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Warren Boys Top Bradford For Second Time; Slippery Rock Boys Get Big Win Over Ellwood City Jan. 9, 2023

Warren's Braylon Barnes.

BRADFORD, Pa. – Owen Becker and Braylon Barnes combined for 45 points as Warren beat Bradford for the second time this season, 70-50.

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“Our energy was great on offense, which pushed us,” Barnes said. “Our defense wasn’t great. But mental mistakes are going to happen when you haven’t played in a while (the Dragons’ last game was Dec. 30).”

           

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Bradford actually led early, 11-6, but Warren scored 17 points over the final four-plus minutes of the first quarter, including eight from Barnes to take a 23-16 lead.

They never looked back, extending the lead to 17 at halftime, 41-24.

Becker finished with 23 points and Barnes 22, while Tommy Nyquist scored 12 of his 14 points in the first half.

“As a group, we play well together,” Barnes said. “Tommy is a great point guard.”

Jake Franz led the way for Bradford with 22 points, including 9-of-10 from the free throw line, while Chase Wineberg added nine points.

SLIPPERY ROCK 64, ELLWOOD CITY/LINCOLN 22

ELLWOOD CITY, Pa. – Slippery Rock built a 35-8 halftime lead on its way to an impressive 64-22 win over Ellwood City of the WPIAL.

Ellwood City was playing without senior standout Joesph Roth, who missed the game due to an ankle sprain.

Josh Book powered Slippery Rock to the win with 19 points, while Dylan Gordon added 10.

John Sabo and Levi Prementine chipped in eight and seven points respectively for the Rockets.

               

LAKEVIEW 73, VENANGO CATHOLIC 31

OIL CITY, Pa. – Cody Fagley and Owen Dye combined to score 30 points to help visiting Lakeview to a 73-31 win over Venango Catholic.

Fagley netted a team-best 16 points with Dye chipping in 14.

Also for the Sailors, Cam Pence and Evan Reiser each had nine points.

James Herny led Venango Catholic with 14 points with Owen Campbell adding nine tallies.

GIRLS

SAEGERTOWN 44, UNION CITY 41

UNION CITY, Pa. – Lindsey Greco scored 12 of her 19 points in the second half as Saegertown earned a 44-41 win over Union City.

   

Hailee Gregor had 15 points in the win for Saegertown.

Brooke VanTassel had 17 points for Union City and Cathryn Reynolds had nine.

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 66, YOUNGSVILLE 23

YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Hailee Rodgers led a balanced effort with 15 points as Cambridge Springs earned a 66-23 Region 2 win over Youngsville.

Makenzie Yanc had 14 points and 10 assists for Cambridge Springs, while Finley Rauscher added 11 points and Jordyn Wheeler 10 points.

Sydney Zillhaver also had 14 rebounds for the Blue Devils.

Riley Robinault had eight points and Olivia Darling seven for Youngsville.

CONNEAUT 46, COCHRANTON 39

COCHRANTON, Pa. – Conneaut outscored Cochranton 16-7 in the fourth quarter en route to a 46-39 victory.

Carly Perrye scored 10 of her points in the fourth quarter for CASH, while Hannah Brady had six of her 14 in the fourth as well.

Brady also had eight rebounds, four assists, and four steals, while Lainie Harrington had eight points, six rebounds, and a pair of assists.

Ella Gallo had 13 points for Cochranton and Eve Pfeiffer nine.

FAIRVIEW 59, FORT LEBOEUF 23

WATERFORD, Pa. – Fairview went on a 22-4 run in the first quarter and never looked back in a 59-23 Region 4 win over Fort LeBoeuf.

Bre Heidt led a balanced effort with 15 points for Fairview, while Sara Gennuso and Addy Greene added seven points each.

Kendra Tobin had 11 points for Fort LeBoeuf.

WILMINGTON 54, GROVE CITY 40

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Lia Krarup scored 19 points as Wilmington earned a 54-40 Region 4 win over Grove City.

Wilmington led 29-19 at halftime en route to the win.

Reese Bruckner was also in double figures for Wilmington with 12 points.

Piper Como led Grove City with 12 points, while Delaney Callahan added eight.

KENNEDY CATHOLIC 67, LAKEVIEW 34

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Layke Fields scored 22 points and had 13 rebounds as Kennedy Catholic earned a 67-34 win over Lakeview.

Monique Vincent and Bella Magestro added 13 points each in the win for Kennedy Catholic.

Emma Marsteller scored 12 of her 19 points in the second half to pace Lakeview.

GREENVILLE 52, HICKORY 9

GREENVILLE, Pa. – Anna Harpst and Grace Cano scored 13 points each as Greenville earned a 52-9 Region 4 win over Hickory.

Josie Lewis added 11 points and Sarah Mallek nine for Greenville.

Kimora Roberts had four points for Hickory, which scored all nine of its points in the first half.

FARRELL 47, COMMODORE PERRY 29

FARRELL, Pa. – Gabby King poured in 29 points as Farrell earned a 47-29 win over Commodore Perry.

Lexa Yasnowski added eight points for Farrell, which led 25-8 at halftime.

Marley Meyer had eight points for Commodore Perry.

EISENHOWER 63, GIRARD 37

GIRARD, Pa. – Mackenzie Dunn led a trio of Eisenhower players in double figures with 20 points as the Knights picked up a Region 3 win, 63-37, at Girard.

Eisenhower led 28-20 at the half, then outscored Girard 37-17 in the second half. Dunn was even with 10 points in each half.

Clara Steinberg finished with 12 points and Samantha Childs had 11, thanks in part to three 3-pointers.

Bella Marino and Laney Belcher each added seven points for the Knights.

Lily Polk had 16 points, and Peyton Kalicky had 14 for the Yellowjackets.

MAPLEWOOD 52, ROCKY GROVE 9

SUGARCREEK BOROUGH, Pa. – Rhaelynn Koelle led a balanced Maplewood effort with 10 points as the Lady Tigers earned a 52-9 win over Rocky Grove.

Madison O’Hara, Alannah Kelley, and Madison Eimer had six points each for Maplewood.

Rae Montgomery had six points for Maplewood.

CATHEDRAL PREP 64, MCDOWELL 23

ERIE, Pa. – Jayden McBride poured in 21 points as Prep earned a 64-23 Region 6 win over rival McDowell.

McBride was one of four Ramblers in double figures, as Tori Mayes and Addie Biel had 12 points each and Ava Lucarotti 10.

Caylen Spano had eight points for McDowell.

WEST MIDDLESEX 47, REYNOLDS 18

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – Emma Mild and Caitlin Stephens combined for 32 points as West Middlesex earned a 47-18 win over Reynolds.

Mild had 17 points and Stephens 15, while Alexa Babock added seven for West Middlesex, which led 24-6 at halftime.

Julie Wade had seven points to pace Reynolds.

MERCER 49, JAMESTOWN 23

MERCER, Pa. – Mercer led 22-2 after the first quarter en route to a 49-23 win over Jamestown.

Pressley Washil had 10 points to pace Mercer, while Ashlynn Heckathorn added nine and Ava Godfrey eight.

Taylor Keener had 14 points for Jamestown.

SHARON 37, SLIPPERY ROCK 36

SHARON, Pa. – Daryonna Nixon had 12 points as Sharon earned a 37-36 win over Slippery Rock.

Sharon outscored Slippery Rock 14-12 in the fourth quarter, as Diavonna Nixon had 10 points and India McGee eight.

Julia Coffaro had 11 points and CJ Sabo 10 for Slippery Rock.

MERCYHURST PREP 57, NORTHWESTERN 37

ERIE, Pa. – Olivia Kulyk poured in 22 points as Mercyhurst Prep earned a 57-37 Region 3 win over Northwestern.

Shannon Stevenson was also in double figures for the Lakers with 11 points.

UNION 54, SHARPSVILLE 36

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. – Kelly Cleaver scored 21 points as Union-New Castle earned a 54-36 win over Sharpsville.

Kylie Fruehstorfer added 15 points for Union.

Chasie Fry had 15 points and Tori Kimpan 12 for Sharpsville.

HARBOR CREEK 55, ERIE 47

HARBOR CREEK, Pa. – Samantha Zank scored 20 points as Harbor Creek earned a 55-47 win over Erie.

Brooke Pryzelbyski added 12 points for Harbor Creek.

Audrenna Nivens had 12 points for Erie.

NORTH EAST 61, TITUSVILLE 15

NORTH EAST, Pa. – Alaina Rodemoyer led a balanced North East effort with 15 points as the ‘Pickers earned a 61-15 win over Titusville.

Gigi Gaston had 12 points for North East and Lily Triana nine.

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