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February 11, 2014

Blue Devils too much for Eisenhower

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — Cambridge Springs kept pace in the playoff chase thanks to a 59-41 win over Eisenhower during Region 3 boys basketball action Tuesday.

Austin Porter poured in a game-high 18 points to lead the Blue Devils (7-12, 7-5 Region 3). Steve Reisenauer added 14 points and six assists, while Scott Duda and Tyler Fiely each contributed eight points.

Jarrett Johns scored 10 points for the Knights (12-7, 7-4).

Cards top Mercer

MERCER — Nick Dickson scored his 1,000th career point to lead Cochranton to a 52-40 win over Mercer in non-region boys basketball action on Tuesday.

Dickson scored a team-high 19 points for the Cardinals (18-3) to give him 1,006 points for his career. Logan Herzberger added a dozen points, while Garrett Adams notched eight points and 13 rebounds.

Jonathon Scheidhauer dropped in a game-high 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the Mustangs (11-10).

Panthers stop Muskies

SAEGERTOWN — Brad Amy and Scott Sada took the game over in the second and third quarters to lead Saegertown to an 87-61 win over Jamestown in non-region boys basketball play on Tuesday.

Up just three after the first, Amy scored his 12 points on four 3-pointers in the second quarter to help the Panthers (7-13) open up a 51-34 advantage at the half. Sada then poured in 12 of his team-high 20 markers in the third as Saegertown expanded its lead to 76-42. Mitchell Wood added 19 points, while Tyler Walters contributed 17.

Kyle Melton finished with 20 points to lead the Muskies (0-15), while Ryan Livingston added 16. Todd Depree chipped in with 11 in the loss.

Eagles soar past Tigers

GUYS MILLS — Conneaut outscored Maplewood 26-18 in the second half on its way to a 43-35 win on Tuesday in Region 3 boys basketball action.

Henry Litwin led the Eagles (6-12, 5-5 Region 3) with 12 points. Taylor Williams added eight points.

For the Tigers (3-18, 2-9), Dustin Delo had a 14-point, 15-rebound double-double. Miller Peters had 10 rebounds to go along with his six points.

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