CLAYSBURG — Claysburg-Kimmel got its first win of the season with a 71-64 victory over visiting Juniata Valley, Friday.

The teams were tied at 36-36 at the half, but Claysburg outscored the Green Hornets, 35-28, in the second half for the win.

Parker Dibert had 21 points to lead four Bulldogs in double-figure scoring. Wyatt Buell added 17, Owen Bradley scored 13, and Nathan Maslanik hit for 10.

Claysburg hosted Bellwood on Monday and will welcome Williamsburg on Tuesday.

CLAYSBURG-KIMMEL 71, JUNIATA VALLEY 64

Juniata Valley 13 23 13 15 — 64

Claysburg-Kimmel 19 17 15 20 — 71

Juniata Valley (64): Chris Deihl (3) 2 1-2 14; Connor Robinson (2) 1 2-2 10; Jake Johnson (1) 3 0-1 9; Garry Beck (1) 4 2-2 13; Reid Edwards 3 2-4 8; Charlie Mattas (1) 0 0-0 3; Eli McFadden 3 1-2 7. Totals: (8) 16 8-13 64. Claysburg-Kimmel (71): Parker Dibert (7) 0 0-2 21; Wyatt Buell (5) 1 0-0 17; Nathan Maslanik (1) 2 3-4 10; Zeke Barr 1 1-2 4; Owen Bradley 6 1-2 13; Mason Patton (1) 1 0-0 5; Silas Barr 0 0-0 0; Zach Cleveland 1 0-0 2. Totals: (14) 12 5-10 71. JV: Claysburg-Kimmel, 38-31. High scorers: Eli McFadden, Jake Johnson, Kendan Beck, JV, 6 each; Ethan Mauk, CK, 15.

Penn Cambria 54, Bedford 29 Bedford 75, Bishop McCort 67

Bedford lost its first game of the season on Friday, 54-29, and bounced back on Saturday to beat Bishop McCort, 75-67.

The Bisons scored only two points in the first and last quarters as Penn Cambria jumped out to a 31-11 halftime lead.

Mercury Swaim led the Bisons with 11 points.

On Saturday, Steven Ressler hit for 40 points in the win over Bishop McCort. Swaim added 13 for the Bisons.

PENN CAMBRIA 54, BEDFORD 29

Bedford 2 9 16 2 — 29

Penn Cambria 14 17 13 10 — 54

Bedford (29) – Steven Ressler 2 0-0 4; Joey Koontz 2 0-0 4; Mercury Swaim (1) 4 0-0 11; Ethan Weber 0 0-2 0; Kevin Ressler 0 0-2 0; Max Washington (2) 1 0-0 2; Spencer Ebersole 0 0-0 0; Zach Vent 0 0-0 0; Trent Price 0 0-0 0; Luke Sell 0 0-0 0; Dalton Chamberlain 0 0-0 0; Justin Arnold 0 0-0 0; Loegan Carpenter 0 0-0 0; Josiah Weyandt 0 0-0 0. Totals: (3) 10 0-4 29. Penn Cambria (54) – Brodie O’Donnell (1) 1 0-0 5; Kyle Reese 0 0-0 0; Vinnie Chirdon 1 0-0 2; Connor Karabinos 7 0-2 14; Jake Tsikalas 2 0-1 4; Mason McCarthy 2 0-0 4; Garrett Harrold (3) 4 2-2 19; Zach Grove 0 0-0 0; Carter Smith 2 2-2 6. Totals: (4) 19 4-7 54. JV – No report.

BEDFORD 75, BISHOP McCORT 67

Bedford 17 21 18 19 — 75

Bishop McCort 14 18 10 25 — 67

Bedford (75) — Steven Resssler (6) 7 8-10 40; Joey Koontz (1) 0 0-0 3; Mercury Swaim (1) 4 2-2 13; Ethan Weber 1 2-3 4; Kevin Ressler (1) 1 0-0 5; Max Washington 1 1-4 3; Spencer Ebersole 1 2-2 4; Brett Wilson (1) 0 0-0 3; Zach Vent 0 0-0 0. Totals: (10) 15 15-21 75. Bishop McCort (57) — Trystan Fornari (1) 6 3-5 18; Amir Ortega-Andrews 91) 4 2-5 13; Zane Dudinack 0 1-2 1; Dylan Crocco 3 7-8 13; Mason Nash (1) 3 3-5 12; Ethan Kasper 2 0-1 5; Austin Duncan 1 0-1 2; Brock Beppler (1) 0 0-0 3. Totals: (4) 19 17-28 67. JV – Bishop McCort, 51-38. High Scorers: B – Trent Price, 10; BM – Aden Burkhart, 13.

Everett 55, Southern Fulton 51 So. Huntingdon 64, Everett, 47

EVERETT — The Everett boy’s basketball team split two ICC home matchups this weekend by topping Southern Fulton on Friday, 55-51, and falling to Southern Huntingdon, 64-47, on Saturday.

Against Southern Fulton, Everett put three players in double-digit scoring and another had nine. Calvin Iseminger led the way with 15 points, while Isaac Mearkle hit for 11 and Brandon Mills added 10. Josiah Seese also scored nine.

Josh Morris had 23 points on seven three-pointers to lead the Indians.

In the loss to Southern Huntingdon, the visitors held a 29-27 lead after the first half, but the Rockets outscored the Warriors, 35-20 in the second half to roll to the win.

The Warriors were led by Seese, who had 14 points.

Everett is at Tussey Mountain on Tuesday.

EVERETT 55, SOUTHERN FULTON 51

Southern Fulton 14 11 11 15 — 51

Everett 13 10 17 15 — 55

Southern Fulton (51) — Kasey Fitz 1 0-0 2; Josh Morris (7) 1 0-2 23; Luke Fitz 3 1-2 7; Zach Price 0 2-2 2; Konner Pittman 1 0-0 2; Dane Harvey (6) 1 0-1 15. Totals: (3) 12 3-7 51. Everett (55) — Isaac Mearkle (3) 1 0-0 11; Josiah Seese (1) 1 4-6 9; Brandon Mills 5 0-0 10; Dylan Jesk 3 0-2 6; Calvin Iseminger (1) 5 2-4 15; Clinton Russell 1 2-2 4. Totals: (5) 16 8-14 55. No JV.

SOUTHERN HUNTINGDON 64, EVERETT 47

Southern Huntingdon 13 16 15 20 — 64

Everett 18 9 6 14 — 47

Southern Huntingdon (64) — Payton Grissinger 0 0-0 0; Owen Winter 1 0-0 2; Nate Myers (1) 2 2-3 9; Braedon North 0 0-0 0; Dawson Booher (1) 1 2-2 7; Ethan Taylor (1) 4 4-4 15; Lance Carbaugh 5 0-0 10; Riley Snyder 10 1-2 21. Totals: (3) 23 9-11 64. Everett (47) — Isaac Mearkle (1) 0 0-0 3; Josiah Seese (3) 2 1-2 14; Brandon Mills 3 0-1 6; Dylan Jack 3 3-3 9; Calvin Iseminger (2) 1 0-0 8; Clinton Russell 1 0-0 2; Ethan Murphy 0 0-0 0; Logan Shaw 0 0-0 0; Ryan Hicks 0 0-0 0; Kason Hinish 0 0-0 0; Casey Weaver (1) 1 0-0 5. Totals: (7) 11 4-6 47. No JV.

Chestnut Ridge 70, Central Cambria 53 Richland 63, Chestnut Ridge 56 OT

FISHERTOWN — Chestnut Ridge split a pair of games with LHAC foes by toppling Central Cambria, 70-53, on Friday and losing in overtime on the road to Richland, 63-56, on Saturday.

Against Central Cambria, the Lions jumped out to a 27-5 first-quarter lead and cruised to the win.

Matt Whysong and Lucas Nicodemus each had 19 for the Lions, while Nate Whysong scored 11 and Luke Mickle added 10.

Richland outscored Ridge, 14-7, in the overtime period to get the win. Matt Whysong had 10 to pace the Lions, while Christian Hinson came off the bench to score 16.

The Lions traveled to Bishop Carroll on Monday and will host Northern Bedford on Wednesday.

CHESTNUT RIDGE 70, CENTRAL CAMBRIA 53

Central Cambria 5 18 12 18 — 53

Chestnut Ridge 27 19 18 6 — 70

Central Cambria (53) — Luca Tsikalas 3 0-0 6; Hobbs Dill 1 2-2 4; Jace Koss 1 0-0 2; Daric Danchanko 4 0-0 8; Nate Wyrwas (2) 4 2-4 16; Ian Little (2) 2 4-4 14; Will Westrick 0 3-4 3. Totals (3) 15 11-14 53. Chestnut Ridge (70) — Matt Whysong (2) 4 5-9 19; Lucas Nicodemus (1) 5 6-8 19; Luke Mickle 2 4-4 10; Logan Pfister 1 0-0 2; Nate Whysong (1) 4 0-0 11; Hayden Little (1) 1 0-0 5; Christian Hinson 3 0-0 6; Noah Deremer 0 0-0 0; Isac Kaufman 0 0-0 0; Spencer Allison 0 0-0 0; Dylan Gibbner 0 0-0 0; Gage Dunlap 0 0-0 0; Braden Ickes 0 0-0 0; Carter Garrett 0 0-0 0; Aiden Schuyler 0 0-0 0; Reese Wissinger 0 0-0 0. Totals (5) 20 15-21 70. JV – No Report.

RICHLAND 63, CHESTNUT RIDGE 56 OT

Chestnut Ridge 9 8 15 17 7 56

Richland 12 10 12 14 14 — 63

Chestnut Ridge (56) — Matt Whysong (1) 4 9-12 20; Lucas Nicodemus 2 0-0 4; Luke Mickle (1) 0 0-0 3; Logan Pfister (2) 0 0-2 6; Nate Whysong (1) 1 2-3; 7; Hayden Little 0 0-0 0; Christian Hinson (2) 4 2-2 16. Totals (7) 11 13-19 56. Richland (64) — Charlie Levander 4 0-0 8; Josh Stern 1 1-2 3; Kellan Stahl 0 2-4 2; Trent Rozich 7 13-16 27; Sam Penna (1) 2 5-8 12; Bryce Batche 5 1-3 11; Tyler Kane 0 0-0 0. Totals: (1) 19 22-33 63. JV – No report.

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