Vanlues Treg Price, right, shoots over Arcadias Shae Watkins in Fridays Blanchard Valley Conference game at Arcadia. Arcadis used a 21-8 second-quarter edge to post a 62-49 victory. (Photo by Stefeni Rowland.)
Vanlues Treg Price, right, shoots over Arcadias Shae Watkins in Fridays Blanchard Valley Conference game at Arcadia. Arcadis used a 21-8 second-quarter edge to post a 62-49 victory. (Photo by Stefeni Rowland.)

VAN BUREN — Drew Johnson and Cooper McCullough combined for eight 3-pointers and 35 points Friday night as Pandora-Gilboa held off Van Buren 63-57 in Blanchard Valley Conference boys basketball.
P-G (5-12, 5-4 BVC) led 16-10 after one quarter, held Van Buren to five second-quarter points and enjoyed a 41-30 margin after three periods. Van Buren (12-4, 7-2), though, used a 27-22 margin in the fourth to keep it close.
Johnson hit five treys and had a game-high 21 points, while McCullough’s three 3-pointers led to 14 points. He also had five rebounds and two steals.
Riley Larcom finished with 14 points as well.
Ryan Turner and Riley Adolph, who canned four 3-pointers, each had 14 points for Van Buren. Marcus Brand added 11 points and Braxton Fasone had five rebounds. Turner recorded two steals and four assists.

pandora-gilboa (5-12, 5-4 bvc)
Huffman 1-0–2, Wauters 0-0–0, Breece 2-3–7, McCullough 4-3–14, Johnson 7-2–21, Larcom 7-0–14, Dunlap 0-0–0, Murphy 1-2–5. TOTALS: 22-40 10-15–63.
van buren (12-4, 7-2 bvc)
Brand 5-0–11, Fasone 3-3–9, Turner 5-4–14, Kelley 3-0–6, Bell 1-0–3, Adolph 5-0–14. TOTALS: .
Pandora-Gilboa 16 13 12 22 — 63
Van Buren 10 5 15 27 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Pandora-Gilboa 9-20 Johnson 5, McCullough 3, Murphy); Van Buren 6-18 (Adolpha 4, Brand & Bell).
rebounds: Pandora-Gilboa 18 (McCullough 5); Van Buren 11 (Fasone 5).
turnovers: Pandora-Gilboa 8, Van Buren 6.
junior varsity: Van Buren, 49-36.

ARCADIA 62
VANLUE 49
ARCADIA — Arcadia’s dominant second quarter led the Redskins to a 62-49 win over Vanlue in Friday’s Blanchard Valley Conference boys basketball action.
Chad Baker led Arcadia (8-10, 2-7 BVC) with 16 points, Shae Watkins chipped in 13 points and Clay Renz added 11.
Caleb Bonham led all scorers with 18 points and eight rebounds for the Wildcats (0-19, 0-9), while Jacob Kloepfer scored 12 and Troy Ward pitched in 10 points with team-highs of nine rebounds and five assists.
vanlue (0-19, 0-9 BVC)
Bonham 6-6–18, Kloepfer 4-0–12, Ward 4-0–10, Price 2-1–5, Keeney 1-0–2, Ross 1-0–2. TOTALS: 19-49 7-11–49.
arcadia (8-10, 2-7 BVC)
Baker 4-7–16, Watkins 5-3–13, Renz 3-2–11, Recker 4-1–9, Pessell 2-0–5, Metzger 1-0–3, Reinhart 1-0–3, Love 1-0–2. TOTALS: 21-50 13-23–62.
Vanlue 11 8 12 18 — 49
Arcadia 14 21 12 15 — 62
3-Point GOALS: Vanlue 6-17 (Kloepfer 4, Ward 2); Arcadia 7-25 (Renz 3, Metzger, Pessell, Baker & Reinhart 1).
rebounds: Vanlue 30 (Ward 9, Bonham 8); Arcadia 28.
turnovers: Vanlue 15, Arcadia 9.
junior varsity: Arcadia, 46-33.

LIBERTY-BENTON 73
RIVERDALE 39
MOUNT BLANCHARD — Anthony Masterlasco and Nathan Craft combined for 43 points as Liberty-Benton trumped Riverdale 73-39 in Friday’s Blanchard Valley Conference boys basketball action.
Masterlasco led all scorers with 23 points on 9 of 11 shooting for the Eagles (13-4, 8-1 BVC) while Craft scored 20.
Levi Stauffer led the Falcons (4-14, 1-8) with 10 points and Isaiah Hicks grabbed six rebounds.
liberty-benton (13-4, 8-1 BVC)
Masterlasco 9-4–23, Craft 8-3–20, May 4-0–11, Osborne 2-0–5, Green 2-0–4, Schimmoeller 2-0–4, Linhart 1-0–2, Stump 1-0–2, Hendel 1-0–2. TOTALS: 30-56 7-10–73.
riverdale (4-14, 1-8 BVC)
Stauffer3-4–10, Dusseau 4-0–9, Hankins 3-0–9, Miller 1-0–3, Hough 1-1–3, McElree 0-2–2, Hughes 1-0–2, Stoops 0-1–1. TOTALS: 13-39 9-14–39.
Liberty-Benton 16 26 21 10 — 73
Riverdale 10 12 11 6 — 39
3-Point GOALS: Liberty-Benton 6-14 (May 3, Masterlasco, Osborne & Craft 1); Riverdale 4-14 (Hankins 3, Miller 1).
rebounds: Liberty-Benton 31 (Schimmoeller & Hendel 6); Riverdale 22 (Hicks 6).
turnovers: Liberty-Benton 8, Riverdale 17.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 42-25.

NORTH BALTIMORE 71
CORY-RAWSON 41
RAWSON — North Baltimore dominated every quarter Friday in an easy 71-41 win over Cory-Rawson.
Julian Hagemyer’s 21 points led all scorers, Chad Wright added 17 and Sean Watson had 16 for North Baltimore (11-7, 5-4 Blanchard Valley Conference). The Tigers build leads of 24-14 in the first quarter and 40-25 at halftime, and continued the run after intermission, outscoring Cory-Rawson (3-14, 2-7) 31-16 in the second half.
Ethan Misamore had 12 points for Cory-Rawson.

NORTH BALTIMORE (11-7, 5-4 bvc)
Hagemyer 7-4–21, Watson 6-1–16, Cotterman 1-0–2, B. Naugle 2-0–4, Wright 6-5–17, Brian 3-1–9, Rader 1-0–2. TOTALS: 26-55 11-17–71.
CORY-RAWSON (3-14, 2-7 bvc)
Ritter 4-0–12, Abell 1-0–2, Misamore 5-2–12, Tuttle 2-3–7, Snyder 0-1–1, Edwards 1-0–3, Kisseberth 2-0–4. TOTALS: 15-59 6-11–41.
North Baltimore 24 16 17 14 — 71
Cory-Rawson 14 11 6 10 — 41
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 8-16 (Hagemyer & Watson 3, Brian 2); Cory-Rawson 5-15 (Ritter 4, Edwards).
rebounds: North Baltimore 28; Cory-Rawson 31.
turnovers: North Baltimore 13; Cory-Rawson 16.

ARLINGTON 43
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 39
ARLINGTON — Logan Speyer was the leading scorer and Matt Glick recorded a double-double to help Arlington rally for a 43-39 victory over Hopewell-Loudon on Friday in boys basketball play.
The Red Devils (11-7, 7-2 BVC) trailed 29-27 after three quarters in a game where both teams were in single digits in the first two quarters.
But the Red Devils used a 16-10 fourth-quarter margin to gain the victory over the Chieftains (6-11, 4-5).
Steyer led the Arlington offense with 16 points and four blocks. He also had seven rebounds, but Glick dominated on the glass with 10 rebounds, including nine at the defensive end. Glick also had 12 points and three assists.
Garrett White’s 19 points and five rebounds led Hopewell-Loudon. Jackson Sebetto added eight points and had three assists.

hopewell-loudon (6-11, 4-5 bvc)
White 8-0–19, Sebetto 3-2–8, G. Sadler 1-2–4, Williams 2-0–4, H. Sadler 1-0–2, Ardner 1-0–2, Botle 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-39 4-8–39.
arlington (11-7, 7-2 bvc)
Speyer 8-0–16, Glick 3-6–12, Crawford 3-0–9, Insley 2-0–5, McDowell 0-1–1, Durliat 0-0–0, Jordan 0-0–0, Kessler 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-36 7-12–43.
Hopewell-Loudon 4 9 16 10 — 39
Arlington 8 4 15 16 — 43
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 3-9 (White 3); Arlington 4-12 (Crawford 3, Insley).
rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 16 (White 5); Arlington 26 (Glick 10, Speyer 7).
turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 6, Arlington 7.

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