GROVE CITY, Pa. – Slippery Rock outscored Grove City 8-2 in the fourth quarter to earn a 26-19 Region 5 victory.
Gianna Bedel and Bronwyn McCoy scored eight points each for Slippery Rock in the defensive slugfest, with both knocking down a pair of key free throws in the fourth quarter to preserve the lead.
Ella McDermott added six points for Slippery Rock.
Grove City led 11-10 at halftime and got six points each from Piper Como and Emma Santom, while Hannah Rieber added five.
Santom pulled down 11 rebounds and Como added four steals.
GREENVILLE 50, LAKEVIEW 41, overtime
STONEBORO, Pa. – Grace Cano scored 24 points as Greenville outlasted Lakeview, 50-41 in overtime in their Region 3 battle.
Lakeview’s Reese Gadsby made a layup to give the Sailors a 38-36 lead with 12 seconds remaining in regulation, but Cano came back down the floor and tied the game with three seconds to go.
Josie Lewis also had a big game for Greenville with 13 points. Cano scored 16 of her 24 points in the second half and overtime, while Lewis was 10-of-11 from the free-throw line, including 6-of-6 in overtime.
Gadsby had a big game for Lakeview, scoring a team-high 19 points. Kelsey Seddon added seven points and Delaney Kepner six for Lakeview.
WEST MIDDLESEX 66, FARRELL 43
WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – Carlie Beatty had a monster double-double with 20 points and 20 rebounds as West Middlesex earned a 66-43 Region 1 win over Farrell.
Emily Anthony had 19 points and dished out eight assists for the Big Reds, while Emma Mild had 13 points and Caitlin Stephens 10 rebounds.
WARREN 51, GENERAL MCLANE 23
EDINBORO, Pa. – Emma Ruhlman had 15 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead a balanced Warren effort in a 51-23 Region 6 win over General McLane.
Sammie Ruhlman also had a big game for Warren with 13 points (9 in the first half), while Riley Childress scored 11 of her 13 points in the second half.
Halle Kuzminski pulled down eight rebounds for Warren, which led 22-12 at halftime.
Libby Opp had 13 points to pace GM.
FAIRVIEW 58, NORTHWESTERN 17
ALBION, Pa. – Hope Garrity scored 25 points as Fairview powered past Northwestern, 58-17 in Region 3 action.
The Lady Tigers, who led 34-2 at halftime, improved to 8-0 with the win.
Garrity scored 18 of her points in the first half, while Caroline Zentis added nine, Ella Garrity seven, and Sara Gennuso six.
Taylor Stagl had eight points for Northwestern.
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 72, EISENHOWER 9
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Maddie Yanc scored 28 points (22 in the first half) as Cambridge Springs toppled Eisenhower, 72-9 in Region 2 action.
Hailee Rodgers netted 17 points for Cambridge Springs, which led 60-5 at halftime, while Mackenzie Yanc added eight.
Lilly Smyth had five points for Eisenhower.
COCHRANTON 60, YOUNGSVILLE 21
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Carly Richter scored 22 points, including six made three’s in Cochranton’s 60-21 win over Youngsville.
Ella Gallo netted 12 points for the Cardinals, who led 33-12 at halftime, while Jaylin McGill added 10.
Olivia Darling had eight points and Mia Rafalski six for Youngsville.
SHARPSVILLE 56, SHARON 18
SHARPSVILLE, Pa. – Chasie Fry scored 18 points as Sharpsville powered past Sharon, 56-18.
Tori Kimpan added 11 points for the Blue Devils, who led 32-10 at halftime. Breanna Hanley had nine points and nine boards for Sharpsville and Ady Kratko eight assists.
Tay Chester led Sharon with six points.
FRANKLIN 46, CONNEAUT (Pa.) 37
FRANKLIN, Pa. – Kirsten Hicks scored 13 points and Camdon Bashor 12 as Franklin earned a hard-fought 46-37 win over Conneaut.
Bashor also pulled down 12 rebounds in the win, while Lauren Billingsley and Estella Adams had nine points each. Franklin led 22-14 at halftime and also got five steals from Gabby LaJuenesse.
Rylee Jones led Conneaut with nine points, five steals, and three assists, while Hannah Brady had eight points, four rebounds two assists, and two blocks, and Jocelyn Denihan five blocks and four rebounds.
KENNEDY CATHOLIC 68, ROCKY GROVE 8
SUGARCREEK BOROUGH, Pa. – Monique Vincent led four Kennedy Catholic players in double figures with 15 points in a 68-8 Region 1 win over Rocky Grove.
Hayden Keith added 14 points for the Golden Eagles, while Layke Fields had 13 and Bellah DiNardo 11.
DiNardo is just four points shy of 1,000 for her career. KC outscored the Orioles 31-0 in the second quarter.
Abby Williams had three points for Rocky Grove.
MAPLEWOOD 54, UNION CITY 33
UNION CITY, Pa. – Sadie Thomas led three Maplewood players in double figures with 16 points in a 54-33 Region 2 win over Union City.
The Tigers built a 13-point first-quarter lead en route to the win.
Bailey Varndell netted 14 points and Izzy Eimer 10 for the Tigers.
Lucy Higley led Union City with seven points.
VILLA MARIA 69, HARBOR CREEK 27
HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Carissa Dunham scored 23 points as Villa rolled to a 69-27 Region 6 win over Harbor Creek.
Jayden McBride was also in double figures for Villa with 18 points. The Victors led 45-12 at halftime.
Samantha Zank had nine points to pace Harbor Creek.
MERCYHURST PREP 76, IROQUOIS 8
ERIE, Pa. – Olivia Kulyk led four Mercyhurst Prep players in double figures with 17 points in a 76-8 win over Iroquois.
Joce Ollinger had 13 points for the Lakers, while Lexi DiFuccia added 11 and Anna Tranum 10. The Lakers led 44-4 at halftime.
Alena Krysiak and Danielle McKee had three points each for Iroquois.
WILMINGTON 62, TITUSVILLE 17
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Freshman Lia Krarup scored 14 points, as did Maelee Whiting in Wilmington’s 62-17 win over Titusville.
Annalee Gardner had 10 points for Wilmington, which led 39-8 at halftime.
Bri Wynn had eight points and Izzy Sutley five for Titusville.
FORT LEBOEUF 65, CONNEAUT (OHIO) 40
CONNEAUT, OHIO – Alee Young poured in 22 points as Fort LeBoeuf earned a 65-40 win over Conneaut.
Jillian Soder also had a strong game for the Bison with 17 points, while Kelsie Skinner netted 13.
GENERAL MCLANE 81, COCHRANTON 43
COCHRANTON, Pa. – Danny Bruce had a monster game with 30 points as General McLane powered past Cochranton in non-region action, 81-43.
The Lancers knocked down nine threes in the game, with Bruce hitting four.
Brad Weber had 14 points for GM and Logan Anderson 13. The Lancers used a 27-12 run in the third quarter to pull away.
Kyle Hoffman scored a team-high 15 points for Cochranton, while Chase Miller had 12 and Wyatt Barzak 10.
NORTH EAST 72, FORT LEBOEUF 45
WATERFORD, Pa. – Noah Crozier led four North East players in double figures with 22 points as the Pickers earned a 72-45 non-region win over Fort LeBoeuf.
Ryan Mayes had 19 points for North East, while David Gibson had 12 and Owen Kemp 11.
Dom Gentile had 13 points for Fort LeBoeuf and Carson Papay 11.