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Elderton girls top Freeport

Leader Times
| Tuesday, January 18, 2011 12:00 a.m

Elderton sophomore Jill Glover made 13 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter to help the Lady Bobcats defeat host Freeport, 42-32, and secure sole possession of third place in Section 1-AA on Monday night.

Glover finished with a game-high 15 points, and Brianna Switzer added 13 for Elderton (9-4, 5-2). The Lady Bobcats played without senior Paige Baker, who missed the game with a possible concussion, and they lost junior forward Lauren Schultheis (6 points) to foul trouble early in the contest. But a 19-point final quarter made the difference for Elderton.

“I think there’s a lot of room for improvement yet, but that was a very gutsy win for us,” coach Jim Callipare said.

Jessica Aulicino led Freeport (6-7, 4-3) with 12 points.

> > Ford City 55, West Shamokin 21 — The Lady Sabers (9-4, 6-1) held West Shamokin (2-11, 2-4) to six second-half points in the Section 1-AA contest.

Ford City’s Ashlee Panchik sank two 3-pointers and made seven of nine free throws in a 17-point performance. Heather Davis chipped in 16.

Megan Schink scored a team-high seven points for West Shamokin.

> > Kittanning 53, Highlands 45 — Kittanning remained unbeaten in Section 1-AAA play with a victory on the road over Highlands (4-6, 1-3).

Leah McKelvey scored a game-high 19 points for Kittanning (10-3, 4-0), which trailed, 25-21, at halftime. Sara Ohm and Brittany Adams added 16 and 10 points, respectively.

Abby Hetrick led Highlands with 14 points, and Nikki Misejka added 12.

> > Apollo-Ridge 53, Leechburg 43 — Lexie Orlowski scored a game-high 20 points for the Lady Vikings (2-10, 1-5), who led, 27-21, at halftime of the Section 1-AA match-up.

Sarah Bonelli added 16 points, and Beth Schrecengost had 11 for Apollo-Ridge.

For Leechburg (1-13, 0-7), Elizabeth Mottillo had a team-high nine points, and Paula McCorkle added 8.

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