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Feb. 23, 2021 D10 Hoops: Held Has Big Night in Cambridge Springs’ Win; Senz Sends Youngsville Girls Past Corry

Cambridge Springs' Nathan Held had 30 points in a win over Eisenhower on Tuesday. Photo by Jeff Parkin.

Feb. 23, 2021 D10 Hoops

BOYS

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 64, EISENHOWER 46

RUSSELL, Pa. – Nathan Held erupted for 30 points as Cambridge Springs topped Eisenhower in a Region 2 battle, 64-46. 

Held, who knocked down six triples, scored 22 of his 30 points in the second half. 

He was one of three Cambridge Springs’ players in double figures, as Trent Wheeler netted 13 points and Jayden Shinsky 11. 

Owen Trumbull had 15 points to lead Eisenhower and Wyatt Lookenhouse 14. 

OIL CITY 61, CLARION-LIMESTONE 39

OIL CITY, Pa. – Holden Stahl scored 15 points to help Oil City to a 61-39 win over visiting Clarion-Limestone.

Cam VanWormer hit three third-quarter 3-pointers on his way to 11 points in the win for the Oilers

Hayden Callen scored 18 points to lead C-L.

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FRANKLIN 73, SLIPPERY ROCK 30

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Easton Fulmer scored 17 of his 23 points in the first half as Franklin powered past Slippery Rock, 73-30. 

Fulmer knocked down five 3’s, while Luke Guth scored 19 points, Zak Smith 12 and Cade Adams for the Knights, who outscored the Rockets 41-19 in the first half. 

John Sabo had eight points and Ethan Pelsakov seven for the Rockets. 

WARREN 64, CORRY 40

CORRY, Pa. – Parks Ordiway scored 17 points to lead a balanced Warren attack in a 64-40 Region 5 win over Corry. 

Ben Berdine scored nine of his 15 points in the first quarter for the Dragons, who built an early 10-point lead. Payton Barnes, returning from injury, netted 11 points in the win. 

JT Blum pulled down eight rebounds for the Dragons, while Barnes had six assists and Berdine and Tommy Nyquist five assists. 

Tucker Clark had 10 points and Logan Joncas eight for Corry. 

GREENVILLE 60, GENERAL MCLANE 47

GREENVILLE, Pa. – Greenville outscored General McLane 29-14 in the second half on its way to a 60-47 victory. 

Ben Cano had another big game for the Trojans with 23 points, while Evan Cianci had 12 and Jalen Ritzert nine. 

Cano scored 15 of his points in the second half. 

Eli Bruce scored 12 of his 14 points in the first half to lead General McLane, while Danny Bruce had nine of his 11 in the first half. 

FAIRVIEW 62, CONNEAUT (Pa.) 26

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – James Sitter scored 16 points and Fairview coach Pat Flarhety picked up his 300th career victory in a 62-26 win over Conneaut. 

Jeremy Frazai and Zach Franos added nine each for the Tigers. 

Photo courtesy Fairview Tigers Athletics

COCHRANTON 63, YOUNGSVILLE 31

COCHRANTON, Pa. – Jon Gallo led three Cochranton players in double figures with 14 points as the Cardinals powered past Youngsville in Region 2 action, 63-31. 

Keeton Grimes netted 11 points and Spencer Kenny 10 for the Cardinals, who led 40-18 at halftime. Tyler George also had nine points and Wyatt Barzak eight. 

Joe Mack paced Youngsville with 15 points. 

FARRELL 55, REYNOLDS 24

FARRELL, Pa. – Trian Holden scored 18 points as Farrell topped Reynolds, 55-24. 

Christian Hartley led 12 points for the Steelers, who led 31-13 at halftime. 

Dietrich Williams had nine points for Reynolds. 

IROQUOIS 61, UNION CITY 44

LAWRENCE PARK, Pa. – Ben Burkhardt scored 21 points as Iroquois jumped out to a 14-point lead in the first quarter en route to a 61-44 win over Union City. 

Corrion Combest netted 13 points for Iroquois and Logan Briggs 11. 

Matthew Bennett had 21 points for Union City. 

GROVE CITY 59, WILMINGTON 29

GROVE CITY, Pa – Luke Hostetler scored 15 points as Grove City beat Wilmington, 59-29. 

Michael Brooks netted 11 points for the Eagles, while Sam Norris and Landon Haggart added nine apiece. 

Mason Reed had eight points to lead Wilmington. 

HICKORY 52, SHARPSVILLE 47

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Peyton Mele scored 22 points as Hickory edged Sharpsville, 52-47. 

Connor Evans added 17 points for the Hornets. 

Jackson Doyle had a big game for Sharpsville with 20 points and Ryan Ladjevich 11. 

MERCER 48, JAMESTOWN 20

JAMESTOWN, Pa. – Logan Turton scored 17 points as Mercer powered past Jamestown, 48-20. 

Jake Mattocks was also in double figures scoring for the Mustangs with 11 points. 

Cameron Keyser scored 17 points for Jamestown. 

FORT LEBOEUF 61, TITUSVILLE 34

WATERFORD, Pa. – Brandon Drayer scored 17 points and Marquis Richmond 15 as Fort LeBoeuf powered past Titusville, 61-34. 

Tyler Durstine scored a game-high 20 points for the Rockets. 

GRAND RIVER ACADEMY (OHIO) 50, CATHEDRAL PREP 39 

AUSTINBURG, OHIO – KJ Odour scored 14 points to help lead Grand River past Cathedral Prep, 50-39. 

Arzika Sebour and Ricky Okeyo added 10 points each for Grand River. 

Liam Galla had 14 points for Prep. 

GIRLS

YOUNGSVILLE 24, CORRY 22

YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Chloe Senz’s layup with two seconds remaining lifted Youngsville to a 24-22 win over Corry. 

Kamryn Weissinger inbounded to Senz with just over six seconds left, and Senz, who finished with seven points, did the rest. 

Weissinger led Youngsville with eight points. 

Rachel Brady led Corry with nine points. 

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 48, UNION CITY 25

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Mackenzie Yanc scored 16 points and Maddie Yanc 14 as Cambridge Springs topped Union City, 48-25. 

Maddie Yanc scored six points in the third quarter, as the Blue Devils outscored the Bears 22-8 to pull away. 

Eliza Reynolds had eight points for Union City. 

WARREN 49, GENERAL MCLANE 32

EDINBORO, Pa. – Warren outscored General McLane 27-4 in the first half on its way to a 49-32 win, its second in as many days over the Lancers. 

Emma Ruhlman scored 11 of her 18 points in the first half for Warren, while Riley Childress knocked down three 3’s in the second quarter to help the Dragons pull away. 

Childress dished out eight assists and Gracie Ruhlman finished with six points and 10 rebounds. 

Emily Hess led GM with 13 points. 

GENERAL MCLANE 53, TITUSVILLE 8

EDINBORO, Pa. – Emily Hess scored 19 points as McLane won the first of its two games on the day, 53-8 over Titusville. 

Ellie Shade added eight points for the Lancers. 

Carly Moon had five points for Titusville. 

FAIRVIEW 60, MEADVILLE 12

MEADVILLE, Pa. – Hope Garrity led three Fairview players in double figures with 12 points as the Tigers beat Meadville, 60-12. 

Caroline Zentis had 11 points and Sara Gennuso 10 for the Tigers. 

Carlie Longo and Alex Gallagher had five points each for Meadville. 

SENECA 59, EISENHOWER 19

RUSSELL, Pa. – Lauren Konkol scored 12 points as Sencea raced past Eisenhower, 59-19. 

Mayidson Kent added 11 points and Taylor Klick eight for the Bobcats, who led 27-12 at halftime. 

Delaney Chase had 10 points and five rebounds to pace Eisenhower, while Lilly Smyth had six points and eight boards. 

SLIPPERY ROCK 63, FRANKLIN 19

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Hallie Raabe scored 11 points as nine different Slippery Rock players made their way into the scoring columbine a 63-19 victory over Franklin. 

Kelly Benson and Bronwyn McCoy scored nine points, while Anna Kadlubek, Gianna Bedel and Katie Book added eight each.

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