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Schifino participates in Roundball Classic

| Tuesday, April 23, 2013, 11:18 a.m.
Aaron Loughner | For the Penn Hills Progress
Senior Gloria Schifino looks to drive on a Gateway defender on Friday, Jan. 18, 2013. Schifino participated in the 2013 Roundball Classic at Geneva College on April 20 as a member of the Class AAAA All-Stars.

Penn Hills Lady Indian senior Gloria Schifino was among 13 players named to the Class AAAA All-Stars team in the 2013 Roundball Classic, held April 20 at Geneva College in Beaver Falls.

The AAAA team was coached by Bethel Park's Jonna Burke. They played the Class AAA team, losing 57-51. Schifino went 2-for-2 with 4 points.

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