GIRLS ROUNDUP: Sem gets past GAR in overtime

GIRLS ROUNDUP: Sem gets past GAR in overtime

Alex Wesneski scored 10 of her 20 points in the fourth quarter and overtime Wednesday night as Wyoming Seminary overcame foul shooting difficulties to defeat GAR, 50-47, and clinch at least a tie for first place in Wyoming Valley Conference Division 3 girls basketball.

Mia Raineri added 12 points in the win.

Wyoming Seminary was 17-for-34 from the line.

Vanessa Luna led GAR with 15 points.

In other WVC girls games Wednesday:

Lake-Lehman 48, Berwick 38

Madison Borum scored 18 points to lead Lake-Lehman past Berwick for second place in Division 2 race and the upper hand in the wild-card race for the first conference playoffs.

Savannah Purdy added 12 points in the win.

Renny Murphy led Berwick with 17 points.

Nanticoke 46, Tunkhannock 28

Riley Baird scored 11 of her 14 points in the second half to lead Nanticoke to the Division 2 victory.

Annalise Verbeek led Tunkhannock with 10 points.

Holy Redeemer 64, Wyoming Area 14

Julia Andrejko scored 15 of her 17 points as Holy Redeemer remained unbeaten in the conference by jumping out to a 38-8 halftime lead in the Division 2 game.

Sam Yencha added 12 points.

Aleah Kranson led Wyoming Area with five points, all in the first half.

Dallas 54, Coughlin 11

Lauren Charlton scored 14 points and Deanna Wallace added 12 for Dallas in the Division 1 win.

Hazleton Area 46, Pittston Area 25

Hazleton Area added another win two days after clinching the Division 1 title.

Wyoming Valley West 51, Crestwood 35

Toni Amato scored 21 points to lead Wyoming Valley West in the Division 1 game.

Helena Jardine was Crestwood’s top scorer with 14 points.

Meyers 48, Northwest 33

Alana Germano went 11-for-13 from the line while scoring 14 points for Meyers in the Division 3 victory.