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BOYS BASKETBALL

CLASS AAAA

Record Pvs

1. New Castle 10-0 1

2. Hampton 10-0 2

3. North Allegheny 10-0 5

4. Gateway 7-1 3

5. Bethel Park 9-1 4

Out: none

CLASS AAA

1. Chartiers Valley 8-0 1

2. Mars 9-2 2

3. Beaver 10-0 4

4. Montour 7-2 3

5. Uniontown 9-1 —

Out: Kittanning (10-1, 5)

CLASS AA

1. Beaver Falls 8-2 1

2. Jeannette 10-1 4

3. Greensburg CC 10-1 3

4. Washington 10-1 5

5. Seton-La Salle 9-2 2

Out: none

CLASS A

1. North Catholic 7-2 1

2. Vincentian 9-0 2

3. Union 9-1 4

4. OLSH 9-1 5

5. Lincoln Park 5-4 3

Out: none

GIRLS BASKETBALL

CLASS AAAA

Record Pvs

1. Bethel Park 9-1 3

2. Chartiers Valley 8-2 2

3. Mt. Lebanon 8-2 1

4. North Allegheny 7-2 4

5. Hempfield 9-2 —

Out: Fox Chapel (9-2, 5)

CLASS AAA

1. Blackhawk 10-0 1

2. Hopewell 9-1 2

3. South Park 9-1 3

4. Elizabeth Forward 10-1 4

5. Central Valley 8-0 5

Out: none

CLASS AA

1. Seton-La Salle 8-1 1

2. Bishop Canevin 9-0 2

3. Deer Lakes 10-0 3

4. OLSH 9-1 4

5. Burrell 6-1 5

Out: none

CLASS A

1. Vincentian 9-0 1

2. Serra Catholic 7-1 2

3. North Catholic 6-4 3

4. Carmichaels 9-1 4

5. California 9-1 —

Out: St. Joseph (6-4, 5)

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