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High school roundup: Riverview upsets No. 3 Jeannette

| Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, 10:16 p.m.
Elizabeth Forward's Natalie Fekula attempts a layup over West Mifflin's Marla Small during the third quarter Monday, Jan. 21, 2013. (Ronald Vezzani Jr. | For the Daily News)

Four players scored in double figures as Riverview upset Class AA No. 3 Jeannette, 60-54, on Monday night in a Section 3 game in Oakmont.

Freshman Sadie Buchser and sophomore Bree Patsey each scored 15 points, senior Erin Lauff added 12 and sophomore Leah Sero chipped in 10 for the Raiders (10-6, 4-4), who led by 12 in the third quarter.

Ciara Gregory, the WPIAL's leading scorer, had 25 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter for the Jayhawks (10-5, 7-1).

Bishop Canevin 65, Steel Valley 39 — Erin Waskowiak scored a game-high 25 points as Class AA No. 2 Bishop Canevin (14-2, 7-1) earned a Section 4-AA victory.

Beaver 51, Freedom 39 — Lexi Posset scored a game-high 22 points as Beaver (13-1, 8-0) remained undefeated in Section 6-AA play.

Riverside 59, Shenango 30 — Alex Deep recorded a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds as Riverside (8-7, 5-2) won a Section 2-AA matchup.

Charleroi 45, Washington 30 — Linsey Wright scored a game-high 15 points as Charleroi (12-5, 7-1) earned a Section 5-AA win. Mya Gordon scored 15 for Washington (8-7, 5-3).

Bethel Park 46, Canon-McMillan 42 — Megan Marecic led all scorers with 19 points as Class AAAA No. 1 Bethel Park (14-1, 8-0) earned a Section 4-AAAA victory.

Chartiers Valley 59, Upper St. Clair 45 — Kassidy O'Keefe led all scorers with 18 points as Class AAAA No. 3 Chartiers Valley (12-4, 6-2) earned a Section 4 victory.

Mt. Lebanon 70, Peters Township 25 — Jordan Holmes led Class AAAA No. 2 Mt. Lebanon (15-2, 7-1) with a game-high 15 points as the Blue Devils earned a Section 4 victory.

North Allegheny 47, Oakland Catholic 33 — Taylor Brennan led Class AAAA No. 4 North Allegheny (13-2, 7-1) with 10 points as the Tigers earned a Section 3 victory.

South Park 64, Keystone Oaks 30 — Halie Torris led Class AAA No. 5 South Park (14-2, 9-0) with a game-high 19 points as the Eagles earned a Section 5-AAA win. Allison McGrath scored 17 for South Park.

Elizabeth Forward 46, West Mifflin 42 (OT) — Dana Buck scored 15 points and helped Class AAA No. 3 Elizabeth Forward (15-1, 7-0) outlast its Section 3-AAA rival in overtime to remain undefeated in section play.

Derry 44, Southmoreland 24 — Morgan Roble had 14 points to lead Derry (4-8, 3-5) in Section 3.

Indiana 48, Mt. Pleasant 26 — Audrey Stapleton scored 29 points as Indiana (10-5, 6-2) earned a victory in Section 3-AAA.

Hampton 65, Highlands 7 — Sara Pilarski's game-high 23 points helped Hampton (13-0, 8-0) earn a Section 1-AAA victory. Amanda Reese scored 14 points for the Talbots.

North Catholic 59, Trinity Christian 35 — Lauren Wolosik hit five 3-pointers and had 36 points to lead No. 3 North Catholic (10-6, 7-1) to a Section 2-A victory.

St. Joseph 44, Ellis School 20 — Mallory Heinle led all scorers with 18 points as St. Joseph (7-7, 4-4) earned a Section 2-A victory.

Franklin Regional 60, Greensburg Salem 49 — Maggie Kimmich scored 15 points to lead Franklin Regional (8-6) to a nonsection win. Karly Mellinger had 17, and Jayne Oberdorf added 16 for Greensburg Salem (12-4).

Carmichaels 66, Beth-Center 47 — Morgan Berardi scored 23 points, 10 assists and five steals to lead Class A No. 5 Carmichaels (14-2) to a nonsection win.

Boys basketball

OLSH 53, Bishop Canevin 35 — Ian Schrenk led all scorers with 12 points as Class A No. 5 OLSH (12-3) earned a nonsection victory.

Beth-Center 62, Avella 48 — Zach Miller led Beth-Center (8-7) with 19 points as the Bulldogs recorded a nonsection win.

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