Meadville Tribune


February 1, 2014

Bernarding, Cardinals roll past rival Tigers

COCHRANTON — Madison Bernarding did more than enough to lead Cochranton to a 57-16 win over Maplewood in Region 3 girls basketball action on Saturday.

Bernarding dropped in eight field goals and went 2 for 3 from the line to finish with a game-high 20 points for the Cardinals (11-4, 7-2 Region 3). Morghan Egli added 11 points, and Lexi O’Donnell chipped in with nine. Kendell Dickson scored eight in the win.

Alyssa Proper tallied eight points to lead the Tigers (0-14, 0-8).

Devils rout Northwestern

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — Nine players scored as Cambridge Springs cruised to as 48-16 win over Northwestern during non-region girls basketball action on Saturday.

McKayla Zilhaver scored a game-high 10 points to lead the Blue Devils (10-7). Taylor Baab added seven points and nine assists, while Amanda White contributed seven markers.

Thunder booms over Erie

ERIE — On Friday, Brooke Lewandowski lit up the stat sheet with 26 points, 15 rebounds, three steals and four assists, helping Calvary Baptist post a 52-38 victory over Erie First Christian Academy during a New-Penn Christian Conference girls basketball game.

Tabbie Eichler also had a substantial game for the Thunder, recording 20 points and eight rebounds. Mikayla Orndorff helped out on the glass as well, pulling down nine boards.

Erie First’s top scorer was Alexis Spizarny who scored 18 points.

Boys Basketball

Wilmington edges Sailors

NEW WILMINGTON — On Friday, Lakeview owned a 31-22 lead at the end of the first half. However, Wilmington ripped it away, winning the third period 22-9 en route to a 66-62 victory over the Sailors in a Region 2 boys basketball tilt.

The loss spoiled a big night for the Rice brothers. Brandon Rice led the Sailors with 21 points. Austin Rice was right behind him with 20 markers. Zach Van Dusen chipped in with eight points.

With the win, Wilmington improved to 11-7 overall and 6-2 in Region 2. Lakeview dropped to 6-11 on the season and 1-7 in the region.

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It’s too far gone to save, but it’s memory may be preserved with an artifacts and photo display within the proposed courthouse complex.
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