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Carson Myers knocked down six 3-pointers, finished with 22 points and led Boiling Springs to a 45-41 victory over Mid-Penn Colonial contender Shippensburg on Friday night.

Myers' career night propels the Bubblers (9-4, 6-2) into a tie with the Greyhounds and two games behind Greencastle-Antrim (12-2, 7-0) in the division race.

He had at least one 3 in each quarter and finished 4-of-5 from the free-throw line to lead the team. 

"He was like an assassin, man," Bubblers coach Pat Dieter said in a phone call. "Every time we needed a bucket, he hit one."

Myers went one-on-one with Carter Van Scyoc, who finished with 22 points as well. But it was hard-earned. The Bubblers held a 24-17 lead at the half.

Dylan LaNoue added nine points, while Michael Wagner and Grayson Hacker impressed Dieter.

"We’ve been preaching all along, we still control our own destiny," Dieter said.

  • Big Spring picked up win No. 3 against James Buchanan this season, winning 64-61 as Trevor Moyer recorded his first ever double-double with a career-high 23 points and 10 boards. Ethan Lee added 11 points.
  • Cumberland Valley edged CD East on the road 58-53 behind 14 points from Max Reznitchenko and Ethan Levis. Ty Banach added 11 and Dylan Buzalka 12 for an Eagles squad (7-10, 5-5 Commonwealth) still playing the division tough.
  • Justin Gause knocked down 18 as Cedar Cliff (11-5, 8-2) smoked visiting Palmyra 46-25 to stay two games behind Hershey in the Mid-Penn Keystone.
  • Trinity got 14 points apiece from Sean Good, Matt Long and Jack Bucher, plus 12 from Patrick Walker in a 74-34 blowout against East Pennsboro. Long drained four treys, Good had a double-double with 10 rebounds and Kalen Veres added 10 boards.

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