Wednesday’s High School Boys’ Basketball Roundup: Riley Ties Punxsy 3-point Mark in Chucks Win at Cameron

EMPORIUM, Pa. (D9Sports) – Ethan Riley tied the school record with eight made 3-pointers while scoring a game-high 27 points to give visiting Punxsutawney a 73-29 win at Cameron County.

According to the website pahoops.org, Riley’s eight triples tie the record set by Kolby Mummau in 2004 against Cameron County.

Ethan Blose added 12 points for the Chucks, who hit 14 3-pointers as a team, while Jake Weaver added 10 tallies.

Jake Walters’ 10 points led Cameron County.

CLARION-LIMESTONE 70, FOREST AREA 32

TIONESTA, Pa. – Freshman Deion Deas led a trio of Clarion-Limestone players in double digits with 17, as the shorthanded Lions ran past home standing Forest Area, 70-32, at West Forest.

Christian Smith added 15 points for C-L, which was playing without all-district player Dan Callen because of an injury, while Sam Leadbetter chipped in 11 points. The Lions did get Ian Callen back from injury, and the sophomore scored eight points.

Seth Berlin was a one-man show for the Fires scoring a game-high 26 points to go with 13 rebounds.


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