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Moniteau Girls Go Double OT for Win; ECC Snags Share of D9 League Title; Brookville Upsets NC in OT; Farrell Rolls

RURAL VALLEY, Pa. – Abbey Jewart’s late first overtime 3-pointer forced a second extra session, and the Moniteau senior then drained four free throws in the second extra session to help the Lady Warriors to a 58-56 double-overtime victory at West Shamokin.

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Jewart’s game-tying shot – it tied the score at 50 – came with just over five seconds left in the first overtime.

Moniteau (17-5), which won in overtime for the second straight game, led 33-29 going to the fourth quarter but saw West Shamokin (6-15) tie the game at 40 at the end of regulation.

Catherine Kelly, who had her second straight game of at least 30 points with a 30-point output, then scored four points in the first overtime leading to Jewart’s game-tying three.


Jewart added 10 points with Cheyenne Curl chipping in nine points and Allie Pry added eight points. Kelly also had five rebounds as did Sophia Fleeger while Emily Matz had six rebounds.

Lily Jordan paced West Shamokin with 20 points with Madi Keirn adding 14 points.


BRADFORD, Pa. – Lucy Klawuhn hit five 3-pointers and scored 15 points to help Elk County Catholic grab a share of the D9 League title with a 59-10 win at Bradford.

Emily Mourer added 10 points for the Lady Crusaders (20-2 overall, 8-2 D9 League), who will finish in at least a two-way tie with St. Marys for the league crown while it could be a three-way tie if Punxsutawney beats Bradford Friday.


Also for ECC, Sami Straub scored eight points and Mya Pistner chipped in seven points.

Haley Keane led Bradford (4-16, 1-8) with six points.


BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Eden Wonderling scored a career-high 32 points, including four in overtime, to lead Brookville to a 55-49 upset win over visiting North Clarion.

North Clarion (16-6) led by nine, 22-13, at halftime but watched as Wonderling and Brookville (10-11) outscored the She-Wolves 19-8 in the third quarter to take a 32-30 lead.

Wonderling scored 12 points in the third quarter.

But in the fourth quarter, Akeela Greenawalt and Ainsley Hartle each hit 3-pointers to help North Clarion get the game tied at 45 at the end of regulation.

But in overtime, Brookville took control outscoring the She-Wolves, 10-4.

Wonderling finished off a double-double with 14 points while adding six steals.

Also for Brookville, Samantha Whitling added nine points and Kerystn Davie chipped in eight points.


Lily Homan paced North Clarion with 14 points, Hartle added 11, and Brooke Steinman chipped in 10 points.


JAMESTOWN, Pa. – Damerra Thomas poured in 24 points to power Farrell to a 54-35 Region 1 win over Jamestown.

Thomas knocked down four 3-pointers in the win for the Steelers (7-12 overall, 5-8 Region 1).

Ja’niya Daniels and Amiah Mathis had 10 points apiece for Farrell.

Alayna Cadman poured in 22 points for Jamestown (5-14, 2-11).


RIMERSBURG, Pa. – Avery Coe and Haylie Gregory combined to score 31 points to lead Cranberry to a 46-38 win over Union/A-C Valley in KSAC action at Union.

Coe led the Berries (5-17 overall, 2-7 KSAC) with Gregory adding 13 points.

Maddy Dehart led Union/A-C Valley (2-20, 0-9) with 16 points and 12 rebounds, while Kya Wetzel added 11 points and four steals. Ava Strausser added eight rebounds to go with four points.


SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa. – Oswayo Valley secured its most wins in a season in 30 years with a 37-17 win over visiting Cowaesque Valley.

The Green Wave’s 15th victory of the season gave them their most victories since going 21-3 during the 1994 regular season winning the NTL crown that year.

Charlotte Austin-Keech led Oswayo Valley (15-7) with 14 points, four rebounds, and three steals, while Makenna Manning grabbed 10 rebounds, swiped five balls, and scored two points.



MORRISDALE, Pa. – Jenna Mertz scored 20 points to lead West Branch to a 47-22 home ICC North win over Curwensville.

Sarah Guglelmi added 15 points for the Warriors (14-8 overall, 7-3 ICC North).

Natalie Wischuck paced Curwensville (1-20, 0-10) with seven points with Briah Peoples adding six points.


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