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Feb. 15, 2021 Basketball: Saegertown Girls Outlast Union City In Overtime as Lady Bears’ Reynolds Sets Program Scoring Mark

Union City's Eliza Reynolds became the program's all-time leading scorer on this shot. Photo by Jeff Parkin. 

Feb. 15, 2021 Basketball Recaps

GIRLS

SAEGERTOWN 46, UNION CITY 42 – Overtime

UNION CITY, Pa. – Mollie Przybrowski scored 16 points to help Saegertown to a 46-42 overtime victory over Union City. 

Union City’s Eliza Reynolds, who surpassed the 1,000-point milestone on Saturday, became the program’s all-time leading scorer in the game, netting a game-high 22 points in the process. 

Reynolds passed former standout Kelsey Sullivan (1,023 points) and now has 1,032 for her career.

Union City rallied from a 6-point deficit after three quarters to force overtime. 

Saegertown outscored the Bears 6-2 in the extra session. 

Sydnie Smith added 12 points for Saegertown and Lucy Higley seven for Union City. 

MERCYHURST PREP 38, FAIRVIEW 35

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Anna Tranum scored 18 points as Mercyhurst Prep outlasted Fairview in a Region 3 showdown, 38-35. 

The Lakers, who led by two at halftime, outscored the Tigers by five in the third quarter to build a 7-point advantage, holding off the Tigers late. 

Hope Garrity and Sara Gennuso added nine points each for Fairview. 

GENERAL MCLANE 38, CORRY 18

CORRY, Pa. – Emily Hess scored 11 points as General McLane topped host Corry, 38-18. 

The Lancers outscored the Beavers 23-2 in the first half en route to the win. 

Tayler Elchynski led Corry with six points. 

GREENVILLE 50, WILMINGTON 7

GREENVILLE, Pa. – Josie Lewis scored 12 points and Grace Cano eight to lead Greenville to a 50-7 win over Wilmington. 

LAKEVIEW 64, SHARON 20

SHARON, Pa. – Amber Sefton poured in 23 points as Lakeview pushed past Sharon, 64-20. 

Reese Gadsby added 16 points for the winners, who scored 46 points in the first half to remain unbeaten. 

Jaysina Sellers led Sharon with 13 points.

GIRARD 48, NORTHWESTERN 26

ALBION, Pa. – Kayla Sharman scored 22 points as Girard powered past Northwestern, 48-26. 

Courtney McDonald added 11 points for the Yellow Jackets. 

Jessamine Saxton paced Northwestern with 14 points. 

VILLA MARIA 50, MCDOWELL 19

ERIE, Pa. – Ainsley Thunnell led a balanced effort for Villa with 10 points, as the Victors remained unbeaten with a 50-19 victory over McDowell. 

Carissa Dunham added nine points for the Victors. 

Emina Selimovic had 11 points for the Trojans. 

BOYS

FRANKLIN 88, NORTH EAST 58

NORTH EAST, Pa. – Franklin knocked down 17 3-pointers en route to an 88-58 win over North East. 

Easton Fulmer led the way for the Knights with 24 points (four 3’s), while Hayden Adams netted 18 (five 3’s), Damon Curry 13 (three ‘s), Luke Guth 12 and Zak Smith 11. 

The Knights outscored the Grapepickers 30-12 in the third quarter. 

North East knocked down 13 3’s of its own, including three each from Ryan Mayes and Garrett Hein, who finished with 13 and 12 points, respectively. 

NORTH CLARION 58, FOREST AREA 41

MARIENVILLE, Pa. – Josh Daum and Collin Schmader scored 12 points each as North Clarion earned a 58-41 win over Forest Area. 

North Clarion went on a 22-7 run in the second quarter to grab control. 

Dylan Walters, Cole Byers and Isaac Gilara all had eight points apiece for the Wolves. 

Allen Johnston scored 18 points and Jacob Eddy 12 for Forest. 

FORT LEBOEUF 64, CORRY 42

CORRY, Pa. – Marquis Richmond led four Fort LeBoeuf players in double figures with 16 points as the Bison beat Corry, 64-42. 

Nick Dooley added 13 points for FLB, while Max Endres added 11 and Brandon Drayer 10. 

Logan Joncas and Nick Brundage led Corry with 11 points each. 

REYNOLDS 48, ROCKY GROVE 41

FRANKLIN, Pa. – Riley Walker led a balanced Reynolds effort with 10 points in a 48-41 win over Rocky Grove. 

Aidan Mull chipped in with nine points for the winners, while Dietrich Williams and Jacob Williams added eight points apiece. 

Caden Toscano led Rocky Grove with 10 points. 

MCDOWELL 84, ERIE FIRST CHRISTIAN 35

ERIE, Pa. – Jonah Bock poured in 27 points as McDowell beat Erie First Christian, 84-35. 

Jackson Hower netted 19 points for the Trojans in the victory. 

Aaron Collins had 27 of EFC’s 35 points.

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