Saturday’s Boys’ HS Basketball Roundup: Park’s Career Night Leads Brookville to Title

BROOKVILLE, Pa. (D9Sports) – Tournament MVP Aaron Park scored a career-high 26 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the hosts to their first tip-off tournament title since 2011 with a hard-fought 48-46 win over Brockway Saturday night.

(Photo: Aaron Park, Brookville)

The Raiders trailed 42-39 with 4:50 left in the game, but a 6-2 run put them up for good with Trenton Gilhousen’s putback giving them a 45-44 lead with 3:21 left.

The Raiders tacked on another point with Bryan Dworek’s free throw with 15.7 seconds left, but the Rovers misfired twice on possessions that could’ve tied or won the game at the end, first a turnover and then Carter Adams’ 30-foot 3-point attempt just before the final buzzer.

Adams scored 17 points and Noah Vokes finished with 12 points for the Rovers, both of them making the all-tournament team.

Gilhousen, the Raiders’ other all-tourney player, scored nine points with six rebounds and Dworek added eight points.


KNOX, Pa. – Behind Justin Manduley and Chase Husted DuBois overcame a slow start to beat St. Marys, 51-47, in the championship game of the Keystone Tip-Off Tournament.

The Beavers trailed by nine on a couple of occasions in the first half and were down seven. 15-8, at the end of the first quarter before outscoring St. Marys 34-17 in the middle two quarters to take a 42-32 lead going to the fourth.

The Dutch fought back in the final eight minutes and had a chance to take the lead, down two, 49-47, when Nathan Schneider got an open look from the top of the 3-point circle. But his shot was too strong, and DuBois hit a pair of free throws to seal the win.

Manduley led the Beavers with 14 points with Husted, who was named tournament MVP, completing his second double-double in as many nights with 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Schneider led St. Marys with 16 points despite sitting out a large chunk of the first half in foul trouble. Austin Goodrow added eight tallies.

Kenny Garvey talks about DuBois’ win


DUBOIS, Pa. – Brandon Matthews earned tournament MVP honors with a 14-point, 14-rebound effort that lifted Punxsutawney to a 58-51 win over Johnsonburg in the championship game of the DuBois Central Catholic Tip-Off Tournament.

Isaac Stouffer added eight points and 15 rebounds for the Chucks, while Tyler Richardson had a team-high 15 points and Ethan Blose chipped in with 10.

Kacey Raubenstrauch paced Johnsonburg with 15 points with Austin Green adding 13.


DUBOIS, Pa. – Justin Miknis had 31 points and 14 rebounds to lift DuBois Central Catholic to its first win of the year thanks to a 64-59 victory over Marion Center in the consolation game of the DuBois Central Catholic Tip-Off Tournament.

Thomas Grecco added 12 points and Brandon Walker nine for the Cardinals.


MARIENVILLE, Pa. – Austin matched its win total from last year in one day winning a pair of games at the Forest Area Tip-Off Tournament at East Forest.

The Panthers beat Youngsville, 69-56, and then came back and topped the host Fires, 63-53. Youngsville then made it a split beating Forest Area, 61-36.

In the Austin/Youngsville game, Blake Burgett had 18 points and Jackson Glover 16 for Austin with Mason Valenti chipping in 13 points. Dasan McAvoy paced Youngsville with 12 points.

Turning right around to play Forest Area next, Dempsey Glover had 20 points and 15 rebounds with Jackson Glover adding 12 points and nine rebounds to give Austin the win. Garrett Rees (13 points) and Burgett (10 points) also reached double digits for the Panthers. Seth Berlin had 18 points and 12 rebounds for Forest Area with Jarrett Kahle adding four points and 11 rebounds.

In Youngsville’s win over Forest Area, Timber Bower scored a game-high 16 points with Joe Mack adding 10. Berlin paced the Fires with 13 points and 15 rebounds.


GROVE CITY, Pa. – Thanks to 23 points from Shawn Lutz, Grove City topped Clarion-Limestone, 69-45, in the Kiser Classic at Grove City.

Deon Deas led C-L with 14 points and Ian Callen scored 12.

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