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February 11, 2014

Blue Devils too much for Eisenhower

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CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — Panthers stop Eagles

HADLEY — Commodore Perry took a nine-point advantage through the first period of play and made the lead hold up for a 54-45 win over Vision Quest in Region 1 boys basketball action on Tuesday.

Jeremiah Small finished with 20 points to lead the Panthers (9-10, 2-4 Region 1), while Tanner Hildebran added 12 points and seven assists. Sean Britton chipped in with 11 rebounds in the win.

Jessie Robinson tallied a game-high 22 points to pace the Eagles (5-13, 4-4).

Thunder rout Tidioute

The Calvary Baptist boys basketball team used a huge game from Jared McCrillis, as the junior recorded a triple-double to lead the Thunder to a 60-35 home win over Tidioute Charter in a non-region contest on Tuesday.

McCrillis finished with 14 points, 16 rebounds and 10 blocks to lead the charge for the Thunder. He was flanked by Jacob Hough’s game-high 15 points and eight assists.

Calvary Baptist trailed at halftime by a point before outscoring Tidioute Charter 21-5 in the third quarter to pull away.

Cody Orndorff added 12 points for the Thunder in the win, which improved Calvary Baptist to 14-7 on the season.

Girls Basketball



Cardinals rout Sailors


COCHRANTON — Cochranton broke out to a 45-18 lead at the half and cruised home from there for a 68-27 win over Lakeview in non-region girls basketball action on Tuesday.

Madison Bernarding finished with a game-high 20 points to lead the Cardinals (15-4). Kendell Dickson flashed her all-around game with 13 points, seven rebounds and seven assists, while Morghan Egli contributed 10 points.

Lakeview falls to 5-16 with the loss.

Thunder tops CC

Calvary Baptist wrapped up a first-place tie with Bethel of Erie by rolling to a 54-33 win over Crawford Christian in New Penn Chriatian League girls basketball action on Tuesday.

Susanna Pjecha scored a career-high 34 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in her final home game for the Thunder (11-7, 9-2 NPCL). Brooke Lewandowski added 10 points and 12 rebounds, while Carleigh Copeland pulled down eight boards.

Lydia Gillette finished with 15 points to lead Crawford Christian.

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