Wednesday’s High School Basketball Roundup:

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DUBOIS, Pa. (D9Sports.com) – Despite recovering from the flu, Ashley Hallowell had 29 points and 25 rebounds to will DuBois to a 62-60 D9 League victory over visiting Bradford.

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The Lady Beaver entered the fourth quarter trailing by two, 46-44, but rode the play of Hallowell, who scored eight fourth-quarter points to victory.

DuBois grabbed 59-58 lead, and Sarah Snyder hit one of two free throws to make it 60-58. Hallowell pulled down the board after the miss and hit the putback to make it 62-58 before Bri Wells, who also scored 29 points for Bradford, was allowed to go coast-to-coast to set the final score.

Chelsea DeSalve added 12 points for DuBois with Laura Fatula adding nine.

Brinya Moffett chipped in 11 for Bradford.

PUNXSUTAWNEY 54, ST. MARYS 40

ST. MARYS, Pa. – Punxsutawney got big scoring nights from Kate Horner and Leah Miller on the way to a 54-40 D9 League road win at St. Marys.

Horner led Punxsutawney with a game-high 25 points while Miller added 19 points and 12 rebounds.

Rachelle Armanini scored 21 for the Lady Dutch.

Punxsy led 16-9 after one quarter and 47-32 after three.

JOHNSONBURG 58, BROCKWAY 29

JOHNSONBURG, Pa. – The Brockway Lady Rovers entered their game at Johnsonburg on a two-game winning streak and held a 12-11 lead after one quarter, but all came crashing down after that.
The host Ramettes outscored Brockway 47-17 the rest of the way in cruising to a 58-29 win.

Cassidy King and Amanda Williams each tallied 14 points for Johnsonburg and Nicole Myers added 11.

Leah Lindemuth scored 13 for Brockway and Kaitlyn Morelli had 10.

KEYSTONE 54, CLARION-LIMESTONE 19

STRATTANVILLE, Pa. – Taylor Geer scored 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds, as Keystone rolled to an easy, 54-19, win at Clarion-Limestone.

McKenzie Hovis added seven points for the Lady Panthers, who also got 11 points, six rebounds and four assists from Alyssa Beichner.

Jess Ball led the Lady Lions with six points.

KARNS CITY 57, FOREST AREA 19

TIONESTA, Pa. – Karns City used a hot start to roll to a 57-19 win over Forest Area at West Forest.

The Lady Gremlin shutout the Fires 27-0 in the first quarter.

Emily Hegedus led Karns City with 25 points while Mackenzie Craig added 14 and Alyssa Gibson 11.

Jasmine Ginnery, Glory Wagner and Destiny Ginnery each scored four points for Forest Area.

CENTRAL-MARTINSBURG 36, CLEARFIELD 23

CLEARFIELD, Pa. – A strong first half helped visiting Central-Martinsburg to a 36-23 Mountain League road win over Clearfield.

The Lady Dragons outscored the Lady Bison 25-10 in the first half on their way to victory.

Hannah Johnston led Central with 12 points with Cassie Mock adding 10.

Alayna Ryan paced Clearfield with nine points.

BOYS’ RECAPS

BROOKVILLE 62, KANE 34

BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Brookville used a balanced effort to rout defending District 9 2A champion Kane, 62-34, at Brookville.

Jimmy Moore led the Raiders attack with 14 points with Ben Reitz and Aaron Park each chipping in 12 tallies and Bryan Dworek nine.

The Raiders, who like Kane are now in Class 3A, held Kane’s leading scorer Andrew Bucheit to five points and six rebounds and second-leading scorer Chad Greville to six points. Davis Gardner led the Wolves, who were outscored 38-18 in the second half, with eight tallies.

DUBOIS 53, BRADFORD 47

BRADFORD, Pa. – Behind 15 points and 14 rebounds from Nick LaBrasca, DuBois picked up a D9 League road victory, 53-47, at Bradford.

Kenny Garvey and Kyle Hopson each added 11 points for the Beavers, who led 28-21 at halftime.

Adam Boyer paced Bradford with 15 points with Tyler Gigliotti adding 12.

CURWENSVILLE 55, WEST BRANCH 50

CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Josh Terry, Avery Francisco and Zach Marshall combined to net 36 points to give Curwensville a 55-50 Mo Valley League victory over visiting West Branch.

Terry led the Golden Tide with 14 points, Francisco added 12, all coming before halftime, and Marshall chipped in 10.

Larry Cowder led all scorers with 22 points for West Branch with David Guerra adding 13 tallies.


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