Boys’ Basketball: Miknis Leads DCC Past Austin


DUBOIS, Pa. (D9Sports) – Justin Miknis exploded for 27 points and seven assists to lead DCC to a 74-56 victory over visiting Austin.

(Photo of DCC’s Justin Miknis. Photo by Ronda Beimel)

Harrison Star added with 11 points with Jonathan Kurtz netting eight for the Cardinals.

Austin also was efficient on the offensive end with Dempsey Glover posting a team-high 22 points, Blake Burgett adding 13 tallies and Jackson Glover 12.

OIL CITY 72, BROOKVILLE 63

OIL CITY, Pa. – Behind 20 Luke Homer points, Oil City beat visiting Brookville, 72-63.

DeMarco Francis added 15 tallies for the Oilers while Hunter Haun scored 13 points and Cameron Muir 12.

Aaron Park tallied a game-best 21 points for Brookville with Jack Krug adding 16 and Jace Miner 14.

CLARION-LIMESTONE 107, FOREST AREA 42

STRATTANVILLE, Pa. – Scoring 79 first-half points, Clarion-Limestone scored the most points in District 9 in 17 years in a 107-42 win over visiting Forest Area.

The Lions led 79-17 at halftime after scoring 36 first-quarter point and 43 second-quarter tallies.

Hayden Callen led C-L with 29 points, 24 in the first half including 16 in the second quarter. Ian Callen had a double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds scoring 21 points before halftime. Deion Deas netted 15 of his 17 points before the break while Mitch Knepp added 14 points and Curvin Goheen nine points and 10 rebounds.

Jonah Spuck paced Forest Area with 12 points with Franklin Meals adding 11.

The 107 points are the most scored in a District 9 game since C-L put up 109 in a 109-55 win over A-C Valley Jan. 25, 2002. It marked the ninth 100-point game in District 9 since the 2001 season and the third for the Lions, who also beat Forest Area 103-64 last year.

TYRONE 54, CLEARFIELD 32

TYRONE, Pa. – Damon Gripp Blaine Hoover combined to score 26 points, as Tyrone defeated visiting Clearfield, 54-32, in Mountain League action.

Gripp led the Eagles with 14 points with Hoover adding 12. Andrew Ferguson and Corbin Moon each chipped in with eight tallies.

Karson Rumsky had a game-high 19 points for Clearfield.


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