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Action continues in St. Rita's Basketball League

| Friday, Jan. 24, 2014, 10:21 p.m.
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Former Penn State player, Gateway coach and Temple assistant Terry Smith was hired as the Nittany Lions’ defensive recruiting coordinator and cornerbacks coach. “For us to be able to get a buy with really strong Penn State ties on our staff was very, very important,” Penn State coach James Franklin said. “I’m excited about what he’s going to bring to the table.'

Chuck Wood scored 14 points, and Brant Bonadio scored eight points to lead Jackson Hewitt to a 22-16 victory over Attorney Richard Bower in St. Rita's Basketball League action.

Danny Bierer and Jared Hough scored six points each for Attorney Richard Bower, and James Sledge and CJ Reilly scored two each.

Health Insurance Store 8, Rotary Club 2 — Micah Small, Jason McBride, Clarence Nicholson and Elijah Brown scored two points each for Health Insurance Store.

Liam Youdell scored two points for Rotary Club.

Pediatric Associates 31, Ruff Cutt Timber 28 — Corey Minerd scored 10 points, and Joey Colbert scored nine points for Pediatric Associates. Blake Lancaster scored eight. Tyler Knopsnider and Caleb Dillon scored two each.

Treyvon Clayton scored 14 points, and Nathan Porterfield scored eight points for Ruff Cutt Timber.

Logan Visconti scored four points, and Dakota Fisher scored two points.

New Haven Hose 41, Dunbar Family Dental 18 Luke Mancuso scored 18 points, and Joel Lonigro scored 17 points for New Haven Hose.

William Addis scored four points, and Jagger Addis scored two.

Dyson Rogers scored 10 points for Dunbar Family Dental. Dylan Johnson scored six points, and Tommy Exton scored two.

Buddy the Builder 17, Homerun Graphics 6 — Shane Showman scored 15 points, and Dameon Nicholson scored two points for Buddy the Builder.

Logan Gonzalez scored four points, and Nathaniel Heinbaugh scored two for Homerun Graphics.

Gasbarro Insurance 27, DJ Macky D 23 — Coalby McNair scored 17 points for Gasbarro Insurance. Duncan Hartz scored seven points, and Cameron Kopf scored three.

Elijah Small scored 10 points, and Cameron Dodd scored five points for DJ Macky D. Bo Soisson and Matt Soisson scored four points each.

Girls

Cowboy's Place 8, Team Sopko 1 — Allison Blaney scored four points for Cowboy's Place. Ali Pearson and Erin Przybylinski scored two points each.

Hailey Kosisko scored one point for Team Sopko.

Zucco Vending 13, Stone & Company 10 — Dani Wormack scored five points, and Logan Johnson scored four for Zucco Vending. Ashley Ivan and Ashlyn Wandel scored two points each.

Maria Ruggerio and Elli Cook scored four points each for Stone & Company. J'Taya Pirl scored two points.

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