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Feb. 13, 2021 D10 Hoops: Union City’s Reynolds Reaches 1,000-Point Mark in Win Over Corry; Hickory Boys Edge Franklin in Region 4 Showdown

Feb. 13, 2021 D10 Hoops

GIRLS

UNION CITY 34, CORRY 27

CORRY, Pa. – Union City’s Eliza Reynolds surpassed the 1,000-point milestone, scoring 16 in a 34-27 win over Corry. 

The Bears overcame an early 11-point deficit en route to the win, outscoring the Beavers 22-10 in the second half. 

Cathryn Reynolds added seven points for the Bears. 

Rachel Brady had 12 points to pace Corry. 

HICKORY 45, OIL CITY 29

HICKORY, Pa. – Aniyah Anderson scored 13 points and pulled down 15 rebounds as Hickory topped Oil City, 45-29. 

The Hornets raced out to a 17-9 lead after the first quarter en route to the win. 

McKenzie Gustas also had a double-double for the Hornets with 11 points and 15 rebounds, while Malana Beach had 11 points. 

Emma Stahl had nine points to lead Oil City and Maddy Marczak seven. 

MCDOWELL 50, GENERAL MCLANE 23

EDINBORO, Pa. – Emina Selimovic scored 19 points as McDowell raced past General McLane, 50-33. 

McDowell’s Sydney Keinath added nine points, as the Trojans built an early 11-0 advantage en route to the win. 

Emily Hess led GM with nine points. 

LAKEVIEW 49, SENECA 30

STONEBORO, Pa. – Reese Gadsby poured in 22 points as coach Gary Burke picked up his 300th for Lakeview, 49-30 over Seneca. 

Amber Sefton added eight points for the Sailors, who jumped out to a 15-point first quarter lead on their way to the win. 

Maydison Kent had 11 points for Seneca. 

VILLA MARIA 56, HARBOR CREEK 18

HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Carissa Dunham scored 14 points as Villa powered past Harbor Creek, 56-18. 

Rachel Majewski tallied 10 points and Ava Waid nine for the Victors. 

Samantha Zank netted 13 points for Harbor Creek. 

BOYS

HICKORY 57, FRANKLIN 51

HERMITAGE, Pa. – In a battle between the top two teams in Region 4, it was host Hickory that outlasted Franklin, 57-51. 

Connor Evans scored 18 points and Jackson Pryts netted seven of his 14 points in the fourth quarter for the Hornets. 

Hickory went to the free throw line 30 times in the contest, converting 20. 

Peyton Mele also had 18 points for the Hornets

Hickory overcame another big game from Franklin’s Easton Fulmer, who poured in a game-high 26 points. 

Fulmer scored 22 of his 26 points in the second half, which included four 3’s and a 6-of-8 effort from the foul line. 

Hayden Adams scored all 11 of his points in the first half for the Knights. 

CORRY 83, UNION CITY 40

UNION CITY, Pa. – Corry scored 34 points in the first quarter on its way to an 83-40 victory over Union City. 

Logan Joncas had a monster opening eight minutes for the Beavers, connecting on five 3’s on his way to 17 points. For the game, he finished with 25, including seven 3’s. 

The Beavers knocked down 12 triples in the game, including four more from Rylan Smith, who finished with 18 points. 

Nick Brundage added 11 points for Corry. 

Bryce Drayer and Matthew Bennett had 13 points apiece for Union City. 

LAUREL 72, GREENVILLE 67

NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Marcus Haswell scored 20 points as Laurel edged Greenville, 72-67. 

Jalen Ritzert and Ben Cano both had big games for the Trojans, scoring 22 points each. 

Greenville led 31-29 at halftime, but Laurel used a 21-14 third quarter charge to take the lead. 

Cano scored 16 of his 22 points in the second half for Greenville, with Jonah Lentz adding seven points. 

Sam Haswell had 19 points for Laurel. 

CATHEDRAL PREP 64, GROVE CITY 60

ERIE, Pa. – Liam Galla scored 22 points, including 6-of-8 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter, as Cathedral Prep held off Grove City in a non-region showdown, 64-60. 

Khali Horton and Amaree Pickens scored 10 points each for the Ramblers. 

Michael Brooks had a big game for the Eagles, scoring 13 of his 21 points in the second half. 

Luke Hostettler scored 13 points and Dylan Stull 11 for Grove City. 

LAKEVIEW 48, JAMESTOWN 38

STONEBORO, Pa. – Hunter Miller poured in 23 points as Lakeview topped Jamestown, 48-38. 

Lakeview jumped on the Muskies early with a 20-7 first quarter on their way to the win. 

Sean McElhinny had 15 points and Cameron Keyser 14 for the Muskies. 

FAIRVIEW 62, FORT LEBOEUF 49

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Leading by two at halftime, Fairview outscored Fort LeBoeuf 19-9 in the third quarter on its way to a 62-49 victory. 

Tyler Shultz poured in 26 points for the Tigers, while Logan Frazao had 15 and James Sitter nine. 

Marquis Richmond led four Bison in double figures with 14 points, while Nick Dooley, Brandon Drayer and Derek Black all had 10 apiece. 

FARRELL 57, COMMODORE PERRY 24

FARRELL, Pa. – Christian Hartley scored 21 points as Farrell beat Commodore Perry, 57-24. 

Omar Stewart chipped in with eight points for the Steelers. 

Karson Cropp had eight points to lead Commodore Perry. 

GIRARD 66, IROQUOIS 42

GIRARD, Pa. – Austin Barrett had a big game with 27 points to pace Girard in its 66-42 win over Iroquois. 

Austin Shady added 11 points and Ethan Getz 11 for the Yellow Jackets. 

Corrion Combest had 19 points for Iroquois. 

KENNEDY CATHOLIC 80, REYNOLDS 38

GREENVILLE, Pa. – Elijah Harden and Sky’Ler Thomas scored 20 points each as Kennedy Catholic raced past Reynolds, 80-38 

Malik Lampkins-Rudolph added 14 points for the winners. 

Nick Loopsky led Reynolds with 17 points. 

SHARON 61, WILMINGTON 28

SHARON, Pa. – Otis Driver poured in 25 points to lead Sharon to a 61-28 win over Wilmington. 

Cortez Nixon added 11 points for the Tigers and Brett Salsgiver seven. 

Anthony Reed led Wilmington with 10 points. 

HARBOR CREEK 61, SENECA 25

HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Harbor Creek outscored Seneca 39-15 in the first half en route to a 61-25 victory. 

Sam Howell led a balanced Huskies’ effort with 14 points, while Cody Smith added 12 and Jaden Rocco 11.

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