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Feb. 1, 2022 D9 Girls Recaps: Clearfield Rallies Past DCC; Pry Has Huge Game as Moniteau Beats C-L

Emma Hipps scored 21 points to lead Clearfield past DCC Tuesday. Photo by Jared Bakaysa of JB Graphics. See more of Bakaysa's work here

Feb. 1 District 9 girls basketball recaps

CLEARFIELD 65, DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 51

HYDE, Pa. – Trailing by two at halftime, Clearfield erupted for 22 third-quarter points on its way to a 65-51 victory over visiting DuBois Central Catholic.

The Lady Bison were down 27-25 at the break but got seven points from Riley Ryen, six from Cayleigh Walker, and five from Hannah Glunt in the third quarter to pull ahead by eight, 47-39, going to the fourth quarter.

   

Emma Hipps then scored nine of her team-high 21 points in the fourth quarter to put the game away.

Walker added 18 points in the win with Glunt scoring 11 and Riley 10.

Clearfield’s players talked about the victory

Kayley Risser had a big game for DCC with a game-high 27 points with Faith Jacob adding 10.

MONITEAU 64, CLARION-LIMESTONE 45

WEST SUNBURY, Pa. – Davina Pry had a monster double-double with a career-high 23 points and 20 rebounds, as Moniteau rolled past suddenly reeling Clarion-Limestone, 64-45, for a home KSAC Large School victory.,

The win moves the Lady Warriors, winners of 8 of 11, into a tie for second place in the KSAC Large School Division with C-L with both teams sitting at 4-2 in division play with the top two teams making the KSAC playoffs.

Catherine Kelly added 13 points for Moniteau with Abbey Jewart and Allie Pry scoring 10 each.

C-L, which has lost five in a row, was led by 21 points from Frances Milliron with Kendall Dunn adding 14.

NORTH CLARION 40, CLARION 21

FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. – Building a 22-10 halftime lead, North Clarion picked up a 40-21 home KSAC Small School win over Clarion.

Emma McFarland hit three 3-pointers on her way to a season-high 13 points – six off her career-best – while Amya Green chipped in nine points and Gwen Siegel seven.

Payton Simko scored seven points to lead Clarion.

KARNS CITY 45, KEYSTONE 28

KARNS CITY, Pa. – Led by 12 points from Brooke Manuel, Karns City had nine different players score in a 45-28 win over visiting Keystone in KSAC Large School action.

Rossi McMillen added seven points in the win for the Lady Gremlins.

Emma Gruber led Keystone with 12 points, but Karns City limited the Lady Panthers’ leading scorer, Natalie Bowser (15.5 ppg) to a season-low six points. Her previous season-low also came against the Lady Gremlins when she scored seven points Dec. 14, the only two teams she has failed to reach double digits this season.

REDBANK VALLEY 59, CRANBERRY 12

NEW BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Madison Foringer scored 17 of her game-high 19 points in the first half, as Redbank Valle rolled to a 59-12 home KSAC Large School win over Cranberry.

Behind Foringer, the Lady Bulldogs led 39-2 at halftime and 56-4 after three quarters.

Mylee Harmon and Aliva Huffman each added nine points for Redbank Valley with Caylen Rearick chipping in seven.

Ayanna Ferringer and Rylee Coe each scored six points for Cranberry.

VENANGO CATHOLIC 54, COMMODORE PERRY 4

HADLEY, Pa. – Behind 29 points and seven steals from Lily Homan Venango Catholic rolled to a 54-4 win at Commodore Perry.

Mariah Wessell added 14 points and five steals for the Lady Vikings who also got four points and 11 rebounds from Sadie Kalamajka.

Marley Meyers and Halle Boozer each scored two points for Commodore Perry.

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