Thursday’s High School Basketball Roundup: Lucky 13. Thirteen DCC Girls Score in Win

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DUBOIS, Pa. (D9Sports) – Thirteen different DuBois Central Catholic players scored, as the Lady Cardinals cruised to a 60-13 win over visiting Sheffield in AML action.

(Photo: Gabby Caruso, DCC)

Gabby Caruso and Riley Assalone led DCC, which led 21-3 after a quarter, with 10 points apiece. Libby Maurer added six points and Caitlyn Drahushak five.

Sierra Grubbs and Mya Grubbs each scored four points to pace Sheffield.

BOYS’ RECAPS

CLEARFIELD 82, CLARION-LIMESTONE 46

CLEARFIELD, Pa. – Tommy Hazel exploded for 16 first-quarter points, as Clearfield wasted little time in taking care of visiting Clarion-Limestone, 82-46.

Behind Hazel, who finished with 23 points, six rebounds, five steals and an assist, the Bison grabbed a 22-10 lead after one quarter that they expanded to 40-23 at halftime.

Will Myers then dropped 16 points of his own in the third quarter to push the lead to 25, 63-38, going into the fourth quarter.

Myers finished with a game-high 24 points to go with seven rebounds, four assists and a blocked shot.

Evan Brown added a double-double for Clearfield with 15 points and 11 rebounds and also had three assists and two steals.

Dan Callen paced C-L with 20 points with Deion Deas adding 11.

ST. MARYS 56, BROCKWAY 52

ST. MARYS, Pa. – Nathan Schneider scored a game-high 28 points and Jeff Wehler either scored on assisted on 16 of St. Marys’ 20 baskets in a 56-52 Dutch win over visiting Brockway.

In a game with an odd flow to it, St. Marys used a 20-4 second quarter advantage with nine of the 20 points coming from Schneider to build a 32-19 halftime lead.

But Brockway behind nine points from Jarrett Esposito in the third quarter and eight from Carter Adams in the frame turned the tables on the home team outscoring them 17-4 to tie the game at 36 going to the fourth quarter.

But Schneider continued to score in the fourth netting nine more points helping the Dutch to the win.

Wehler, meanwhile, had 10 points on four baskets – two twos and a three – and dished out 12 assists for a double-double.

Esposito paced Brockway with 21 points with Adams adding 13.


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