Wednesday’s Girls’ Hoops Roundup: Hallowell Late Basket Help DuBois Fend off Brookville

BROOKVILLE, Pa. (D9Sports) – Ashley Hallowell’s putback with nine seconds left and Chelsea DeSalve’s free throws with 3.2 seconds left secured a 41-38 win for DuBois, which withstood a furious Brookville comeback Wednesday night.

Brookville trailed by as many as 14 points, but rallied to tie the game at 35-35 with under four minutes left. Then Madison Johnson’s 3-pointer with under 25 seconds left gave the Lady Raiders a 38-37 lead. DuBois scored the final four points to get the win

Hallowell had her eighth double-double and third 20-rebound performance in the last three games with 16 points and 21 rebounds. DeSalve finished with 13 points and eight rebounds.

Brooke Shattenberg scored seven points for Brookville.


MARIENVILLE, Pa. – Trailing by seven going to the fourth quarter, visiting Clarion outscored Forest Area 14-3 in the fourth quarter to pull out a 41-37 KSAC North win at East Forest.

Alexis Constantino scored eight of her game-high 17 points in the fourth quarter to pace the Lady Cats comeback. Wendy Beveridge added six of her 14 in the frame for Clarion.

Forest Area, which took a four-point halftime lead, 19-15, expanded the advantage to 34-27 after a 15-point third quarter that saw Glory Wagner score six of her nine points in the quarter and Makiya Belloti add five of her six points in the frame.

Bianca Hetrick led the Fires with 15 points including 10 of Forest Area’s 11 first-quarter tallies.


RIDGWAY, Pa. – Behind 18 points, 13 rebounds, seven blocks, six assists and two steals from Emily Fullem Ridgway picked up a 48-31 AML victory over visiting Curwensville.

Hannah Park added 12 points, four rebounds and two steals for the Lady Elkers who also got 10 points and three boards from Casey Woodford.

Hannah Dixon led Curwensville with 18 points.


SENECA, Pa. – Malliah Shreck had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead Cranberry to a 49-12 win over visiting Clarion-Limestone in KSAC North action.

Bree Swartzfager had a game-high 12 points for the Berries.

Karleigh Aaron and Anna Burns each scored three points to lead C-L.

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