Jan. 13 District 9 basketball recaps.
OTTO-ELDRED 38, COUDERSPORT 27
COUDERSPORT, Pa. – Katie Sheeler scored 12 points and came away with five steals, as Otto-Eldred ended Coudersport’s 32-game NTL win streak with a 38-27 road win.
The Lady Terrors used a 10-0 second quarter to take an 18-7 halftime lead and then held off a Coudersport charge in the third quarter that saw the Lady Falcons close within eight, 27-19, going to the fourth quarter.
Reilly Raught added seven points, six rebounds, and two blocked shots for Otto-Eldred, who also got six points and three steals from Morgan Dalton, five points, six rebounds, and two blocked shots from Bri Heller, and five points, six rebounds, and two steals from Emmalee Sheeler.
Elizabeth Frame paced Coudersport with seven points, while Sarah Chambers scored five, all in the first quarter, but didn’t play in the second half. Roslyn Page also scored five points for the Lady Falcons.
The loss is the first NTL loss for Coudersport since a 56-51 loss to Port Allegany, Dec. 11, 2018. Coudersport has lost just three NTL games since 2016 going 79-3 in league play since the start of the 2016 season.
KEYSTONE 41, NORTH CLARION 30
FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. – Emily Lauer scored eight of her game-high 19 points in the second half, as Keystone pulled away from North Clarion to end the She-Wolves 23-game regular-season win streak with a 41-30 road win.
Rewatch the game
The game was tied at 21 at halftime, but the Lady Panthers scored the first six points of the third quarter and never looked back.
North Clarion was still with three, 29-26, early in the fourth quarter before Keystone went on a 12-2 run to secure the victory.
Lauer talked about the victory.
Jozee Weaver, who broke the 21-all tie with a driving layup early in the third quarter, added eight points with Natalie Bowser chipping in six.
Gwen Siegel paced North Clarion with eight points.
The loss was North Clarion’s first regular-season loss, and just its second loss since the start of last season, since falling to Moniteau, 46-39, Feb. 11, 2019.
The win was the first for Keystone over North Clarion in nearly six years. The Lady Panthers last beat the She-Wolves, 84-61, Feb. 3, 2015, and had lost seven straight games to North Clarion since.
MONITEAU 59, UNION 42
RIMERSBURG, Pa. – Aslyn Pry tickled the twine for a game-high 20 points to lead visiting Moniteau to a 59-42 win over Union.
Freshman Catherine Kelly added 14 points for the Lady Warriors while Kendall Sankey had nine tallies and Zoey HIllwig eight.
Keira Croyle scored a team-best 19 points for Union, while Dominika Logue added 12.
CLEARFIELD 52, BROOKVILLE 46
BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Breaking a halftime tie, visiting Clearfield outscored Brookville 20-8 in the third quarter and pulled away for a 52-46 win in the season-opener for the Lady Bison.
Emma Hipps led Clearfield with 15 points while Paige Rhine turned in a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds. Cayleigh Walker came off the bench to score seven of her 11 points in the decisive third quarter. Although not scoring, Alaina Fedder had 10 rebounds.
Clearfield led by as many as 16 points early in the fourth quarter before Brookville got to the final margin in the waning seconds.
Elizabeth Wonderling led Brookville, playing for the second time in as many days, with 15 points. Alayna Haight hit three 3-pointers for nine points, Eden Wonderling scored six points but collected a game-high 15 rebounds. Kerstyn Davie came off the bench for seven points and eight rebounds.
PUNXSUTAWNEY 61, BROCKWAY 16
BROCKWAY, Pa. – Led by 14 points from Sarah Weaver, Punxsutawney had nine different players etch their names in the scorebook in a 61-16 win at Brockway.
Weaver added eight rebounds, four steals, and three assists to her line, while Riley Presloid and Katelyn Griebel each added 10 points and Chloe Presloid nine points.
Riley Presloid also contributed five rebounds, four steals, and two assists, while Greibel had four assists, five rebounds, five steals, and three blocks, and Chloe Presloid three assists, three rebounds, and two steals.
Selena Buttery paced Brockway with seven points and 10 rebounds.
CLARION 33, A-C VALLEY 13
FOXBURG, Pa. – Limiting A-C Valley to five or fewer points in each quarter, visiting Clarion gained a 33-13 win in Foxburg.
After leading 6-4 at the end of the first quarter, the Lady Cats outscored A-C Valley 10-2 in each of the next two quarters to take control of the game.
Erica Selfridge led Clarion with a game-high 16 points with Jordan Best chipping in seven points.
Andrea Meals paced A-C Valley with six points with Avah Burke adding five.
KARNS CITY 53, CLARION-LIMESTONE 44
STRATTANVILLE, Pa. – Emma Johns scored nine of her game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter to help visiting Karns City overcome a slow start on its way to a 53-44 win over Clarion-Limestone.
After trailing 13-3 at the end of eight minutes, the Lady Gremlins got within nine, 29-20 at halftime before tying the score at 37 at the end of the fourth quarter.
Rossi McMillen added nine points in the win for Karns City, while Abby Callihan scored eight.
Francis Milliron and Kendall Dunn each tallied 10 points for C-L with Anna Kennemuth adding eight points.
CAMERON COUNTY 53, NORTHERN POTTER 33
ULYSSES, Pa. – Hailey Hilfiger recorded a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds to help visiting Cameron County march past Northern Potter, 53-33.
Kaelee Bresslin chipped in 10 points and five assists for the Lady Raiders, who also got 10 points, three assists, and three steals from Mallory McKimm.
Aubrey Anderson netted 18 points for Northern Potter with Courtney Martin chipping in 10 tallies.
CORRY 39, SHEFFIELD 21
SHEFFIELD, Pa. – Skylar Riedel scored 17 points as Corry topped host Sheffield, 39-21.
Tayler Elchynski had 13 points, including four 3-pointers for Corry, which broke the game open with a 14-3 run in the third quarter.
Annabel Sheldon had six points and Allison Schmader four to pace Sheffield.
PUNXSUTAWNEY 65, BROCKWAY 41
PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Nick Humble scored 18 points to lead Punxsutawney to a 65-41 win over visiting Brockway.
Gabe Kengersky added 12 points in the win for the Chucks and Noah Weaver and Ethan Presloid each scored eight tallies.
Marcus Copelli led Brockway with 15 points with Lewis Painter adding 10 points.
DUBOIS 76, CLEARFIELD 62
HYDE, Pa. – Lennon Lindholm led a trio of DuBois player who scored 15 or more points with a team-high 16 points, as the Beavers picked up a 76-62 win over Clearfield.
Jordin Sommers and Nick Felix each added 15 points while combining for seven 3-pointers, four from Sommers.
Nick Farrell also hit three 3-pointers while scoring nine points, and Michael Orzchewski scored 11 points.
Karson Rumsky led Clearfield with 21 points with Matt Pallo and Cole Miller each adding 13 points.