Gavyn Barnes and Ki Barnes went shot for shot, leading Carlisle with 21 points each in a 59-51 home win against Central Dauphin on Friday night.

Gavyn was 11-of-13 from the free-throw line, where he did most of his damage. Ki, coming off a 29-point night against Cumberland Valley on Tuesday, knocked down nine shots from the field, including a pair of 3-pointers.

Howie Rankine chipped in nine in the win. 

The Thundering Herd (7-5, 6-2 Commonwealth) stay two losses behind unbeaten State College in the division race.

  • Cedar Cliff maintained a two-game deficit in Mid-Penn Keystone play with a 57-51 win at Bishop McDevitt. Gerald Jarmon III and Patrick Wiestling each had 17 points and combined for five 3-pointers.
  • For the second division game in a row, Cumberland Valley made a team favored to win work hard. Harrisburg edged CV 57-52 at home, but not before the Eagles held a one-point lead at the half. J.D. Drury led the Eagles with 10 points on a night when five different players had at least eight.
  • Shippensburg blasted visiting Northern 72-42 behind 24 points from Carter Van Scyoc and 14 from Adam Houser. The backfield mates in football each had a pair of treys. Shippensburg (10-1, 6-0 Colonial) moved one game ahead of Greencastle-Antrim (9-2, 5-0) in the division. The teams play each other Monday at Greencastle.
  • Connor Trumpy had 14 points in Camp Hill's 53-47 win over East Pennsboro. Braden Fries had 13 for the Panthers.
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