D9Sports.com Boys’ High School Basketball Recaps: Varischetti Leads DCC Past Brookville

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DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 63, BROOKVILLE 56

BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Joey Varischetti scored 23 points and pulled down 12 rebounds helping DuBois Central Catholic hold off Brookville in a 63-56 non-league win.
The Cardinals started the game with a 17-3 lead before the Raiders managed to tie it at 19-19. Then DCC led by as many as 16 points in the second half before the Raiders got within four points late only to have their rally fall short.

DCC won despite 27 turnovers, outscoring the Raiders 35-11 in the first and
third quarters. Justin Miknis and Christian LaParne scored 19 and 15 points
respectively.

Jimmy Moore had his third straight game with 24 or more points, finishing with 25 points for Brookville. Ben Reitz and Kurt Schindler each scored 12 points. Schindler nearly had a triple-double with 10 steals and eight rebounds.

HOMER-CENTER 58, PUNXSUTAWNEY 55

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Homer-Center rode the wave of a strong third quarter to a 58-55 road victory over Punxsutawney.

The Chucks led 28-22 at halftime but were outscored 23-11 in the third quarter.

Punxsy tried to rally in the fourth quarter, but a last-second 3-pointer from Brandon Matthews as time expired was no good.

Devin Kelly and Ethan Riley each had 13 points to lead Punxsutawney, while Dylan Huey added 12 points.

John Ireland paced all scorers with 17 for Homer-Center.

CLEARFIELD 71, DUBOIS 42

CLEARFIELD, Pa. – Tommy Hazel and Will Myers led Clearfield to a convincing 71-42 over visiting DuBois.

Hazel scored 22 points and added five rebounds with Myers recording a double-double with 17 points and 17 rebounds.

Bradyn Schwabenbauer scored 12 points to lead DuBois.

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