FORESTVILLE - Kayla Mansfield had eight points and a team-high 15 rebounds in helping Pine Valley (10-8, 8-4) past Forestville (6-12, 2-9), 40-27, during CCAA Division 3 girls basketball action Wednesday night.
The Lady Panthers led 13-2 after the first quarter and 25-11 at the break, before outscoring the Lady Hornets, 17-16 in the second half for the win.
Laurel Killock chipped in a game-high 12 points while collecting five steals in the win. Also for Pine Valley, Alex Bentham had nine points.
OBSERVER?Photo by Lisa Monacelli
Pine Valley’s Alex Bentham (24) guards Forestville’s Ryanne Dugan?(10) during their CCAA?Division 3 girls basketball game Wednesday, in Forestville.
Alisha Szumigala had a team-high nine points while hauling down a game-high 20 rebounds for Forestville. Sydney Youngberg chipped in eight points and Jessica Makuch seven in the loss.
CCAA Division 1
ALCS 40, Fredonia 35
ALLEGANY - The Allegany-Limestone Lady Gators (9-9, 6-6) held off a game Fredonia (6-12, 5-7), 40-35, on Wednesday during the CCAA Division 1 girls basketball finale for both teams.
"I thought (Fredonia head coach Carol Zirkle's) girls played well," Allegany-Limestone head coach Frank Martin said. "They're always well coached and fundamentally sound."
The Lady Gators led 9-6 after the first quarter, pushing their lead to 21-10 at the break. Fredonia fought back in the second half, outscoring Allegany-Limestone, 13-10 in the third quarter, before coming all the way back to take the lead early in the fourth. But the Lady Gators proved to be too much, as the home team hit its free throws down the stretch.
"It was a typical game when you play Fredonia," Martin added.
Frankie Sysol had career-highs in points and rebounds, finishing with a team-high 13 points and eight rebounds.
"She played very well for them," Martin said of Sysol. "She was tough. She really brought them back, because she scored eight of her 13 points in the fourth quarter."
Bre Dahn chipped in eight points while Sarah Cruver hauled down nine rebounds to go with four points.
Abby Watson led the Lady Gators with 13 rebounds, adding 12 points and two blocks while Halee George poured in a game-high 15 points, adding seven rebounds.