PINE GROVE -- Valley Wetzel's Megan Ueltschy eclipsed the 1,000-point mark in the Lumberjills 64-48 victory over Clay-Battelle on Saturday.
Ueltschy scored 19 points, giving her 1,007 for her career, and also had 11 rebounds for a double-double in the game. Ueltschy is also closing in on the 1,000-rebound mark.
Ueltschy scored 10 straight points in the second quarter to reach the mark and help Valley jump to a 33-13 halftime lead.
"She knew she was getting close, and she got psyched and said 'Give me the ball,'" Lumberjills coach Larry Weekley said. "And the kids knew it, and they gave her the ball."
Valley remains atop the Mason-Dixon Conference standings at 5-0 and is 6-1 overall. Heather Brown also scored 19 points for the Lumberjills and had five assists and six steals. Sheena Kinkade scored 10 points. Ashley Wade led Clay-Battelle (2-4, 2-2) with 13 points.
n NORTH MARION 60, R.C. Byrd 51: Danaca Menas scored 32 points as North Marion held off Robert C. Byrd.
Keisha Bowsman scored 17 points for the Eagles (2-4), and teammate Casey Sutton followed with a season-high 14.
n TYLER CONSOLIDATED 65, Liberty 19: Tyler (3-3) broke open the game with a 25-0 third quarter to down Liberty (0-6).
Brenna Hagerty led Tyler with 12 points, while Myriah Hisam followed with 10 points.
Shayna Foley led Liberty with nine points.
n ST. MARYS 49, Hundred 44: St. Marys (3-5) held off Hundred, outscoring the Hornets, 27-23, in the second half. Misty Blavos led St. Marys with 16 points
n SOUTH HARRISON 53, Valley Wetzel 41: Ty Garcia scored a career-high 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead South Harrison to its first victory of the season.
The Hawks (1-3) took a 30-11 lead at halftime and never looked back.
"We had a nice first half to hold them to 11 points," South Harrison coach Robert Shields said. "Ty had a strong second and third quarter, and the kids did a good job of getting him the ball.
"We're getting better. We still need more game experience, but it was good getting that first win."
Mike Hull led the Lumberjacks (0-4) with 17 points, and teammate Randy Street added 13.
Ryan McWhorter chipped in nine points for the Hawks