NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Damon Curry scored 17 points as Franklin earned a 53-43 win over Blackhawk in the Ron Galbreath Classic.
Franklin built a 32-18 halftime lead en route to the win.
Curry drained three 3’s in the win, while Cole Buckley (11 in the first half) and Ethan Owens scored 12 points apiece for the Knights.
Zach Oliver scored 14 points to lead Blackhawk.
WARREN 56, DUBOIS 47
DUBOIS, Pa. – Tommy Nyquist made six 3’s and scored 22 points as Warren earned a 56-47 win over DuBois.
Warren outscored DuBois 24-16 in the second half en route to the win.
Braylon Barnes was also in double figures for the Dragons with 12 points (10 in the second half) and Konnor Hoffman added nine.
Tyson Kinnis led DuBois with 16 points, while Cam Thompson added 13.
Nyquist talked about the victory
GREENVILLE 58, CONNEAUT 42
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Logan Lentz scored 21 points as Greenville earned a 58-42 non-region win over Conneaut.
Greenville built a 37-17 halftime lead en route to the win.
Noah Philson was also in double figures for Greenville with 12 points, while Jase Herrick added eight.
Shakiir Jordan had 11 points for Conneaut and Alex Brady added nine.
GIRARD (OHIO) 44, HICKORY 41
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Gus Johnson scored 23 points to lead Girard (Ohio) to a 44-41 win over Hickory.
Thomas Cardiero added 12 points for Girard, which outscored Hickory 10-6 in the fourth quarter en route to the win.
Aidan Enoch and Tyson Djakovich had 11 points each for Hickory.
KENNEDY CATHOLIC 52, MERCYHURST PREP 27
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Layke Fields had 20 points and 10 rebounds as Kennedy Catholic won a non-region showdown against Mercyhurst Prep, 52-27.
The Golden Eagles built a 26-13 halftime lead en route to the win.
Monique Vincent had eight points for Kennedy Catholic and Bella Magestro and Cassie Dancak seven points each.
Olivia Kulyk had 11 points to lead Mercyhurst Prep and Sadie Messer added eight.
DUBOIS 35, WARREN 20
DUBOIS, Pa. – DuBois limited Warren to eight points in the second half en route to a 35-20 win in D9/10 crossover action.
DuBois led 16-12 at halftime and outscored the Dragons 19-8 in the second half.
Alexis Pfeuffer led DuBois with seven points, while Teegan Runyan and Maddy Orzechowski had six points each.
Alyssa Farr had five points for Warren and Sammie Ruhlman and Halle Kuzminski four points each.
OIL CITY 41, BRADFORD 32
BRADFORD, Pa. – Oil City outscored Bradford 27-14 in the second half on its way to a 41-32 victory.
Nicki Petro led a balanced Oil City effort with 10 points, while Emma Stahl, Maddy Marczak and Maddie Wenner had eight points each.
Alana Benson led Bradford with 11 points, while Alyssa Johnson added five.
UNION 53, ROCKY GROVE 13
RIMERSBURG, Pa. – Union built a 21-3 lead after the first quarter on its way to a 53-13 D9/10 crossover win over Rocky Grove.
Cheyenne Dowling led a balanced Union effort with 13 points, while Ava Strauser and Hailey Theuret added 10 points each.
Rae Montgomery had eight points for Rocky Grove.
HICKORY 50, SHARON 35
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Malana Beach led three Hickory players in double figures with 15 points as the Hornets earned a 50-35 win over Sharon.
Kimora Roberts tallied 14 points for the Hornets, while Kaelyn Fustos had 10 points and Maidson Jones 10 rebounds.
India McGee led Sharon with 13 points, while Lacey Root added 10.
WILMINGTON 48, GENERAL MCLANE 34
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Lia Krarup scored 17 points as Wilmington powered past General McLane, 48-34.
Wilmington built a 21-9 lead after the first quarter en route to the win.
Alyssa Flick, Maelee Whting and Annalee Gardner had six points each for Wilmington.
Libby Opp had 15 points for GM.
MOHAWK 55, WEST MIDDLESEX 17
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Arika Young scored 14 points to lead a balanced Mohawk effort in a 55-17 win over West Middlesex.
Madison Cole added nine points for Mohawk.
Caitlin Stephens had nine points for West Middlesex.
HARBOR CREEK 56, MAPLEWOOD 29
HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Brooke Przybylski had 19 points as Harbor Creek powered past Maplewood, 56-29.
Samantha Zank added 14 points for Harbor Creek in the win.
MCDOWELL 51, ERIE 44
ERIE, Pa. – Mercedes Feranti scored 16 points to help McDowell to a 51-44 win over Erie.
McDowell built an 18-11 lead after the first quarter en route to the win.
Amaiya Nelson added 14 points for McDowell.
Aubreanna Neavins had 12 points for Erie.