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Jan. 10 Girls’ Hoops: Lauer Double-Double Leads Keystone to Win; DCC, Brookville Get Home Victories

Jan. 10 girls’ basketball recaps.

(Photo of Keystone’s Emily Lauer)

KEYSTONE 54, UNION 31

RIMERSBURG, Pa. – Behind a double-double of 18 points and 11 rebounds from Emily Lauer, visiting Keystone pulled away from Union in the second half for a 54-31 win.

Relisten to the game:

The Lady Panthers took a 23-20 halftime lead on a 3-pointer from Alyssa Dunlap with just over a minute to play in the opening 16 minutes and then outscored Union 31-11 in the second half while holding the Golden Damsels without a point until the final 1.6 seconds of the third quarter.

Up 31-22 at the end of three and 33-24 a 1:45 into the fourth quarter, Keystone put the game away with a 9-1 run.

Lauer finished the run with her second basket of the quarter, and she scored eight of her points in the fourth quarter.

The Hager Paving Player of the Game, Lauer, talked about the win.

Danae Hurrelbrink, Jozee Weaver and Natalie Bowser all just missed double-doubles for Keystone with Hurrelbrink scoring 10 points and adding nine rebounds, Weaver scoring nine points and pulling down nine boards and Bowser scoring eight points to go with 11 boards.

THE COACH AND THE SCRIBE POWERED BY THE REHAB CENTRE

Jess Quinn and Chris Rossetti broke down the game and talked a little District 9 basketball in the Jan. 10 edition of The Coach and The Scribe Powered by the Rebab Centre.

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DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 45, KANE 35

DUBOIS, Pa. – Martina Swalligan led a trio of double-digit scorers with 12 points as DuBois Central Catholic earned a 45-35 AML victory over visiting Kane.

Shay Gulvas netted 11 points with Maia Cogley adding 10 for the Lady Cardinals.

Sarri Swanson netted 16 points and went 11-for-11 at the charity stripe in the loss for Kane, and Emily Bucheit chipped in 11 points.

Logue’s 14 points paced Union, and she chipped in six rebounds. Croyle added six points, and Tori Milliron had six rebounds. 

BROOKVILLE 56, BRADFORD 39

BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Marcy Schnider exploded for a career-high 29 points to lead Brookville to a 56-39 victory over visiting Bradford in D9 League action.

Morgan Johnson added 14 points for the Lady Raiders while Madison Johnson had seven.

Hannah Lary’s 25 points paced the Lady Owls.

CURWENSVILLE 52, HARMONY 36

WESTOVER, Pa. – Alyssa Bakaysa scored 19 points to lead visiting Curwensville to a 52-36 Moshannon Valley League victory over Harmony.

Tarah Jacobson had 13 points for the Lady Tide with Brianna Swindell and Kyra Henry each adding six.

Tori Hoover paced the Lady Owls with 11 points. Traci Houser hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with nine tallies.

CENTRAL-MARTINSBURG 49, CLEARFIELD 20

HYDE, Pa. – Kylie Metzger and Madison Eicher combined for 24 points as Central-Martinsburg topped visiting Clearfield, 49-20.

Metzgar and Eicher each had 12 points for the Lady Dragons. Erin Brumbaugh had nine tallies with Leah Johnson adding five.

Emma Hipps paced the Lady Bison with six points. Olivia Bender and Tesa Miller each had four points.

CAMERON COUNTY 38, OSWAYO VALLEY 30

SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa. – Kaelee Bresslin hit three 3-pointers and finished with 19 points to help Cameron County top Oswayo Valley on the road, 38-30, in NTL play.

Bresslin also went 8-for-11 at the line for the Lady Raiders. Morgan Lorenzo added 10 points with Mallory McKimm netting six.

Despite the loss, Mikayla Bell had a game-high 23 points for Oswayo Valley.

CLARION 59, VENANGO CATHOLIC 14

OIL CITY, Pa. – Kait Constantino and Jordan Best combined for 34 points to lead visiting Clarion over Venango Catholic, 59-14.

Constantino led the Lady Cats offense with 18 points while Best had a double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Peyton Simko had nine points with Eva Lerch chipping in six.

Emmy Ekis paced Venango Catholic with eight points and seven rebounds while Hope Winger grabbed nine boards and tallied two points.

CRANBERRY 41, A-C VALLEY 29

FOXBURG, Pa. – Ava Ferringer lead a balanced offensive attack in Cranberry’s 41-29 road victory over A-C Valley.

Ferringer netted 12 points for the Berries with Megan Hadden adding nine. Maddie Cornelius had eight points while Kaia Dean grabbed eight rebounds and scored six points.

Baylee Blauser paced the Lady Falcons with 14 points. Rachel Cullen and Mia Sherman each had six tallies.

NORTH CLARION 62, KARNS CITY 9

FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. – Mackenzie Bauer scored a game-high 15 points to help North Clarion roll past visiting Karns City, 62-9.

Haley Sherman added 14 points in the win for the She-Wolves, who led 19-4 at the end of the first quarter and 43-6 at halftime with Abby Gatesman scoring nine points on three 3-pointers.

Emma Johns hit a fourth-quarter 3-pointer for Karns City, the Gremlins only points of the second half, and finished with a team-best four points.

REDBANK VALLEY 59, FOREST AREA 13

TIONESTA, Pa. – Tara Hinderliter tied a school record with seven 3-pointers and scored a game-high 29 points to lead visiting Redbank Valley to a 59-13 win over Forest Area at West Forest.

Hinderliter scored all of her points in the first three quarters, including 21 in the first half when she hit five 3-pointers. She scored 13 points in the second quarter alone.

Karlee Shoemaker also hit a pair of triples and scored nine points for the Lady Bulldogs, while Lauren Smith chipped in seven points.

MONITEAU 61, CLARION-LIMESTONE 21

STRATTANVILLE, Pa. – Behind a monster game from Aslyn Pry visiting Moniteau rolled to a 61-21 win over Clarion-Limestone.

Pry scored a career-high 21 points while adding 14 rebounds and four steals. She scored 12 first-quarter points helping the Lady Warriors to a 19-6 lead after eight minutes.

Kristin Auvil also had a double-double for Moniteau with 10 points and 10 rebounds while adding seven assists and five steals, and Abby Rottman reached double digits in points as well with 11.

Frances Milliron had a team-best nine points for C-L.



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