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Moses Double-Double Helps Port Allegany Girls Top Kane; Chambers, Austin-Keech Have Career-Highs; Moniteau Pulls Away from Keystone

Ella Moses had a double-double in Port Allegany's win over Kane Thursday. Photo by Patrick Crants

PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. – Ella Moses had a big game with 15 points, 12 rebounds, and four steals to help Port Allegany knock off visiting Kane, 43-36.


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Evin Stauffer and Leigha Nelson each added eight points for the Lady Gators with Stauffer also contributing seven rebounds and three assists, while Brynn Evens had six points, 10 rebounds, and two blocked shots.

Mia Anderson paced Kane with 10 points, Maya Smith added eight points, and Cora Jekielek had seven points.



WEST SUNBURY, Pa. – With the game tied at 25 going to the fourth quarter, Sophie Fleeger hit a big fourth-quarter 3-pointers and scored all six of her points in the frame to help Moniteau knock off visiting Keystone, 39-31.

Davina Pry also added five of her six points, all five came from the free-throw line on 5 of 7 shooting, in the final eight minutes, while Catherine Kelly scored four of her game-high 19 points in the final quarter.

Pry also added nine rebounds with Kelly chipping in five steals. Kendall Sankey also grabbed eight rebounds for the Lady Warriors.

Jillian Winters paced Keystone with 13 points, Natalie Bowser added eight points, and Emma Gruber had seven.


RIMERSBURG, Pa. – Gia Babington scored eight of her 14 points in the fourth quarter to help Clarion pull away from homestanding UNion, 43-31, in KSAC Small School action.

The Lady Cats led 28-25 at the end of the third quarter before outscoring Union 15-6 in the final eight minutes.

Gia Babington was a big reason why hitting two of her three 3-pointers in the quarter while her younger sister, Sophie, also knocked down a 3-pointer in the fourth quarter while scoring five of her seven points in the frame.

Clarion also welcomed Taylor Alson back in the fold after the junior missed two games with an ankle injury, and she responded with nine points, and Marley Kline added 11 tallies.

Cheyenne Dowling had a game-high 16 points for Union.


SMETHPORT, Pa. – Behind a career-high 14 points from Charlotte Austin-Keech, Oswayo Valley toppled homestanding Smethport, 42-31, in NTL action.


Austin-Keech reached double digits for just the second time in her career but for the second time in four games (she had 10 points vs. Austin on Jan. 20) by scoring eight fourth-quarter points. She went 6 of 6 from the free-throw line in the frame.

Eva West added nine points for the Green Wave who also got seven apiece from Makenna Manning and Brooke Groege.

Elizabeth Hungiville paced Smethport with 16 points and nine rebounds with Abby Lutz adding 10 points and Jaidyn Goodman three points, five rebounds, and four assists.


PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Strong all-around games from Chloe Presloid and Danielle Griebel helped Punxsutawney topple visiting DuBois, 55-33, in D9 League action.

Presloid had a game-high 18 points to go with three steals, three assists, and two rebounds, while Danielle Griebel added 15 points, seven assists, four steals, and a rebound.

Avary Powell added eight points and eight rebounds in the win for the Lady Chucks.

Madison Rusnica paced DuBois with 17 points.


The game was decided in the second quarter when Punxsutawney outscored DuBois 8-1 to take a 21-8 halftime lead.


COUDERSPORT, Pa. – Emma Chambers scored a career-best 20 points to help Coudersport knock off visiting Northern Potter, 45-25, in NTL play/

Sierra Myers added 12 points and seven rebounds with Olivia Fink chipping in nine points and nine rebounds.

Reagan Slawson led Northern Potter with eight points with Molly Caddy adding six points and four rebounds. Kayden Brown had five points, five rebounds, and three steals.

Coudersport held Northern Potter leading scorer Rebecca Martin to three points. Martin did grab seven rebounds.


BRADFORD, Pa .- Thanks to 13 points apiece from Syd Alexander and Lucy Klawuhn, it was a successful trip north for Elk County Catholic thanks to a 49-13 win over Bradford.

Tori Newton added eight points for the Lady Crusaders.

Kalie Dixon paced Bradford with 10 points.


FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. – Jumping out to a 26-7 lead at the end of the first quarter, North Clarion rolled to a 63-13 win over visiting Forest Area.

Emma McFarland scored all eight of her points before the end of the opening quarter with Lauren Lutz adding six of her eight in the quarter and Marua Bauer, playing for the first time since Dec. 28 after missing seven games with an injury, scored six of her seven points in the frame.

Eight points were the high-water mark for any She-Wolve, as 13 different North Clarion players scored.

Joining Emma McFarland and Lutz with eight points were Lily Homan and Kyler Freeman.

Kaylie Rooke scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds for Forest Area with Amber Guzzi adding three points and five boards.


DUKE CENTER, Pa. – A 24-point, 10-steal double-double from Katie Sheeler helped Otto-Eldred to a 67-24 home NTL win over Cameron County.

Sheeler also added four rebounds and three assists in the win.

Brooke Close chipped in with 12 points, four assists, three rebounds, and two steals for the Lady Terrors who also got seven points, six rebounds, and two assists from Bri Heller, seven points from Carrie Drummond, and three points, five assists, and six steals from Anna Merry.

In her first game back since Jan. 10, Delaney Rowan led Cameron County with nine points, while Aaralynn Robinson had three points and 11 rebounds.


NEW BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Alivia Huffman, Mylee Harmon, and Caylen Rearick each reached double digits to help Redbank Valley to a 62-29 home KSAC Large School win over Clarion-Limestone.

Huffman led the Lady Bulldogs with 21 points, Harmon scored 17, and Rearick added 13.

Lexi Coull netted seven points for pace C-L.


AUSTIN, Pa. – Behind 13 points, eight rebounds, and four steals from Ella Brewer, Austin defended its home court with a 39-16 win over Galeton in NTL action.

Savannah Horton added eight points for the Lady Panthers with Isabella Rees chipping in four points, seven rebounds, and four steals.

Joanna Dickerson paced Galeton with eight points.


KARNS CITY, Pa. – Building a 27-3 lead at the end of one quarter of play, Karns City rolled past visiting Cranberry, 49-17.

Emma Dailey scored nine of her game-high 13 points in the opening quarter and completed a double-double by adding 11 rebounds. Dailey also had seven steals.

Brooklyn Taylor chipped in 12 points for the Lady Gremlins, who played their second straight game without second-leading scorer Chloe Fritch, and Savanna Prescott added eight points.

Kendall Findlay had six points for Cranberry, which trailed 40-7 at halftime.


HYDE, Pa. – Kayelin Gibbons scored 20 points to help visiting Tyrone beat Clearfield, 51-39.

Amariah Sprankle added 12 points for the Golden Eagles.

Cayleigh Walker paced Clearfield with 11 points with Hannah Glunt and Mia Helsel each adding 10 points.


CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Scoring at least 25 points in each of the first three quarters, visiting Bellwood-Antis rolled past Curwensville, 92-32, in ICC North action.

The Blue Devils led 26-7 at the end of the first quarter, 55-15 at halftime, and 80-22 at the end of the third.

Twelve different Bellwood-Antis players scored led by 16 points from Lydia Worthing. Leigha Clapper and Jenna Norton each added 15 points.

Karleigh Fryer led Curwensville with 13 points with Skylar Pentz adding eight points.

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