The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


February 10, 2013

College basketball roundup: Williams records double-double for St. Francis



Pitt-Bradford 73, Mount Aloysius 64: Pitt-Bradford completed the season sweep of Mount Aloysius with a win in Cresson.

The Lady Mounties made only 8 of 31 field-goal attempts in the first half and trailed at halftime, 39-20.

Mount Aloysius pulled within three points with 6:07 remaining.

Teddi Burkett and Becky Bard scored 18 points apiece for the Lady Huskies. Lindsy Sammarco chipped in with 14 points.

Allison Osborne led Pitt-Bradford with 19 points. Alicia Kimmel scored 13 points and triggered a late run with a key 3-pointer.


Penn Highlands 82, Butler County Community College 60: Josh Corbett had a double-double with 20 points and 14 rebounds to lead Penn Highlands.  

Jordan Swauger added 19 points. Rashaud Kelley and Jermaine Graves scored 10 points apiece.  

Vinnie Schmidt led the Pioneers with 19 points.

Penn Highlands is 9-9, 3-5,  and BC3 is 3-18, 2 -6.

Mount Aloysius 69, Pitt-Bradford 65: Jeff Stem sank a pair of free throws with 0.8 seconds remaining to seal a 69-65 Mount Aloysius win over Pitt-Bradford in Cresson.

Mount Aloysius started the game out trailing, 14-4, before a Dameon Turner jumper sparked a 17-7 run to tie the game with 5:40 to go in the first half.  Mount Aloysius lead 34-30 at the break.

In the second half, the Mount Aloysius lead swelled to as many as 11 points.

Tanner Thomas led Mount Aloysius with 17 points. Jeff Stem added 16 points, and Turner chipped in 12 points.

The Mounties got 39 points out of their bench, and shot 42 percent from the field.

“We played solid defense in the second half, and held Pitt-Bradford to just 2-for-11 from 3-point distance. We also did a good job of pounding the ball inside and getting their post players in foul trouble,” Mount Aloysius coach Lance Loya said.

Mount Aloysius outscored Pitt-Bradford 36-22 in the paint.

Pitt-Johnstown 82, Charleston 72: Nick Novak scored a game-high 28 points and Central Cambria graduate Jordan Miller chipped in 23 points with five 3-pointers as Pitt-Johnstown won at Charleston.

Novak and Miller combined to go 13-for-14 from the free-throw line for the Mountain Cats, who improved to 14-8 overall and 10-8 in the WVIAC.

UPJ went on a 27-12 run over the final 9:47 of the first half to build a 10-point lead at 46-36. Charleston cut into that lead in the second half and drew as close as 60-58 on a Quincy Washington 3-pointer with 7:33 remaining.

Bill Luther (10 points) and Miller hit 3-pointers to build a 71-63 lead for the Mountain Cats.

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