Friday’s Boys’ Basketball Roundup: Dworek Shot Gives Brookville Win at St. Marys

Bryan Dworek Brookville
ST. MARYS, Pa. (D9Sports) – Bryan Dworek’s alley-oop off-balance layup off a pass from Aaron Park as time expired lifted Brookville to a 44-42 D9 League road win.

(Photo of Brookville’s Bryan Dworek)

The Raiders led by as many as nine points early in the fourth quarter before the Dutch rallied. They led 42-40 with just over a minute left before a steal and layup by Ben Reitz tied it up.

That set up the game-ending sequence started on a sideline inbounds play with four seconds left. Dworek finished with 11 points while Jimmy Moore led the Raiders with 13 points.

Jeff Wehler and Matt Marconi scored 19 and 14 points respectively to lead the Dutch. Wehler scored nine points in the fourth quarter.

Brookville earned a season split with St. Marys, which beat the Raiders 57-55 at the buzzer in Brookville back on Dec. 23.

BROCKWAY 75, CURWENSVILLE 53

CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Visiting Brockway scored at least 15 points in every quarter and had nine different players score including four in double digits in getting a 75-53 AML win over Curwensville.

The Rovers led by seven, 38-31, at halftime and then outscored the Golden Tide 37-22 in the second half.

Quenton Jackson led Brockway with 13 points, Carter Adams and Quade Lundberg each added 12 tallies and Zane Puhala had 10.

Devon Barrett paced Curwensville with 16 points, Christian Bakaysa added 15 and Zach Marshall 11. Barrett and Marshall each hit three 3-pointers.

PUNXSUTAWNEY 75, DUBOIS 51

DUBOIS, Pa. – Punxsutawney raced out to a 13-point halftime lead on its way to a 75-51 D9 League road win over DuBois.

The Chucks were up 39-26 at the break.

Brandon Matthews led Punxsutawney with 20 points, Ethan Riley added 17, Devin Kelly 16 and Jacob Horner 12.

Nick LaBrasca paced DuBois with 18 points.

RIDGWAY 41, DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 24

DUBOIS, Pa. – Justin Kasmierski and Neil MacDonald combined for 23 points to lead Ridgway to a 41-24 AML road victory over DuBois Central Catholic.

Kasmierski led the Elkers with 13 points with MacDonald adding 10.

Austen Cogley’s 11 points paced DCC.

CLEARFIELD 79, TYRONE 45

TYRONE, Pa. – Tommy Hazel and Will Myers combined for 51 points to help Clearfield to a 79-45 win at Tyrone in Mountain League action.

Hazel led the Bison with 26 point, five rebounds, two assists and two steals with Myers adding 25 points, six rebounds and two assists. Evan Brown chipped in 16 points, seven rebounds, two assists and a blocked shot.

CLARION-LIMESTONE 83, REDBANK VALLEY 62

NEW BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Three players reached double figures in scoring as Clarion-Limestone beat Redbank Valley, 83-62.

Dan Callen led the way for the Lions with 23 points, Deion Deas added 18 points and Sam Leadbetter finished with 16 for the Lions, who led 46-30 at halftime. C-L outscored the Bulldogs, 37-22, in the second half, building a 27-point lead going into the fourth quarter.

The Bulldogs also had three players in double figures, led by Brock Barrett’s 18 points and 10 rebounds. Keaton Kahle and Nick Smith scored 17 and 12 points respectively.

A-C VALLEY 73, FOREST AREA 43

MARIENVILLE, Pa. – Behind a career-high 22 points from sophomore Dalton Callander, visiting A-C Valley rolled to a 73-43 win over Forest Area at East Forest.

Jeff Ginn, a junior, also had a career high with 17 points while adding 13 rebounds. Callander chipped in seven rebounds and four assists, while Joe Manculich had 14 points and six helpers and Kody Wolfe six points and 10 assists.

Seth Berlin led Forest Area with 17 points with Cody Slater adding 12.


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