Redbank Valley 34, Karns City 26
KARNS CITY - Visiting Redbank Valley outscored Karns City 11-1 in the final quarter as the Bulldogs topped the Gremlins 34-26 in KSAC Large School play Feb. 19.
Claire Clouse led Redbank Valley with a career-high 12 points.
Madison Foringer added seven points for the Bulldogs while Caylen Rearick provided six points.
Abby Callihan led Karns City with 11 points.
A-C Valley 50, Union 42
FOXBURG - A-C Valley's Baylee Blauser bucketed a game-high 13 points to help the Falcons to a 50-42 win over visiting Union in KSAC Small School play Feb. 19.
Meah Ielase added 12 points for A-C Valley.
Mia Sherman and Rachel Cullen each bucketed nine points for the Falcons.
Dominika Logue and Kennedy Vogle each scored 12 points to lead the Golden Damsels.
Keira Croyle followed with 11 points for Union.
North Clarion 44, Venango Catholic 11
FRILLS CORNERS - North Clarion rolled to a 26-3 halftime lead on the way to a 44-11 win over Venango Catholic in KSAC Small School play Feb. 20.
Gwen Siegel paced the Wolves with 14 points.
North Clarion's Emily Aites chimed in with six points as the Wolves saw 10 players find the scoring sheet.
Kennedy Liederbach led the Vikings with four points.
Keystone 61, Brookville 40
KNOX - Keystone's Emily Lauer bucketed a game-high 35 points to help the Panthers to a 61-40 win over Brookville in non-conference play Feb. 18.
Jozee Weaver followed with 11 points for Keystone while Danae Hurrelbrink bucketed five points.
Eight different Panthers found the score sheet in the win.
Alaina Haight led the Raiders with 15 points.
Redbank Valley 56, Brockway 39
BROCKWAY - Redbank Valley's Caylen Rearick and Madison Foringer combined for 41 points to help the visiting Bulldogs to a 56-39 win over Brockway in non-conference play Feb. 18.
Rearick drained five 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 21 points while Foringer bucketed 20 points.
Danielle Wood led the Rovers with 16 points.
Union 60, Forest Area 27
RIMERSBURG - Union's Dominika Logue and Keira Croyle combined for 30 points to help the Golden Damsels to a 60-27 win over visiting Forest Area in KSAC Small School play Feb. 18.
Logue totaled a game-high 18 points while Croyle netted 11 points.
Kennedy Vogle added nine points for Union.
Amber Guzzi led the Fires with 12 points.
Clarion 42, DuBois 37
CLARION - Clarion went 20-of-27 from the free-throw line which proved to be the difference as the Bobcats downed visiting DuBois 42-37 in non-conference play Feb. 18.
Erica Selfridge led Clarion with 15 points as she netted 13 of her points from the foul line.
Jordan Best added 13 points for the Bobcats while Ava Cherico contributed eight points.
Olivia Johnson paced the Beavers with eight points.
Redbank Valley 53, Keystone 38
NEW BETHLEHEM - Redbank Valley's Alivia Huffman totaled a game-high 24 points to help lead the Bulldogs to a 53-38 win over previously unbeaten Keystone in KSAC Large School play Feb. 17.
Madison Foringer added 12 points for Redbank Valley while Caylen Rearick netted 10 points.
Emily Lauer led the Panthers with 21 points while Jozee Weaver contributed nine points.
Moniteau 49, North Clarion 37
WEST SUNBURY - Host Moniteau ripped out to a 16-0 lead after one quarter and cruised to a 49-37 win over North Clarion in a KSAC crossover Feb. 18.
Amya Green paced the Wolves with 15 points.
Aslyn Pry led the Warriors with 14 points, 15 rebounds, six assists and five steals.
Punxsutawney 76, Keystone 34
PUNXSUTAWNEY - Punxsutawney ripped out to a 48-21 lead after two quarters and sailed to a 76-34 win over visiting Keystone in non-conference play Feb. 20.
Jozee Weaver paced the Panthers with 16 points while Emily Lauer contributed 14 points.
Riley Presloid led the Chucks with a game-high 21 points.
North Clarion 58, Venango Catholic 53
FRILLS CORNERS - Three different North Clarion players scored in double-digits as the Wolves downed visiting Venango Catholic 58-53 in KSAC Small School play Feb. 20.
Collin Schmader paced North Clarion with 13 points.
Aiden Hartle followed with 12 points for the Wolves while Josh Daum scored 11.
Andrew Burda paced the Vikings with 19 points.
Clarion 80, Redbank Valley 62
NEW BETHLEHEM - The Clarion duo of Cal German and Beau Verdill combined for 56 points as the visiting Bobcats rolled past Redbank Valley 80-62 in KSAC Large School play Feb. 19.
German bucketed a game-high 29 points while Verdill totaled a career-high 27 points. German also had eight assists for the Bobcats while Verdill amassed nine rebounds and eight steals.
Christian Simko added 13 points and seven rebounds for Clarion.
Marquese Gardlock led the way for the Bulldogs with 20 points while Bryson Bain scored 18. Chris Marshall and Owen Magagnotti provided 12 and 10 points, respectively, for Redbank Valley.
Keystone 59, Moniteau 50
WEST SUNBURY - The Keystone trio of Logan Sell, Bret Wingard and Colin Say combined for 36 points as the visiting Panthers toppled Moniteau 59-50 in KSAC Large School play Feb. 19.
Sell scored a team-high 14 points for Keystone.
Wingard followed with 12 points for the Panthers while Say deposited 10 points.
Tanner Williams led the Warriors with 15 points.
North Clarion 58, DuBois Central Catholic 47
FRILLS CORNERS - North Clarion's Josh Daum bucketed a game-high 19 points to help lead the Wolves to a 58-47 win over visiting DuBois Central Catholic in non-conference play Feb. 19.
Aiden Hartle had a double-double for North Clarion totaling 11 points and 10 assists.
Dylan Walters added nine points for the Wolves.
Alec Srock led the Cardinals with a 17 point, 11 rebound effort.
Clarion-Limestone 64, A-C Valley 60
CLARION TWP. - Clarion-Limestone's Hayden Callen and Jordan Hesdon combined for 29 points as the Lions squeaked past visiting A-C Valley 64-60 in KSAC Small School play Feb. 17.
Callen amassed 15 points, six rebounds and three blocks while Hesdon netted 14 points to go along with seven rebounds, five assists and four steals.
Levi Orton led the Falcons with a game-high 35 points while also totaling eight rebounds and four steals.
Eli Penny added eight points for A-C Valley while Tanner Merwin bucketed seven.
Clarion 79, Cranberry 24
CLARION - Four different Clarion players scored in double-digits as the Bobcats routed visiting Cranberry 79-24 in KSAC Large School play Feb. 17.
Cal German led Clarion 25 points while Hunter Craddock totaled a double-double with 15 points and 16 boards.
The Bobcats' Christian Simko followed with 13 points and six steals while Beau Verdill piled up 10 points, eight rebounds, seven steals and six assists.
Union 62, North Clarion 61
RIMERSBURG - Union rallied from a five-point deficit heading into the final period by outscoring visiting North Clarion 21-17 in the final frame as the Golden Knights downed the Wolves 62-61 in a KSAC Small School contest Feb. 17.
Karter Vogle led the way for Union with a game-high 24 points. Twelve of Vogle's points came in the fourth quarter.
Carter Terwint followed with 17 points for the Golden Knights while Caden Rainey bucketed 13 points.
North Clarion's Collin Schmader and Dylan Walters each made five 3-pointers as Schmader finished with 22 points while Walters scored 19. Josh Daum added eight points for the Wolves.
Keystone 62, Redbank Valley 46
KNOX - Keystone's Bret Wingard led a quartet of Panthers' who scored in double digits as the Panthers downed visiting Redbank Valley 62-46 in KSAC Large School play Feb. 17.
Wingard recorded a double-double totaling 18 points and 10 rebounds while Keystone's Colin Say recorded 16 points.
The Panthers Brandon Pierce and Logan Sell provided 15 and 10 points, respectively.
Chris Marshall paced the Bulldogs with 17 points while Bryson Bain netted 15 points and Marquese Gardlock bucketed 14 points.
DuBois 62, Clarion-Limestone 42
DuBOIS - Clarion-Limestone's Hayden Callen amassed 23 points, seven rebounds, four blocks and three steals but it wasn't enough as the visiting Lions fell to DuBois 62-42 in non-conference play Feb. 17.
Jordan Hesdon also scored in double-figures for C-L totaling 11 points.
Oil City 50, Redbank Valley 42
OIL CITY - Oil City took a 29-22 lead at halftime and held off a Redbank Valley second half comeback on the way to a 50-42 non-conference win Feb. 20.
Marquese Gardlock and Chris Marshall each had 10 points for the Bulldogs.
Judias Johnson led the Oilers with 16 points.