Girls’ Hoops Recaps: Cranberry Finishes Second at Hall Tournament

| December 29, 2018


SENECA, Pa. (D9Sports) – Alison Benim scored 19 points to lead Harbor Creek to a 58-31 win over Cranberry in the championship game of the Don Hall Memorial Tournament at Cranberry.

(Photo: Malliah Schreck)

Latisha Baker added 12 points for the Lady Huskies.

Malliah Schreck had a double-double for Cranberry with 12 points and 10 rebounds.

KEYSTONE 48, FRANKLIN 28

SENECA, Pa. – McKenzie Hovis netted 15 points to lead Keystone to a 48-28 win over Franklin in the consolation game of the Don Hall Memorial Tournament at Cranberry.

Emily Lauer chipped in 11 points for the Lady Panthers.

Zelika Hartle led Franklin with eight points.

GENERAL MCLANE 61, OIL CITY 21

OIL CITY, Pa. – Five General McLane players scored in double digits to lead the Lancers to a 61-21 win over Oil City on the second day of the Oil City Christmas Classic.

Kendyl McKissock and Kayla Freyermuth both had 12 points for General McLane with Sierra Seneta and Kayle Seidle scoring 11 apiece and Hanna Pfeiffer chipping in 10.

Jenna Fischli led Oil City with six points with Tessa Stack adding five.

HAZLETON 62, MONITEAU 41

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Marissa Trivelpiece scored 15 points to lead Hazleton past Moniteau, 62-41, in the consolation game of the Carl Truance Tournament at Punxsutawney.

Faith Grula added 10 points in the win.

Kristin Auvil’s 17 points paced Moniteau with Ivie Scott adding eight tallies and Aslyn Pry three points and eight rebounds.

A-C VALLEY 49, MERCER 27

MERCER, Pa. -Behind 17 points from Andrea Meals, A-C Valley knocked off Mercer, 49-27, in the consolation game of the Mercer Christmas Tournament.

Olivia Boocks added 10 points and Kylee Eaton and Rachel Cullen seven each for the Lady Falcons.


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