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Bowser Has Another Impressive Game for Keystone; Union Beats Forest to Give Meeker First Coaching Win in Return to Bench

KNOX, Pa. (EYT/D9) — Natalie Bowser had another big game.

And Keystone got another big victory.

The senior forward scored 20 points and also had 17 rebounds as the Panthers won their second consecutive game with a 40-28 victory over Clarion-Limestone on Wednesday night.

Bowser, who was battling an injury when the season started, had 25 points and 20 rebounds in her last game against Brookville, also a victory.

Against the Lions on Wednesday, she borrowed a page from her volleyball book and did just about everything for Keystone.

In addition to her points and boards, Bowser also had four assists and five blocked shots to help the Panthers.

Jenna Dunn scored 11 points to lead Clarion-Limestone.


Junior Cheyenne Dowling scored 11 points as the Damsels pulled away from the Fires in the third quarter on the way to the win.

It was Union’s first win of the season and the first in the return of Josh Meeker to the bench. Meeker, who coached Union for 10 years in his first stint until 2012, won 207 games before stepping away for a decade.

Ava Strauser added eight points for Union, six coming in the first quarter to help the Damsels jump ahead 9-6 after eight minutes.

It was still a tight game at the half at 15-12, but Union outscored Forest 15-6 in the third.

Kaylie Rooke had a huge night for the fires. She scored 11 points and added 12 rebounds and eight blocked shots.

Jayden Colvin pitched in seven for Forest.


Emma McFarland led a parade of scorers for the Wolves with 11 points in this home victory.

North Clarion had 11 players score at least two points. Bauer added nine and Lily Homan seven for the Wolves.

Mackenzie Parks had eight points and five rebounds for A-C Valley.