WARREN, Pa. – Owen Becker led a balanced offensive effort with 12 points as Warren topped Bradford 47-22 in District 9/10 crossover action.
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Becker scored 10 of his 12 points in the second half on his way to Allegheny Grille of Foxburg Player of the Game honors. He talked about the win:
Brady Berdine was also in double figures for Warren, which led 25-10 at halftime, with 10 points, while Konnor Hoffman added seven.
Jake Franz led Bradford with 11 points.
TITUSVILLE 86, SAEGERTOWN 79
TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Manny Perez led four Titusville players in double figures with 27 points as the Rockets outlasted Saegertown, 86-79.
Perez was one of three Titusville players that scored at least 20 points, as Isaiah Colon scored 23 points and Andrew Wheeler 20.
The Rockets drained 12 triples in the win, with Hudson Fratus adding 13 points.
Collin Jones led Saegertown with 22 points, including 9-of-10 from the free throw line, while Brady Greco added 21 points and Hank Shaffer 19. Greco drained five threes in the game.
LAKEVIEW 47, CONNEAUT 45
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Lakeview rallied from a 34-20 deficit to start the fourth quarter, outsourcing Conneaut 27-11 in the fourth quarter en route to a 47-45 win.
Cam Pence scored five of his team-high 15 points in the fourth quarter for Lakeview, while Evan Reiser scored nine of his 11 points over the final eight minutes.
Cody Fagley added 10 points for Lakeview.
Connor Perrye led CASH with 11 points, while Shakiir Jordan added 10.
EISENHOWER 71, COMMODORE PERRY 57
HADLEY, Pa. – Kyler Black scored 23 points to lead Eisenhower to its first win of the season, 71-57 over Commodore Perry.
Eisenhower led 35-25 at halftime en route to the win.
Johnny Palmieri scored 11 of his 19 points in the second half for Eisenhower, while Kris Bunk was also in double figures for the Knights with 11 points.
Kyle Stringert scored 15 of his team-high 19 points in the second half for Commodore Perry, while Christian Saxe added 17.
MAPLEWOOD 43, IROQUOIS 37
LAWRENCE PARK, Pa. – Maplewood outscored Iroquois 15-9 in the fourth quarter en route to a 43-37 win.
Cole Doolittle led a balanced Maplewood effort with 13 points, while Isaac Williams added 12 and Ethan Peterson 11.
Ben Burkhardt paced Iroquois with 19 points.
MERCER 57, WILMINGTON 46
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Jake Mattocks scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half as Mercer topped Wilmington, 57-46.
Cole Cunningham scored 12 points for Mercer, including 6-of-6 from the free throw line, while Tre Miller added 10.
Anthony Reed scored a game-high 19 points for Wilmington, while Ben Miller scored all 10 of his points in the second half.
ERIE FIRST CHRISTIAN 65, FORT LEBOEUF 48
WATERFORD, Pa. – Jesse Jong poured in 19 points as Erie First Christian beat Fort LeBoeuf, 65-48.
Louis Liu (15) Avery Collins (12) and Anthony Collins (10) were all in double-figures as well for EFC, which led 38-23 at halftime en route to the victory.
Ronan Dorler had 14 points and Carson Papay 12 for LeBoeuf.
HICKORY 48, BOARDMAN (OHIO) 43
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Aidan Enoch scored 16 points as Hickory improved to 3-0 with a 48-43 win over Boardman (Ohio).
The Hornets built a 40-27 lead after three quarters, holding off a late Boardman rally for the win.
Ben Swanson netted 10 points for Hickory, while Tyson Djakovich and Rylan Dye added nine apiece.
Demarr Clark led Boardman with eight points.
HARBOR CREEK 42, MERCYHURST PREP 39
ERIE, Pa. – JT Delsandro scored 16 points to lead Harbor Creek to a 42-39 win over Mercyhurst Prep.
Nick Krahe had another strong game for the Huskies in the win with 10 points.
Justin Pasko scored a game-high 22 points for Mercyhurst Prep.
NORTH EAST 61, CORRY 43
NORTH EAST, Pa. – Demetris Crosby poured in 23 points as North East raced to a 61-43 win over Corry.
North East led 31-14 at halftime en route to the win, with David Gibson notching 14 points and Owen Kemp 10.
Markus Lambert had 15 points to lead Corry and Brian Cressey added nine.
GIRARD 56, GENERAL MCLANE 42
EDINBORO, Pa. – Dylan McDonald scored 13 points as Girard powered past General McLane, 56-42.
Nate Edwards added 11 points and JJ Lehman nine for Girard, which outscored GM 27-22 in the second half.
Owen Martin had 13 points to lead GM.
SHARPSVILLE 53, FARRELL 29
SHARPSVILLE, Pa. – Chasie Fry scored 24 points as Sharpsville picked up its first win of the season, 53-29 over Farrell.
Tori Kimpan added 12 points for Sharpsville, while Lily Palko chipped in with seven.
Damerra Thomas led Farrell with 22 points.
NORTH CATHOLIC 50, KENNEDY CATHOLIC 28
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Dacia Lewandowski led a balanced effort with 14 points as North Catholic beat Kennedy Catholic, 50-28.
Alayna Rocco had 10 points for North Catholic, which outscored Kennedy 26-12 in the second half, while Sarah Loughry added nine.
Layke Fields had 11 points for Kennedy Catholic, while Hayden Keith added six.
BUTLER 66, ERIE 45
BUTLER, Pa. – Sarayne Forbes scored 20 points as Butler powered past Erie, 66-45.
Amelia McMichael added 17 points for the Golden Tornado.
Deaja Williams led Erie with 10 points.
SHARON 46, REYNOLDS 14
TRANSFER, Pa. – Lacey Root scored 19 points as Sharon raced to a 46-14 win over Sharon.
Jamoria Crumby had 10 points and Diavonna Nixon nine for the Lady Tigers.
Lea Miller had 10 points for Reynolds.
EISENHOWER 53, YOUNGSVILLE 49
RUSSELL, Pa. – In the first meeting of their varsity careers, Clara Steinberg and Riley Robinault put on a show, combining for 44 points. In the end, Steinberg led Eisenhower to a 53-49 win over Youngsville.
The Knights jumped out to a big lead, 18-7 after the first quarter and 32-16 at halftime, but the Eagles defense clamped down in the third quarter to cut the lead to 38-33 heading to the fourth.
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Eisenhower pushed the lead back up to eight points early in the fourth quarter, but Youngsville continued to chip away and cut it back down to five midway through the frame.
The two freshmen, Steinberg and Robinault went back and forth all game long. Perhaps no sequence better illustrated that than when Eisenhower had the ball under its own basket with 4:07 to play.
Lilly Smyth got the ball off the inbound and shot a three. The shot missed, but Steinberg made a leaping save to keep the ball alive. After the save, the Knights passed the ball around the perimeter until Laney Font tried to hit Steinberg down near the baseline. The pass was a touch out of reach, but Steinberg was able to corral it along the baseline, dribble to the perimeter, and knocked down a three.
Steinberg then stole the inbound pass, but got tripped up trying to get to the rim and lost control. Robinault got the ball, raced down the court, nearly had the ball poked away, regathered, and banked home a shot.
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A little over a minute later, the Eagles cut the lead down to four. The game stayed closely within that margin until the final 38 seconds.
Zaylee Cressley missed a free throw, but Olivia Darling got the rebound and put in a layup to cut the Eisenhower lead to 50-48.
Steinberg was fouled on the ensuing possession and went 2-2 from the line to put the Knights back ahead by four.
Both teams hit one more free throw in the final seconds for the 53-49 margin.
Robinault finished with 20 points. Melea Jenkins had 10 points and Cressley finished with five points.
Steinberg had 24 points to lead the Knights. Smyth had eight points and Marino had six.
FRANKLIN 42, SLIPPERY ROCK 38
FRANKLIN, Pa. – Jenn Blum had 12 points and six steals as Franklin outlasted Slippery Rock, 42-38.
Estelle Adams added nine points for Franklin, while Jamie Blum had eight points and six steals.
CJ Sabo had 14 points for Slippery Rock.
UNION CITY 46, SENECA 39
UNION CITY, Pa. – Brookelyne Wienczkowski scored 12 points as Union City earned a 46-39 win over Seneca.
Jess Messenger added 10 points in the win for Union City.
Meghan Konkol scored 16 points to lead Seneca.
HARBOR CREEK 45, LAKEVIEW 27
STONEBORO, Pa. – Brooke Przybylski scored 16 points as Harbor Creek improved to 3-0 with a 45-27 win over Lakeview.
The Huskies rallied from a 23-20 halftime deficit, as Samantha Zank added 10 points.
Emma Marsteller had 10 points for Lakeview and Kyndra Seddon nine.
COMMODORE PERRY 25, ROCKY GROVE 23
SUGARCREEK BOROUGH, Pa. – Melissa Streets had 11 points as Commodore Perry held off Rocky Grove, 25-23.
Sophia Matalino added five points for Commodore Perry.
Rae Montgomery had eight points to lead Rocky Grove.