Jan. 12, 2021 D10 Basketball Recaps
YOUNGSVILLE 42, EISENHOWER 36
RUSSELL, Pa. – Down by as many as 20 points, Youngsville outscored Eisenhower 23-2 to close the game for a thrilling comeback win.
Brady Olewine scored 16 of his 18 points in the second half, including a pair of big 3’s in the fourth quarter.
Ethan Kesterholt scored eight of his 10 points in the fourth quarter for the Eagles, who evened their record at 1-1.
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Eisenhower jumped out to a 21-1 lead to start the game thanks to the strong play of Owen Trumbull, who finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
Curt Darling added eight points for the Knights.
SAEGERTOWN 62, UNION CITY 38
SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – Brady Greco and Logan Ingram scored 14 points apiece to lead four Saegertown players in double figures in a 62-38 win over Union City.
Jaiden Wilkins scored 13 points and Max Fuller 10 for the Panthers, who outscored the Bears 18-7 in the third quarter to assume control.
Matthew Bennett had 18 points to lead UC.
FRANKLIN 70, COCHRANTON 35
FRANKLIN, Pa. – Easton Fulmer scored 23 points, 14 of which came in the first half, as Franklin cruised past Cochranton.
The Knights led 34-17 at halftime.
Hayden Adams scored 14 points and Luke Guth 11 for the Knights.
Jaiben Walker scored 13 points and Tyler George 10 to pace Franklin.
FAIRVIEW 54, WARREN 31
FAIRVIEW, Pa. – James Sitter scored 18 points and Tyler Schultz 17 as Fairview earned a 54-31 win over Warren.
Thirteen of the 17 for Schultz came in the second half in which Fairview built on a 10-point lead.
Ben Berdine had 15 points to lead Warren.
FORT LEBOEUF 46, CORRY 33
WATERFORD, Pa. – Brandon Drayer scored 15 points as Fort LeBoeuf bested Corry, 46-33.
Nick Dooley added 11 points for the winners.
Fort LeBoeuf led 24-15 at halftime.
Nick Brundage had 10 points to pace Corry.
CATHEDRAL PREP 45, HARBOR CREEK 33
HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Cathedral Prep handed Harbor Creek its first loss of the season, 45-33.
Khali Horton led the Ramblers, who outscored the Huskies 13-4 in the fourth quarter, with 14 points.
Liam Galla added 11 points for Prep.
Sam Howell had 12 points for Harbor Creek and Cody Smith 10.
SHARON 55, WILMINGTON 36
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Shawn HIll scored 17 points as Sharon beat Wilmington.
Brayden Coxson had 15 points for the Tigers as well, while Connor Porterfiled added 13.
MCDOWELL 75, MEADVILLE 57
MEADVILLE, Pa. – Jackson Hower scored 20 points as McDowell topped Meadville.
The Trojans outscored the Bulldogs 22-10 in the second quarter en route to the win.
Jonah Bock added 19 points and Max Paris 13 for the winners.
Charlie Waid and Matt Panchura had 12 points each for Meadville.
MERCER 44, FARRELL 40
MERCER, Pa. – Jake Mattocks led a balanced effort with 14 points as Mercer knocked off Farrell.
Mercer led by two at halftime, 26-24 and extended that lead to six by the end of the third quarter.
Dominick Pugh added eight points for the Mustangs.
Omar Stewart led Farrell with 14 points.
REYNOLDS 36, COMMODORE PERRY 26
Aidan Mull scored 10 points as Reynolds won a defensive battle over Commodore Perry.
Tied 13-13 at halftime, Reynolds outscored CP 11-1 in the third quarter to assume control.
Haydin McLaughlin added nine points for the Raiders.
Kyle Stringert had 11 points for Commodore Perry.
COCHRANTON 76, EISENHOWER 29
COCHRANTON, Pa. – Carly Richter scored 15 points as Cochranton powered past Eisenhower.
Riley Harvey, Jaylin McGill and Lexie Moore had 12 each for the Cardinals.
Delaney Chase had 13 points to pace Eisenhower.
SAEGERTOWN 49, YOUNGSVILLE 33
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Ava Jones led three Saegertown players in double figures as they beat Youngsville, 49-33.
The Lady Panthers led 26-12 at halftime.
Averie Braymer scored 13 points for the winners and Mollie Przybrowksi 12.
Kamryn Weissinger had 14 points to pace Youngsville.
SENECA 54, UNION CITY 42
UNION CITY, Pa. – Seneca raced out to a double-digit after the first quarter en route to a 54-42 win over Union City.
The Bobcats led 17-6 after the first eight minutes.
Maydison Kent had a big game for Seneca pouring in 22 points in the victory.
She was matched by Union City’s Eliza Reynolds, who also finished with 22 points.