WEST SUNBURY, Pa. – After spending three quarters struggling on offense, Moniteau exploded for 18 fourth-quarter points on its way to a 40-37 home win over rival Karns City.
The Lady Warriors trailed by seven 29-22, going to the fourth quarter but Catherine Kelly hit a pair of 3-pointers and scored 10 points in the quarter to lead the comeback.
Kelly finished with a game-high 20 points, while Abbey Jewart scored five of her eight points in the fourth quarter. Jewart also dished out four assists.
Kendall Sankey cleaned up the glass for Moniteau with 10 rebounds while handing out six assists.
Brooklyn Taylor scored 11 points for Karns City.
COUDERSPORT 29, NORTHERN POTTER 22
ULYSSES, Pa. – Emma Chambers hit three second-quarter 3-pointers and scored a team-high nine points to help Coudersport to a 29-22 road win over Northern Potter.
Bel Porterfield and Hallie Rigas each added six points for the Lady Falcons with Sierra Myers chipping in five.
Rebecca Martin had eight points and 10 rebounds for Northern Potter with Kayden Brown chipped in four points, eight rebounds, and six steals.
AUSTIN 38, GALETON 20
GALETON, Pa. – Ella Brewer scored 16 points to lead visiting Austin to a 39-20 win over Galeton.
Kadence McKeirnan added eight points and 11 rebounds for the Lady Panthers.
Olivia Rohrbaugh and Johanna Dickerson each scored six points for Galeton.
OTTO-ELDRED 47, CAMERON COUNTY 35
EMPORIUM, Pa. – Building a 29-13 halftime lead, visiting Otto-Eldred cruised to a 47-35 win over Cameron County.
Katie Sheeler hit six 3-pointers and scored all 24 of her points in the first three quarters. She added four steals.
Anna Merry added nine points for the Lady Terrors with Bri Heller grabbing eight rebounds to go with three points. Kate Rhinehart also grabbed six rebounds, while Addie Bell chipped in three points and four steals. Carrie Drummond contributed two points and four assists.
Aubree Lorenzo led Cameron County with 16 points.
ST. MARYS 62, BROOKVILLE 19
ST. MARYS, Pa. – Alexa Schneider scored 13 points and was one of four St. Marys players to reach double digits in a 62-19 home win over Brookville.
Oliva Eckels added 12 points for the Lady Dutch with Izzy Catalone and Jaysa Snelick each adding 10 points.
Eden Wonderling scored eight points for Brookville.
BROOKVILLE 55, ST. MARYS 43
BROOKVILLE, Pa. – A strong start and three players in double figures helped spark Brookville to a 55-43 D9 League win at home against St. Marys.
The Raiders led 17-5 to start the game, forcing seven first-quarter turnovers, and never trailed from there as they lead 28-20 at halftime and as many as 18 points at 43-25 late in the third quarter.
Clayton Cook, despite being held scoreless in the first quarter, finished with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Noah Peterson nailed two 3-pointers in the first quarter and scored eight of his 12 points in the opener eight minutes. Connor Marshall finished with 10 points with a 6-for-7 night at the foul line. Jack Pete had eight points and 10 rebounds.
St. Marys, playing in its D9 League opener, managed to just put Tanner Fox into double-figure scoring with 10 points. Quin Gavazzi scored nine points and Dan Schutz added eight points.
BROCKWAY 50, AUSTIN 42
AUSTIN, Pa. – A big third quarter helped Brockway secure its first win of the season with a 50-42 road victory over Austin.
The Rovers trailed 19-17 at the break but outscored the Panthers 19-9 in the third quarter behind a pair of 3-pointers from Brady Demonte and a triple by Aiden Wilcox.
Aiden Grienesen then scored seven of his team-high 13 points in the fourth quarter to close out the win.
Wilcox and Demonte each added eight points in the win with Alex Carlson chipping in seven.
Jacob Hoofftallen had a double-double for Austin with 15 points and 12 rebounds with Dawson Hooftallen adding 10 points. Jacob also chipped in four steals.
CLEARFIELD 64, WEST BRANCH 59
HYDE, Pa. – Cole Miller exploded for 32 points, 16 rebounds, and six assists to lead Clearfield to a 64-59 win over visiting West Branch.
Morgen Billotte chipped in 15 points, six rebounds, and six assists for the Bison with Braylon Way scoring 11 points.