WARREN, Pa. – Ben Berdine scored a career-high 34 points and Warren knocked down a sizzling 18 3s in an 80-61 win over Corry.
Berdine and Parks Ordiway each knocked down six 3s, with Berdine knocking down four in the third quarter alone.
That third quarter saw the Dragons extend an eight-point halftime lead into a 67-46 advantage.
Berdine (10 rebounds), was one of two Warren players with a double-double, as freshman point guard Tommy Nyquist scored 11 points and dished out 11 assists.
Ordiway scored 12 of his 18 points in the first half, while Payton Barnes added eight points and 10 rebounds.
Nick Brundage scored 22 points for Corry, including 10-of-10 from the free-throw line, while Logan Joncas hit six tripled on his way to a 20-point effort.
UNION CITY 47, IROQUOIS 42
LAWRENCE PARK, Pa. – Union City outscored Iroquois 15-7 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 47-42 victory.
Matthew Bennett scored seven of his game-high 20 points over the final eight minutes for the Bears, while Cole DeSimone knocked down a pair of 3’s in the fourth, part of a 13-point performance.
Wyatt Post added eight points for the Bears.
Ben Burkhardt scored 17 points to lead Iroquois, eight of which came in the first quarter.
SHARPSVILLE 62, GREENVILLE 50
SHARPSVILLE, Pa. – Jackson Doyle scored 19 points as Sharpsville beat Greenville, 62-50.
The Blue Devils outscored the Trojans by 10 in the second quarter on their way to the win.
Doyle also knocked down four 3’s.
Ryan Ladjevich added 14 points and James Thomas 13 for Sharpsville.
Jalen Ritzert scored a team-high 18 points for Greenville, while Jonah Lentz added 10 and Ben Cano nine.
NORTH EAST 56, CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 43
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Garrett Hein poured in 24 points as North East topped Cambridge Springs, 56-43.
North East jumped out to a 9-point first-quarter lead en route to the win.
The ‘Pickers knocked down 10 three’s in the contest.
Jayden Shinsky and Nathan Held had 12 points each for Cambridge Springs, while Trent Wheeler chipped in with 11.
SLIPPERY ROCK 70, ROCKY GROVE 57
FRANKLIN, Pa. – Ethan Plesakov and John Sabo combined for 41 points as Slippery Rock topped Rocky Grove, 70-57.
Plesakov netted 21 and Sabo 20, as the Rockets outscored the Orioles 42-28 in the second half.
Caden Toscano and Isaac Clayton had 19 points apiece for Rocky Grove, with Clayton knocking down four 3’s.
JAMESTOWN 58, REYNOLDS 49
JAMESTOWN, Pa. – Peyton McElhinny led four Jamestown players in double figures with 18 points as the Muskies beat Reynolds, 58-49.
Cameron Keyser netted 11 points for the winners, while Dan Parks and Josh Hill added 10 each.
Riley Walker had 13 points to pace Reynolds.
FARRELL 49, LAKEVIEW 46
FARRELL, Pa. – Farrell outscored Lakeview by nine in the second half on its way to a 49-46 victory.
Trian Holden scored 16 points for the Steelers, while Lamont Samuels added 11 and Jaimen Holden 10.
FORT LEBOEUF 62, CONNEAUT (Pa.) 28
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Marquis Richmond led four Fort LeBoeuf players in double figures with 15 points as the Bison toppled Conneaut, 62-28.
The Bison led 35-13 at halftime.
Nick Dooley added 13 points, while Max Endres tallied 11 and Derek Black 10.
Msson Kroniser paced Conneaut with 14 points.
ERIE 62, MEADVILLE 51
ERIE, Pa. – Stephen Scheppner scored 16 points as Erie topped Meadville, 62-51.
Marcell Banks added 12 points and Marquell Darnell 10 for the Royals, who outscored the Bulldogs by 13 in the first quarter.
Charlie Waid had a game-high 15 points for Meadville, while Matt Panchura added 10.
GROVE CITY 42, SHARPSVILLE 13
GROVE CITY, Pa. – Clara Hannon scored 15 points as Grove City beat Sharpsville, 42-13.
Becca Santom netted 12 points for the Eagles, while Hanna Reiber added nine.
Santom added four assists and four steals, while Reiber also had four assists.
WEST MIDDLESEX 60, REYNOLDS 36
WEST MIDDLESEX 48, MERCER 35
WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – West Middlesex swept a doubleheader from Reynolds and Mercer.
In the win over Reynolds, Emily Anthony led the way with 19 points, while Carlie Beatty netted 16.
Halle Murcko led Reynolds with 10 points.
Anthony had 16 points in the win over Mercer and Taylor Tomko 12.
Julia Balaski paced Mercer with 10 points.
COCHRANTON 45, YOUNGSVILLE 22
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Cochranton used a balanced scoring attack and stifling first-half defense to come away with a 45-22 win. The Cardinals built a 25-6 halftime lead with more than half of those points coming from 3-pointers.
Chelsey Freyermuth hit a pair, while Carley Richter, Shelby McBryar and Lexie Moore added one each. Moore connected on two more in the second half on her way to a team-high 11 points. Freyermuth and Jaylin McGill each finished with 10 points and McGill added seven rebounds.
Kenzie Olewine scored nine of her team-high 11 points in the second half for the Eagles.
COCHRANTON 61, EISENHOWER 40
RUSSELL, Pa. – Playing in its second game of the evening didn’t slow Cochranton’s offense as the Lady Cardinals buried 14 3-pointers in a 61-40 win at Eisenhower Tuesday.
Cochranton, fresh off a 45-22 win at Youngsville, started the 3-point barrage early against the Lady Knights. Lexie Moore hit three from behind the arc and Carley Richter and Ella Gallo added one each.
Moore finished with a game-high 20 points, including 15 from 3-pointers. Richter added 12 points, all from the long ball, while McGill chipped in eight points and Gallo, McBryar and Abby Knapka with six each.
Marino had a team-high 18 points and Chase 14 for the Knights.
GIRARD 56, UNION CITY 44
UNION CITY, Pa. – Kayla Sharman poured in 25 points as Girard powered past Union City, 56-44.
The Yellow Jackets went on a 23-1 run in the second quarter en route to the win.
Abby Sherman added eight points for Girard.
Eliza Reynolds connected for 19 points for Union City, while Cyaira Zielinski added eight.
LAKEVIEW 47, FRANKLIN 27
STONEBORO, Pa. – Reese Gadsby and Amber Sefton scored 11 points each as Lakeview topped Franklin, 47-27.
Camdon Bashor and Lauren Billingsley had eight points apiece for Franklin.
VILLA MARIA 61, GENERAL MCLANE 18
ERIE, Pa.- Villa Maria wrapped up an unbeaten regular season with a 61-18 win over General McLane.
Rachel Majewski led a balanced Villa effort with 13 points, while Daniela Shaughnessy netted 12.
A total of 10 different Villa players made their way into the scoring column.
SAEGERTOWN 48, YOUNGSVILLE 21
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Mollie Przybowski hit five 3-pointers, including four in the second half, on her way to a game-high 17 points to lead Saegertown to a 48-21 win over Youngsville.
The Eagles had four first-half 3-pointers, three from Olewine and a fourth from Kamryn Weissinger, to keep the game within single digits at the half, 22-14. But Przybowski took over in the second half where she scored 14 of her 17 points.
Ava Jones had nine points and Averie Braymer eight in the victory.
Olewine led Youngsville with nine points.