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Jan. 8, 2022 D10 Boys/Girls Hoops: Fairview, Youngsville Girls Earn Victories; Franklin Boys Win Non-Region Showdown With Erie

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Fairview turned in another dominant defensive effort in a 50-22 non-region win over Corry.

Hope Garrity led the way with 20 points for the Tigers, Ella Garrity 12, Sara Gennuso seven, and Caroline Zentis six. The Tigers yielded just eight second-half points.

Lexy Hasbrouck led Corry with six points.

YOUNGSVILLE 40, TITUSVILLE 18

   

TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Kenzie Olewine and Mia Rafalski combined for 30 points as Youngsville earned a 40-18 non-region win over Titusville.

The Eagles built a 24-5 halftime lead en route to the victory.

Olewine scored 10 of her 17 points in the first half, while Rafalski had 13 points and Olivia Darling finished with six points.

Briana Wynn led Titusville with seven points.

FRANKLIN 42, SAEGERTOWN 38

FRANKLIN, Pa. – Franklin outscored Saegertown 19-12 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 42-38 win over Saegertown.

Lauren Billingsley led the way for Franklin with 13 points, while Estella Adams netted 13 to go with five rebounds.

Camdon Bashor had eight rebounds and three blocks for the Lady Knights.

Mollie Przybrowski had 12 points and Maggie Triola 10 for Saegertown.

ERIE 53, MOHAWK 33

NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Erie outscored Mohawk 13-0 in the second quarter en route to a 53-33 victory.

The Royals, who were coming off a long layoff, got 15 points from Torreuna Roberts in the win, while Amara Mims and Arianna Mitchell tallied seven each.

Nadia Lape had 14 points for Mohawk.

MERCYHURST PREP 71, CONNEAUT (OHIO) 13

ERIE, Pa. – Olivia Kulyk led four Mercyhurst Prep players in double figures with 19 points as the Lakers earned a 71-13 Region 3 win over Conneaut (Ohio).

Joce Ollinger, Anna Ferrick, and Anna Tranum netted 12 points apiece in the win.

BOYS

FRANKLIN 53, ERIE 42

SHARON, Pa. – Easton Fulmer and Damon Curry combined for 35 points as Franklin earned a 53-42 non-region showdown win over Erie High.

The Knights went on a 22-11 run in the second quarter to take a 32-23 halftime advantage. During the second-quarter surge Curry scored 12 of his 17 points.

Fulmer, who finished with 18 points, went 8-of-8 from the free-throw line, including 4-of-4 in the fourth quarter. Scott Walters added seven points and Luke Guth six for the Knights.

Erie had eight players make their way into the scoring column, led by Shaquon Horton’s eight points. Julez Carruthers added seven points for the Royals and Denzel Driver and Andreas McCullum six each.

CORRY 50, SENECA 49

CORRY, Pa. – Logan Joncas poured in 22 points as Corry outlasted Seneca, 50-49.

The Beavers built a 13-point first-quarter lead and survived a late Seneca rally. Nick Brundage added 13 points for the Beavers.

Jacob Young netted a team-high 21 points for Seneca, while Bobby Yost added 10.

HICKORY 63, ERIE FIRST CHRISTIAN 21

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Hickory turned in a dominant defensive performance in a 63-21 win over Erie First Christian.

Tyson Djakovich led three Hornets in double figures with 16 points, while Joey Fazzone had 14 and Jackson Pryts 11.

Sam Gonzalez had eight points and Evan Montefiori seven for EFC.

NESHANNOCK 55, SHARON 37

SHARON, Pa. – Jack Giles scored 13 points and Mike Sopko 12 as Neshannock earned a 55-37 win over Sharon.

Neshannock led 27-16 at halftime.

Lamont Austin had seven points and Mister Ham six for Sharon.

KENNEDY CATHOLIC 62, CHANEY (OHIO) 55

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Elijah Harden scored 23 points as Kennedy Catholic earned its second win in as many nights, 62-55 over Chaney (Ohio).

The Golden Eagles outscored Chaney by nine in the fourth quarter en route to the win.

Malik Lampkins-Rudolph finished with 17 points and Gio Magestro 15 for KC.

Jashaun Holcomb had 14 points to pace Chaney.

JAMESTOWN 65, CRAWFORD CHRISTIAN 53

JAMESTOWN, Pa. – Peyton McElhinney and Cam Keyser combined for 43 points as Jamestown earned a 65-53 win over Crawford Christian.

McElhinney scored 23 points and Keyser 20 in the win.

Stuart Hochstetter had 18 points for Crawford Christian.

 

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