Brookville, Brockway Girls Hoops Both Win Friday

BROOKVILLE, Pa. (D9Sports) – Twins Madison and Morgan Johnson combined for 19 points to lead Brookville to a 52-43 D9 League victory over visiting Bradford.

(Photo: Brookville senior Brooke Shattenberg was a winner in her final home game)

Madison Johnson led the Lady Raiders, who had 10 different players score, with 10 points with Morgan Johnson adding nine.

Bri Wells led all scorers with 22 points for Bradford.


RIDGWAY, Pa. – Kaitlyn Morelli scored 20 points to lead visiting Brockway to a 51-42 win at Ridgway in AML action.

Leah Lindemuth added 11 points for the Lady Rovers, who snapped a two-game losing streak.

Emily Fullem paced Ridgway, who had won five of six entering the game, with 20 points.


SHEFFIELD, Pa. – Hannah Dixon exploded for 32 points to help visiting Curwensville inch closer to the playoffs with a 65-40 win over Sheffield in AML play.

Dixon’s second 30-plus-point game of the season edges her closer to 1,000 in her career. She unofficially has 957 with three regular-season games left. Meanwhile, the Lady Tide need just one win in those three games to qualify for the postseason based on school policy, it is believed.

Madison Weber added 21 points for the Lady Tide with Christine Limbert closing off the Curwensville scoring with 12 of her own,

Lexi Lyon paced Sheffield with 14 points. Mya Grubbs chipped in nine.


CLARION, Pa. – Alexis Constantino and Wendy Beveridge combined to score 24 points to help Clarion to a 38-22 KSAC North home win over Forest Area.

Constantino led the Lady Cats with 13 points with Beveridge adding 11. Constantino had five of her points during a 14-4 fourth quarter for Clarion that helped the Lady Cats pull away after leading 24-18 going to the fourth.

Jasmine Ginnery and Bianca Hetrick each scored eight points for the Lady Fires.


STRATTANVILLE, Pa. – Behind Erin Merryman, Bree Swartzfager and Malliah Schreck, Cranberry closed out its regular season with a 64-14 KSAC North road win at Clarion-Limestone.

The Berries, who finished the regular campaign 17-5, were led by Merryman’s 17 points. Schreck added 13 points and Swartzfager 12.

Morgan Clark paced C-L with eight points with Maddy Craig adding the other six.

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