SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – In a game won by Saegertown, 59-49, it was Jamestown’s Cam Keyser that put himself in the record books, becoming the school’s all-time leading scorer.
Keyser broke the previous mark of 1,351 set by Mark Shannon in 1980. Keyser now stands at 1,370 career points after his 29 against the Panthers.
Keyser scored 16 of his points in the second half, including 10 in the fourth quarter.
Saegertown outscored Jamestown 39-24 in the second half en route to the win.
It was a balanced scoring effort for Saegertown in the win, as Sully Zirkle led the way with 15 points, while Brady Greco added 14, Henry Shaffer 11, and Collin Jones nine.
SHENANGO 70, WILMINGTON 32
NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Brody McCquiston scored 27 points as Shenango earned a 70-32 win over Wilmington.
Shenango, which led 41-23 at halftime, allowed just nine second-half points in the win.
Jimmy Roe added 12 points for Shenango.
Anthony Reed led Wilmington with 18 points.