Tyrone — Anne-Marie McMurtry’s career-high 26 points led Penns Valley to a 55-48 Mountain League win at Tyrone on Friday. County girls basketball action.
Lady Rams go 1v1 in league play.
Avery Dinges and Elle Dinges scored 9 and 6 points respectively.
Penns Valley trailed the Lady Eagles entering the fourth quarter, but outperformed a longtime league power who scored 16 points from Alaina Womer in the final eight minutes, going 22-4.
On Wednesday, December 14, Mrs. Rams traveled to Mount Union for a 47-33 non-league victory.
Kayla Hopkins of the Lady Rams scored half of a team-high 12 points in the fourth quarter after Penns Valley took the lead with a 19-6 run in the third frame.
Scotty Dinges and McMurtrie scored 9 points each. Dingeth scored seven in a crucial third quarter.
Cailyn Skopic’s 11 points were ahead of Mount Union.
Lady Eagles Top PO
The Bold Eagle Area won its first four games for the third time in a 50-15 win over the Mountain League visiting Phillipsburg Osceola on Friday.
Lady Mounties went down 2-2.
The Bald Eagles had 19 points by the end of the first quarter, scoring at least 13 points in each of the first three frames. Lady Eagles’ Abby Hoover topped all scorers with 19 points. Taylor Habovick he tipped in at 13.
Camden Potter’s 5-point paced PO managed only 4 points in the second and third quarters.
Both teams dropped their next match on Tuesday. The Lady Eagles came out in the short end of his 42-35 result in clearfield. Philipsburg-Osceola fell behind visiting Tyrone one quarter later at 19, and in the Mountain League he made a 54-22 decision. Kendyl Schaller scored his six points to put the Lady in first place for the Mounties.
Jordyn Steindl finished 10-11 at the foul line with a game-high 16 points, but it wasn’t enough to win State College’s Mid Penn Commonwealth Division at Central Dauphin on December 16, with Lady Rams won. , 45-33, 12 points from Alexis Ferguson and 11 points from Kayla Fletcher.
State College started the game by pulling within three at halftime from a 9-0 Central Dauphin run. Lady Little Lions, however, was unable to muster enough steam to overtake her host.
The Lady Little Lions dropped a 45-43 heartbreaker on the road to undefeated McDowell on Saturday afternoon, and that turned out to be the difference as Jessica Hetz made two free throws with 3.3 seconds remaining. Did. Hetz is the daughter of former Altoona and Holidaysburg men’s basketball coach Craig Hetz and former Bellwood Anti women’s basketball player Jen (Gerwart) Hetz.
State College scored 30 points in the second half. Steindl came off the floor with his game-high 24 points.
Hetz finished with 8 points. Francesca Russo led her McDowell with her 10, and the Lady Trojans let her three other players score at least her eight.
The state slipped to 2-5 when they made a difficult 52-49 decision to visit Harrisburg for the Mid Penn Conference Commonwealth Division game on December 20. Steindl’s three-pointer from the right wing came and went.
The Lady Cougars then hit three free throws to seal the result.
Curly Donnell made six 3-pointers and scored 18 points to lead the Lady Little Lions. Harrisburg’s Anne Robinson scored his 26 points. The Lady Cougars beat State College his 10-1 in the second quarter.
Bellefonte is still looking for his first win after coming out in the short end of two games, including a 49-19 Mountain League loss on December 16 due to a visit to Huntingdon.
A 42-15 comeback at DuBois on Monday put the Lady Raiders up 0-5.
Jaylee Lose’s 6 points outscored Lady Raiders against Huntingdon. Belfonte fell behind his 14-4 by the end of the first quarter, with Huntingdon, who scored 10 points from Lily Borger and 10 from Lily Fiscus, widening the gap to 20 by half-time. .
A one-point second quarter played a key role in the Lady Raiders’ game at Dubois. Belfonte was ninth down entering the stanza.
Taylor Brown and Madison Lipka threw five points each to give Bellefonte the lead. His Madison Rusnica for DuBois scored his 10th game-high.
St. Joseph’s are also looking for their first win after dropping two games, including a 41-12 home defeat to Juniata on Friday.
The 16-2 run in the third quarter was a rework for the WolfPack. Juniata only led by 8 after one quarter and 15 at halftime.
Monika Peters and Aubrey Yartz each scored 6 points at St. Joseph’s. Ava Sheared scored her 13 points on Juniata. This includes her eight points in the third frame.
Yertz scored 10 of his team-high 12 points in two midfield quarters in the Wolfpack’s 36-18 loss at East Juniata on Monday. As a result, St. Joseph’s made him 0-4.
The WolfPack posted their best quarter of the season, scoring 9 points and only a third ahead. St. Joseph was only eight behind him in fourth place, but he only scored one point in his final eight minutes.
EJ’s Sara Brackbill led all scorers with 14 points.