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Dec. 22, 2021 D10 Boys/Girls Hoops: Dunn Lifts Ike to Last-Second Win; Kennedy Catholic Gets Big Non-Region Victory

Eisenhower's Mackenzie Dunn scored 20 points, including the game-winning steal and layup with one second left in Eisenhower's 44-43 win over Titusville.

RUSSELL, Pa. – Mackenzie Dunn wasn’t going to be denied.

       

Dunn’s steal and layup with one second to go lifted Eisenhower to its first win of the season, 44-43 over Titusville.

See the play here:

     

Dunn finished with 20 points in the game, no bigger than the last two, while also pulling down 12 rebounds for a double-double. She also had six steals.

She talked about the win afterward:

Eisenhower led 23-9 at the half, but Titusville rallied, taking its first lead of the game in the fourth quarter, which was quickly negated by a jumper by Eisenhower’s November Dunn.

Titusville used strong shooting to get back in the game, led by Lily Tucker and Rylie McGarvey, who scored 12 and 11 points each.

Lilly Smythe finished with nine points for Eisenhower, while Kaitlin Sleeman added five and Callie Benson and Madison Sleeman four each.

Ava Matteson added eight points for Titusville and Bri Wynn five.

     

Rewatch the game:

FAIRVIEW 47, CONNEAUT (Pa.) 26

LINESVILLE, Pa. – Hope Garrity scored 22 points as Fairview earned a 47-26 win over Conneaut (Pa.).

Garrity scored 11 of her points in the first quarter as Fairview built a 15-4 lead.

Caroline Zentis netted nine points for Fairview, while Sara Gennuso added six and Ella Garrity five.

Hannah Brady led Conneaut with 11 points and Jacqui Derelich five.

WEST MIDDLESEX 58, GROVE CITY 29

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Emily Anthony and Carlie Beatty scored 20 points each as West Middlesex powered past Grove City, 58-29.

Anthony scored 18 of her points in the first half as the Big Reds built a 39-12 lead. Anthony also had nine rebounds, seven assists, and five steals, while Beatty pulled down seven rebounds.

Delaney Callahan and Emma Santom scored eight points each to lead Grove City.

KENNEDY CATHOLIC 41, MERCYHURST PREP 35

ERIE, Pa. – Kennedy Catholic built a 12-point lead after three quarters and held off Mercyhurst Prep, 41-35 in a non-region showdown to stay unbeaten.

Hayden Keith scored nine points on three triples, while Paris Gilmore also had nine points for the Golden Eagles. Layke Fields added eight and Bellah DiNardo, who is closing in on 1,000 career points, finished with six.

Anna Tranum finished with a team-high 10 points for Mercyhurst Prep, while Olivia Kulyk added eight and Joce Ollinger six.

GENERAL MCLANE 45, SAEGERTOWN 34

SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – General McLane outscored Saegertown by 12 in the second half on its way to a 45-34 win over Saegertown.

Louisa Opp led three GM players in double figures with 12 points, while Avery VanDyke and Libby Opp had 10 apiece.

Mollie Przybrowski scored a game-high 16 points for Saegertown and Averie Braymer added 10.

SENECA VALLEY 59, SLIPPERY ROCK 27

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Slippery Rock was outscored by 21 in the first half of a 59-27 loss to WPIAL power Seneca Valley.

Ella McDermott led Slippery Rock with eight points, while Gianna Bedel had six and Bronwyn McCoy and Katie Book five each.

BOYS

FARRELL 47, COMMODORE PERRY 24

FARRELL, Pa. – Omar Stewart Jr. scored 12 points as Farrell turned in a dominant defensive effort in a 47-24 Region 1 win over Commodore Perry.

The Steelers led 19-8 at halftime.

Lamont Samuels added nine points for the Steelers, while Malachi Owens netted seven and Kylon Wilson six.

Karson Cropp led Commodore Perry with 10 points

Lamont Samuels 9, Kylon Wilson 6, Omar Stewart Jr. 12 Malachi Owens 7.

SENECA 75, YOUNGSVILLE 22

WATTSBURG, Pa. – Justin Walker poured in 26 points as Seneca raced to a 75-22 win over Youngsville.

The Bobcats scored 47 points in the first half en route to the win.

Lucas Rupp netted eight points for Seneca, while Bobby Yost and Vinny Rupp had seven each.

Alex Hill had 12 points for Youngsville.

MERCER 51, SLIPPERY ROCK 44

MERCER, Pa. – Woody Nickel led a balanced effort with 14 points as Mercer earned a 51-44 win over Slippery Rock.

Jake Mattocks netted 13 points, while Daemyin Mattocks added 10.

Dylan Gordon scored a game-high 18 points for Slippery Rock, while Elam Pyle added 14.

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