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Feb. 4 2021 D10 Hoops: Grove City’s Santom Hits 1,000-Point Milestone In Win; Fairview, Warren Girls Nab Big Region Victories

Feb. 4, 2021 D10 Basketball Recaps

GIRLS

GROVE CITY 61, MEADVILLE 14

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Becca Santom scored 28 points, joining the prestigious 1,000-career point club in the process as Grove City topped Meadville, 61-14. 

The Eagles led from start to finish, which included a 23-2 run in the second quarter. 

Clara Hannon had 11 points for the winners and Alli Lewis nine. 

FAIRVIEW 41, GIRARD 36

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Sammy Momeyer led a balanced effort with 10 points as Fairview picked up a key Region 3 win over Girard, 41-36. 

The Tigers pitched a 7-0 shutout in the second quarter to gain a 9-point halftime advantage en route to the win. 

Abby McCall had nine points, Jada McBride eight and Hope Garrity seven for the winners. 

Courtney McDonald and Abby Sherman had 12 points each for Girard. 

WARREN 40, HARBOR CREEK 27

HARBOR CREEK, Pa.- Riley Childress scored 12 points as Warren picked up a key Region 6 road win, 40-27 over Harbor Creek. 

The Dragons, who earned their 10th win, jumped out to a 21-8 lead after the first quarter. 

Harbor Creek cut the margin to five at halftime thanks to a 9-1 second quarter, but Warren answered right back, outsourcing the Huskies 14-8 in the third. 

Emma Ruhlman and Kelsey Stuart had nine points each for Warren. Ruhlman added eight rebounds and three assists, Childress four steals and Teagan Paris seven rebounds. 

Lily Pulvino had eight points and Samantha Zank seven for Harbor Creek. 

SHARPSVILLE 26, WILMINGTON 23

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Erika Grandy hit the game-winning 3-pointer to send Sharpsville to a 26-23 win over Wilmington. 

The 3 accounted for Grandy’s first and only points of the game. 

Breanna Hanley had eight points and Tori Kimpan six for Sharpsville. 

Jadyn Flick and Renee Ealy had five points each for Wilmington 

UNION 33, HICKORY 29

NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Malana Beach and Aniyah Anderson scored 11 points each for Hickory, but it was host Union that came away with a 33-29 victory. 

Kayla Fruestorfer had nine points to lead Union, which outscored Hickory 13-5 in the fourth quarter. 

FRANKLIN 39, OIL CITY 37

FRANKLIN, Pa. – Leading by nine going into the fourth quarter, Franklin held off a late rally from Oil City en route to a 39-37 win. 

Camdon Bashor led Franklin with eight points, while Zelika Hartle added seven for the Knights. 

Jenna Fischli paced Oil City with a game-high 12 points. 

COCHRANTON 48, SENECA 36

COCHRANTON, Pa. – Cochranton won for the second day in a row, beating Seneca 48-36. 

Lexie Moore had 14 points for Cochranton, which outscored Seneca by 12 in the second and third quarters. 

Maydison Kent had 15 points to pace the Bobcats. 

SAEGERTOWN 56, EISENHOWER 11

RUSSELL, Pa. – Mollie Przybrowski led three Saegertown players in double figures in a 56-11 Region 2 win over Eisenhower.

Dixie Kindervater had 14 points and Avery Braymer 10 for the Panthers. 

Lilly Smyth had four points for Eisenhower. 

UNION CITY 32, YOUNGSVILLE 29

YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Jessica Messenger scored nine points as Union City held off Youngsville, 32-29. 

Union City led 20-18 going into the fourth quarter. 

Cyaira Zielinski had eight points for the Bears. 

Kenzie Olewine scored 12 points and Kamryn Weissinger and Chloe Senz eight each for the Eagles. 

MERCYHURST PREP 50, NORTH EAST 40

NORTH EAST, Pa. – Anna Tranum scored 20 points to lead Mercyhurst Prep past North East, 50-40. 

Olivia Kulyk had 12 points for the winners, while Lillirose Lang added eight. 

Kami Mayes had 16 points to lead North East. 

WEST MIDDLESEX 56, JAMESTOWN 17

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – Carlie Beatty netted 14 points to lead West Middlesex to a 56-17 win over Jamestown. 

Emily Anthony added 10 points and Taylor Tomko nine for the Big Reds. 

LAKEVIEW 47, TITUSVILLE 8

TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Amber Sefton had 12 points as Lakeview powered past Titusville, 47-8. 

BOYS

HICKORY 60, KENNEDY CATHOLIC 51

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Coach Chris Mele won his 200th career game as Hickory beat Kennedy Catholic 60-51 in a crosstown battle in Hermitage. 

The duo of Connor Evans and Chris Mele came up huge for the Hornets, scoring 25 and 21 points, respectively. 

Down two at the half, the Hornets outscored the Golden Eagles 26-15 in the second half. 

Malik Lampkins-Rudolph had 14 points to pace Kennedy Catholic, while Sky’Ler Thomas had 12 and Gio Magestro 10. 

CATHEDRAL PREP 61, ERIE FIRST CHRISTIAN 40

ERIE, Pa. – Khali Horton had 16 points to lead Cathedral Prep past Erie First Chrisitan, 61-40. 

Malachi Milsap and Liam Galla had nine points each for Prep. 

Aaron Collins scored 19 points for EFC. 

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