Bishop Carroll Huskies

High school basketball in brief | Dec. 14, 2013

High School Boys
Conemaugh Valley 86, Turkeyfoot Valley 47: Senior Blake Furman scored what was reported as a school single-game record 54 points in Conemaugh Valley’s victory over visiting Turkeyfoot Valley on Friday.
Furman also had 12 rebounds and four steals for the 1-2 Blue Jays. He broke the 31-year-old mark of 50 points set by Bob Stepien in 1982. Neither Furman nor Stepien had a 3-pointer in their respective record games.
Austin Orndorff led Turkeyfoot Valley with 26 points.
Bishop Carroll 61, Bishop McCort 35: In Ebensburg, Bishop Carroll’s Marcus Lee and Nik Suckinos each put up 17 points to outdistance their rival in a LHAC matchup.  Bishop McCort’s Nemo Trexler led McCort with 11 points.
Richland 49, Cambria Heights 30: In Patton, the Ram’s Aaron Miller scored 14 points and Kyle Flick scored 13 points to earn a LHAC road victory.
Conemaugh Township 43, Shanksville-Stonycreek 41: In Davidsville, Luke Maurer scored 12 points and Austin Speigle tallied 10 points to help the Indians edge past the Vikings in a WestPAC showdown. The Vikings’ Ryan Platt scored a game-high 18 points.
Berlin Brothersvalley 67, Ferndale 46: In Portage, the Mountaineers’ Jake Snyder scored 18 points to help defeat Ferndale. The Yellow Jackets’ Ray Hinton had a double-double scoring a game-high 29 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.  
Westmont Hilltop 64, Forest Hills 54 (OT): In Sidman, Westmont Hilltop outscored Forest Hills 12-2 in overtime to earn a road win.
Conor Mendelson had 37 points for Westmont, and Jordan Brant added 11 points. Forest Hills’ Chip Hook netted 16 points and Joe Donoughe had 12.
Portage 57, Rockwood Area 47: In Portage, the Mustangs’ Michael Bryja had a double-double (16 points, 12 rebounds) to help defeat the Rockets. Brandon Madigan scored 11 points in the win. Portage improved to a 4-0 record.
Hollidaysburg 61, Somerset 49: In Somerset, the Golden Eagles cut a 19-point deficit to six in the final minutes, but couldn’t catch Hollidaysburg.
Nick Consignlio scored 26 points for Hollidaysburg, and Jake Holsopple had 11. Somerset’s Dylan Barnes had 28 points, and Jacob Heiple had 12.
Cambria County Christian 58, Centre County Christian 28: In State College, Jon Perry scored 20 points and Trever Duman added 18 points on the road to improve the Panthers record to 2-3.   
Paw Paw 73, Salisbury-Elk Lick 72 (OT): In Salisbury, Robbie Mills scored 18 points, and River Weese had 14, including four in overtime, as Paw Paw, W.Va., edged host Salisbury-Elk Lick.
Levi Bullett had 14 points, and Tim Abrell and Josh Newlon each had 10 for the Pirates, who outscored Salisbury 8-7 in overtime.
Salisbury’s Nathan Bodes had a game-high 25 points. Diori Pattison had 16 points, and Roberto Pattison had 13 for the Elks.

High School Girls
Cambria County Christian 60, Centre County Christian 36: In State College, the Panthers’ had a duo of doubledouble performers. Taylor Campbell scored a game-high 28 points and added 12 rebounds. Alexis Wolfe scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds including eight blocked shots. Centre County Christian’s Rachael Campbell scored 24 points in the loss.
Penn Cambria 48, Bedford 29: In Bedford, Katlyn Krug’s 12 points led the way for the Panthers in a LHAC win over Bedford.
The Bisons’ Allison Shuke netted a game-high 19 points.  
Bishop McCort 53, Bishop Carroll 32: Lacey Krouse scored 13 points, and Katie Wilson netted 11 in Bishop McCort’s win over Bishop Carroll.
Brooke Mento had 11 points for Carroll.
United 55, Northern Cambria 20: In Northern Cambria, Eden Bloom netted 20 points, yanked down seven rebounds and recorded five steals as unbeaten United trounced Northern Cambria. Taylor Mack and Hope Hixson each had five steals for the Lions.
Ally Sedlock’s 16 points led the Colts.
Salisbury-Elk Lick 40, Paw Paw 38: In Salisbury, Kylee Short’s 17 points led the way for the Elks in a narrow win over Paw Paw. Emily Lowery netted a dozen points for Salisbury-Elk Lick, which saw Lowery and Brynne Kemp pull down 12 rebounds apiece.
The Pirates’ were led by matching 13-point efforts from Belle Harrold and Alixia Snyder. Shiann Groah had 13 rebounds in the loss.