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Jan. 19, 2022 D10 Boys/Girls Hoops: KC Girls Win Battle of Defending D10 Champs With Cambridge; Erie Boys Power Past Farrell

Kennedy Catholic's Bellah DiNardo was part of a balanced KC effort in a win over Cambridge Springs.

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Layke Fields scored 16 points as Kennedy Catholic earned a 51-30 win over Cambridge Springs in a battle of defending Class 1A and 2A District 10 champions.

The Golden Eagles built a 23-7 halftime lead en route to the win.

Paris Gilmore added 11 points for KC (7-1), while Hayden Keith had eight and Bellah DiNardo seven.

Maddie Yanc led Cambridge Springs with 13 points, while Makenzie Yanc added eight.

   

GROVE CITY 46, FARRELL 44

FARRELL, Pa. – Izzy Gamble scored seven points in the fourth quarter as Grove City outlasted Farrell, 46-44.

Gamble finished with 10 points in the back-and-forth affair, while Delaney Callahan scored 13 and Hannah Reiber 10 for the Eagles.

In addition, Emma Santom dished out six assists and Gamble had eight rebounds.

Jaylie Green led Farrell with 14 points, while Sanaa Brodie added 10.

HARBOR CREEK 46, CORRY 28

HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Trailing by two at halftime, Harbor Creek outscored Corry 19-0 in the third quarter en route to a 46-28 Region 6 victory.

Brooke Przybylski and Samantha Zank led the way with 14 points each for Harbor Creek, while Georgia Weber chipped in with eight.

Miranda Nickerson and Tayler Elchynski netted eight each for Corry.

REYNOLDS 50, ROCKY GROVE 33

SUGARCREEK BOROUGH, Pa. – Reynolds jumped out to a 10-point first-quarter lead on its way to a 50-33 Region 1 win over Rocky Grove.

Lawrynn Harrold and Halle Murcko combined for 34 points, with Harrold scoring 18 and Murcko 16.

Rylee Reed led Rocky Grove with 14 points, while Abbie Williams netted 11.

BOYS

EISENHOWER 52, KANE 48

KANE, Pa. – Wyatt Lookenhouse and Curt Darling combined for 33 points as Eisenhower edged Kane in a District 9/10 crossover, 52-48.

Eisenhower trailed 22-20 at halftime, outscoring the Wolves 18-9 in the third quarter to take the lead behind Lookenhouse, who scored 12 of his 17 points in the second half, while Darling netted 16 and Kyler Black eight for Eisenhower

The Knights overcame a big second half from Kane’s Andy Jekielek, who scored 17 of his game-high 19 points in the final 16 minutes.

Josh Greville added 13 points for Kane.

UNION CITY 54, IROQUOIS 22

UNION CITY, Pa. – Cole DeSimone and Matt Bennett combined for 36 points as Union City powered to a 54-22 win over Iroquois.

DeSimone drilled three triples in the first quarter and Bennett scored 11 points in the second quarter as the Bears built a 34-11 halftime lead.

Wyatt Post added eight points for the Bears.

Ben Burkhardt led Iroquois with eight points.

ERIE 69, FARRELL 43

ERIE, Pa. – Layveon Gore scored 24 points as Erie powered past Farrell in non-region action, 69-43.

The Royals jumped out to a 26-5 lead after the first quarter en route to the win.

Jay Smith chipped in with 11 points, while Andreas MCCullum added 10 and Shaquawn Horton nine for the Royals.

Omar Stewart had 15 points to pace Farrell and Malachi Owens 11.

SLIPPERY ROCK 60, WILMINGTON 29

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Dylan Gordon led three Slippery Rock players in double figures with 17 points as the Rockets powered past Wilmington, 60-29.

Levi Prementine had 13 points for the Rockets and John Sabo 12.

Damien Micco had 11 points for Wilmington.

GIRARD 52, MEADVILLE 47

GIRARD, Pa. – Geremia Dell’omo and Austin Shady scored 15 points each as Girard earned a 52-47 non-region win over Meadville.

The Jackets outscored the Bulldogs by six in the third quarter in the win.

Dontae Burnett had 14 points and Khalon Simmons 12 for Meadville.

MERCYHURST PREP 60, NORTHWESTERN 51

ERIE, Pa. – Dewey Byrd and Trey Battle combined for 34 points as Mercyhurst Prep beat Northwestern, 60-51.

Byrd scored 18 points and Battle 16 points for the Lakers, who built a 10-point halftime lead on their way to the win.

The Lakers overcame a monster effort from Northwestern’s Eric Steinle, who had 28 points in the loss.

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