Jan. 25 girls’ basketball roundup.
KANE 45, CAMERON COUNTY 29
KANE, Pa.- Ella Marconi had 21 points and 11 rebounds to help Kane to a 45-29 win over visiting Cameron County.
Rachael Morgan also had a double-double for the Lady Wolves with 12 points and 10 rebounds with Trinity Clark adding seven rebounds and eight points, Camryn Cummings four points, six assists and six rebounds and Hanna Buhl five assists.
Madi Guisto paced Cameron County with seven points.
RIDGWAY 53, CURWENSVILLE 45
CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Another big night from Emily Fullem helped Ridgway to a 53-45 AML road victory over Curwensville.
Fullem had 20 points, nine rebounds, six blocked shots and five assists for the Lady Elkers, while Casey Woodford added 13 points, four assists and three steals.
Madison Weber led Curwensville with a double-double of 20 points and 12 rebounds. Hannah Dixon added 19 points for the Lady Tide, and Christine Limbert chipped in four points and 12 rebounds.
Ridgway led by 18, 39-21, midway through the third quarter before Curwensville used runs of 13-3 and 7-0 to get back within four points, 49-45, with 3:16 to play. But the Lady Elkers were able to hold off the Lady Tide for the victory thanks to four key free throws in the one-and-one by Alyssa Kasmierski in the final 20.4 seconds.
ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC 48, BRADFORD 44
BRADFORD, Pa. – Reilly Herzing netted a game-high 22 points to help visiting Elk County Catholic to a 48-44 D9 League win over Bradford.
Cassidy Cunningham chipped in 10 points for the Crusaders, while Bri Wells paced Bradford with 20 points.
PENNS VALLEY 53, CLEARFIELD 38
SPRING MILLS, Pa. – Emma Butler’s 17 points helped Penns Valley knock off visiting Clearfield, 53-38, in Mountain League action.
Alayna Ryan led Clearfield with 13 points.
OTTO-ELDRED 49, GALETON 40
DUKE CENTER, Pa. – In a rare midweek afternoon game because of a postponement Tuesday, Camryn Thomas had 23 points and 15 rebounds to lift Otto-Eldred to a 49-40 home North Tier League win over Galeton.
Haylee Frederick added 12 points for the Lady Terrors, who were without Ali Cousins (injury), and Tiffany Bair chipped in seven points and eight rebounds.