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High school roundup: TJ girls win third straight section game

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Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, 11:38 p.m.

Thomas Jefferson defeated Brownsville, 66-52, to win its third consecutive Section 4-AAA game to move with a game of second place.

The Lady Jaguars (7-9, 4-3) opened up a 15-5 first-quarter lead en route to the victory.

Jesse Hinkle led all scorers with 15 points, while Alexis Yanief and Courtney Zoglmann added 11 each.

Hempfield 50, Norwin 42 — Rachel Keto's 12 points weren't enough as Hempfield (14-2, 9-0) used a big third quarter to remain in first place in Section 1-AAAA with a home win over Norwin (8-8, 6-3). Hempfield outscored Norwin, 18-11, in the decisive third quarter.

Uniontown 75, Yough 17 — Danesha Harris scored 16 points as Uniontown (12-2, 7-1) had little problem with Yough (6-11, 1-7) in Section 3-AAA.

Springdale 57, East Allegheny 33 — Springdale raced to a 38-4 halftime lead en route to a Section 3-AA win over East Allegheny (1-13, 0-8). Amanda Koprivnikar led Springdale (9-8, 4-3) with 13 points, while EA got nine from Ashley Hardner.

Bishop Canevin 66, Steel Valley 39 — Steel Valley got outscored, 18-6, in the second quarter to fall behind Bishop Canevin 36-16 and lost a key Section 3-AA game. Erin Waskowiak paced Canevin (14-2, 7-1) with 25, while Lacy Gori led Steel Valley (9-5, 4-3) with 10.

Serra 85, Northgate 24 — Serra led, 31-4, after the first quarter and cruised to its 12th straight victory with a non-section win at Northgate. Nicole Pero scored 15 and Megan Sieg 11 to pace Serra (13-1).

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