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Feb. 10, 2022 D9 Girls Hoops: NoPo Tops Galeton; Punxsy Beats DuBois

Courtney Martin helped Northern Potter knock off Galeton Thursday. Photo by Paul Burdick. Check out more of Burdick's work here

Feb. 10 District 9 girls basketball recaps

NORTHERN POTTER 61, GALETON 36

ULYSSES, Pa. – Courtney Martin scored 16 points, grabbed five rebounds, and five steals to lead Northern Potter to a 61-36 win over visiting Galeton in NTL action.

Rebecca Martin scored 13 points and added 11 rebounds.

               

Alli Macensky led Galeton with 13 points and 15 rebounds. Olivia Rohrbaugh added 10.

PUNXSUTAWNEY 47, DUBOIS 21

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Chloe Presloid and Kierstin Riley each scored 11 points to lead Punxsutawney to a 47-21 win over visiting DuBois in D9 League action.

Presloid completed a double-double with 12 rebounds while adding four steals and three assists.

Madison Rusnica led DuBois with seven points.

CLEARFIELD 52, PHILIPSBURG-OSCEOLA 15

HYDE, Pa. – Clearfield put four players in double digits to lead Clearfield to a 52-15 win over visiting Philipsburg-Osceola in Mountain League play.

Cayleigh Walker led the Lady Bison with 13 points with Riley Ryen and Emma Hipps each adding 11 points and Alayna Winters 10 points.

Khenoyl Sherrer led P-O with four points.

WEST BRANCH 64, CURWENSVILLE 26; WEST BRANCH 45, CURWENSVILLE 30

CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – West Branch picked up a pair of wins over Curwensville Thursday, as the teams finished a suspended game from Jan. 14 that the Lady Warriors won 64-26 and then played their regularly scheduled game that West Branch won 45-30.

Back on Jan. 14 in Allport, the game was called at halftime because of a gas leak at West Branch with the Lady Warriors leading 34-17.

               

On Thursday in Curwensville, West Branch finished off that win with Jenna Martz scoring 32 points – 19 on Jan. 14 and 13 on Feb. 10.

Kristina Cowder added 12 points and Sarah Guglielmi 10.

Alyssa Bakaysa led Curwensville with nine points.

In the regularly scheduled ICC North contest, Martz scored 21 more points to lead the Lady Warriors with Cowder and Erin Godin each scoring nine.

Bakaysa led Curwensville with 11 with Skylar Pentz adding nine points.

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