Abbey Hearn scored a career-high 23 points as Kutztown defeated host Lock Haven 65-44 in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East game Wednesday night, extending its winning streak to eight games.
Naia Pulliam scored 11 and Alexis Smith had 10 for the Golden Bears (7-1, 14-3), who beat the Bald Eagles (3-6, 6-7) for the ninth straight time. Rylee Derr scored nine for KU, giving her 1,618 in her career, just five short of breaking Melissa McQuade’s school record. McQuade scored 1,623 points from 2007-11.
Ahnera Parker and Jackie Fetsko each scored 13 for Lock Haven.
Kutztown’s eight-game winning streak is one short of the school record.
Alvernia 66, Lebanon Valley 58: At Jack McCloskey Court, Kayla Williams scored 17 points to lead the Golden Wolves (1-4, 7-6) over the Flying Dutchmen (2-5, 7-9) in a MAC Commonwealth game.
Alvernia took control with a 12-0 run in the first half that turned a 12-9 deficit into a 21-12 lead. Lebanon Valley got no closer than seven the rest of the way.
Jordan Karmonick had 12 points and Tamia Wessels 10 for the Golden Wolves. Kate Fitzpatrick led the Dutchmen with 20 points.
Eastern 58, Albright 56: At Bollman Center, the Lions (3-3, 8-4) were unable to hold an 11-point, third-quarter lead in falling to the Eagles (3-3, 6-8) in a MAC Commonwealth game.
With 5:06 to go in the third quarter, Eastern called a timeout with Albright up 41-30. The Eagles scored eight straight after the timeout and started the fourth quarter down four. Camila Sosa scored a 3-pointer, a layup and a free throw to give Eastern a 48-46 lead in the opening minutes of the fourth.
Berks Catholic grad Abby Gaffney made a layup with 16 seconds left to cut the Lions’ deficit to 57-56. Eastern’s Jailyn Harris made 1-of-2 from the line with five seconds left, but Albright was unable to get off another shot.
Gabby Boggs had a team-high 21 points for the Lions. Sosa scored a team-high 21 points for the Eagles.
Source: Berkshire mont