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Local college roundup: Pitt-Greensburg men topple Mt. Aloysius

| Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, 9:54 p.m.

Jay Grubb and Joe Mancini (North Allegheny) each scored 17 points, as the Pitt-Greensburg men's basketball team earned a 73-70 victory at Mt. Aloysius in AMCC play Tuesday night.

David Runco (Laurel Highlands) had 13, and Kyle Bondi (Moon) added 11 for the Bobcats (2-4, 1-2).

Catholic 79, Saint Vincent 74 — In Washington, D.C., Matt D'Amico (Fox Chapel) scored 22 points on 9 of 12 shooting, but Saint Vincent (5-2) dropped a nonconference game. Tom Kromka (Gateway) added 11 points and six rebounds.

Women's basketball

Allegany College of Maryland 80, Westmoreland CCC 70 — Macy Smolic (Freeport) had 23 points for Westmoreland CCC (7-2) in a nonconference loss. Mikala Misleany (Blairsville) and Lauren Felix (Derry) each scored 14.

Mt. Aloysius 66, Pitt-Greensburg 49 — Nadege Durand had 18 points and nine rebounds and Keley Oddis (Burrell) added 14 points and 15 rebounds, but Pitt-Greensburg (1-5, 1-2) lost an AMCC game.

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