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Dec. 5, 2022 D9/10 Boys/Girls Hoops: Union Boys, Cambridge Springs Girls Notch Impressive Wins

Dawson Camper had a double-double in Union's win. Photo by Jared Bakaysa of JB Graphics.

Dec. 5 District 9 and District 10 boys’ and girls’ basketball recaps

BOYS

UNION 57, RIDGWAY 42

RIMERSBURG, Pa. -Dawson Camper’s double-double of 13 points and 11 rebounds helped Union knock off visiting Ridgway, 57-42.

           

Payton Johnston had a team-high 15 points to go with four assists for the Golden Knights who also got 11 points, eight rebounds, and three assists from Zander Laughlin.

Aaron Sorg had a game-high 26 points for Ridgway, who fell in the debut of first-year head coach Eric Herzing.

Jack Benninger chipped in 12 points for the Elkers.

DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 52, GLENDALE 23

DUBOIS, Pa. – Andrew Green and Luke Swisher combined for 30 points to lead DuBois Central Catholic to a 52-23 win over visiting Glendale.

Green led the Cardinals with 16 points with Swisher adding 14.

Marek Hoyt also chipped in seven points in the win.

WILLIAMSON 57, NORTHERN POTTER 44

ULYSSES, Pa. – Jack Nolan and Kristian Mizdail combined to score 34 points to lead Williamson to a 57-44 win at Northern Potter.

Nolan tallied 18 points with Mizdail adding 16 for the Warriors.

Ty Daniels scored 15 points to pace Northern Potter with Marc Kicklightner adding eight tallies.

PORT ALLEGANY 41, SMETHPORT 37

               

SMETHPORT, Pa. – Just three days after playing in the PIAA Class 1A football semifinal game, Port Allegany got its basketball season started with a 41-37 NTL win at Smethport.

  1. Button completed a double-double with 14 rebounds with Evens adding eight rebounds and seven assists.

Braylon Button led a balanced effort for the Gators with 10 points with Drew Evens and Mason Klawuhn each adding seven points. Blaine Moses chipped in six tallies.

Caron Dunn paced Smethport with 11 points with Alex Cole adding 10 and Preston Alfieri nine.

SHARON 66, SHARPSVILLE 57

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. – Garrett Hoffman scored 16 points as Sharon picked up its first win of the season, 66-57 over Sharpsville in non-region action.

Derek Douglas had 15 points for Sharon, which used a 17-11 third quarter to extend its lead to double-digits, 51-41.

Braden Scravel led Sharpsville with 14 points in the loss.

GIRLS

   

ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC 52, UNION 18

ST. MARYS, Pa. – Syd Alexander scored six of her game-high 17 points from the free-throw line to lead Elk County Catholic to a 52-18 win over visiting Union in its season opener.

Alexander went 6 of 7 from the line while also hitting five shots, including a 3-pointers.

Lucy Klawuhn also added 10 points for the Lady Crusaders with Emily Mourer chipping in nine points and 10 rebounds. Tori Newton also had 10 rebounds to go with six points, and Sami Straub dished out four assists and scored four points.

Hailey Theuret paced Union with 14 points.

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 60, EDEN CHRISTIAN 45

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Jordyn Wheeler (22) and Makenzie Yanc (20) combined for 42 points in Cambridge Springs’ 60-45 win over Eden Christian.

Yanc also dished out 11 assists, while Wheeler had seven rebounds and Hailee Rodgers nine points for the Blue Devils, who led 37-19 at halftime.

Lanie Brogdon led Eden Christian with 15 points.

CLEARFIELD 48, CURWENSVILLE 20

CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Mia Helsel tickled the twine for a career-best 23 points to help Clearfield to a 48-20 win at Curwensville.

Cayleigh Walker added 16 points for the Lady Bison.

Natalie Wischuck paced Curwensville with seven points with Janelle Passmore adding six.

JOHNSONBURG 47, CAMERON COUNTY 37

EMPORIUM, Pa. – Annasophia Stauffer scored a game-high 17 points to give first-year Johnsonburg head coach Adam Pfingstler his first win, 47-37, over Cameron County.

Ella Lindberg added 12 points for the Ramettes.

Navaeg Spaeth scored 13 points to lead Cameron County with Aubree Lorenzo chipping in 10 tallies.

CONNEAUT (Pa.) 46, IROQUOIS 15

LINESVILLE, Pa. – Hannah Brady led a balanced effort with 11 points as Conneaut beat Iroquois, 46-15.

Jacqui Dietelich had nine points, six rebounds, and two steals for CASH, while Lainie Harrington had eight points, five rebounds, and three steals. Carly Perrye also had 12 rebounds in the win.

Lily Polk paced Iroquois with seven points.

COCHRANTON 44, WEST MIDDLESEX 36

COCHRANTON, Pa. – Cochranton outscored West Middlesex 13-5 in the fourth quarter on its way to a 44-36 win.

Eve Pfeiffer scored seven of her nine points in the fourth quarter to lead the rally for Cochranton, while Ella Gallo and Abby Knapka finished with 10 points apiece.

Caitlin Stephens led West Middlesex with a game-high 19 points.

CATHEDRAL PREP 46, MT. LEBANON 42

PITTSBURGH – Cathedral Prep built a 31-18 halftime lead and held off an Mt. Lebanon rally for a 46-42 win.

Lena Walz had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead the Ramblers, while Jayden McBride had 10 points and pulled down seven rebounds.

Tori Petko led Mt. Lebanon with 14 points.

SHARON 44, JAMESTOWN 22

SHARON, Pa. – Sharon outscored Jamestown 26-8 in the first half on its way to a 44-22 win over Jamestown.

India McGee led a balanced effort for Sharon with 13 points, while Lacey Root added nine points and Diavonna Nixon seven.

Alayna Cadman led Jamestown with a game-high 15 points.

WILMINGTON 67, MEADVILLE 30

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Behind 22 points from Lia Krarup, Wilmington earned a 67-30 win over Meadville.

Alivia Ashton led Meadville with seven points.

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