The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

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January 15, 2013

Local basketball in brief 1-16-2013

JOHNSTOWN — High School Boys

Ferndale 57 Conemaugh Valley 50

Chad Eisenhuth scored 15 points to lead Ferndale to a win at Conemaugh Valley.

Isaiah Sajatovich had 12 points and Carlos Mason 10.

Blake Furman topped the Blue Jays with 16 points followed by Grant Cruse with 14. Cruse had 10 rebounds while Nick Roberts led the team with 13.

Portage 60

North Star 38

PORTAGE – Devin Brown and Brandon Madigan scored 14 points apiece as Portage had four players score in double figures.

Chris Onder added 13 points and Cody Randall finished with 10 for the Mustangs (5-7).

Devin Richard led the Cougars (0-11) with 14 points and Steve Mort added 11.

Portage went on a 21-5 run in the fourth quarter.

Cambria Co. Chr. 59 Clearfield Alliance 16

CLEARFIELD – Dom Williams scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, while Zach Wingard added 15 and Andy Paros scored 12 as Cambria County Christian improved to 12-3.

High School Girls

Cambria Co. Chr. 38 Clearfield Alliance 29

CLEARFIELD – Alexis Wolfe and Natalie Sokira scored 17 and 15 points, respectively, to lead Cambria County Christian.

Alyssa Wharton’s 16 points led the hosts.

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