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Jan. 14, 2021 D10 Hoops: Warren Girls, Hickory Boys Notch Big Wins

Emma Ruhlman of Warren. Photo by Jeff Parkin.

Jan. 14, 2021, D10 Basketball Recaps

GIRLS BASKETBALL

WARREN 42, MCDOWELL 34

WARREN, Pa. – After scoring just two points in the first quarter, Warren’s offense came to life in a 42-34 Region 6 win over McDowell. 

Emma Ruhman scored 15 of her game-high 22 points in the second half, while Riley Childress scored 10 of her 12 in the second half for the Dragons. 

McDowell led 17-13 at halftime behind the strong play of Emina Selimovic, who scored eight of her 13 points in the first half. 

FAIRVIEW 45, FORT LEBOEUF 28

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Hope Garrity led a balanced effort with 14 points as Fariview bested Fort LeBoeuf. 

The Lady Tigers jumped out to a big lead, 26-7 at halftime. 

Sammy Momyer had seven points for Fairview and Sara Gennuso and Abby McCall six each. 

Alee Young had 11 points to lead LeBoeuf. 

SENECA 59, YOUNGSVILLE 15

WATTSBURG, Pa. – Taylor Klick scored 14 points to lead three Seneca players in double figures in a 59-15 win over Youngsville. 

Mayidson Kent had 13 points and Lauren Scheider 10 for the winners, who led 32-9 at halftime. 

Kenzie Olewine had six points and Kamryn Weissinger five for Youngsville. 

HARBOR CREEK 44, CORRY 21

CORRY, Pa. – Rylee Kopar scored 13 points as Harbor Creek bested Corry. 

The Lady Huskies, who led by six at halftime, outscored Corry 22-5 in the second half. 

Shaelie Born added 10 points and Lily Pulvino nine for the winners. 

Rachel Brady had eight points and Taylor Elchynski seven for Corry. 

GROVE CITY 44, FRANKLIN 25

FRANKLIN, Pa. – Becca Santom scored 19 points as Grove City topped Franklin 44-25 in its season opener. 

Clara Hannon added 13 points for Grove City. 

MERCYHURST PREP 54, NORTHWESTERN 17

ALBION, Pa. – Olivia Kulyk scored 17 points as Mercyhurst Prep rolled past Northwestern. 

The Lakers led 18-2 after the first quarter and never looked back. 

Laina Finazzo added 11 for the Lakers. 

DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 45, EISENHOWER 30

DUBOIS, Pa. – Faith Jacob scored 14 points and pulled down nine rebounds as DuBois Central Catholic upended visiting Eisenhower. 

DCC outscored the Lady Knights 17-2 in the second quarter to assume control of the game. 

Jesse Frank and Sophia Ginther added eight points each for DCC. 

Bella Marino had 14 points to pace Eisenhower. 

BOYS

HICKORY 64, GROVE CITY 57

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Peyton Mele poured in 20 points as Hickory held off Grove City in an early season showdown, 

Mele scored 16 of his 20 points in the first half, while Connor Evans scored 10 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter to help bring the Hornets the win. 

Michael Brooks drained three triples on his way to 15 points for GC, while Dylan Stull added 12 points and Sam Norris 10. 

FRANKLIN 73, WILMINGTON 27

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Luke Guth and Hayden Adams scored 17 points apiece as Franklin rolled past Wilmington. 

The Knights jumped out to a 19-1 lead after the first quarter. 

Easton Fulmer added 10 points for Franklin. 

Mason Reed had eight points to pace Wilmington. 

CATHEDRAL PREP 64, GENERAL MCLANE 49

EDINBORO, Pa. – Cathedral Prep jumped out to a double-digit lead after the first quarter and never looked back en route to a 64-49 win over GM. 

Khali Horton had 20 points and Liam Galla 18 for the Ramblers. 

Eli Bruce had 15 points to pace the Lancers. 

ERIE HIGH 58, MCDOWELL 51

ERIE, Pa. – John Woodward poured in 22 points as Erie outlasted McDowell, 58-51. 

Jamie Smith had 16 points for the winners, who led 32-23 at halftime. 

Mason Beck had 15 points and Jaden Harper 14 to lead the Trojans. 

SHARPSVILLE 74, SHARON 41

SHARON, Pa. – Ryan Ladjevich and Jackson Doyle scored 25 points each as Sharpsville raced past Sharon. 

Sharpsville led 56-25 at halftime. 

The duo of Ladevich and Doyle combined to knock down nine 3-pointers. 

Shawn Hill had 13 points to pace Sharon. 

FARRELL 68, JAMESTOWN 39

FARRELL, Pa. – Denzel Driver poured in 22 points to lead Farrell to a 68-39 win over Jamestown. 

The Steelers jumped out to a 34-15 halftime lead. 

Peyton McElhinny led Jamestown with 10 points.

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