Corry's boys and girls varsity basketball teams took it on the chin on
Friday night, while Lady Beavers junior varsity team scored a stunning
The boys were no match for Meadville and all-star Armoni Foster. He scored
21 points in the first quarter, 31 in the first half and finished with 37 as
the Bulldogs drubbed the visiting Beavers, 71-31.
It was 28-7 after a quarter and 62-22 after three periods.
Brady Davis was high scorer for Corry with seven points. Brandon McCray hit
for five, including a 3-pointer in the forth quarter. Hunter Sokol hit a
3-ball in the first period.
"Meadville is a great team that we struggled against all night," said Corry
coach Tyler Bailey. "They are a scrappy all over you kind of team, with
athletes that can really play the game at a high level.
"Armani Foster had a great first quarter," he admitted. "It's tough going to
their place and getting beat up like we did, but we can bounce back and I
know we will against Oil City Monday."
In Corry, the Lady Beavers were down 25-15 at the half to Oil City and wound
up losing, 52-38.
Lexi Cubero had a career-high 12 pints, Haley Kurelowech with 11 and Rachel
Davia Fisher hit three points and Brooke Joncas was held to two.
The JV girls trailed Oil City 15-9 at the half, got within four points after
three quarters and outscored the Oilers 15-2 in the fourth to win going away,
Tessa Graham scored all eight of her points in the second half. Indy
Berkhous netted seven points, Baylee Roush six, Kyra Butcher five and
Haleigh Burlew four.
Corry's boys and girls look for their first varsity wins on Monday night.
The guys host Oil City while the Lady Beavers travel to Fairview.