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Moniteau Falls to Mercer; Clarion-Limestone Triumphs Behind Hot Shooting From Coull

MERCER, Pa. (EYT/D9) — Allie Pry came up big against for the Moniteau girls basketball team, scoring 10 points, but the Warriors went scoreless in overtime to fall to Mercer, 37-32, in the championship game of the Mercer tourney.

Catherine Kelly scored eight points and Kendall Sankey and Davina Pry each pitched in six for the Warriors.

Sankey had a strong all-around game, also adding 11 rebounds and five assists.

Ava Godfrey led Mercer with 15 points. She scored all five of the Mustangs’ points in overtime.


Lexi Coull poured in 15 points and Commodore Perry tourney MVP Alyssa Wiant added nine as the Lions roared to a championship game win.

Alex Leadbetter also scored nine points for Clarion-Limestone.


Jordan Hesdon scored 16 points to lead Clarion-Limestone to a 64-35 win over host Commodore Perry in the championship game of the Panthers’ tournament.

Hedson was the tourney MVP.

Rylie Klingensmith contributed 13 points and Ty Rankin added 10 for C-L.