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Jan. 28, 2021 D9 Hoops: Coudy Holds off Cameron Girls in OT; Brookville Girls Get First Win; Coudy Boys Top Jburg

Rosalyn Page of Coudersport tries a shot over Hailey Hilfiger of Cameron County during the Lady Falcons overtime win Thursday. Photo by Paul Burdick. Check out more of Burdick's work here

Jan. 28 District 9 basketball recaps

DISTRICT 9 GIRLS

COUDERSPORT 43, CAMERON COUNTY 38, OVERTIME

COUDERSPORT, Pa. – Sarah Chambers scored five of her game-high 19 points in overtime to lift Coudersport to a 43-38 win over visiting Cameron County at Coudersport Elementary School.

Hailey Hilfiger sent the game to overtime tied at 33 when she banked home a 3-pointer with around five seconds to play in regulation for Cameron County.

Rosalyn Page added 11 points for Coudersport in the victory with Elizabeth Frame chipping in nine, including six in the first quarter.

Mallory McKimm led Cameron County with 10 points with Hilfiger, Kalee Bresslin and Reggie Goodrow each scoring seven.

BROOKVILLE 49, OIL CITY 26

BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Holding Oil City to just five points in the first half, Brookville notched its first win of the season in a 49-26 decision.

The Lady Raiders led the winless Oilers, 29-5, at halftime with Oil City holding a 21-20 edge in the second half.

Elizabeth Wonderling scored 16 points while her sister Eden turned in a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Alayna Haight scored 10 points.

Maddy Marczak led Oil City with eight points. Jenna Fischli had seven points and 11 rebounds.

PORT ALLEGANY 52, BRADFORD 29

BRADFORD, Pa. – Bree Garzel scored a game-high 22 points while grabbing seven rebounds and handing out six assists to lead Port Allegany to a 52-29 win at Bradford.

Gracie Archer had a fantastic day as well with a career-high 16 points while hitting four 3-pointer and was credited by head coach Jamie Evens for playing strong defense on Bradford star Hannah Lary.

Evin Stauffer added nine points, nine rebounds, and six assists.

Jade Evens chipped in 10 rebounds, three points, and two blocked shots.

Alanna Benson led Bradford with 13 points while hitting three 3-pointers, while Lary scored 12 points on four 3-pointers and scored her 1,000th career points (see the story on Lary scoring her 1,000th career point).

DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 52, SHEFFIELD 41

DUBOIS, Pa. – Faith Jacob led a trio of DuBois Central Catholic players in double digits with 16 points, as the Lady Cardinals beat visiting Sheffield, 52-41.

Kayley Riser added 14 points for DCC with Jessy Frank chipped in 13 points.

Annabell Sheldon paced Sheffield with 17 points with Emily Foster adding 14 points.

ST. MARYS 48, AUSTIN 6

AUSTIN, Pa. – Kyla Johnson and Samantha Hays each scored nine points to lead St. Marys to 48-6 win at Austin.

Isabelle Caskey and Isabelle Catalone each added seven points for the Lady Dutch.

Savannah Horton, Marah Fowler, and Sari Setzer each scored two points for Austin.

TYRONE 64, CLEARFIELD 19

HYDE, Pa. – Kayelin Gibbons scored a game-high 17 points to lead Tyrone to a 64-19 road win over Clearfield in Mountain League action.

Jaida Parker chipped in 13 points for the Lady Eagles with Stephanie Ramsey adding 11 points on three 3-pointers.

Lauryn Kitchen led Clearfield with six points with Riley Ryen adding five points.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

COUDERSPORT 56, JOHNSONBURG 48

COUDERSPORT, Pa. – Hayden Keck exploded for a game-high 29 points to lead Coudersport to a 56-48 win over visiting Johnsonburg.

Derek Easton added 13 points for the Falcons with Dalton Keglovits chipped in nine points and eight rebounds.

Cam Stelene led Johnsonburg with 17 points, Eric Christoff added 15 points and Gabe Watts 11 points.

SHEFFIELD 63, EISENHOWER 43

RUSSELL, Pa. – Connor Finch scored 11 of his game-high 19 points in the second half to lead Sheffield past Eisenhower, 63-43.

Leading by six at halftime, Eisenhower’s Kael Hunt scored eight-straight points to keep the Knights within striking distance, but a Tyler Hepinger 3-pointer sparked a Sheffield run that ultimately saw them take a 20-point lead.

Hepinger scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half. Tony Richards added 15 for the Wolverines.

Richards talked about the win

Hunt had 17 points for Eisenhower, while Kris Bunk added 10.

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