Ringgold's Logan gets win as going-away gift
It was a quiet night around the Valley on the hardwood with only a few local teams in action.
Here's how things played out:
Ringgold 81, Yough 66
It was Pete Logan's final game as Rams' head coach Friday after announcing he was stepping down after the season.
Ringgold, which trailed by one at the half, responded with a 56-point second half en route to a season finale win at Yough, snapping a six-game losing streak.
Five players reached double figures for the Rams, led by Nico Law's 21 points. Brandon Gilliam added 20 and John Maldonado 16 for the Rams (3-18).
Donnie Henderson and Demetrius Louis each scored 10 points for Ringgold.
Yough (8-14) was led by the huge night of Ben D'Amico, who scored a game-high 31 points. Dom Miele chipped in 21 for the Cougars.
Elizabeth Forward 74,Belle Vernon Area 69
The Warriors clinched a playoff spot with the win over the Leopards.
EF (12-9, 6-6) finished Section 4 AAA play in a three-way tie for third place with East Allegheny and Steel Valley.
Jesse Kallam led the Leopards (3-18, 1-11) with 19 points. Ryan Thomas had 13 and Jake Sweitzer added 11.
Elizabeth Forward was led by Jaquan Davidson with 24 points, Matt Bernadowski with 15 and Austin Matta with 14,
The Warriors will travel to South Park for an non-section, playoff tuneup Monday.
Beth-Center 55, Bentworth 44
The Bearcats closed a disappointing season with a Section 5 AA loss.
Cody Levine scored a game-high 24 points and Chris Blackburn added 20 for Bentworth (7-14, 4-10).
The Bulldogs were led by quartet of scorers in double figures led by Adam Walters 17 points.
Zach Miller scored 15 for BC, while Ryan Beyer (12) and Anthony Gilpin (11) combined for 23 points.
Brownsville 87, Frazier 43
Tre Durkin and Cole Novotney each scored 16 points as the Falcons rolled by the visiting Commodores (6-14, 4-10).
Mike Murdock and Nick Despot each added 11 points for Brownsville (18-3, 13-1).
Frazier was led by Charlie Manack's eight points.