DUKE CENTER, Pa. – In a matchup of two of the top teams in the NTL, Otto-Eldred took home a 55-33 win over visiting Coudersport.
Katie Sheeler had a huge game for the Lady Terrors with 28 points and six steals with Anna Merry adding 14 points, Brooke CLose six points and four rebounds, and Bri Heller three points and six rebounds.
Sierra Myers led Coudersport with 13 points with Emma Chambers adding 12 tallies.
OSWAYO VALLEY 32, CAMERON COUNTY 28
SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa. – Laykn Enty and Makenna Manning combined to score 25 points to lift Oswayo Valley to a 32-28 NTL win over visiting Cameron County.
Enty led the Green Wave with 14 points with Manning adding 11.
Ava Hilfiger and Elyse Umble had six points each for Cameron County. Hilfiger added five rebounds.
PORT ALLEGANY 49, AUSTIN 29
PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. – Ella Moses had 14 points, 10 steals, seven rebounds, and six assists to lead Port Allegany to a 49-29 win over visiting Austin in NTL action.
Evin Stauffer for the Lady Gators with Brynn Evens chipping in eight points, eight rebounds, and two blocks, and Kayleigha Dowell contributing seven points.
Ella Brewer paced Austin with 10 points and six rebounds with Isabella Rees chipping in three points, eight rebounds, seven blocks, four steals, and four assists.
NORTHERN POTTER 44, GALETON 16
ULYSSES, Pa. – Haylee Chapman had 14 points and five steals to help Northern Potter to a 44-16 home NTL victory over Galeton.
Rebecca Martin added eight points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Panthers who also got seven points and 13 rebounds from Molly Cady. Kayden Brown also grabbed 10 boards while scoring five points, and Reagan Slawson handed out four assists.
Lynlee Basile scored 10 points for Galeton.
CLEARFIELD 58, PHILIPSBURG-OSCEOLA 25
PHILIPSBURG, Pa. – A 21-point night from Hannah Glunt helped Clearfield to a 58-25 road Mountain League victory over Philipsburg-Osceola.
Cayleigh Walker added 16 points for the Lady Bison who also got eight tallies apiece from Mia Helsel and Riley Ryen.
Khendyl Shaffer led Philipsburg-Osceola with 10 points.
KEYSTONE 48, A-C VALLEY 24
FOXBURG, Pa. – Visiting Keystone got 14 points from Natalie Bowser on its way to a 48-24 win over A-C Valley.
Emma Gruber added eight points for the Lady Panthers with Ava Patrick scoring seven.
Mackenzie Parks had 12 points for A-C Valley with Maddy Dehart grabbing 11 rebounds while scoring four points. Keira McVay chipped in four points, five rebounds, and three assists.
FOREST AREA 48, TIDIOUTE CHARTER 28
TIONESTA, Pa. – Kaylie Rooke netted 14 points, 10 blocked shots, seven rebounds, and five steals to help Forest Area to a 48-28 win over Tidioute Charter at West Forest.
Tori Brown added nine points for the Fires with Annalise Tirado chipping in six tallies and Amber Guzzi five points and five steals.
Brooksten Fors led Tidioute Charter with 10 points with Lixis Drunkenbrod adding nine points.
NORTH CLARION 54, BROOKVILLE 34
FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. – Lily Homan and Ainsley Hartle each scored 12 points to lift North Clarion to a 54-34 home win over Brookville.
Emma McFarland added 11 points, Madison McFarland eight points, and Laren Lutz seven points for the She-Wolves.
Reagan Olson paced Brookville with 13 points with Hannah Lundgren scoring eight points.
KARNS CITY 49, SLIPPERY ROCK 10
KARNS CITY, Pa. – Chloe Fritch netted 17 points to help Karns City topple visiting Slippery Rock, 49-10.
Brooklyn Taylor added 12 points for the Lady Gremlins with Savanna Prescott chipping in with eight points.
Madison Romanovich had four points for Slippery Rock.
GLENDALE 54, DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 51, OVERTIME
DUBOIS, Pa. – Glendale outscored homestanding DuBois Central Catholic 5-2 in overtime to claim a 54-51 road victory.
The game was tied at 49 at the end of regulation and at 51 with under a minute to go in overtime when Minyhah Easterling hit one of two charity shots with 25.5 seconds to play to give Glendale the lead.
Alyssa Sinclair then came up with a steal and a breakaway layup with 10.7 seconds left to make it a 3-point game.
DCC thought it was going to have a chance to tie the game when Kayley Risser was fouled shooting what looked like a 3-pointer. But the official who made the foul call consulted with the official at center court and determined it was a 2-point shot. Risser missed both free throws, and the rebound was loose when the official blew the whistle inadvertently, and Glendale was awarded the ball out of bounds.
Easterling had a game-high 29 points for Glendale with Sinclair adding 11 points.
Kayley Risser scored 21 for DCC with Lexi Berta adding nine points in three 3-pointers.
WEST SHAMOKIN 47, CLARION-LIMESTONE 34
RURAL VALLEY, Pa. – Melissa Spohn had 14 points to help West Shamokin to a 47-34 win over visiting Clarion-Liemstone.
Bailey Conrad added 13 points for the Wolves with Lily Jordan scoring 12.
Alyssa Wiant led C-L with a game-high 17 points with KK Sebastian-Sims scoring eight.