Local roundup: Elizabeth Forward boys cruise to victory
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Austin Matta scored 22 points, and Jaquan Davidson added 18 as Elizabeth Forward (1-0) opened with a 62-29 win over Southmoreland at the Brownsville Falcon Fest on Friday.
Serra Catholic 62, Fort Cherry 51 — George Prota had 20 points, and Max Kaminsky had 16 to lead Serra Catholic (1-0) at its host tournament.
East Allegheny 70, Quigley 63 (OT) — East Allegheny (1-0) outlasted Quigley in overtime for a win at the Serra Catholic Tournament. The Wildcats' Jordan Williams led all scorers with 28 points.
Pine-Richland 66, Woodland Hills 56 — In the Pine-Richland Tournament, Tom Greene and Charles Tarrant scored 17 points apiece, but Woodland Hills (0-1) fell to the host team.
Norwin 43, Mt. Pleasant 26 — Matt Stewart scored 14 points and had 15 rebounds and four assists to lead Norwin (1-0) to a victory at the Penn-Trafford tournament. Curtis Perz added 16 points.
McKeesport 67, Seton-La Salle 58—McKeesport defeated Seton-La Salle in the opening game of the Hempfield Tip-Off Tournament. Mikell Moore led the Tigers with 12 points.
Serra 70, Wilkinsburg 19 — Lesilie Hoye had 12 points for No. 4-ranked Serra Catholic (1-0) at its host tournament.
Elizabeth Forward 62, Derry 13 — Abigail Sporio and Dana Buck each scored 12 points for EF in a victory.
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