Friday’s HS Boys’ Basketball Roundup: Schneider Nets 40 to Help St. Marys Down Brookville

ST. MARYS, Pa. (D9Sports) – Led by white-hot shooting from Nathan Schneider in his 40-point outburst, St. Marys put up its second straight 80-point scoring performance at home in three nights in an 83-57 D9 League rout of Brookville.

(Photo: Nathan Schneider, St. Marys)

The Dutch put up 86 points against DuBois Central Catholic at home Wednesday. Against the visiting Raiders, they jumped out to a 47-21 halftime lead with 10 of their 12 3-pointers coming in the first two quarters.

Seven different players hit threes for St. Marys with Schneider leading with three. He scored 21 points in the first half. Jared Groll was the only other player in double figures with 13 points. Cahil Parrish scored nine points and Jackson Lindemuth had eight points.

Aaron Park and Bryan Dworek reached double figures for Brookville with 16 and 10 points respectively.


BROCKWAY, Pa. – Led by 11 points from Ryan Newton, Elk County Catholic used a balanced effort to pick up a 53-44 AML road win over Brockway.

Brennen Klawuhn chipped in eight points for the Crusaders with Carter Lindemuth and Alex Wehler each scoring seven.

Noah Vokes had a game-high 12 points for Brockway with Anthony Esposito adding 11 and Carter Adams eight.


SENECA, Pa. – Dan McQuaide exploded for 28 points to lift Cranberry to a 72-62 win over visiting Forest Area.

Matt McQuaide added 17 points for the Berries with Tommy Flinspach adding 12 points.

Seth Berlin had 22 points and 12 rebounds to pace Forest Area, Dillon DiCorpo had 14 points and four assists, Jarrett Kahle chipped in 13 points and Franklin Meals had eight points and seven assists.

The game was tied at 53 going to the fourth quarter before Cranberry outscored the Fires 19-9 in the last eight minutes.

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