.) on the final day of the tournament on Thursday.

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