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Jan. 16, 2021 D10 Hoops: Warren Sweeps DuBois; Franklin Boys Keep Rolling

Warren's Payton Barnes. Photo by Jared Bakaysa of JB Graphics. See more of Bakaysa's work here

Jan. 16., 2021, D10 Basketball Recaps

BOYS

WARREN 45, DUBOIS 39

DUBOIS, Pa. – Payton Barnes scored 15 points and Ben Berdine 13 as Warren rallied from an early deficit to pick up its first win of the season 45-39 over DuBois. 

The Dragons trailed 15-9 after the first quarter but rallied to take a 28-26 halftime lead. 

Rewatch the game: 

The fast start for DuBois was keyed by Lennon Lindholm, who drained four first-quarter 3’s on his way to a team-high 16 points, while Nick Felix added 11. 

FRANKLIN 66, SHARON 31

FRANKLIN, Pa. – Host Franklin outscored Sharon 27-6 in the third quarter on their way to a 66-31 victory. 

Easton Fulmer scored 17 points, including eight in that third quarter, for Franklin, while Luke Guth has 12 and Hayden Adams 10. 

Shawn Hall had 11 points to pace Sharon. 

SHARPSVILLE 58, GROVE CITY 45

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. – Jackson Doyle scored 19 points as Sharpsville topped Grove City, 58-45. 

James Thomas added 15 for the Blue Devils, who led 29-20 at halftime. 

Luke Hostetler led Grove City with 17 points, while Dylan Stull added 13. 

MERCER 36, ROCKY GROVE 33

MERCER, Pa. – Logan Turton scored 11 points as Mercer held off Rocky Grove, 36-33. 

Sam Ellison had six points for the winners, including the game-clinching steal late in the game. 

Isaac Clayton and Caden Toscano had nine points each for Rocky Grove. 

MEADVILLE 61, MERCYHURST PREP 43

Sam Burchard scored 12 points to lead a balanced Meadville effort in a 61-43 win over Mercyhurst Prep. 

The Bulldogs, who jumped out to an early 9-1 lead in the first quarter, also got 10 points from Charlie Waid and eight each from Reese Pero and Savior Hughes. 

Daunte Wilcott had 17 points for Mercyhurst Prep. 

KENNEDY CATHOLIC 85, FARRELL 51

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Malike Lampkins-Rudolph scored 21 points as Kennedy Catholic raced past Farrell. 

Sky’Ler Thomas added 18 points for the Golden Eagles, who broke open a 6-point halftime lead with a 25-12 run in the third quarter. 

Denzel Driver had 13 points to lead Farrell. 

CORRY 61, IROQUOIS 25

LAWRENCE PARK, Pa. – Logan Joncas connected for 20 points as Corry raced past Iroquois. 

Tucker Clark added 12 for the Beavers, who led 44-12 at halftime. 

Opal Ako led the Braves with eight points. 

GIRLS

WARREN 51, DUBOIS 32

DUBOIS, Pa. – Emma Ruhlman scored 19 points as Warren improved to 4-0 with a 51-32 win over DuBois in a D10 vs. D9 matchup. 

Riley Childress had 14 points for the Lady Dragons, who led from start to finish. 

Rewatch the Game: 

Warren led by 12, 26-14 at halftime. 

Saige Weible played a strong game for DuBois, finishing with a team-high 15 points.

GROVE CITY 58, MEADVILLE 19

MEADVILLE, Pa. – Grove City outscored Meadville 31-6 in the first half en route to a 58-19 win. 

Clara Hannon and Becca Santom both had big games for GC, pouring in 19 points each. Piper Como added eight for the winners. 

Alex Gallagher had 10 points for Meadville

MCDOWELL 45, GIRARD 31

GIRARD, Pa. – Emina Selimovic scored 16 points as McDowell powered past Girard, 45-31. 

The Trojans’ victory was keyed by a 17-2 run in the second quarter. 

Jessica Hertz and Ella Gebhart had nine points each for McDowell. 

Kayla Sherman and Courtney McDonald had nine points each for Girard

FAIRVIEW 45, CORRY 8

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Hope Garrity scored 14 points as Fairview played stifling defense in a 45-8 win over Corry. 

Abby McCall added nine points for the Tigers, who led 22-1 at halftime. 

In total, eight different Fairview players made their way into the scoring column. 

Lexy Hasbrouck and Tayler Elchynski had three points each for Corry.

SENECA 52, FORT LEBOEUF 48

WATERFORD, Pa. – May Kent scored 11 points and Taylor Klick 10 to lead Seneca past Fort LeBoeuf. 

Torsha McCall had 14 points and Alee Young 12 for Fort LeBouef. 

MERCYHURST PREP 57, HARBOR CREEK 33

ERIE, Pa. – Lillirose Lang led a balanced effort with 14 points as Mercyhurst Prep beat Harbor Creek. 

Olivia Kulyk had 12 points and Anna Tranum 11 for the winners. 

Lily Pulvino scored a game-high 15 points for Harbor Creek.

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