Everything you missed in high school sports — and isn’t listed elsewhere in the CDT — from Friday:
Penns Valley cruises
SPRING MILLS Behind 20 points from Hannah Montminy, the Penns Valley girls’ basketball team made quick work of Huntingdon on Friday night 58-43.
Montminy scored 14 of her points in the first half, as the Lady Rams took a 28-22 halftime lead.
“Tonight she played with a lot of confidence and drove hard to the hoop,” Penns Valley coach Karen McCaffrey said. “She shot the ball really well, and I thought she saw the floor a lot better than she had the last couple games. So, very pleased with her development this year.”
Jordan Andrus added 13 rebounds in the winning effort.
The Lady Rams (13-5) will next take on Clearfield on Tuesday.
Clearfield edges out BEA
WINGATE Lacee Barnhart paced the Lady Eagles with nine points, but it wasn’t enough in BEA’s 35-33 loss to Clearfield.
Bald Eagle Area fell behind early but stormed back to tie the game at 22-22 heading into the fourth quarter, before the contest slipped away.
SJCA wins by double digits
BOALSBURG Selena Mann and Denaya Poston-Cooper once again guided the Lady Wolves to victory in the 49-36 win over West Branch.
Mann recorded a game-high 20 points, while Poston-Cooper chipped in 10 points for the victory.
DUBOIS Centre County Christian Academy struggled offensively in its 37-27 loss to DuBois.
Cassandra Poorman paced the Lady Bulldogs with 13 points in the loss.
Central drops P-O
PHILIPSBURG Halle Herrington again paced Philipsburg-Osceola with 20 points, but her team still came up short 59-27 against Central.
Only two other players scored for the Lady Mounties, in Kyleigh Kennedy (3) and Loryn Hughes (4).
Penns Valley sputters in loss
HUNTINGDON Penns Valley started off slow, scoring 13 points in the first three quarters, en route to a 51-26 loss to Huntingdon.
Hunter Zimmerman and Logan Snyder paced their team with six points apiece.
Clearfield thumps Eagles
CLEARFIELD Bald Eagle Area couldn’t overcome a sluggish first half on its way to a 64-46 loss to Clearfield.
The Eagles trailed 29-17 at halftime.
Jaden Jones recorded a team-high 16 points, while Drew Bucha had 15 for BEA.
Bellefonte drops heartbreaker
TYRONE Bellefonte seized the lead after the first quarter but let up in the next quarter in a 48-44 loss to Tyrone.
The Red Raiders led 14-11 after the first but were outscored 11-4 in the second.
Three Bellefonte players scored eight points to lead the team: Nick Fisher, Ben McCartney and Trae Bauman.