DuBois Central Catholic went two-for-two on Tuesday night, with both the boys and girls sides each toppling Curwensville.
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DuBois Central Catholic Girls 57, Curwensville Girls 27
DUBOIS, Pa. – DuBois Central Catholic evened its season record at 6-6 Tuesday night in girls basketball with a 57-27 win over the visiting Curwensville Lady Tide squad.
The Lady Tide kept it somewhat close in the first half, and only trailed at intermission 26-17, with Curwensville having a 10-8 edge in the second quarter.
The Lady Cardinals turned up the heat on both ends of the floor in the third and fourth quarters, as it outscored Curwensville 31-10 to gain the victory.
It was the turnover total that doomed Curwensville, as they turned the ball over a total of 31 times in the contest.
Alyssa Bakaysa had 12 points to pace the Lady Tide offense.
DuBois Central Catholic was led by game-high scorer Faith Jacob with 26 points while teammate Sophia Ginter chipped in with 10.
There was no junior varsity contest.
Next for the Lady Tide (3-5) will be a home game against Philipsburg-Osceola on Thursday night at Patton Hall.
DuBois Central Catholic Boys 67, Curwensville Boys 37
CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Although it was a home game for the Curwensville Area High School boys basketball team, that didn’t stop DuBois Central Catholic (5-3) in picking up a 67-37 victory in Patton Hall on Tuesday evening.
The Golden Tide had a fairly strong first half with a 10-10 first quarter and then only trailed by five at the break, 29-24.
It was the second 16 minutes that Curwensville failed to stay in the contest as the Cardinals easily outscored the Tide 38-13 to pick up the win.
Curwensville junior Ty Terry lead all scorers with 23 points that included five from beyond the arc.
DuBois Central Catholic had three players in double digits with Damon Foster having 17 followed by Dante Armanini with 13 and Jalen Kosko adding 11.
The Golden Tide hit 14 of 23 from the foul line, while the Cardinals made 8 of 13.
There was no junior varsity game.
Curwensville (1-7) is on the road for a Wednesday evening game against Glendale in Moshannon Valley League play on the Vikings’ home floor.