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DuBOIS — With 4:50 left in Tuesday night’s boys varsity basketball game between Ridgway and DuBois Central Catholic, the Cardinals held a nine-point led over the visiting Elkers. But an 11-0 run by Ridgway helped send it to overtime and Elker Domenic Allegretto hit a corner three at the buzz…

JOHNSONBURG — The Brockway boys basketball team took a five-point lead into the fourth quarter Tuesday night in Johnsonburg, but the Rovers couldn’t finish off what would have been a second straight victory and instead watched as the host Rams went home victorious, 46-39.

BROCKWAY — The Brockway Lady Rovers have been playing their best basketball of the season since the start of the new year, and that trend continued in a 49-38 victory against Karns City Saturday on what proved to be a record-setting afternoon for senior Selena Buttery.

DuBOIS — Four quarters weren’t enough to settle Thursday night’s back-and-forth battle between Harmony and DuBois Central Catholic, and in the end it was the visiting Owls who pulled out a hard-fought 70-66 victory in overtime at the Varischetti Sports Complex.

HYDE — The Clearfield Lady Bison girls basketball team held the DuBois Lady Beavers to just nine first half points en route to a 39-25 victory Thursday night.

PUNXSUTAWNEY — There was no shortage of thrilling shots when the Punxsutawney boys basketball team hosted Elk County Catholic on Wednesday night.

DuBOIS — It wasn’t pretty at times, but the St. Marys Lady Dutch did enough on the offensive end while controlling the boards to capture a 27-20 defensive battle against DuBois Tuesday night in a matchup of two of the top teams in the area.

BROCKWAY — On Monday night, the Curwensville Lady Tide basketball held a 10-7 lead over Brockway late in the first quarter. But from there, the Lady Rovers took over and outscored the Lady Tide 53-22 the rest of the way for a 60-32 victory.

DuBOIS — The DuBois Central Catholic and Venango Catholic girls basketball teams both entered their matchup Monday night at the Varischetti Sports Complex coming off tough losses last week.

BROCKWAY — The Brockway girls basketball team used a huge second quarter to seize control of its game against Brookville Thursday night, then held off the visiting Lady Raiders in the second half to come away with a 46-33 victory to move back over the .500 mark.