FORESTVILLE - Dani Reinwald's 19 rebounds helped the Clymer Lady Pirates to a 49-32 win over the Forestville Lady Hornets in CCAA Division 4 girls' high school basketball Thursday.
In addition to her rebounding total, 11 coming off the offensive board, Reinwald added 13 points for a double-double and had five steals. As a team, Clymer (8-1) had 25 offensive rebounds, giving them plenty of second-chance points.
"We had a great week of practice and then we had no practice yesterday," Forestville coach Sierra Finch said. "It killed us. I think with practice, our offense would have been more productive and it would have been a whole different game."
Forestville (3-8) started off behind, down 14-3 after one quarter of play, and was losing 27-11 by halftime. The Lady Pirates again outscored the Lady Hornets, 9-7, in the third quarter and were able to match Forestville's 14-point fourth with a 13-point total of their own.
For the Lady Hornets, Sydney Youngberg had a double-double with 10 points and as many rebounds, Alisha Szumigala added 13 rebounds and three points, Jessica Makuch chipped in with five rebounds and four points and Taylor Tierney had four points and three assists.
Along with Reinwald, Rebecca Skinner gave the Lady Pirates 10 rebounds and added four points, Lauren Eggleston had 11 points and four steals and Grace VanEarden chipped in with seven points and three assists.
Clymer travels to Ellicottville on Monday to take on the Lady Eagles while Forestville travels to West Valley today.