Everything you missed Wednesday in high school sports around Centre County:
State College advances to district championship game
LEWISTOWN State College’s Maya Bokunewicz saved one of her best performances for the postseason, as the she netted a game-high 19 points Wednesday to lead her girls’ basketball team past Mifflin County 50-46 and to punch her team’s ticket to the District 6 Class 6A title game.
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The Lady Little Lions will play Altoona for the district championship at 6 p.m. Friday at Penn State-Altoona.
Elizabeth Czekaj added 13 points in the winning effort in the district semifinals, while Kelsey Love chipped in nine.
State College took control early on, leading 14-8 after the first quarter. The Lady Little Lions now boast a 13-10 overall record, to go along with an 8-6 mark in the Mid Penn.
Rams’ season ends in district quarterfinals
LIGONIER Penns Valley couldn’t keep up with Ligonier Valley in the District 6 Class 3A quarterfinals Thursday night, as it fell 57-33.
Logan Snyder paced Penns Valley with 12 points, seven rebounds and three steals — all team highs — but none of his teammates were able to muster more than four points. By comparison, two Ligonier Valley players — Marrek Paola and Michael Marinchak — both had 20 points apiece.
Penns Valley’s season ends with an 11-12 record.