High School Sports

Today in high school sports: Dec. 13, 2017

Penns Valley forward Paige Kubalak, seen here last season, finished Wednesday night’s game against Bald Eagle Area with a game-high 13 points. The Lady Rams beat the Lady Eagles 54-14.
Penns Valley forward Paige Kubalak, seen here last season, finished Wednesday night’s game against Bald Eagle Area with a game-high 13 points. The Lady Rams beat the Lady Eagles 54-14. Centre Daily Times, file

Everything you missed in high school sports — and isn’t listed elsewhere in the CDT — from Wednesday:

Girls’ basketball

Penns Valley wins big over BEA

SPRING MILLS Behind three players who reached double-digits, the Penns Valley girls’ basketball team cruised past Bald Eagle Area 54-14 in a Wednesday night game.

Paige Kubalak paced the Lady Rams with 13 points, while Emma Butler boasted 11 and Dayna Brown added 10. Hannah Montminy also chipped in eight for the winning effort.

Penns Valley start off hot, opening the first quarter on an 11-2 run and continuing that into the second quarter. Penns Valley led 25-4 at halftime.

The Lady Eagles’ Sarah Holler recorded a team-high six points.

SJCA still perfect

GLENDALE Denaya Poston-Cooper led the Lady Wolves with a game-high 19 points in the 57-40 win over Glendale.

SJCA improved to 3-0 with the victory.

Kathleen Simander netted 11 points. SJCA will next take on Williamsburg at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Bellefonte falls to Huntingdon

HUNTINGDON The Lady Red Raiders fell behind early and couldn’t catch up to Huntingdon in the 51-31 loss.

Maddie Steiner and Abbey Bruni both registered eight points apiece, but it wasn’t enough.

Bellefonte (0-3) will next face Penns Valley on Friday.

Tyrone pummels P-O

PHILIPSBURG Halle Herrington impressed once again with 26 points, but Tyrone still came out on top in the end by an 85-54 score.

Lacey Potter added 11 points for the Lady Mounties, who trailed 49-26 at halftime.

Wrestling

State College loses opener

STATE COLLEGE The Little Lions led with two bouts left, but they dropped the final two in the 42-34 loss to Shikellamy on Wednesday.

State College held a 34-30 lead but lost both matches in falls at 126 and 132 pounds, respectively.

Among the Little Lions who pinned their opponents were Lance Urbas (160), Ian Barr (170), Jackson Heasley (285) and Chris Leidy (113).

State College will wrestle again at 6 p.m. Thursday against Jersey Shore.

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