D9Sports.com Boys’ High School Basketball Recaps: Schindler Leads Brookville Past Redbank Valley

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BROOKVILLE 76, REDBANK VALLEY 59

NEW BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Kurt Schindler exploded for 25 points, 12 steals and six rebounds to lead visiting Brookville past Redbank Valley, 76-59, in non-conference action.

Jimmy Moore added 17 points, nine in the first quarter, for the Raiders, who shot 28 of 53 for the game including 15 of 22 in the first half. Jordan Tosh chipped in 13 points.
Sam Heeter led all scorers with 28 points for Redbank Valley while shooting 10 of 19 from the floor. Eleven of his points came in the fourth quarter after Brookville had taken a 56-34 lead. Dalton Dougherty added a double-double for the Bulldogs with 13 points and 12 rebounds while also blocking six shots.

DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 62, MONITEAU 41

WEST SUNBURY, Pa. – Christine LaParne scored 18 second-half points on his way to a game-high 30, as DuBois Central Catholic shook off a sluggish first half to pick up  62-41 non-conference road win at Moniteau.

The Cardinals led by just four, 26-22, at halftime but LaParne and Joey Varischetti, who finished with 12 points, each scored six points in the third quarter to help DCC outscore the Warriors 16-8 in the quarter to expand the lead to 42-30. LaParne then added 12 more points in the fourth quarter to finish off the victory.

Justin Miknis picked up an additional 14 points for DCC, while Aaron Marterella and Lake Pry led Moniteau with 10 points each. Nate Sosigian chipped in eight for the Warriors.

JOHNSONBURG 40, DUBOIS 32

JOHNSONBURG, Pa. – Andrew Ackers netted five of his eight points in the fourth quarter, as Johnsonburg rallied past visiting DuBois for a 40-32 win.

The Rams trailed 29-26 going to the fourth quarter but outscored the Beavers 15-3 in the final eight minutes.

Kevin Benson led Johnsonburg with 11 points with Kacey Raubenstrauch and Drew Kilhoffer also scoring eight apiece.

Zach Sloan paced DuBois, which was just 1 of 10 shooting in the fourth quarter and 4 of 22 from the floor in the second half, with a game-high 15 points. John Oberlin added 13 points for the Beavers.

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