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Wonderling Leads Brookville Girls to Victory; Schmader Sisters Key in Brockway Win Jan. 13, 2023

Eden Wonderling helped Brookville beat Bradford Friday night. Photo by Jared Bakaysa

BRADFORD, Pa. – Eden Wonderling scored 23 points to lead Brookville to a 48-42 D9 League win at Bradford.

The Lady Raiders jumped out to an 18-7 lead after the first quarter and took a 37-28 advantage going into the fourth quarter before holding off a late Lady Owls’ rally that got them within two points in the final minute.

Hannah Lundgren and Samantha Whitling scored nine and eight points respectively.

Bradford got 18 points from Alanna Benson and 16 from Kalie Dixon.

           

BROCKWAY 36, CAMERON COUNTY 26

EMPORIUM, Pa. – The Schmader sisters combined for 25 points, 22 rebounds, and eight steals to lead visiting Brockway to a 36-26 win over Cameron County.

Madelyn Schmader had 14 points, nine rebounds, and three steals with Sophie Schmader scoring nine points, 13 rebounds, and five steals.

Raegan Gelnette added seven points for the Lady Rovers despite picking up three first-quarter fouls.

Ava Hilfiger paced Cameron County with eight points.

DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 44, KANE 32

KANE, Pa. -Kayley Risser scored 17 points to lead visiting DuBois Central Catholic past Kane, 44-32.

Hope Jacob added seven points for the Lady Cardinals.

Maya Smith scored 13 points for Kane.

CRANBERRY 42, COMMODORE PERRY 9

SENECA, Pa. – Kendall Findlay scored 12 points to lead a balanced Cranberry effort in a 42-9 win over visiting Commodore Perry.

Jadyn Shumaker added eight points for the Berries who also got seven points for Sarah Schoch.

               

Melissa Streets had four points for Commodore Perry.

MOUNT UNION 55, CURWENSVILLE 25

MOUNT UNION, Pa. – Sophie Smith scored 18 points to help Mount Union beat visiting Curwensvikke, 55-25.

Skylar Pentz led Curwensville with nine points.

PENNS VALLEY 58, CLEARFIELD 46

SPRING MILLS, Pa. – Ann-Marie McMuryrie scored a game-high 24 points to pace a 58-46 home Mountain League win for Penns Valley over Clearfield.

Mia Helsel led Clearfield with 17 points with Cayleigh Walker adding 12 points and Hannah Glunt eight points.

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