HERMITAGE, Pa. Bronwyn McCoy scored 15 points as Slippery Rock clinched the outright Region 5 title with a 43-26 win over Hickory.
The Rockets entered play on Thursday in a first-place tie at 9-2 with Grove City, with the Eagles being defeated by Conneaut.
Slippery Rock actually trailed at the end of the first quarter, 8-7, but rallied to ake a 17-13 halftime lead and outscored the Hornets by 13 in the second half.
Katie Book was also in double figures for Slippery Rock with 11 poitns, while Audrey Kura added eight.
Kaelyn Fustos led Hickory with 11 points and McKenzie Gustas added nine.
KENNEDY CATHOLIC 52, WEST MIDDLESEX 46
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Kennedy Catholic claimed the outright Region 1 title with a 52-46 win over West Middlesex.
The Golden Eagles built a 26-15 halftime lead en route to the win.
Paris Gilmore had a monster game for Kennedy Catholic, pouring in 24 points, while Bellah DiNardo was also in double figures with 13 points.
The Big Reds mounted a comeback that came up just a bit short in the second half, led by Carlie Beatty, who scored a team-high 15 points. Emma Mild added nine for the Big Reds.
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 49, UNION CITY 14
UNION CITY, Pa. – Hailee Rodgers scored 15 points as Cambridge Springs clinched a share of the Region 2 title with a 49-14 win over Union City.
The Blue Devils finish in a tie with Maplewood, with each team’s only region loss coming at the hands of the other.
Maddie Yanc tallied 13 points and KK Yanc 11 points and 10 steals.
Jessica Messenger and Michayla Magee had four points each for Union City.
MAPLEWOOD 62, YOUNGSVILLE 26
GUYS MILLS, Pa. – Sadie Thomas connected for 20 points as Maplewood earned a share of the Region 2 title with a 62-26 win over Youngsville.
Maplewood finishes with just one loss in region play, splitting the regular season series with Cambridge Springs, with each winning on the other’s home floor.
Izzy Eimer was also in double figures for Maplewood with 12 points, while Bailey Varndell added nine and Liliane Moorhead eight.
Kenzie Olewine led Youngsville with 10 points.
GREENVILLE 55, WILMINGTON 29
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Grace Cano scored 18 points as Greenville clinched a share of the Region 4 crown with a 44-29 win over Wilmington.
The Trojans finished with an identical 9-1 region record with Lakeview, and the two teams split their meetings.
Josie Lewis tallied 15 points for the winners.
Lia Krarup led Wilmington with nine points.
LAKEVIEW 55, SHARON 34
SHARON, Pa. – Amber Sefton poured in 23 points as Lakeview clinched a share of the Region 4 title with a 55-34 win over Sharon.
The Sailors (9-1 Region 4) finish in a tie with Greenville, as the two teams split their regular season series.
Reese Gadsby added 19 points for Lakeview, which outscored the Tigers 30-8 in the second half.
Kylee Hasan had 10 points for Sharon.
SAEGERTOWN 58, EISENHOWER 13
SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – Avery Braymer scored 17 points to lead Saegertown to a 58-13 win over Eisenhower.
Hailee Gregor netted 16 points in the win for Saegertown.
Lilly Smyth had five points and Bella Marino four points, five rebounds and four steals for Eisenhower.
HARBOR CREEK 49, WARREN 44
HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Elise Benim scored 13 points as Harbor Creek avenged an early-season loss to Warren with a 49-44 triumph to split the regular season series.
The Huskies outscored the Dragons 17-8 in the fourth quarter en route to the win.
Brooke Przybylski added 11 points in the win for Harbor Creek.
Riley Childress led Warren with 14 points and Sammie Ruhlman netted 12.
SHARPSVILLE 76, TITUSVILLE 21
SHARPSVILLE, Pa. – It was the Alli Davis show at Sharpsville on Thursday, as the senior connected for 35 points in a 76-21 win over Titusville.
Paige Messett had 10 points for the Blue Devils, while Chasie Fry and Breanna Hanley tallied eight points apiece.
CONNEAUT (Pa.) 47, GROVE CITY 28
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Conneaut outscored Grove City 26-10 in the second half on its way to a huge Region 5 win over Grove City.
Rylee Jones led the way for Conneaut with 15 points, six rebounds, five assists and four steals.
Conneaut’s win, coupled by Slippery Rock’s triumph over Hickory gave The Rock the outright Region 5 crown.
Jaelyn Blood tallied 13 points for the winners, while Eliza Harrington had eight points, Joceyln Denihan had three rebounds and three steals and Hannah Brady four rebounds.
Delaney Callahan and Hannah Reiber had eight points each for Grove City.
VILLA MARIA 53, MCDOWELL 28
ERIE, Pa. – Jayden McBride poured in 25 points as Villa powered to a 53-28 win over McDowell.
The Victors jumped out to a 24-12 halftime lead en route to the win.
Addie Biel was also in double figures for Villa with 10 points.
Kaeli Bennett led McDowell with 10 points.
SENECA 45, COCHRANTON 32
WATTSBURG, Pa. – Lauren Schneider scored 10 points as Seneca powered past Cochranton, 45-32.
Abby Wisniewski added eight points for Seneca, which outscored Cochranton 45-32 in the fourth quarter.
Jaylin McGill led Cochranton with 14 points.
GENERAL MCLANE 36, CORRY 24
EDINBORO, Pa. – General McLane went on a 10-0 second-quarter run to earn a 36-34 win over Corry.
Louisa Opp led the way for GM with nine points, while Payon Massey and Bailey Cannon added seven each.
Miranda Nickerson had eight points for Corry.