Cumberland Valley used a 20-point second quarter to edge visiting Shippensburg on Saturday 58-52. The Eagles were the latest Carter Van Scyoc victim, as he finished with 21 points, but they got 15 from Ty Banach. Dylan Buzalka added 11 and Chris Wickens 10 in the home victory. The Greyhounds got 14 from Adam Houser. CV (9-11) is now the No. 12 seed in the District 3 Class 6A power rankings and faces Chambersburg and Carlisle over the next seven days.
Boiling Springs put three in double figures in a 72-51 home rout of Littlestown. Despite getting beat by 10 3-pointers on defense, the Bubblers were led by Dylan LaNou's 19 points. Grayson Hacker added 18 and Carson Myers 17 in a rebound performance after Friday night's stunning upset loss to James Buchanan. The Bubblers are fifth in the latest Class 4A power rankings.
Jake Perry had a game-high 23 points to lead Camp Hill to an 82-50 win over Williams Valley. Alex Landis added 15 and Jon Fagan had 12.