Jan. 16 recaps.
(Photo: Trinity Clark of Kane, pictured with head coach Dave Kiehl, became the fourth girls’ player in school history to score 1,000 career points. Photo by Trisha Wright.)
KANE 67, SHEFFIELD 19
KANE, Pa. – Needing eight points to become the fourth player in Kane girls’ basketball history to score 1,000 career points, senior Trinity Clark wasted little time achieving the mark getting it on a first-quarter layup.
Watch Clark score her 1,000th point. Video courtesy of Trisha Wright.
Clark, who now has 1,007 career points, finished with a game-high 15 points to go with five assists and five steals.
Ella Marconi had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds with Rachael Morgan adding 11 points and Hannah Buhl six points and five assists.
Eliza Davidson paced Sheffield with seven points.
Clark joins Kaila Jamerson (1,185 points), Bree Bergman (1,085 points) and Jessica McDivitt (1,037 points) in the 1,000-point club for Kane.
RIDGWAY 36, DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 34
RIDGWAY, Pa. – Behind 13 points, 22 rebounds, eight blocked shots, five steals and three assists from Emily Fullem, Ridgway picked up a 36-34 win over visiting DuBois Central Catholic in AML action.
Casey Woodford added eight points and six rebounds for the Lady Elkers with Carley LaBenne adding six points.
Shay Gulvas paced DCC with 10 points with Jordan Kosko adding eight points and Alyssa Bittner seven.
ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC 47, CURWENSVILLE 30
CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Taylor Newton had 16 points and 13 rebounds to lift visiting Elk County Catholic to a 47-30 AML win over Curwensville.
Josie Smith chipped in eight points for the Lady Crusaders.
Madi Weber led Curwensville with 16 points.
A-C VALLEY 48, CRANBERRY 38
FOXBURG, Pa. – A-C Valley built a 36-21 second-half lead and then held off a gallant comeback attempt from Cranberry to down the visiting Berries, 48-38.
After falling behind by 15, Cranberry stormed back going on a 15-6 run to get within six, 42-36, with about two minutes to play. But A-C Valley, playing without the injured Olivia Boocks, was able to hold off the comeback attempt.
Ellie Thompson led the Lady Falcons with a game-high 23 points giving her 1,228 in her career just 37 shy of the school record of 1,265 set by Hilary McCall in 2002.
Kylee Eaton chipped in 14 points for A-C Valley with Cami McNany adding nine.
Malliah Schreck paced Cranberry with 13 points with Erin Merryman adding nine.
KEYSTONE 66, CLARION-LIMESTONE 17
KNOX, Pa. – Taylor Geer collected 26 points to lift Keystone to a 66-17 win over visiting Clarion-Limestone.
McKenzie Hovis added 14 points for the Lady Panthers.
Morgan Clark and Anna Kennemuth each scored four points to lead C-L.