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Windber Rotary Tournament

Bishop McCort 64, Everett 30: In Windber, a 17-point night from Trystan Fornari led the Crimson Crushers as they easily passed the Warriors. Bishop McCort also saw Colby Cannizzaro contribute 14 points to the victory.

Ten points from Logan Shaw led Everett.

Windber 68, County 30 North of Bedford: At Windber, host Ramblers was trailed by Caden Dusack’s 16 points while Keith Charney scored 14 points and five steals and Aiden Gray had 10 points and four sweeps in a comfortable win over the Black Panthers.

Windber edged Northern Bedford County in every quarter, establishing a 34-14 lead in intermission.

Restore the Classic Roar

in Hollidaysburg

Altoona 56, Grand Johnstown 48: In Hollidaysburg, a 20-point effort by Ashton Neely helped the Mountain Lions fend off their longtime rivals the Trojans. Evan Alwine and Ashton Bardell each scored 10 points in the win.

Nahir Collins of Greater Johnstown scored 17 points while Elijah Smith scored 15 and Dontae Tisinger had 10 more.

Tyrone Tournament

Penn Cambria 70, Bellwood-Antis 31: In Tyrone, Garrett Harrold’s 11 points overtook the Panthers’ balanced offense as they pierced the Blue Devils.

A 22-5 bulge in the second quarter’s score helped Penn Cambria pull away before intermission.

Mason McCarthy added 10 points in the win.

Kiski region holiday tournament

Knoch 42, Ligonier 40 Valley: At Vandergrift, the Knights ‘Ryan Lang scored 22 points as a Rams’ first-round rally failed.

Jude Grzywinski, Matthew Marinchak and Haden Sierocky each scored 12 points for Ligonier Valley, who will face Yough on Wednesday.

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Claysburg-Kimmel tournament

First round

Bedford 48, Township of Conemaugh 21: In Claysburg, Natalie Lippincott’s 16 points paved the way for the Bisons as they claimed a first-round victory over the Indians. Bedford (4-1) took a 21-0 lead after a quarter and went from there. Sydney Taracatac’s 12 points also helped the Bisons, who kept all of Conemaugh Township’s scorers in single digits.

Kiski region holiday tournament

Knoch 68, Ligonier Valley 17: At Vandergrift, a 29-2 run for the Knights in the first quarter helped them put the Rams to work quickly. Madilyn Boyer’s 24 points led Knoch, who saw Nina Shaw score 15 points while Naturelle Ewing threw 11.

Haley Boyd of Ligonier Valley scored 11 in loss.

Out of tournament

Cambria Heights 54, buy line 39: In Patton, Sienna Kirsch set the tone for the Highlanders with 21 points while Maddie Bender provided 11 more in a win over the Red Dragons. Cambria Heights was leading 25-13 at halftime and escaped in the fourth.

Madison Scalese of Purchase Line led all scorers with 23 points.


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