Saegertown rallied in the fourth quarter to beat Lakeview 47-40 in a non-region girls basketball showdown on Thursday.
Sadie Mondi finished with a game-high 16 points to lead the Panthers (12-7). Jessica Tomiczek tallied 13 points, while Tori Eckart added 12 markers.
Raygen Fischer scored 13 points to pace the Sailors (5-16).
Steelers rout Muskies
JAMESTOWN — Farrell left nothing to chance against winles Jamestown, putting the game away early for a 72-39 Region 1 girls basketball victory on Thursday.
Whitney Murray poured in a game-high 19 points to lead the Steelers (7-14, 5-5 Region 1). Oriana Smith added 16 points, while Jarissa Shrper chipped in with nine.
Emily Robinson and Mikayla Keyser each had eight points to pace the Muskies (0-19, 0-9).
Lancers handle Wildcats
ALBION — General McLane jumped out to an 18-0 lead at the end of the first quarter on its way to a 62-23 win over Northwestern on Thursday in Region 4 girls basketball action.
Celeste Seidel led the Lancers with 18 points. Katie Rodrigues added 10 points for McLane.
CP wins second straight
HADLEY — Coming off an upset win of Vision Quest on Tuesday, Commodore Perry kept the momentum going with a 63-55 win over Rocky Grove in Region 1 boys basketball action Thursday.
Tyler McCracken poured in 18 points to pace the Panthers (10-10, 3-4 Region 1). Jeremiah Small added 14 points, while Cody Beachy chipped in with 12.
Nate White finished with a game-high 22 for the Orioles (7-12, 4-3). Garrett Gannoe contributed 19 points and Evan Sharp 11 in the loss.
’Dogs fall on road
ERIE — The Meadville swimming team dropped both sides of a Region 3 dual meet with Cathedral Prep and Villa Maria on Thursday at Erie East High School. Villa’s 122-47 win sent the girls to a 4-7 mark, while the boys squad falls to 4-8 with its 135-34 loss to Prep.
Mackenzie Webber and Heather Sternby each picked up wins for the Lady Bulldogs. Webber clocked in at 2:23.45 to win the 200 IM. Sternby won her laurels in the 100 free with a time of 58.11.
The boys squad went winless, but Eric Ziegler and Kerwin Moreland each posted a second-place finish. Zeigler finished the 200 IM in 2:14.80 for his runner-up performance. Moreland was second in the 100 free by touching the wall in 53.31.