High school roundup: Montour's Wilson surpasses 1,000 career points in victory
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Devin Wilson scored 17 points to top the 1,000-point mark in his career, as Class AAA No. 2 Montour (3-0) cruised past Moon, 80-58, in a nonsection game Tuesday night. Wilson — who ended the night with 1,008 career points — had help from Lamantae Harrison, who scored 17 points and Rob Julian's 14. Nick Korzi led the Planets (2-1) with 17 points.
Hampton 59, Mars 58 — Ryan Luther, who had 17 points, hit the game-winning layup with seconds remaining to lead Class AAAA No. 2 Hampton (3-0) to a nonsection win over Class AAA No. 3 Mars (2-1).
North Allegheny 63, Mt. Lebanon 60 — Sean Hennigan scored 12 points and Luke Soyster had 10 for the Class AAAA No. 5 Tigers (3-0) in their nonsection win.
Seneca Valley 51, Knoch 36 — Easton Eazzoli scored 20 of his game-high 22 points in the second half for Seneca Valley (2-1).
North Hills 81, Shady Side Academy 53 — Mark McIntyre scored 17 points and Danny White had 16 in the Indians' (2-2) nonsection win.
Pine-Richland 57, Blackhawk 45 — C.J. Jackson scored 12 points and Dean Steliotis added 11 for the Rams (3-0) in their nonsection win.
South Fayette 77, Keystone Oaks 69 — Evan Bonnaure scored a game-high 29 points and C.J. Rudisic added 15 for South Fayette (1-0, 1-0) in a Section 5-AAA game.
Serra Catholic 84, Summit Academy 64 — Max Kaminsky hit six 3-pointers and George Prota had 22 points for Class A No. 4 Serra Catholic (3-0) in its nonsection win.
Norwin 66, Monessen 56 — Curtis Perz scored 17 points and Matt Stewart added 13 for Norwin (2-1) in the Mike Rettger Tournament at Franklin Regional.
Baldwin 41, Connellsville 39 — Arnez Bajgora followed up a steal with a layup with one second left in overtime to lift Baldwin (3-1) to a nonsection win.
New Castle 64, Butler 48 — Malik Hooker scored 19 points, while Antonio Rudolph and Shawn Anderson added 12 and 11, respectively, to pace Class AAAA No. 1 New Castle (3-0, 1-0) to a Section 3 win.
Peters Township 49, Allderdice 47 — Tim Swoope hit the go-ahead 3-pointer, as Peters Township (2-1) won a nonsection contest.
Canon-McMillan 60, Latrobe 56 — Led by Jake Cadez's 22 points, the Big Macs (3-1) earned a nonsection win. Matt Cullen had 19 points for Latrobe (1-2).
Quaker Valley 68, Fort Cherry 47 — Burke Moser scored 19 points, and John Bernard added 15 to lead Quaker Valley (3-0) to a nonsection win.
Seton-La Salle 78, Carrick 31 — Ryan Norkus scored 16 points, and Levi Masua and Malik White added 12 each to lead Seton-La Salle (2-1) to a nonsection win.
Chartiers Valley 51, Canon-McMillan 44 — Mariah Wells had 14 points, and Allexa Golden added 12 to lead the Class AAAA No. 2 Colts (2-0, 1-0) to a Section 4 victory.
Steel Valley 51, West Mifflin 46 — C.C. Dixon scored 22 points, and Sydney Smith had 20 as Steel Valley (3-1) earned a nonsection win.
Leechburg athletic director Mark Jones said he made a mistake by scheduling St. Gertrude's, a CYO team not affiliated with a school, to play in Leechburg's basketball tip-off tournament.
By playing St. Gertrude's, boys teams from Leechburg and Winchester Thurston violated WPIAL and PIAA rules that prohibit teams from playing opponents that are not “sponsored and controlled by a public or private school or any not belonging to the PIAA.”
Leechburg forfeited its win. The WPIAL will have a board review of the situation next week and likely will impose sanctions against both programs.
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