Everything you missed in high school sports — that aren’t listed elsewhere in the CDT — from Thursday:
P-O wins big
HOLLIDAYSBURG Three wins by fall and three wins by forfeit lifted Philipsburg-Osceola’s wrestling team to victory Thursday night, as it trounced Hollidaysburg 43-30.
Among the Mounties with pins were Kyle Taylor (170), Brandon Anderson (185) and Jordan Smith (285). Those with the other wins, excluding forfeits, were Hunter Weitosh (major decision, 132) and Matt Johnson (decision, 7-5, SV-1).
Lady Eagles pull away
WINGATE Bald Eagle Area’s Lacee Barnhart scored 10 of her game-high 15 points in the third quarter in her team’s 30-24 win over Bellefonte.
Barnhart was the lone player to reach double digits in scoring on either team.
The Lady Red Raiders held a slim 14-13 halftime advantage, but BEA took off in the third quarter when Barnhart exploded for 10 of the Lady Eagles’ 12 points. That was the lone period where BEA outscored Bellefonte, but it proved to be enough.
Abbey Bruni paced Bellefonte with six points in the loss.
Grace Prep rallies
DUNCANSVILLE Behind 19 points from Carl Oelhaf and 18 points from Zac Sechler, Grace Prep overcame an early deficit en route to a 53-46 win over Blair County Christian.
The Storm trailed 15-9 after the first quarter, but outscored the opposition 33-16 over the next two quarters.
Little Lions skate to victory
UNIVERSITY PARK Cam McCurdy scored two goals while David Mansell took care of the game-winner in State College’s 3-1 win over Bishop Guilfoyle.
Goalie Bryant Atanasio made 22 saves in the victory.