Basketball: Oil City Girls Knock Off Franklin

| February 12, 2019

OIL CITY, Pa. (D9Sports) – Maddy Neely, Katie Womer and Tessa Stack combined for 34 points, as Oil City beat visiting rival Franklin, 41-32.

Neely and Womer both scored 12 points apiece with Stack adding 10.

Zelika Hartle led Franklin with 12 points with Lauren Billingsley adding 11.


DUBOIS, Pa. – Behind 19 points from Olivia Boocks, visiting A-C Valley beat DuBois Central Catholic, 51-35.

Cami McNany added 11 points for the Lady Falcons with Andrea Meals chipping in 10 tallies and Kylee Eaton nine.

Ashley Wruble and Jordy Kosko each scored eight points for DCC.


WEST SUNBURY, Pa. – Riding a strong second quarter, Moniteau continued its late-season surge with a 46-39 win over visiting North Clarion.

The Lady Warriors trailed 9-3 after one quarter but outscored the She-Wolves 16-4 in the second quarter to take a 19-13 halftime lead that they expanded to 29-22 after three quarters of play.

Aslyn Pry scored eight of her game-high 16 points in the second quarter. She also added eight rebounds and four blocked shots for Moniteau.

Kristin Auvil chipped in 13 points and Andie Arblaster had 10 points and eight boards for the Lady Warriors, who have won five of six.

Mackenzie Bauer led North Clarion with 12 points with Gabby Schamder, Abby Gatesman and Haley Sherman each scoring eight.



HADLEY, Pa. – Jared Mink scored 22 points and Commodore Perry held off a late Cranberry rally for a 61-55 win.

The Panthers led 46-31 going to the fourth quarter before Cranberry outscored the home team, 24-15, in the final eight minutes to make things close.

Nathan Stringert added 12 points for Commodore Perry with Keane Cropp chipping in 11.

Cameron Russell had a career-high 23 points for Cranberry. JT Stahlman added 11 tallies and Zac Kiefer had 10.


FOXBURG, Pa. – Ian Callen exploded for a career-high 39 points and Clarion-Limestone rallied for a 76-68 win at A-C Valley.

Twenty-six of Callen’s points came in the middle two quarters helping the Lions stay in the game despite A-C Valley scoring 41 points in the second and third quarters combined.

The Falcons led 57-51 after three quarters but C-L rallied in the fourth outscoring A-C Valley 25-11 behind 10 points from Hayden Callen and eight from Ian Callen.

Hayden Callen added 24 points in the victory.

Levi Orton hit five 3-pointers on his way to a team-high 25 points for A-C Valley with Caleb Penny adding 14 points and Eddie Stevanus 12. Orton added seven rebounds, while Stevanus completed a double-double with 11 rebounds.

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