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High school basketball

Visiting Cambridge Springs claimed a pair of girls basketball wins over Eisenhower on Thursday, prevailing 45-9 in the opener and 57-24 in the second game.

Maddie Yanc led the visitors with 25 points in the opening game and posted 20 in the second contest.

In Game 2 Lilly Smyth had 8 points and Faith Donnell 8 for the Knights.

Delaney Chase had six rebounds and an assist, Mackenzie Dunn five rebounds and three steals, and Smyth six rebounds in Game 1.

In Game 2 Dunn had eight rebounds, and assist and a block, Donnell six rebounds and two blocks, while Chase had three rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block.

Junior high basketball

Logan Crissey and Chase Sitler combined for 20 points in fourth quarter and overtime and Beaty’s eighth-grade boys basketball team overcame a 12-point deficit with four minutes to go in a 53-51 overtime win over Eisenhower on Thursday at Warren Area High School.

Beaty outscored Eisenhower, 21-10, in the fourth, and Crissey’s 3-pointer with seconds to go in regulation sent the game into OT. Sitler’s 3-pointer to open the overtime period held up.

Crissey finished with 18 points and Sitler 16. Reid Olsen added 5 points and Grady Corey and David Huffman 4 each in the win. Case Seymour and Tanner Lookenhouse led Ike with 14 points each and Gavin Lindemuth had 13.

Crissey had 16 points, Tage Wyman 8 and Ian Munksgard 7 in Beaty’s 45-25 seventh-grade win. Austin Bennett led Ike with 8 points, and Derek Guiher and Bryceton Wilkins chipped in 6 each for the Knights.

Bowling

In the Tuesday Night Ladies League at Valley Bowling Center Cindy Reasbeck hit a 188-472, Lynn Olsen 194-526 and Michelle Enos 185-536.

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