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Jan. 28 girls’ basketball recaps

REDBANK VALLEY 36, CLARION 33

NEW BETHLEHEM — Brooke Hinderliter scored 15 points and the No. 6 Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs outscored No. 8 Clarion 12-8 in the fourth quarter to secure a 36-33 win in a KSAC non-divisional game.

Also for Redbank Valley (14-3), Kaelyn Gruver scored eight points with 12 rebounds and Becca Dougherty finished with 10 rebounds.

Clarion (7-7) was led by Maci Thornton’s 18 points.

ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC 65, DuBOIS 43

DuBOIS — Julia Sweeney and Reilly Herzing scored 13 and 11 points respectively as the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders hiked their record to 18-0 with a 65-43 District 9 League win over DuBois.

Ten players found the scoring column for the Lady Crusaders, who improved to 6-0 in the D9 League. MacKenzie Gahr and Cassidy Cunningham each scored eight points.

Taylore Uplinger led DuBois (6-10, 1-5) with 12 points.

BRADFORD 42, ST. MARYS 37

ST. MARYS — Rylee Lundgren scored 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as the Bradford Lady Owls beat St. Marys, 42-37.

Also for Bradford (5-12), Bri Wells added nine points and grabbed seven rebounds.

Rachel Bauer scored 18 points and Caitlyn Bankovich finished with 10 points for St. Marys (4-13).

DCC 35, JOHNSONBURG 21

By Rich Quiggle

JOHNSONBURG — The Dubois Central Catholic Lady Cardinals overcame a slow offensive start to turn back the Johnsonburg Ramettes 35-21 Wednesday night at Johnsonburg Area High School in an Allegheny Mountain League cross-over game.

Both squads struggled offensively in the first quarter with turnovers enroute to a 3-2 DCC lead. The Lady Cardinals settled down in the second quarter though, outscoring the Ramettes 10-3 to take a 13-5 halftime lead. In the third quarter, both teams found the basket often as DCC outscored Johnsonburg 13-12.

The Ramettes would fall short on the comeback attempt though in the fourth quarter as the Lady Cardinals outscored them 9-4 to secure the 35-21 victory.

DCC (11-6 , 7-3) was led by Caitlyn Manduley with 10 points. Libby Mauer and Natalie Curtis both chipped in 6 points each. Nicole Myers scored 5 points, grabbed 6 rebounds and had 4 steals to lead Johnsonburg (5-12 , 4-5). Coming off the bench for the Ramettes were Brianna Quiggle (4 points, 5 offensive rebounds, 4 steals) and Emily Dillinger (4 points, 4 rebounds) to try and spark the offense.

Johnsonburg travels to Curwensville Friday night and Dubois Central Catholic hosts Kane.

Game notes: The Ramettes shot 7 of 55 from the floor (12.7%) and 7 of 14 from the charity stripe…Johnsonburg put six girls into the scoring column.With the exception of the third quarter, the Ramettes didn’t score more than 4 points (2,3,4,) in any other quarter.The Ramettes will be without the services of Senior Ashley Imbrogno and Junior Ashton Watts for the remainder of the season (injury, illness).

Scoring by quarters:    1         2         3         4         T

Dubois Central            3         10       13       9         35

Johnsonburg               2         3         12       4         21

Johnsonburg: Brianna Quiggle 2-0-1-4 , Taylor Wolfe 1-0-0-2 , Nicole Myers 1-3-7-5 , Nadia Wilson 0-0-0-0 , Emily Dillinger 1-2-4-4 , Olivia Perez-McGill 1-0-0-2 , Brianna Cardoni 0-2-2-2 , McKenna Rowles 1-0-0-2 , Team Totals 7-7-14-21.

Dubois Central Catholic: Macy Hanes 0-0-0-0 , Angel Cardamone 1-0-0-2 , Natalie Curtis 2-2-2-6 , Caitlyn Manduley 5-0-0-10 , Mara Baronick 0-2-4-2 , Andrea Walters 0-1-2-1 , Jordan Frank 1-4-8-6 , Kasey Baronick 0-0-0-0 , Kaitlyn Drahusak 1-0-0-2 , Libby Mauer 1-4-4-6 , Team Totals 11-13-20-35.

Three-point field goals: none

MONITEAU 72, UNION 45

WEST SUNBURY — The Moniteau Lady Warriors put four players in double-figure scoring on their way to a 72-45 KSAC-South win over Union.

Kristina DeMatteis led Moniteau (12-5, 5-1) with 19 points while Stephanie McCall scored 18 points. Alycia Brehm and Alazia Greaves each scored 10 points.

For Union (4-13, 0-7), Lexey Shick had 22 points and eighht rebounds. Kloe Remmick had 12 points.

BROCKWAY 50, SHEFFIELD 21

SHEFFIELD — Juli Esposito and Leah Lindemuth scored 17 and 15 points respectively to lead the Brockway Lady Rovers to a 50-21 win at Sheffield.

Also for the Lady Rovers (9-8), Lindemuth finished with seven steals and seven rebounds while Esposito added six steals and seven rebounds.

Mariah Fitzgerald scored eight points for Sheffield (1-18), which made just 6 of 34 shots from the foul line.

Score By Quarters

Sheffield 2-6-4-9=21

Brockway 15-12-11-12=50

Sheffield

Grubbs 0 0-0 0 Kifer 0 0-2 0 Cromwell 0-1-1-6 4 Leichtenberger 0 4-10 4 Maines 0 1-2 1 Moore 0 0-3 0 Lyon 0 0-0 0 Fitzgerald 4 0-0 8 Hansen 2 0-7 4 Knowles 0 0-4 0 Totals 6-1-6-34-21

Brockway

Adrianna Terwilliger 3 0-0 6 Katlyn Cappetta 2 0-0 4 Ashley Moore 1 1-2 3 Leah Lindemuth 7 1-2 15 Juli Esposito 5 7-9 17 Nicole Marchiori 1 1-2 3 Adriana Azzato 1 0-0 2 Lilly Larson 0 0-4 0 Leigha Pertz 0 0-0 0 Sabrina Bundy 0 0-0 0 Totals 20 10-19= 50

NORTH CLARION 58, CRANBERRY 46

SENECA — Cassie Wagner scored a career-high 19 points as the North Clarion She-Wolves beat Cranberry 58-46 in a KSAC-North matchup.

Also for the She-Wolves (9-7, 4-2), Abbie Schmader scored 18 points while Cassie Wagner scored a career-high 12 points.

Tori Flinspach led Cranberry (3-13, 2-5) with 10 points.

North Clarion 16 11 20 11 58

Cranberry       6 14 10 16 46

North Clarion: Obenrader A. 0 0 0-0 0 Schmader 9 0 0-0 18 Gatesman 4 0 7-4 12 Wagner 8 0 4-3 19 Obenrader T. 3 0 3-1 7 Sherman 0 0 0-0 0 Higgins 1 0 0-0 2 Wurster 0 0 0-0 0 Flick 0 0 2-0 0 Zacherl 0 0 0-0 0 Totals 25 0 16-8 58.

Cranberry: Brannon 4 0 0-0 8 Whitling 1 0 2-1 3 Shreck 0 0 2-2 2 Flinspach 3 1 1-1 10 Rimer 3 0 0-0 6 Swartzfager 3 0 2-1 7 Hutchinson 0 0 0-0 0 Attman 0 0 0-0 0 Duncan 4 0 3-2 10 Kahle 0 0 0-0 0 Totals 18 1 9-7 46

KANE 43, RIDGWAY 25

KANE — Trinity Clark scored 14 points and made 14 rebounds to lead the Kane Lady Wolves to a 43-25 win over Ridgway.

The win, combined with Johnsonburg’s loss, clinched second place in the AML-North. Kane improved to 10-8 while Ridgway fell to 4-14

Truden and Dyne scored 14 and 10 points respectively.

Barclay led Ridgway with eight points.

TEAM 1 2 3 4 OT1 OT2 F
VIS: Ridgway 10 4 2 9 25
HOME: Kane 6 4 16 17 43

TEAM 1:________Kane_____________________________

PLAYER Baskets Made Free throws Made Free throws attempted Points 3-pointers made
Swanson DNP
Lima-Lopez 0 0
O’Hara 0          0
T.Morgan DNP
Truden 4 6 7 14
Dyne 3 4 8 10
Hottel 1 2
Barner 0 0
R.Morgan          1 0 4 2
Clark 6 2 4 14
Cummings 0 1 2 1

TEAM 2: Ridgway_____________________________________

PLAYER Baskets Made Free throws Made Free throws attempted Points 3-pointers made
Mercer 0 0
Hinton 1 0 4 2
Fullem 1 1 2 3
Kemick 0 1 2 1
Foringer 0 0
Park 2 0 4 5 1
Kifer 3 0 1 6
Barclay 4 0 1 8


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