Local Boys’ High School Hoops Roundup: Wineberg Helps Brockway to Victory

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BROCKWAY, Pa. (D9Sports) – Led by 13 points from Jake Wineberg, nine different Brockway players scored in a 66-20 win over visiting Venango Catholic.

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Hunter Miller and Carter Adams each added 11 points for the Rovers, who led 15-0 at the end of a quarter and 30-9 at halftime.

Tim Wagner paced Venango Catholic with 11 tallies.

PUNXSUTAWNEY 63, REDBANK VALLEY 39

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. -Led by 15 points from Jacob Weaver, Punxsutawney dispatched visiting Redbank Valley, 63-39.

Brandon Matthews added nine points for the Chucks, who saw 10 different players score, while Jacob Horner had seven.

Grayson Harman netted 11 for Redbank Valley with Riley Campbell chipping in nine points and Nick Smith seven.

DUBOIS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 60, HARMONY 49

DUBOIS, Pa. – Behind an all-around performance by Justin Miknis and a career night from Austen Cogley, DuBois Central Catholic rallied in the second half to knock off visiting Harmony, 60-49.

Cogley poured in a career-best 29 points, including 17 in the fourth quarter, while Miknis, only a sophomore, had 17 points, nine rebounds, six steals and five assists.

DCC trailed by nine, 25-16, at halftime but grabbed a 34-31 lead after three quarters thanks to Cogley and Miknis who each scored six points in a third quarter that saw the Cardinals outscore the Owls 18-6. Then Cogley exploded in the fourth quarter knocking down three 3-pointers on his way to scoring 17 of DCC’s 26 points in the frame.

Mike Koblosky scored 17 to pace Harmony, while Dan Rorabaugh added 12 on four 3-pointers.

CLEARFIELD 65, TYRONE 40

CLEARFIELD, Pa. – Tommy Hazel, Evan Brown and Will Myers combined for 54 points and 18 rebounds to keep Clearfield unbeaten with a 65-40 Mountain League win over visiting Tyrone.

Hazel led the way for the Bison with 20 points and 10 rebounds with Brown adding 18 points and five boards and Myers 16 points, three rebounds and three assists.

Clearfield (5-0, 4-0) led by nine, 35-26, at halftime before outscoring Tyrone 15-3 in the third quarter behind six points from Hazel and five from Myers.

Parker Mitchell and Jacob Meredith paced Tyrone with eight points apiece.
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