Feb. 12, 2021 D10 Basketball
SHARPSVILLE 63, GROVE CITY 59
GROVE CITY, Pa. – Jackson Doyle scored 22 points, surging to the 1,000 career points milestone in the process, as Sharpsville edged Grove City in a Region 4 showdown, 63-60.
Doyle heated up in the second half, scoring 17 points, including five 3-pointers.
For the game, the Blue Devils connected on 14 shots from distance, including four in the first quarter from Ryan Ladjevich, who finished with 17 points.
The Blue Devils 24-18 in the fourth quarter en route to the win.
Mack Staunch finished with 13 points for Sharpsville, including a pair of fourth-quarter 3’s.
Michael Brooks had a big night for Grove City with a game-high 27 points.
Sam Norris scored 13 points, all in the second half, for the Eagles.
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 60, YOUNGSVILLE 38
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Nathan Held scored 23 points as Cambridge Springs stayed atop the Region 2 standings with a 60-38 win over Youngsville.
The Blue Devils jumped out to a 10-point lead after the first quarter and never looked back en route to the win.
Trent Wheeler and Jayden Shinsky scored eight points each for the Blue Devils.
Brady Olewine scored 14 points to lead Youngsville.
SAEGERTOWN 57, EISENHOWER 45
SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – Max Fuller connected for 20 points as Saegertown earned a 57-45 win over Eisenhower.
The Panthers jumped out to a 10-point lead after the first quarter and held a 27-13 halftime advantage.
Brady Greco finished with 12 points, Zach Yoder 10 and Jaden Wilkins eight for the Panthers.
Curt Darling drilled four 3’s on his way to a team-high 12 points for Eisenhower, while Luke Smelko chipped in with nine.
FRANKLIN 76, SHARON 28
SHARON, Pa. – Franklin’s Hayden Adams had a monster first half, scoring 22 of his 25 points in the opening 16 minutes as the Knights raced to a 76-28 victory over Sharon.
Adams drained five 3’s in the win, while Easton Fulmer had 18 points for the Knights.
In total, nine different Franklin players found the scoring column, including Damon Curry, who finished with 10 points.
Shawn Hill had nine points to lead Sharon.
WARREN 61, CONNEAUT (Pa.) 42
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Ben Berdine poured in 20 points as Warren pushed past Conneaut (Pa.), 61-42.
Parks Ordiway scored 12 of his 15 points in the first half for the Dragons, who built a 34-20 advantage, draining three 3’s in the process.
Alex Borger added nine points and JT Blum seven for Warren.
Mason Kroniser had 14 points to pace Conneaut, while Zach Walker added 11.
COCHRANTON 69, UNION CITY 55
UNION CITY, Pa. – Jaiben Walker led four Cochranton players in double figures with 16 points as the Cardinals posted a 69-55 Region 2 victory over Union City.
The Cardinals built a 16-point halftime lead en route to the win.
Jon Gallo had 13 points, Keeton Grimes 12 and Wyatt Barzak 10 for Cochranton.
Matthew Bennett had another big game for Union City, scoring 15 of his 22 points in the second half.
Bryce Drayer chipped in with 15 points for the Bears.
FAIRVIEW 53, OIL CITY 43
OIL CITY, Pa. – Logan Frazao scored 14 points and James Sitter 12 as Fairview earned a 53-43 Region 5 win over Oil City.
Jeremy Frazao added nine points for the Tigers.
Cam VanWormer scored 14 points to pace Oil City, while Robert VanWormer added 13.
KENNEDY CATHOLIC 72, FARRELL 40
FARRELL, Pa. – Dajaun Young led four Kennedy Catholic players in double figures as the Golden Eagles knocked off Farrell, 72-40.
The Steelers actually led by three after the first quarter, but KC went on a 21-6 run in the second quarter to take control.
Elijah Harden added 19 points, Gio Magestro 13 and Malik Lampkins-Rudolph 10 for the Golden Eagles.
Trian Holden had nine points and Lamont Samuels eight for Farrell.
HICKORY 60, SLIPPERY ROCK 39
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Peyton Mele scored 18 points as Hickory topped Slippery Rock, 60-39.
Connor Evans added 14 points for the Hornets, while Jackson Pryts chipped in with 13.
Ethan Plesakov led Slippery Rock with 13 points.
MEADVILLE 63, CATHEDRAL PREP 51
MEADVILLE, Pa. – Meadville built a 9-point halftime lead en route to a 63-51 win over Cathedral Prep.
Charlie Waid led the Bulldogs with 18 points, while Reese Pero added 12 and Sam Burchard 10.
Liam Galla had a big game for the Ramblers with 28 points.
LAKEVIEW 39, COMMODORE PERRY 14
STONEBORO, Pa. – Lane Smith scored 12 points and Hunter Miller added 11 as Lakeview downed Commodore Perry, 39-14.
Karson Cropp had six points for Commodore Perry.
MERCER 53, ROCKY GROVE 39
MERCER, Pa. – Jake Mattocks connected for a game-high 19 points as Mercer topped Rocky Grove, 53-39.
Woody Nickel added 13 points for the Mustangs.
D’Andre Whitman led Rocky Grove with 11 points.
MCDOWELL 63, GENERAL MCLANE 33
EDINBORO, Pa. – Jackson Hower led a balanced McDowell effort with 17 points as the Trojans pulled away from General McLane for a 63-33 victory.
Jaden Harper added 16 points and Jonah Bock 15 for the Trojans.
Danny Bruce had 17 points to lead GM.
HARBOR CREEK 47, FORT LEBOEUF 39
HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Cody Smith scored 18 points as Harbor Creek topped Fort LeBoeuf, 47-39.
Sam Howell chipped in with 12 and Casey Smith 11 for the Huskies.
Brandon Drayer and Derek Black had 12 points each for Harbor Creek.
SENECA 51, NORTHWESTERN 35
WATTSBURG, Pa. – Bobby Yost scored 16 points as Seneca topped Northwestern 51-35.
Logan Kibbe and Justin Walker chipped in 12 points each for the Bobcats.
Eric Steinle had 13 points for Northwestern.
WEST MIDDLESEX 51, REYNOLDS 43
WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – Chris Smith scored 12 points as West Middlesex beat Reynolds, 51-43.
Hunter Smith and Noah Greenburg added 10 points each for the Big Reds.
Dietrich Williams and Aidan Mull had 13 points each for Reynolds.
NORTH EAST 74, CONNEAUT (OHIO) 36
CONNEAUT, OHIO – Garrett Hein scored 20 points as North East eased past Conneaut (Ohio).
Brandon Perez added 19 points for the winners and Ryan Mayes 12.
UNION CITY 59, EISENHOWER 38
RUSSELL, Pa. – Eliza Reynolds erupted for 30 points as Union City bested Eisenhower.
Reynolds was red-hot right from the get-go, scoring 17 of her points in the first quarter as the Lady Bears built a 21-10 advantage and never looked back.
Lilly Smyth had 11 points, four rebounds and three blocks for Eisenhower, while Delaney Chase had nine points and six rebounds, Bella Marino eight points, four blocks and three assists and Kaitlin Sleeman 11 points and three steals.