Ford City Tournament

Westmont 67, Penns Manor 44

FORD CITY – Mike Valcheff and Chris Kessler each had 19 points to lift the Hilltoppers over the Comets.

Chris Gahagan had 15 points for Penns Manor.

Ford City topped Career Connections, meaning the Hilltoppers will face the Sabers in the championship tonight.

Kittanning Tournament

Cambria Heights 59, Riverview 29

KITTANNING – Ian Vescovi had 14 points, John Link added 12 and Cambria Heights earned a spot in the championship.

Link hit three 3-pointers.

Steve Sharbaugh, who finished with nine points, also had three 3-pointers.

Kittanning topped Purchase Line 64-28, meaning Cambria Heights will face Kittanning for the championship tonight.

Homer-Center Tournament

Forest Hills 61, Shade 55

HOMER CITY – With three players in double figures, the Rangers pulled away in the second half to beat the Panthers.

Brett Oswalt had 16 pionts while Tanner Thomas scored 12 and Luke Gallaher had 11 for Forest Hills.

Joel Kaminsky’s 16 points topped the Panthers.

Bill Lamp Memorial Tournament at Rockwood

Blacklick Valley 68, Meyersdale 25

ROCKWOOD – Taylor Holby’s 17 points paced the Vikings while Matt VanFossen had 14 points and the Vikings advanced to the championship game.

Ted Worthington had 12 points and Derek Fyock tallied 11 for Blacklick Valley.

Regular season

Bishop Carroll 59, Glendale 36

EBENSBURG – Bishop Carroll outscored Glendale 12-2 in the opening quarter, then outscored the Vikings 19-3 in the third.

Steve Greene scored 16 points for Bishop Carroll (1-0) while Luke Paronish had 12 points, 14 rebounds and six steals. Chad Panick added seven rebounds for the Huskies.

Brad O’Donnell led Glendale (0-1) with 15 points.

Bedford 63, Northern Bedford 51

LOYSBURG – Zach Hess had 23 points and Mark Scott tallied 16 points as the Bisons opened the season with a victory.

Jeromy Marshall added 11 points for Bedford.

Andrew Hoover led the Black Panthers with 12 points while teammates Matt Snyder and Zach Reed each accounted for 11 points.

Northern Cambria 60, Portage 37

NORTHERN CAMBRIA – Joe Yuhas had 17 points and 10 rebounds while Anthony Penska had five blocks and grabbed eight rebounds as the Colts prevailed.

Jesse Carnevali had 13 points for Northern Cambria while Jordan Stiles chipped in 11 points.

Sean Cronauer put up 13 points for the Mustangs.

Richland 51, Berlin 22

Tim Ripple had 14 points and the Rams blanked the Mountaineers in the fourth quarter to win handily.

Richland jumped out to a 12-3 lead after a quarter and was up 29-14 at the half.

Shanksville 60, Forbes Road 44

SHANKSVILLE – The Vikings had three scorers reach double figures in a win over Forbes Road.

Michael Abramowich, Carter Lehman and Silas Miller each scored 14 for Shanksville. Shane Speicher grabbed 15 rebounds in the win.

Jesse Newman had a game-high 18 points for Forbes Road, and Tanner Henry added 11 points.

United 76, Ferndale 41

ARMAGH – Bobby Simon scored 29 points, Ryan Merle had 15 and Ross Moreau netted 14 as host United defeated Ferndale.

Trevor Mattis led the Jackets with 13 points.

Hyndman 53, Salisbury-Elk Lick 47

SALISBURY – Shane Torbet and Cody Thornton each had 15 points and the Hornets opened the season strong.

Warren Beitzel had 13 points to lead the Elks while Dani Lung chipped in 12 points, including a pair of 3-pointers.


Art Burkett at Portage

Harmony 63, Purchase Line 32

PORTAGE – Allison Leyo’s 20 points paced Harmony, which won handily over Purchase Line in the opener.

Patience McCullough had 14 points for the Red Dragons.

Penn Cambria 55, Portage 36

PORTAGE – Penn Cambria placed four players in double-digit scoring to topple Portage.

Jess Delic scored 13, Olivia Urbanek added 12 points and eight rebounds, and Kelsey Creehan and Jamie Foor each scored 10 for the Panthers.

Becca Enedy scored 14 and collected 10 rebounds to lead the Mustangs.

Penn Cambria will face Harmony for the title while Portage goes against Purchase Line in the consolation.

Bill Lamp Memorial Tournament at Rockwood

Forest Hills 54, Chestnut Ridge 45

ROCKWOOD – Teddi Burkett had a game-high 22 points, Jess DiFlauro had eight rebounds and four steals and Amy Wiesheier had 10 rebounds to lead the Rangers.

Tiffany Clingerman hit for 10 points for the Lions.

Cambria Heights Tipoff Tournament

Saltsburg 59, Cambria Heights 58

PATTON – Wanda Shearer’s putback with 12 seconds remaining lifted Saltsburg into the championship game.

Saltsburg (1-0) had fouls to give, and the Highlanders (0-1) couldn’t get a shot off in the remaining time.

Shana Muffey added 12 points for Saltsburg.

Miranda Zeanchock scored 16 points for Cambria Heights.

Kristy Gwizdak added a dozen points while Kristie Malloy scored 10.

Saltsburg will face Penns Manor, which beat DuBois Central Catholic 51-30, in tonight’s championship.

Homer-Center Tournament

Homer-Center 52, Conemaugh Township 42

HOMER CITY – Julie Byer had a game-high 14 points, but it was not enough to carry the Indians.

Katie Reckner added 11 points for Conemaugh Township, which will face Central Cambria in the consolation game this afternoon.

Katelyn Skinner had a pair of 3-pointers and 13 total points to lift the Wildcats.

Homer-Center will face Mount Pleasant for the championship.

Central Cambria lost 67-57 to Mount Pleasant in the early game, and no information was reported to The Tribune-Democrat.

Lady Marauder Classic at Bishop Guilfoyle

Penns Valley 42, Northern Cambria 34

ALTOONA – Penns Valley outscored Northern Cambria 18-11 in the fourth quarter to top the Colts.

Breanna Kochinsky scored 16 and Janae Dunchak added 13 points.

Bishop Guilfoyle topped Bishop Carroll 49-30 in the late game, putting the Marauders into the championship against the Huskies.

Regular season

Conemaugh Valley 55, Berlin 34

BERLIN – Beth Kendera had 17 points and seven rebounds, and Taylor Gruss scored 12 points and had nine boards and eight assists as Conemaugh Valley beat host Berlin.

Katelyn Emigh had 10 points, and Nikki Ledwich had six steals for the Jays.

Jackie Kimmel led Berlin with 12 points.

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