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D9 Basketball Round-Up Powered by Eric Shick Insurance: Keystone Girls Victorious

Around the League: Jan 23, 2021. Powered by Eric Shick Insurance.

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Boys Results

Oil City 63, North Clarion 27

The Oilers 40-point first half allowed them to cruise past North Clarion, 63-27. Holden Stahl led the Oilers with 13 points, and Isaiah Aeschbacher and Cam VanWormer each scored 10 points. Oil City found many ways to score in the big win, with six different players totaling 8+ points. Zeelan Hargenrader topped North Clarion with seven points.

Girls Results

A-C Valley 53, Forest Area 27

The Falcons had control of the game from start to finish as they defeated Forest Area 53-27. The Falcons took a quick 20-7 first quarter lead, and continued to further build the lead throughout the remainder of the contest. A-C Valley’s Rachel Cullen led all scorers with 15 points, and Andrea Meals also scored 10 points for the Falcons.

Punxsutawney 59, Clarion 33

A monster fourth quarter allowed Punxsutawney to run away with their lead as they topped Clarion 59-33. The Chucks had a 35-28 lead before going on a 24-5 fourth quarter run to ice the contest. Danielle Griebel and Sarah Weaver each had 14 points for Punxsutawney, with Weaver also securing 10 boards for a double-double. Erica Selfridge scored 10 points for Clarion in the loss.

Keystone 32, Karns City 19

Keystone’s ability to get to the line allowed them to push past Karns City in a low scoring 32-19 contest. The Panthers went 11-for-17 at the line, including 7-for-10 in the final quarter. Emily Lauer and Jozee Weaver each scored 10 points for the Panthers, who continue on their dominant run of victories. Emma Johns scored nine of Karns City’s 19 points.

Harmony 60, Curwensville 46

The Curwensville Area High School Boys basketball team dropped a 60-46 Moshannon Valley League (MVL) contest to Harmony on Saturday afternoon on the Owls’ home floor. The Golden Tide and the Owls went back and forth in the first half with the game all knotted at 20-20 at the intermission.

Harmony, however, put forth the better of the two offenses in the second half as they outscored the Tide 40-26 to pick up the victory. Curwensville had two players with double figures, as Trevor Lansberry hit for 20 points with Ty Terry adding 11. The Owls were led on offense by Curtis Boring with 23 tallies and Jack Bracken with 22.

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