Basketball Roundup: Weber Scores 1,000th Career Point in Curwensville Girls Win

CURWENSVILLE, Pa. (D9Sports) – Needing 14 points to become the fifth player in Curwensville girls’ basketball history to score 1,000 career points, senior Madison Weber reached the mark midway through the second quarter on a layup and helped Curwensville to a 62-32 Mo Valley League victory over visiting Harmony.

Watch Weber score her 1,000th point

Weber tallied a game-high 35 points for the Lady Tide with Tarah Jacobson and Alyssa Bakaysa chipping in for eight points apiece.

“I was a bit nervous at the end of the school day and had a lot of advice coming at me,” Weber said. “I just needed to calm down, get my mindset right and if I played a normal game I knew the points would come.”

Watch more of Weber’s thoughts on the game

Harmony was paced by Hannah Smith’s 10 points.


BROCKWAY, Pa. – Kamme Guisto scored 15 points to lead visiting Cameron County to a 45-23 win over Brockway.

Reggie Goodrow added nine points for the Lady Raiders.

Danielle Wood paced Brockway with nine points.


DUBOIS, Pa. – Chelsea DeSalve and Olivia Johnson each scored 11 points as DuBois edged visiting Bellefonte, 36-34.

Maddie Smith added eight points in the win for the Lady Beavers.

Smith’s layup with 1:27 to play but DuBois ahead for good, 35-33. Sara Dehaas had a chance to tie the game at the end for Bellefonte but her shot was off the mark.

Mallorie Smith led Bellefonte with 11 points, Maddie Tice added 10 and Maddie Steiner nine.



WESTOVER, Pa. – Christian Bakaysa hit 10 shots from the field, including a 3-pointer, on his way to 21 points to help visiting Curwensville to a 64-59 Mo Valley League win over Harmony.

Ty Terry added 13 points, Dakota Bloom 11 and Avery Francisco 10 for the Golden Tide. Jeremy Irwin also chipped in eight tallies.

Daniel Rorabaugh had a game-high 28 points for Harmony while hitting five 3-pointers.

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