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W.Pa. roundup: OLSH boys improve to 8-1

| Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, 10:20 p.m.
OLSH's Ian Schrenk scores past South Side Beaver's Lucas Collett during their game Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2012 in Coraopolis.
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Christopher Horner
OLSH's Ian Schrenk scores past South Side Beaver's Lucas Collett during their game Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2012 in Coraopolis. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review

Led by Cameron Johnson's 21 points, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart defeated South Side Beaver, 68-35, on Wednesday night in a nonsection contest. Nick Metz and Ian Schrenk scored 13 and 12 points, respectively, for Class A No. 5 OLSH (8-1). South Side Beaver (4-7) was led by Jon Magusiak's 16 points.

Beaver Falls 69, Blackhawk 48 — Elijah Cottrill led Beaver Falls (7-2) with 25 points, and Zach Miller chipped in 12 on four 3-pointers to lead the Class AA No. 1 Tigers. The loss dropped Blackhawk to 4-5.

Washington 51, Bishop Canevin 40 — Josh Wise scored a game-high 28 points to lead Washington (8-1, 3-0) to a Section 4-AA win. Bishop Canevin (3-5, 1-1) was led by Jake Seligman's 21 points.

Kittanning 65, Ford City 48 — Class AAA No. 5 Kittanning (10-0) used a 25-2 surge in the third quarter to defeat Ford City in a rivalry that dates to 1910. Sterling Henry led Kittanning with 21, and Jesse Sequeira had 21 for Ford City (2-8).

North Hills 63, Hopewell 52 — Mark McIntyre had 17 points to lead North Hills (4-6) to a nonsection win. Dylan Mitchell, and Joel Pepmeyer added 15 and 12 points, respectively, for North Hills. Hopewell (2-7) was led by Ryan Cox with 13 points.

Altoona 63, Latrobe 62 — Latrobe had the ball with 7 seconds left but could not make the final shot as Altoona won a nonsection game. Altoona (6-3) was led by Manny Span with 21 points and DaShae Lee with 17. Latrobe (5-4) got 13 points each from Matt Cullen and Blake Reeping.

Ambridge 65, Aliquippa 57 — Daylon Carter led all scorers with 20 points to pace Ambridge (4-4) to a nonsection win. Malik Walker chipped in with 15 for Ambridge. Malik Stewart led Aliquippa (2-4) with 16 points, and Dajon Terry added 14.

Brentwood 51, South Allegheny 40 — In nonsection play, Jason Pilarski scored 21 points to lead Brentwood (5-4) to a victory.

McKeesport 67, Norwin 56 — Daryn Simmons scored 26 points as McKeesport (6-3) won a nonsection game. Matt Stewart had 28 points for Norwin (6-3).

Riverview 74, St. Joseph 59 — A 44-point second half for Riverview was enough to overpower St. Joseph as Zach Lesnick scored 18 points and had six steals for Riverview (4-5).

Shane Scott registered 16 points and six steals for the Raiders. John Arcuri led St. Joseph (4-6) with 14 points.

Girls basketball

Hopewell 56, Baldwin 32 — Hopewell moved to 8-1 behind Shatori Walker-Kimbrough's game-high 24 points. Amanda Larkin scored 10 points for Baldwin (3-5).

Mars 38, Mohawk 35 — Sara Getsy scored 15 points, and Daniella Taras added 10 to lead Mars (5-4) to a nonsection win. Shelby Brown scored 16 points for Mohawk (7-3).


Connellsville 69, Elizabeth Forward 9 — Tyler Kenney (106 pounds), Dan Leonard (113), Ethan Kenney (138), Tyler Steele (145), Dale Provance (152) and Dylan Miller (220) each had pins to lead Connellsville (5-0) to a Class AAA Section 2-A victory. Luke Etzel (126) and Luke Fornier (182) had wins for Elizabeth Forward (0-2).

Greensburg Salem 64, Penn-Trafford 16 — In Class AAA Section 1-B, Chris Eddins (106 pounds), Luke Mangery (113), Josh Armstrong (120), Zach Sistek (145), Raistlin Willett (182) and Anthony Cable (195) had pins to lead Greensburg Salem (6-1, 3-0) to a victory.

Southmoreland 60, Charleroi 12 — Tyler Lynch (106 pounds), Jake Virgin (120), Evan Myers (126) and Jorden Beltz (132) had pins, and Southmoreland won six matches by forfeit en route to a Class AA Section 2-B victory.

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