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Kutztown women give Janet Malouf her 400th coaching win

Casey Remolde scored 15 points and Rylee Derr had 11 points and 11 rebounds as the Kutztown women beat West Chester 64-53 Wednesday night at Keystone Arena to give coach Janet Malouf her 400th career win.

The Golden Bears (4-1, 11-3) moved into a tie for first place in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division with Shepherd.

Malouf has a 400-338 record in her 27th season at Kutztown. She’s the active leader for coaching wins in the PSAC and is fourth all-time behind Edinboro’s Stan Swank (581), Millersville’s Mary Fleig (523) and West Chester’s Deidre Kane (447).

Alexis Smith scored 11 points and had four steals for the Bears, who led 32-21 at halftime, and Annie Whalen had 11 points. Remolde also had six rebounds and two blocked shots.

Alexa Abbonizio scored 19 points for West Chester (1-5, 3-9) and Leah Johnson had 12 points and nine rebounds.

Eastern 70, Alvernia 59: At St. Davids, Mikayla Wright had 18 points and 11 rebounds as the Eagles (1-3, 4-8) beat the short-handed Golden Wolves (0-4, 6-6) in a MAC Commonwealth game.

Camila Sosa and Jaelyn Harris each had 14 points for Eastern, which led 32-27 at halftime and never trailed in the second half.

Taliyah Malone had 17 points and two steals for Alvernia, which had just six players available to play because of COVID-19 issues. Jordan Karmonick had 16 points, eight rebounds and three assists and Cathryn Kramer had 14 points, 13 rebounds and five blocked shots.

Malone, Kramer and Jannelle Robinson each played all 40 minutes, and Karmonick played 39.

Men

Albright 69, Widener 68 (OT): At Bollman Center, Isaiah Harris made a jumper with 13 seconds left in overtime as the Lions (1-3, 5-7) rallied from a 15-point deficit to beat the Pride (1-4, 5-7) in a MAC Commonwealth game.

After Pat Holden made 1-of-2 free throws with 34 seconds to go, Eric Chamberlain passed to Harris for the game-winner. Holden missed a jumper as time expired.

Harris’ rebound basket with 32 seconds left in regulation capped Albright’s comeback from a 55-40 deficit with 10:38 left.

Harris finished with 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Lions, Sidney Brown had 18 points and Jordan Guerrero had 11 points and 16 rebounds.

For Widener, Matt Daulerio had 19 points and former Gov. Mifflin standout Jared Peters had eight points and five rebounds.


Source: Berkshire mont

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