GREENSBURG – Junior forward/center Cody Spaid (Clearfield) continues to lead Pitt-Greensburg in three stat categories going into the final week of the season.
His 140 rebounds and 71 assists, a rare combination, are tops for the Warriors, who fell to 4-12 in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference with losses at Mount Aloysius 73-66 last Wednesday and to visiting Penn State Behrend 80-74 Saturday.
Spaid, who totaled seven rebounds, two rebounds, one steal and one block in those games, shares the Bobcat lead for blocks with 21.
He has scored 161 points, a 7.0 average for his 23 starts.
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DUBOIS — Junior Bernard Rauckhorst (Curwensville) and freshman Josh Terry (Curwensville) saw limited action as Penn State DuBois split two Pennsylvania State University Athletic Conference games last week.
Rauckhorst made his third start and had two points, two rebounds and one steal in the Lions’ 92-81 victory over Penn State Scranton Saturday that snapped an 11-game losing streak.
Terry had two points, one rebound and two steals in an 80-71 loss to Penn State Shenango last Wednesday.
Rauckhorst has scored 77 points with 55 rebounds, seven blocks, five assists and four steals in 22 games.
Terry has netted 46 points with 29 rebounds, 11 assists, 10 steals and six blocks in 16 games.
The Lions are 1-16 in the PSUAC and 5-18 overall.
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LA PLUME — Junior 197-pounder Travis Ogden (Clearfield) was the recipient of one of Keystone’s eight forfeits that allowed Lycoming to finish the regular season with a 51-3 win and a 14-4 record.
In one of the meet’s only two bouts, Warrior sophomore 141-pounder Josiah McClarren (Clearfield) lost 10-3 to Jason Jones.
Lycoming will be hosting the 20-team NCAA Division III Southeast Region Tournament Feb. 22-23.