Taking at look at Tuesday night’s Centre County high school sports highlights:
State College advances to Mid Penn title game
The State College boys’ basketball team rolled to a 95-62 win over Greencastle-Antrim in the Mid Penn semifinals at Cumberland Valley High School.
Drew Friberg scored 27 points to lead the Little Lions, who will take on Milton Hershey in the conference championship game Thursday at a site and time to be announced. Max Benner finished with 17 points for State College, Tommy Friberg added 15 and Brandon Clark had 11. Milton Hershey advanced to the title game with a 77-68 win over Hershey in the other semifinal matchup Tuesday.
State College led Greencastle-Antrim 39-29 at halftime and 70-50 going into the fourth quarter.
The Little Lions (21-1) will be looking to win their second straight Mid Penn title Thursday.
Penns Valley tops Williamsburg
WILLIAMSBURG Penns Valley dominated the first quarter and never looked back in a 52-37 win over Williamsburg.
Aaron Tobias paced the Rams with 20 points, Cameron Shaffer had 13 and Logan Snyder finished with 10. Penns Valley led 17-3 after the first quarter.
The Rams improved their record to 10-11.
Sechler leads Grace Prep to win
STATE COLLEGE Zac Sechler scored 26 points to lead Grace Prep to a 51-36 win over Belleville Mennonite.
The Storm built a nine-point lead by the end of the first quarter and maintained control the rest of the way.
Grace Prep takes on Carson Long Military Academy on the road Friday.
State College beats Hollidaysburg
STATE COLLEGE A trio of State College players scored in double figures in the team’s 62-51 win over Hollidaysburg.
Maya Bokunewicz scored a team-high 15 points for the Lady Little Lions, and Elizabeth Czekaj had 14. Isabelle Leazier chipped in with 12 points.
State College is now 12-10 on the season.
P-O falls to Brookville
PHILIPSBURG Philipsburg-Osceola suffered a 41-18 loss to Brookville.
Ian Klinger provided the highlight for the Mounties at 182, pinning his opponent in 2:13. P-O’s Tristan Beauseigneur (152), Matt Shimmel (160), Aaron Foster (113) and Chase Chapman (120) each won by decision.