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January 18, 2013

High school basketball in brief 1/18/2013

JOHNSTOWN — High School Boys

Blacklick Valley 72 Harmony 42

NANTY GLO – The Vikings hit seven 3-pointers in the first half on their way to building a 44-15 lead over the visiting Owls. Dalton Cesarz ended with 30 points and 14 rebounds while teammate Johnny Sheesley supplied 17 points.

Logan Sral’s 16 points topped Harmony while Nathan Young netted 10 points.

Ferndale 51

Portage 39

PORTAGE – Chad Eisenhuth scored 17 points and Isaiah Sajatovich 11 as Ferndale overcame a 14-6 first-quarter deficit.

Devin Brown led Portage with 15 points.

Conemaugh Twp. 72 Windber 38

WINDBER – Jeff Fisher scored 16 points, and Dillon Boyer and Jeff Callihan each netted 12 as Conemaugh Township beat host Windber.

Dan Tomlinson had 10 points for the Ramblers. Bryce Spak had nine rebounds, and Steve Pipon grabbed eight boards.

Cambria County 57 Belleville Mennonite 40

BELLEVILLE – Dom Williams’ 34 points led Cambria County Christian to a road win over the Trojans. Zach Wingard tallied 10 for the Panthers.

Austin Byler’s 12 points led a trio of Belleville Mennonite scorers in double figures. Noah Anders scored 11 points and Steven Yoder notched 10. 

High School Girls

Belleville Mennonite 36 Cambria County 24

BELLEVILLE – The Trojans’ Rachel Anders tallied 17 points in her squad’s win over visiting Cambria County Christian.

Alexis Wolfe scored 10 points for the Panthers.

Penn Cambria 50 Bishop Carroll 20

EBENSBURG – The Panthers’ Kaitlyn Krug led all scorers with 18 points and Emily Roberts tallied 12 of her own in a win over Bishop Carroll.

Brooke Mento’s eight points and six rebounds led the Huskies.

Bishop Guilfoyle 69 Cambria Heights 38

PATTON – Halee Adams scored 30 points and Bishop Guilfoyle used a shutdown defensive effort in the second half to beat host Cambria Heights.

Devin Stessney added 15 points, and Kayla Bates, 13, for Guilfoyle.

The Marauders held Heights to four points in the second half, including only one in the third quarter.

Lindsey Kosick led the Highlanders with 17 points.

Blacklick Valley 66 Harmony 36

WESTOVER – Heather Marsh scored 16 points and had 11 rebounds, and Allison Thomas netted 18 points as visiting Blacklick Valley beat Harmony.

Josie Roberts had 10 points for the Vikings. Lindsay Weltheroth led Harmony with 14 points.

Bishop McCort 66

Greater Johnstown 50

Mackenzie Barbin scored a game-high 22 points as Bishop McCort beat host Johnstown in the LHAC.

Steph Hrbal had 12 points and Leigh Burkhart added 11 for the Crushers, who built a 23-9 first-quarter advantage.

Johnstown’s Tashayla Smith had 17 points, 23 rebounds and five steals. Lexi Lindrose had 15 points.

Richland 66

Somerset 32

SOMERSET – Four Richland scorers reached double figures as the Rams slammed Somerset. Katie Gehlmann’s 15 points led the quartet while Alexis Dona and Sarah Pfeil each scored a dozen points.

Morgan Instone pitched in 10 points for the Rams, who also received nine assists from Gehlmann.

Sydney Geary’s 10 points led the Golden Eagles.

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