Jordan Best, Number Of Other KSAC Athletes Have Good Showings In Clarion County YMCA Senior Basketball Games
The second annual Clarion County YMCA Senior All-Star Basketball Games were held on Sunday (April 3rd).
Team Buttery was victorious in the girls’ game, defeating Team Ruhlman, 79-64. Team Ruhlman won the boys’ game, 100-86.
Clarion Area’s Jordan Best scored six points for Team Ruhlman in the girls’ game. Other girls from the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference (KSAC) who contributed to Team Ruhlman’s scoring were North Clarion’s Gwen Siegel with seven points; Union’s Keira Croyle with four points; and Clarion-Limestone’s Frances Milliron with two points.
Unions Dominika Lougue had a big game for Team Buttery, with seventeen points.Her Union teammate, Hailey Kriebel had five points. Redbank Valley’s Madison Foringer and Claire Clouse scored six and three points respectively.
Coudersport’s Liz Frame, from Team Buttery, who had a game high twenty-two points, was the Girls’ MVP.
Redbank Valley’s Bryson Bain had eight points for victorious Team Ruhlman.
Redbank Valley’s Marquese Gardlock led the KSAC players on Team Srock, with twelve points, with Redbank Valley teammate following with eight points. Keystone’s Bret Wingard contributed four points.
Team Srock’s Easton Fulmer from Franklin had a game-high twenty-three points.
Warren’s J.T. Blum, from Team Ruhlman, who finished with seventeen points garnered the Boys’ MVP honors.
(Congratulations to Jordan and all the others who competed in this year’s Clarion County YMCA Senior All-Star Basketball Tournament!!!!)
(Info thanks to D9and10Sports.com.)