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Feb. 14, 2022 D10 Hoops: Fairview Girls go to 21-0; Villa Puts Finishing Touches on Region 6 Title

Villa Maria's Carissa Dunham. File photo by Jeff Parkin.

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Fairview moved one step closer to an unbeaten regular season, clinching at least a share of the Region 3 title in the process with a 58-24 win over North East.

Twenty-one was the theme, as Hope Garrity poured in 21 points and the Tigers improved to 21-0.

A 16-4 second-quarter run helped Fairview take an 18-point lead into halftime.

Bre Hedit and Caroline Zentis were also in double figures for Fairview, scoring 11 and 10 points respectively.

   

Alex Cozzens had nine points to lead North East.

VILLA MARIA 58, WARREN 23

ERIE, Pa. – Addie Biel scored 17 points as Villa powered past Warren, 58-23 to wrap up the Region 6 title.

Villa jumped out to an 8-point lead after one quarter and led 32-14 at halftime.

Biel scored 12 of her 17 points in the second quarter, while Jayden McBride added 14 and Carissa Dunham 13.

Emma Ruhlman had seven points for Warren.

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 58, YOUNGSVILLE 24

YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Maddie Yanc led a pair of Cambridge Springs players in double figures with 20 points as the Blue Devils earned a 58-24 win over Youngsville.

Yanc got off to a hot start, scoring 10 of those points in the first quarter to help stake her team to an early 23-2 lead.

Finley Rauscher added 13 points for Cambridge Springs, which kept pace with fellow Region 2 co-leader Maplewood with one region game remaining.

CONNEAUT (Pa.) 43, MEADVILLE 33

MEADVILLE, Pa. – Rylee Jones had 11 points, nine rebounds and two assists as Conneaut nabbed a 43-33 Region 5 win over Meadville.

Conneaut trailed 21-15 at halftime, outscoring the Bulldogs 28-12 in the second half, including 15-5 in the third quarter.

Sami Egli added eight points for the Eagles.

Avery Phillips and Phoebe Templin had nine points each for Meadville.

COCHRANTON 41, UNION CITY 40

COCHRANTON, Pa. – Carly Richter scored 18 points, including a critical late 3 to help Cochranton to a 41-40 Region 2 win over Union City.

Leading 37-36, Richter knocked down a triple with 1:50 to extend the Cardinals’ lead to four. A Richter free-throw with 20 seconds to go made it 41-37.

A Cathryn Reynolds traditional 3-point play with three seconds to go cut the deficit to one,

The Cardinals missed the ensuing front end of a 1-and-1, but Union City was unable to get a shot off in time.

Jaylin McGill added eight points for Cochranton.

Reynolds had 12 points and Jessica Messenger 11 for Union City.

SLIPPERY ROCK 63, OIL CITY 26

OIL CITY, Pa. – Gianna Bedel scored 17 points to help Slippery Rock to a 63-26 win over Oil City.

Katie Book added 12 points and Audrey Kura 11 for the Rockets.

SENECA 57, EISENHOWER 26

RUSSELL, Pa. – Lauren Konkol scored 18 points as Seneca topped Eisenhower in Region 2 action, 57-26.

Lauren Schneider added 10 points for the Bobcats.

Bella Marino had 16 points to go along with three steals and two blocks for Eisenhower.

FRANKLIN 25, HICKORY 20

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Camdon Bashor scored nine points and pulled down 10 rebounds as Franklin earned a 25-20 win over Hickory in its regular-season finale.

With the win, Franklin finishes 14-8 overall and 9-3 in Region 5, one game behind in the loss column of first-place Grove City and Slippery Rock (9-2).

McKenzie Gustas had eight points to lead Hickory.

KENNEDY CATHOLIC 63, MERCER 17

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Paris Gilmore led a balanced effort with 11 points as Kennedy Catholic beat Mercer, 63-17.

Bellah DiNardo tallied 10 points for the Golden Eagles, while Layke Fields and Isabella Bianco tallied nine each.

GREENVILLE 45, SHARPSVILLE 34

GREENVILLE, Pa. – Greenville outscored Sharpsville 26-17 in the second half on its way to a 45-34 Region 4 win.

Grace Cano scored 11 of her 17 points in the second half for the Trojans, while Josie Lewis scored seven of her 11 points in the third quarter.

With the win, Greenville remains tied with Lakeview atop the region standings with one game to go.

Alli Davis and Chasie Fry had 11 points each for Sharpsville.

WEST MIDDLESEX 66, COMMODORE PERRY 9

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – Carlie Beatty and Emily Anthony combined for 37 points as West Middlesex earned a 66-9 win over Commodore Perry.

Beatty tallied 20 points and Anthony 17, while Taylor Tomko had 11 and Jenna Kalp 10.

LAKEVIEW 49, WILMINGTON 36

STONEBORO, Pa. – Reese Gadsby scored 17 points as Lakeview earned a 49-36 Region 4 win over Wilmington.

Emma Marstellar added 10 points for Lakeview.

Freshman Lia Krarup led Wilmington with a game-high 20 points.

MCDOWELL 43, CORRY 24

ERIE, Pa. – Caylen Spano led McDowell with 15 points in a 43-24 Region 6 win over Corry.

Amaiya Nelson added eight points for the Trojans.

Skylar Reidel had eight points to lead Corry.

HARBOR CREEK 56, ERIE 41

HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Samantha Zank led three Harbor Creek players in double figures with 19 points in a 56-41 win over Erie.

Brooke Przybylski had 14 points and Rylee Kapsar 10 for the Huskies.

Torreuna Roberts led Erie with 12 points.

FARRELL 55, ROCKY GROVE 14

FARRELL, Pa. – Sanaa Brodie scored 23 points as Farrell raced past Rocky Grove, 55-14.

Rae Montgomery had six points to lead Rocky Grove.

MERCYHURST PREP 37, FORT LEBOEUF 24

WATERFORD, Pa. – Olivia Kulyk scored 14 points as Mercyhurst Prep earned a 37-24 win over Fort LeBoeuf.

Alee Young had seven points to lead Fort LeBoeuf.

GIRARD 53, IROQUOIS 16

GIRARD, Pa. – Kayla Sharman scored 21 points to help Girard to a 53-16 win over Iroquois.

Abby Sherman added nine points for the Yellow Jackets.

Alena Krysiak had nine points for Iroquois.

BOYS

NEW CASTLE 80, FARRELL 50

NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Michael Wells scored 22 points as New Castle beat Farrell, 80-50.

Isaiah Boice had 13 points and Jonathan Anderson 12 for New Castle.

MOUNT LEBANON 66, ERIE 40

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Erie went on the road and dropped a 66-40 decision to a talented Mount Lebanon team out of the WPIAL.

Christian Powers had 20 points to lead the victors.

Layveon Gore and Jay Smith had eight points each for Erie.

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