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Jan. 21, 2022 D9 Boys Hoops: Cameron County Holds off Kane in Double OT; Karns City Squeaks by ACV

Hayden Brown had a career-high 32 points in Cameron County's double OT win Friday night over Kane. Photo by Patrick Crants. See more of Crants work here.

Jan. 21 D9 boys basketball recaps

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CAMERON COUNTY 44, KANE 41, OVERTIME

KANE, Pa. – Hayden Brown’s old-school 3-point play with 1:33 to play in the second overtime helped visiting Cameron County knock off Kane, 44-41.

   

The Red Raiders trailed 41-39 in the second overtime after a runner by Sam Lundeen for Kane.

But Cameron County and Brown were the beneficiaries of some good luck at the other end, as Lundeen blocked an Alan Erickson shot right into the hands of Brown, who scored and was fouled.

The Wolves had a couple of chances with under 10 seconds to play but first lost the ball out of bounds under the hoop with 5.5 seconds left.

They got the ball back following a pair of Brown free throws, but Cameron County fouled Lundeen with 2.4 to play. He missed the first shot, and when he tried to miss the second on purpose he missed everything giving the ball back to the Red Raiders.

       

Kane led by three, 37-34, with under 30 seconds to play in the first overtime and was trying to run out the clock when Brown stole a Josh Greville pass into the corner with 22 seconds left.

Brown was then fouled bringing the foul across the timeline and hit the first free throw to make it 37-35.

The second charity shot was no good, but Camdyn Allison made a great rebound getting the ball in midair and calling timeout with 13.7 seconds to play.

       

Allison was then fouled inside by Andy Jekielek when he rebounded a Brown miss with 3.6 left and hit both free throws to tie the game at 37.

Greville almost won the game at the horn, but his foul-line jumper, which went in, came just after the horn sounded setting up the second overtime.

Kane had to rally from a 34-29 deficit late in regulation to extend the game.

A Landon Darr 3-pointer with just over a minute left got the Wolves to within three, 34-32.

After Brevin Lewis and Brown both missed free throws for Cameron County, Jekielek tied the game with a 7-foot shot in the lane with 1.4 seconds to play to send the game to overtime.

Brown had a monster game for Cameron County with a career-high 32 points, while Allison added eight.

Jekielek scored 12 to lead Kane before fouling out with Lundeen adding seven.

Justin Mishic chipped in seven rebounds, three assists, and three points for the Wolves, while Greville had three points, all in the overtimes, and six rebounds.

Enhanced details for this game came from watching the Kane High School Vimeo stream of the contest.

Rewatch the game via Kane’s Vimeo

KHS Varsity Boys Basketball vs Cameron County 1/21/22 from Kane Area School District on Vimeo.

KARNS CITY 36, A-C VALLEY 33

KARNS CITY, Pa. – Still playing without the injured Luke Cramer, its leading scorer, Karns City held off a fourth-quarter comeback attempt from A-C Valley to pick up a 36-33 win at home.

The Gremlins led 25-9 at halftime and 31-22 at the end of the third quarter before the Falcons made a fourth-quarter charge behind the play of Jay Clover, who scored eight of his 15 points in the final eight minutes.

Clover finished off a double-double with 10 rebounds.

Taite Beighley led Karns City with 16 points, while Micah Rupp added six. Hobie Bartoe had a key 3-pointer in the fourth quarter, his only points of the game, for the Gremlins as well.

A-C Valley’s scoring was limited to three players with Alex Preston adding 11 points and Landon Chalmers seven points to go with 13 rebounds.

Cramer, the leading scorer for Karns City at 14.3 ppg, has an ankle injury and hasn’t played since Jan. 14 vs. Clarion. The Gremlins haven’t had a full complement of players on the court at the same time since beating Moniteau Jan. 7, as Beighley missed two games, including the Clarion game in which Cramer got hurt.

CLEARFIELD 62, HOLLIDAYSBURG 54

HYDE, Pa. – Cole Miller hit a pair of fourth-quarter 3-pointers and scored eight points in the quarter to help Clearfield pull away from Hollidaysburg, 62-54, for a home Mountain League victory.

Miller hit five 3-pointers in the game while scoring a game-high 28 points for the Bison, who led by four, 44-40, going to the fourth quarter. He finished off a double-double with 10 rebounds.

Isakk Way also had a double-double for the Bison with 12 points and 12 rebounds, while Ryan Gearhart chipped in eight points.

Cole Walters hit four 3-pointers on his way to a team-best 12 points for Hollidaysburg, while Jake Hymen and Mason Goodman each scored 10 with eight of Goodman’s coming in the fourth quarter.

KEYSTONE 48, VENANGO CATHOLIC 30

KNOX, Pa. – Behind 21 points and 14 rebounds from Bret Wingard, Keystone toppled visiting Venango Catholic, 48-30.

Cole Henery added nine points for the Panthers with Zander McHenry chipping in with eight.

Jake Liederbach paced Venango Catholic with 13 points.

SMETHPORT 74, AUSTIN 26

SMETHPORT, Pa. – John Adamoski scored a career-high 20 points to help Smethport beat visiting Austin, 74-26, in NTL action.

Adamoski netted 18 first-half points to help the Hubbers take a 38-12 halftime lead.

Alex Ognen, fresh off a 40-point performance in a win over Coudersport Thursday, picked off where he left off netting 13 first-quarter points on his way to a game-high 22 for the Hubbers, while Alex Cole chipped in 10 points.

Jacob Hooftallen scored 13 points to pace Austin.

REDBANK VALLEY 61, NORTH CLARION 28

FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. – Marques Gardlock, Chris Marshall, and Owen Clouse scored in double figures to lead Redbank Valley to a 61-28 win at North Clarion.

Gardlock led the way with 17 points while Marshall scored 14 points, all 31 of those coming in the first three quarters. Clouse finished with 11 points. Bryson Bain added nine points.

The Bulldogs led 32-14 at halftime, the outscored the Wolves 23-5 in the third quarter to take a 36-point lead into the fourth quarter.

Aiden Hartle led the Wolves with seven points.

BROOKVILLE 60, BROCKWAY 21

BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Jumping out to a 15-0 lead after one quarter and spreading the wealth in the scoring column, Brookville rolled to a 60-21 win at home over Brockway.

The Raiders led 36-7 at halftime and set the PIAA Mercy Rule running clock into motion with a 41-9 lead at the 5:54 mark of the third quarter.

Of the 16 Raiders to see playing time, 13 scored with Griffin Ruhlman and Jack Pete each scoring nine points. Clayton Cook scored seven points and grabbed six rebounds.

Dylen Coder scored eight of his team-high 10 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Rovers.

JOHNSONBURG 53, PORT ALLEGANY 36

JOHNSONBURG, Pa. – Thanks to 16 points from Kole Asti, Johnsonburg picked up a 53-36 home win over Port Allegany.

Isaiah Jackson added 13 points for the Rams with Luke Zimmerman chipping in with nine, all on 3-pointers.

Blaine Moses and Braylon Button led Port Allegany with seven points each.

PUNXSUTAWNEY 54, BRADFORD 41

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Donnie Neese had a double-double to help Punxsutawney knock off visiting Bradford, 54-41, in D9 League action.

Neese scored 10 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the win for the Chucks.

Gabe Kengersky led Punxsutawney with 13 points while dishing out five assists, and Noah Weaver had 12 points and three assists.

Cam Austin led Bradford with 18 points with Jake Franz adding 16.

MOUNT UNION 66, CURWENSVILLE 40

CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Devin Delo exploded for 26 points to lead Mount Union to a 66-40 win at Curwensville in ICC North action.

Danny McGarry scored a season-high 20 points for Curwensville with Ty Terry adding 14.

The Golden Tide were without Parker Wood in the game.

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