FARRELL, Pa. – Jamestown’s Peyton McElhinney scored the prestigious 1,000-point club, but it was host Farrell that came away with a 64-55 Region 1 win.
McElhinney scored eight points in the first half to hit 1,000 on the nose, part of a 19-point effort.
Jamestown led 48-43 after three quarters, but Farrell, led by 19 points from Lamont Samuels, went on a 21-7 run to close the game.
Nasir O’Kane was also in double figures for Farrell with 15 points, while Kabron Smith added nine.
Cam Keyser joined McElhinney with 19 points.
CATHEDRAL PREP 62, ERIE 49
ERIE, Pa. – Cathedral Prep clinched the Region 6 title with a 62-49 win over Erie.
The Ramblers had a strong first half, outsourcing the Royals 33-16.
Nick Lydic led three Prep players in double figures with 15 points, while Tavion Spencer had 13 and Amaree Pickens 12.
Shaq Horton had 14 points to lead Erie.
SENECA 51, NORTH EAST 48
WATTSBURG, Pa. – Seneca outscored North East 16-8 in the fourth quarter on its way to clinching the Region 3 title with a 51-48 win over North East.
Justin Walker led three Seneca players in double figures with 14 points, while Jacob Young added 13 and Logan Kibbe 12.
Ryan Mayes poured in a game-high 23 points for North East.
WARREN 68, OIL CITY 47
WARREN, Pa. – Parks Ordiway scored 19 of his 21 points in the first half as Warren earned a 68-47 Region 5 win over Oil City.
Ordiway drilled five first-half threes, while Owen Becker finished with 10 points for the Dragons. Kody Vega tallied seven points for the Dragons, who had a total of nine different players make their way into the scoring column.
Warren led 37-27 at halftime and opened the third quarter on a 10-0 run to put the game out of reach.
Cam VanWormer had 15 points to lead Oil City and Judias Johnson added 11.
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UNION CITY 53, MAPLEWOOD 46
UNION CITY, Pa. – Matt Bennett scored 21 points and pulled down 16 rebounds as Union City earned a 53-46 win over Maplewood.
Bennett scored 16 points in the first half as the Bears built an eight-point advantage. Wyatt Post tallied 16 points and Bryce Drayer nine for Union City.
Logan Kennedy had 13 points and Luke Sleeman 12 for Maplewood.
FRANKLIN 89, WILMINGTON 32
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Easton Fulmer led four Franklin players in double figures with 22 points as the Region 4 champion Knights earned an 89-32 win over Wilmington.
The Knights scored 34 points in the first quarter en route to the win, as Damon Curry tallied 19 points, Luke Guth 16 and Cole Buckley 12.
A total of 11 different Franklin players scored in the game.
Ben Miller led Wilmington with 13 points.
SLIPPERY ROCK 63, GREENVILLE 51
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – John Sabo scored 22 points, 19 of which came in the second half as Slippery Rock topped Greenville, 63-51.
The Rockets outscored the Trojans 36-25 in the second half, including 18-10 in the fourth quarter.
Shane Thompson scored 16 points for Slippery Rock, 11 of which came in the first quarter.
Logan Lentz led Greenville with 17 points, while Jalen Ritzert tallied 15 and Noah Philson 14.
COCHRANTON 48, EISENHOWER 29
COCHRANTON, Pa. – Chase Miller scored 17 points to help Cochranton power past Eisenhower, 48-29.
The Cardinals outscored the Knights 26-9 in the second and third quarters.
Landon Homa tallied 12 points and Jaiben Walker 11 for the Cardinals.
Curt Darling had 11 points to lead Eisenhower and Wyatt Lookenhouse added 10.
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 72, IROQUOIS 49
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Cambridge Springs outscored Iroquois 45-28 in the second half en route to a 72-49 victory.
Nathan Held had a big game for the Blue Devils, pouring in 26 points, including a 10-of-11 effort from the free-throw line. Josh Reisenauer added 12 points for Cambridge.
Corrion Combest had 17 points and Logan Briggs 15 for Iroquois.
GROVE CITY 50, HICKORY 40
GROVE CITY, Pa. – Grove City built a 12-point halftime lead en route to a key 50-40 Region 4 win over Hickory.
The win not only gives the Eagles a regular-season split with the Hornets but also puts them in a first-place tie, with both teams at 9-3 in the region.
Landon Haggart led a balanced Grove City effort with 12 points, while Gavin Lutz and Dylan Stull added 10 apiece and Kamden Martin nine.
Hickory cut the margin to five, 36-31 after three quarters, but Grove City was able to close it out in the fourth.
Aidan Enoch had 12 points and Tyson Djakovich 11 for the Hornets.
GENERAL MCLANE 58, MEADVILLE 53
EDINBORO, Pa. – Logan Anderson scored 20 points as General McLane earned a spot in the D10 Class 5A title game with a 58-53 win over Meadville.
The win set up a game between McLane and Prep, as the Lancers clinched a finish ahead of Meadville in the Region 6 standings.
Danny Bruce added 14 points for GM, while Khalon Simmons paced Meadville with 18 points.
SAEGERTOWN 59, YOUNGSVILLE 18
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Jaden Wilkins scored 16 points and Henry Shaffer 11 as Saegertown powered past Youngsville, 59-18.
Koby Hendrickson had six points for Youngsville.
FAIRVIEW 56, CORRY 34
CORRY, Pa. – Logan Frazao and James Sitter combined for 37 points as Fairview earned a 56-34 win over Corry.
Frazao tallied 22 points and Sitter 15 as the Tigers remained atop the Region 5 standings.
Logan Joncas had 14 points, including four threes to pace Corry.
KENNEDY CATHOLIC 74, COMMODORE PERRY 24
HADLEY, Pa. – Gio Magesto led three Kennedy Catholic players in double figures with 22 points in a 74-24 Region 1 win over Commodore Perry.
Malik Lampkins-Rudolph and Elijah Harden had 17 and 16 points, respectively for the Golden Eagles.
HARBOR CREEK 62, TITUSVILLE 29
TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Jaden Rocco scored 21 points as Harbor Creek beat Titusville, 62-29.
The Huskies led 47-7 at halftime.
Travis Kruszewski had 13 points for the Huskies.
Isaiah Colon had 11 points for Titusville.
FORT LEBOEUF 57, CONNEAUT (Pa.) 50
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Carson Papay and Ronan Dorler scored 18 points each as Fort LeBoeuf beat Conneaut, 57-50.
GIRARD 57, ERIE FIRST CHRISTIAN 53
ERIE, Pa. – Alex Henry scored 21 points as Girard topped Erie First Christian, 57-53.
The Yellow Jackets led by 12 at halftime.
Evan Montefiori poured in 26 points for Erie First Christian.
MCDOWELL 48, WARREN 35
ERIE, Pa. – Caylen Spano scored 16 points as McDowell earned an impressive 48-35 win over Warren.
The win gives the Trojans a season split with the Dragons.
Spano drained four triples in the win, while Alexis Marsh scored all 11 of her points in the second quarter as McDowell took a 28-15 halftime lead.
Emma Ruhlman led Warren with 15 points.
VILLA MARIA 65, CORRY 13
CORRY, Pa.- Jayden McBride scored 14 points and Addie Biel 11 as Villa powered past Corry, 65-13.
Skylar Reidel and Rachel Brady had three points each for Corry.