Lauren Smith vs. Brookville

Redbank Valley’s Lauren Smith (24) races up the court with Brookville’s Morgan Johnson giving chase during Monday’s game. Brookville beat the Lady Bulldogs, 74-49.

NEW BETHLEHEM — Twin sophomore sisters Morgan and Madison Johnson did the damage in the Brookville Lady Raiders basketball team’s 74-49 non-league win on the road at Redbank Valley Monday night.

Both had career-high scoring nights. Morgan scored 19 of her 23 points in the first half while Madison had 12 of her 14 points in the second half as the Lady Raiders pulled away with a 26-point second quarter and led 39-20 by halftime.

Redbank Valley (6-13) put two players in double-figure scoring as well with Lexi Holt and Tara Hinderliter scoring 21 and 13 points respectively.

The Lady Bulldogs were scheduled to visit Keystone Wednesday, weather-permitting, and then close out the regular-season schedule Friday at home against Moniteau and at Kane in a non-league trip next Wednesday.

In Monday’s other game:

Clarion 62,

Union 52

At Clarion, the Lady Cats got a big game from Kait Constantino, who scored 25 points to lead them past the visiting Damsels.

Wendy Beveridge scored 14 points while Sadie Rudesyle added nine points.

For the fifth time in seven games, Frankee Remmick turned in a 20-point game with 26 points. Bryn Davis and Hannah Atzeni scored 13 and nine points respectively.

Their third straight loss dropped the Damsels to 7-13 going into Wednesday’s trip to A-C Valley. Friday, they close out the regular-season schedule at home against Keystone.

In last week’s games:

FRIDAY, Feb. 2

A-C Valley 69,

Redbank Valley 33

At Foxburg, the visiting Lady Bulldogs ran into a strong game by the hosts who put four players in double-figure scoring.

Cami McNany had 19 points while Ellie Thompson went for 12 points. Brooke Irwin and Kylee Eaton scored 11 and 10 points respectively.

Tara Hinderliter scored 17 points and Lexi Holt finished with nine points to lead the Lady Bulldogs.

Karns City 57,

Union 17

At Karns City, the Damsels ran into the district’s top scorer in Emily Hegedus who scored a season-high 33 points.

Bryn Davis’ five points actually led the Damsels, whose leading scorer Frankee Remmick was held to no points.

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