Tamaqua rolls to fi­nal of own tour­ney

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TAMAQUA — Emma Kuczyn­ski led the way with 15 points as Tamaqua routed Catasauqua 61- 10 on Fri­day to earn a berth in the cham­pi­onship game of its own sea­sonopen­ing tip- off tour­na­ment.

Tamaqua will now meet East Strouds­burgh- South, a 65- 22 win­ner over Lin­coln Lead­er­ship Acad­emy in Fri­day’s other game, to­day at 1: 30 p. m. for the ti­tle.

Emily Ti­tus added 13 points and Jen Fred­er­ick­son chipped in with 10 for Tamaqua.

CATASAUQUA ( 10) — Hawk 0 0- 0 0, Rushatz 2 0- 0 5, Hu­ber 0 0- 1 0, Roberts 0 0- 0 0, Pac­chi­olli 0 0- 0 0, Emery 0 0- 0 0, Lacey 2 0- 0 5, Hicks 0 0- 0 0, Ger­hard 0 0- 0 0, Barna 0 0- 2 0, Richards 0 0- 2 0, Ge­orge 0 0- 2 0. To­tals 4 0- 7 10. TAMAQUA ( 61) — Kane 1 0- 1 2, Zu­ber 0 0- 0 0, Hromyak 2 0- 0 6, Jones 1 1- 1 3, Boyle 2 0- 0 4, Ti­tus 5 3- 3 13, Hope 1 3- 4 5, Fred­er­ick­son 4 4- 4 12, Kuczyn­ski 7 1- 1 15, Rein­hardt 0 1- 2 1, Fred­er­ick 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 23 13- 16 61. Catty ( 0- 1) ............ 5 0 2 3 — 10 Tamaqua ( 1- 0).. 17 18 14 12 — 61

3- point FGs: Hromyak 2, Rushatz,

Lacey

Blue Moun­tain 48

pottstown 28

ELVERSON — Rachel Lukacz and Leah Pishock had the hot hands as the Ea­gles knocked off the Tro­jans to ad­vance to the cham­pi­onship game of the Twin Val­ley Tip- Off Tour­na­ment.

Blue Moun­tain meets Twin Val­ley, a 48- 44 win­ner over Lan­caster Men­non­ite to­day at noon in the ti­tle game.

Lukacz led the way with 13 points for Blue Moun­tain, with Pishock fol­low­ing closely with 11.

BLUE MOUN­TAIN ( 48) — Beam 0 0- 0 0, Kutz 3 0- 0 6, Yea­ger 2 1- 2 6, Zelin­sky 0 2- 2 2, L. Lukacz 1 0- 0 3, Costa 0 0- 0 0, Fas­nacht 2 0- 0 5, Fi­dler 1 0- 0 2, R. Lukacz 6 0- 1 13, Pishock 5 0- 0 11, Ma­son 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 20 3- 5 48.

POTTSTOWN ( 28) — Cotton 3 6- 10 12, Wolfel 2 0- 2 6, Re­guster 0 2- 2 2, Wat­son 2 0- 2 4, Oswens 1 0- 0 2, Everett 0 2- 2 2, Jules 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 8 10- 18 28. Blue Mtn. ( 1- 0) 13 15 9 11 — 48 Pottstown ( 0- 1) .. 7 4 5 12 — 28

3- point FGs: Yea­ger, L. Lukacz, Fas­nacht, R. Lukacz, Pishock

pan­ther val­ley 46 north­ern Le­high 40

SLAT­ING­TON — Erika Du­bosky and Me­gan Pas­coe had big nights as the Pan­thers opened the sea­son with a non- league vic­tory over the Bull­dogs.

Du­bosky scored a game­high 21 points, while Pas­coe knocked down four 3- point­ers and fin­ished with 12 points.

PAN­THER VAL­LEY ( 46) — Pas­coe 4 0- 5 12, Ste­ber 1 0- 0 2, Ver­mil­lion 1 0- 0 2, Du­bosky 5 11- 12 21, Filer 4 0- 0 9, Wehr 0 0- 0 0, Markovich 0 0- 0 0, Jones 0 0- 0 0, k Iu­di­cello 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 15 11- 17 46. NORTH­ERN LE­HIGH ( 40) — Guecher 2 0- 0 4, Lear 1 0- 0 3, Hoffman 1 3- 6 5, Saeger 3 8- 8 16, Seier 2 0- 0 4, Niebell 4 0- 0 8, Mack 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 13 11- 14 40. P. Val­ley ( 1- 0)... 17 9 16 4 — 46 N. Le­high ( 0- 1).... 8 6 10 16 — 40

3- point FGs: Pas­coe 4, Filer, Saeger

2, Lear.

Le­high­ton 36 palmer­ton 32

PALMER­TON — Lil­lian Brown and Hai­ley Miller scored nine points apiece to lead the In­di­ans as they opened their sea­son with a non- league vic­tory over the Blue Bombers.

Le­high­ton led 27- 17 af­ter three quar­ters, then held off a Palmer­ton rally over the fi­nal quar­ter.

LE­HIGH­TON ( 36) — Klotz 0 1- 4 1, Brown 2 4- 6 9, Long 0 1- 3 1, H. Miller 4 1- 3 9, Marches­sault 2 0- 0 4, E. Miller 3 0- 1 7, Pan­tella 0 0- 0 0, Fisher 0 0- 0 0, Solomon 2 1- 2 5. To­tals 13 8- 19 36. PALMER­TON ( 32) — H. Guedes 0 0- 0 0, Pa­pay 1 2- 3 4, B. Guedes 2 9- 13 13, Cin­cilla 1 1- 4 4, Recker 2 1- 2 7, Nemeth 1 1- 2 4 . To­tals 7 14- 24 32. Le­high­ton ( 1- 0) 10 14 3 9 — 36 Palmer­ton ( 0- 1) .. 4 6 7 15 — 34

3- point FGs: E. Miller, Brown, Recker 2, Cin­cilla, Nemeth

tri- val­ley 39 Brandy­wine Heights 34

HAM­BURG — Au­tumn Connell poured in 24 points to lead the Bull­dogs past the Bul­lets and into to­day’s cham­pi­onship game of the Ham­burg Tip- Off Tourna- ment where they will meet the hosts to­day at 7: 30 p. m.

TRI- VAL­LEY ( 39) — Ste­wart 1 0- 0 2, Romberger 1 1- 2 3, Connell 8 7- 10 24, McCormick 2 1- 5 5, Weaver 1 1- 1 3, Scheib 0 2- 4 2, Sny­der 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 13 12- 22 39.

BRANDY­WINE HEIGHTS ( 34) — Savite 2 1- 2 5, Huhn 2 0- 0 4, Turbett 2 1- 2 5, Clark 4 4- 6 12, Fen­ster­mach 1 0- 0 2, Savite 3 0- 0 6, Dougherty 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 14 6- 10 34.

Tri- Val­ley ( 1- 0).... 8 13 10 8 — 39 B. Heights ( 0- 1) .. 5 8 13 8 — 34

3- point FGs: Connell

Ham­burg 32 an­nville- Cleona 22

HAM­BURG — Al­li­son Bashore scored a game- high 19 points as Ham­burg opened the sea­son with a win in the Ham­burg Tip- Off Tour­na­ment.

Af­ter An­nville- Cleona cut the deficit to two in the fourth quar­ter, Halle Gerner made a put­back and Bashore con­nected on six straight free throws to se­cure the vic­tory.

AN­NVILLE- CLEONA ( 22) — Schrader 2 0- 7 4, Clay 2 0- 4 5, Cle­ments 0 0- 0 0, Shaak 3 0- 0 6, Nye 1 0- 2 2, Bright­bill 0 0- 0 0, Ul­rich 2 1- 4 5, Drane 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 10 1- 17 22.

HAM­BURG ( 32) — Adam 0 0- 0 0, Bashore 5 6- 8 19, Grav­ish 3 1- 3 7, Hin­kle 0 0- 0 0, Gough 1 0- 0 2, H. Gerner 1 0- 0 2, Schif­fert 0 0- 0 0, Reimert 0 0- 0 0, Har­bonic 0 2- 2 2, Gassert 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 10 9- 13 32.

A- C ( 0- 1) .............. 4 4 9 5 — 22 Ham ( 1- 0)............. 7 8 8 9 — 32

3- point FGs: Clay, Bashore 3

Ma­hanoy area 74

Wells­boro 22

MUNCY — Emily Lawrence led a trio of Golden Bears in dou­ble fig­ures, scor­ing 14 points as they opened the sea­son with a win over the Hor­nets in the semi­fi­nals of the Muncy Tip- Off Tour­na­ment.

Abbey McGee and Ken­dall Bernar­dyn added 12 points apiece for Ma­hanoy Area, which will meet the win­ner of the North­west- Muncy matchup in to­day’s fi­nal.

MA­HANOY AREA ( 74) — Lawrence 6 0- 0 14, McGroarty 2 0- 0 5, Abrachin­sky 3 0- 0 7, Kramer 0 1- 2 1, Kar­mon­ick 3 0- 0 8, Clark 1 0- 0 3, McGee 4 3- 3 12, Bernar­dyn 4 3- 6 12, Ma­cleary 1 1- 4 3, Cave­nas 1 0- 0

2, Scheeler 1 0- 0 2, Byrne 2 1- 2 5, Moss 0 0- 0 0, Quick 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 28 9- 17 74.

WELLS­BORO ( 22) — Boyce 1 0- 0 2, Bought 2 2- 4 6, Poirier 5 0- 0 10, Mosher 1 0- 0 2, Monks 1 0- 0 2. To­tals 10 2- 4 22. Ma­hanoy ( 1- 0). 24 20 26 4 — 74 Wells­boro ( 0- 1) .. 8 7 2 5 — 22

3- point FGs: Lawrence 2, Kar­mon­ick 2, McGroarty, Abrachin­sky, Clark, McGee, Bernar­dyn.

Line Moun­tain 33 shenan­doah val­ley 26

COAL TWP. — Vic­to­ria Dono­van scored 12 points to lead the Blue Devils as they dropped their opener in the Shamokin Tip- Off Tour­maent.

Shenan­doah Val­ley led at the half, but a 1- point out­put in the third quar­ter led to their down­fall.

Kasey Boyer scored 10 points to lead Line Moun­tain.

SHENAN­DOAH VAL­LEY ( 26) — De­malis 1 1- 2 3, V. Dono­van 5 2- 4 12, Rod­nick 3 1- 2 8, Con­roy 0 1- 2 1, Buchanan 1 0- 0 2, Got­shall 0 0- 0 0, A. Dono­van 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 10 5- 10 26.

LINE MOUN­TAIN ( 33) — Seli­ciano 0 0- 0 0, Canepa 0 0- 0 0, Hack­en­berg 4 2- 6 10, Klinger 2 1- 2 6, Boyer 4 2- 6 10, Binga­man 1 0- 0 3, Mace 0 0- 2 0, Michael 3 0- 0 6, Shaf­fer 0 0- 2 0, Downs 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 12 7- 16 33. Shen. Val. ( 0- 1) 12 4 1 9 — 26 Line Mtn. ( 1- 0) . 11 4 7 11 — 33

3- point FGs: Rod­nick, Klinger,

Binga­man

nativity 28 shamokin 24

COAL TWP. — Sa­man­tha Heenan scored a game- high 13 points, lead­ing the Golden Girls past the host In­di­ans in a Shamokin Tip- Off Tour­na­ment semi­fi­nal.

Nativity will meet Line Moun­tain to­day at 6 p. m. for the cham­pi­onship.

Al­li­son Clarke fol­lowed Heenan with eight points.

NATIVITY ( 28) — Heenan 4 5- 10 13, Ze­men­tauski 0 4- 8 4, Rushan­non 0 1- 5 1, Hun­yara 0 0- 0 0, Clarke 4 0- 0 8, Stavin­ski 1 0- 0 2, Dex­ter 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 9 10- 23 28.

SHAMOKIN ( 24) — Tom­cav­age 1 0- 0 2, Kramer 0 0- 0 0, Dep­tula 1 1- 2 3, Nazih 5 0- 0 12, Yoder 2 2- 4 6, Dunn 1 1- 4 3. To­tals 10 4- 10 24. Nativity ( 1- 0)....... 7 5 7 9 — 28 Shamokin ( 0- 1)... 6 6 5 7 — 24

3- point FGs: None

Lour­des 40 Wil­liams val­ley 20

ELIZABETHVILLE — Lilly Bickel scored a game- high 17 points as the Red Raiders opened the Tro­jan Tour­na­ment at Up­per Dauphin with a vic­tory over the Schuylkill League Divi­sion II ri­val Vik­ings.

Sierra Cole­man added 10 points for Lour­des.

Mya Achen­bach led Wil­liams Val­ley with seven points.

LOUR­DES ( 49) — San­dri 3 1- 2 8, Cole­man 4 0- 0 10, Shimko 1 3- 4 5, Bickel 6 4- 8 17, Al­bert 1 1- 1 3, M Czepo­nis 0 2- 2 2, F. Czepo­nis 1 2- 2 4. To­tals 16 13- 19 49. WIL­LIAMS VAL­LEY ( 20) — Achen­bach 2 3- 3 7, Yea­gley 1 0- 3 2, Kramer 1 0- 0 2, Bord­ner 1 1- 2 3, Rabuck 0 1- 3 1, Hoffman 1 1- 3 3, Kaster 0 2- 2 2. To­tals 6 8- 16 20. Lour­des ( 1- 0).... 11 12 11 15 — 49 W. Val­ley ( 0- 1).... 2 3 7 8 — 20

3- point FGs: Cole­man 2, San­dri,

Bickel

norry Chris­tian 61 Up­per Dauphin 48

ELIZABETHVILLE — Bry­onna Cather scored 19 points, but the Tro­jans fell in a semi­fi­nal of their own tipoff tour­na­ment.

Lour­des will meet Northum­ber­land Chris­tian to­day at 6 p. m. for the cham­pi­onship. Up­per Dauphin and Wil­liams Val­ley will play at 1 p. m. in the con­so­la­tion game.

Jim thorpe 60 schuylkill Haven 9

JIM THORPE — Fresh­men Leila Hur­ley, Skyler Sear­foss and Olivia Sme­las­paced the Olympians as they opened their sea­son with a non- league rout of the Hur­ri­canes.

Hur­ley was the game’s high scorer with 16 points, with Sear­foss fol­low­ing closely with 14. Sme­las added 10.

Is­abella Ber­nit­sky led Schuylkill Haven with eight points.

SCHUYLKILL HAVEN ( 9) — Ross 0 0- 0 0, Phillips 0 0- 0 0, Min­nick 0 0- 0 0, Siket 0

0- 0 0, Roshan­non 0 1- 2 1, Ber­nit­sky 3 0- 0 8. To­tals 3 1- 2 9.

JIM THORPE ( 60) — Richards 1 0- 0 2, Scott 1 3- 4 5, Snisky 2 1- 2 5, Berger 0 0- 0 0, McAr­dle 0 0- 0 0, Hur­ley 6 2- 5 16, Sear­foss 6 2- 4 14, Sme­las 5 0- 0 10, Solt 2 0- 0 4, Craigie 2 0- 0 4. To­tals 25 8- 15 60. Sch. Haven ( 0- 1) 0 2 7 0 — 9 J. Thorpe ( 1- 0) . 24 22 12 2 — 60

3- point FGs: Ber­nit­sky 2, Hur­ley 2

Weatherly 71 Mead­ow­brook 21

Emily Zoscin scored 15 of her game- high 22 points in the first quar­ter as the Wreck­ers raced to a 28- 0 lead and were never headed in their sea­son opener.

Me­gan Peifer added a dou­ble- dou­ble for the win­ners with 11 points and 10 re­bounds. Abby Her­nan­dez chipped in 10 points.

Masy Devlin topped Mead­ow­brook Chris­tian with nine points.

MEAD­OW­BROOK CHRIS­TIAN ( 21) — Hoffman 2 1- 2 5, Devlin 4 0- 0 9, Hart­man 1 3- 5 5, Spring 1 0- 0 2, Day 0 0- 0 0, Lynd 0

0- 0 0, Toland 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 8 4- 7 21.

WEATHERLY ( 71) — Zoscin 9 1- 1 22, Hin­kle 1 0- 0 2, Hoffman 2 0- 0 5, Provizzi 2 0- 0 4, James 1 2- 2 4, Strouse 2 1- 1 5, Peifer 5 0- 2 11, Her­nan­dez 5 0- 0 10, Miller 3 0- 0 6, Heis­ter 1 0- 0 2, Barnes 0 0- 0 0, Jones 0 0- 0 0, Low­man 0 0- 0 0. To­tals 31 4- 6 71.

MC ( 0- 1) ............... 0 12 6 3 — 21 Wea ( 1- 0).......... 28 19 17 7 — 71

3- point FGs: Devlin, Zoscin 3, Hoff

man, Peifer.

nan­ti­coke 52 north schuylkill 45

FOUNTAIN SPRINGS — Sarah Wag­ner was the only Spar­tan in dou­ble fig­ures, scor­ing 18 points in the non­league loss to the Tro­jans.

Amiah Lukowski scored 17 to pace Nan­ti­coke.

NAN­TI­COKE ( 52) — Lewis 2 0- 0 4, Lukowski 4 7- 10 17, Kurkoski 1 2- 3 4, Haller 0 2- 2 2, Casey 2 1- 2 5, Bar­ron 6 4- 6 16,

Czeck 1 2- 3 4. To­tals 16 18- 26 52.

NORTH SCHUYLKILL ( 45) — Himes 3 0- 0 9, Wetzel 3 0- 0 8, Creasy 1 0- 0 2, Wag­ner 5 7- 10 18, Wit­tig 0 0- 0 0, Fetterolf 0 0- 1 0, Mo­gish 1 0- 0 2, Green 1 3- 4 5, Stitzer 0 1- 4 1. To­tals 14 11- 19 45. Nan­ti­coke ( 1- 0) 15 8 16 13 — 52 N. Sch. ( 0- 1) ..... 10 12 12 11 — 45

3- point FGs: Lukowski, Himes 3, Wetzel 2, Wag­ner

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