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Dec. 8, 2022 D10 Hoops: Maplewood, Franklin, Greenville Girls Earn Victories

Maplewood's Sadie Thomas.

Dec. 8, 2022 District 10 basketball recaps

MAPLEWOOD 53, CONNEAUT 38

GUYS MILLS, Pa. – Maplewood outscored Conneaut 20-10 in the third quarter on its way to a 53-38 victory.

Bailey Varndell scored 11 of her 16 points in the second half, while Sadie Thomas added 13 points for the Lady Tigers and Rhaelynn Koelle 10.

           

Lainie Harrington led CASH with 15 points, while Morgan Poff added eight. Harrington added five rebounds and four steals, while Carly Perrye had six rebounds and two steals, and Eliza Harrington had six rebounds and two assists.

FRANKLIN 46, GROVE CITY 28

FRANKLIN, Pa. – Franklin outscored Grove City 17-2 in the second quarter en route to a 46-28 victory.

Estelle Adams and Jamie Blum scored 11 points each for Franklin, while Adams also had six rebounds and five assists. Jenn Blum added nine points and five rebounds.

Piper Como scored a game-high 17 points for Grove City and was 5-of-6 from the free throw line.

GREENVILLE 64, SAEGERTOWN 36

SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – Reese Schaller scored 14 of her game-high 19 points in the second quarter as Greenville earned a 64-36 win over Saegertown.

Greenville outscored Saegertown 29-10 in the second quarter after the game was tied at 10-all after one.

Schaller was one of four Greenville players in double figures, as Anna Harpst scored 16 points, Grace Cano 12, and Josie Lewis 11.

Hailee Grego led Saegertown with 14 points.

LAKEVIEW 47, HICKORY 24

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Emma Marsteller scored 10 of her 14 points in the first half as Lakeview beat Hickory, 47-24.

               

Delaney Kepner was also in double figures for Lakeview with 11 points, while Kelsey Seddon added eight.

Kimora Roberts led Hickory with eight points.

SOUTHWESTERN (NY) 54, WARREN 52

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. – Reece Beaver scored 19 points as Southwestern (NY) edged Warren, 54-52 in the opening round of the Southwestern Tournament.

Bela Sirianni and Kirra Ricker had 15 and 11 points respectively for Southwestern.

Freshman Peyton Wotorson led the Lady Dragons with 18 points, including four triples. Alana Stuart and Sammie Ruhlman had nine points apiece, while Alyssa Farr added eight.

Ruhlman also dished out seven assists, while Halle Kuzminski had six points and 12 rebounds for Warren.

WILMINGTON 75, REYNOLDS 20

   

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Lia Krarup scored 20 points as Wilmington beat Reynolds, 75-20.

Krarup hit six triples in the win. Maelee Whiting was also in double figures for Wilmington with 11 points.

Thirteen different Wilmington players scored in the win.

FORT LEBOEUF 43, COCHRANTON 38

WATERFORD, Pa. – Jillian Soder scored 17 points to lead Fort LeBoeuf to a 43-38 win over Cochranton.

Kendra Tobin added nine points for Fort LeBoeuf.

Ella Gallo led Cochranton with 14 points, while Macie Williams had eight points and Zoe Hansen 10 rebounds.

CORRY 44, GIRARD 26

CORRY, Pa. – Tayler Clchynski scored 13 points as Corry earned a 44-26 win over Girard.

Halle Albers added eight points for Corry.

GENERAL MCLANE 54, MEADVILLE 18

EDINBORO, Pa. – Libby Opp scored 19 points as General McLane powered past Meadville, 54-18.

HARBOR CREEK 44, SENECA 31

WATTSBURG, Pa. – Samantha Zank poured in 20 points as Harbor Creek earned a 44-31 win over Seneca.

Brooke Przybylski added 10 points for Harbor Creek.

Lauren Konkol led Seneca with 12 points.

BOYS

SHADY SIDE ACADEMY 74, ERIE 46

PITTSBURGH – Eli Teslovich poured in 29 points and Ethan Salvia added 14 as Shady Side Academy topped Erie, 74-46.

Jay Smith led Erie with 13 points while Andreas McCullum added 11.

SHEFFIELD 52, YOUNGSVILLE 43

YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Connor Finch scored 11 of his 15 points in the first quarter as Sheffield earned a 52-43 D9/10 crossover win over Youngsville.

Rewatch the game:

Sheffield led by double digits for most of the second half, with Youngsville getting as close as seven in the fourth quarter.

Finch talked about the win afterward:

Finch was one of three players in double figures for Sheffield, as Leihden Wotorson scored 10 of his 14 points in the second half and Lucas McNeal added 12.

Blake Myers led Youngsville with 15 points, while Levi Hendrickson scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half for the Eagles.

 

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