High school roundup: Vincentian boys cruise to section win
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Tony DiNardo scored a game-high 23 points and added nine rebounds, nine assists and nine steals to lead Class A No. 2 Vincentian to an 83-54 win over Eden Christian in Section 2 action.
Jim Kenna and Ryan Wolf scored 16 and 14 points, respectively, for Vincentian (17-1, 8-0). Jordan Shavley's 11 points led Eden Christian (11-8, 2-6).
Gateway 57, Plum 40 — Delvon Randall scored 11 points, all in the second half, as No. 3 Gateway (12-4, 10-2) beat Plum (9-10, 5-7) in Section 2-AAAA action. Tommy Kroska added 10 points for Gateway, while Plum was paced by Nick Stotler's 10 points and five rebounds. Plum committed 27 turnovers; Gateway had 12.
Seton-La Salle 75, Fort Cherry 36 — Ryan Norkus scored a team-high 13 points to lead Class AA No. 4 Seton-La Salle (18-2, 10-0) to a Section 4 win. Levi Masua scored 12 points for the Rebels, while Fort Cherry (3-15, 1-9) was led by Zak Dysert's 14 points.
Bethel Park 54, Moon 40 — Kennedy Gilmore, Rohan Young, Cody Gilchrist scored 10 points apiece for Class AAAA No. 5 Bethel Park (15-4, 9-3) in a Section 4 victory. Kyle Bondi scored 16 points for Moon, while Nick Korzi added 11 points.
Uniontown 88, Southmoreland 46 — Jordan Pratt scored 22 points and Christian Kezmarsky added 21, as No. 4 Uniontown (15-2, 9-1) dropped Southmoreland (0-18, 0-11) in Section 3-AAA game. Uniontown led, 50-23, at halftime. Zac Black scored 14 points to pace Southmoreland.
South Park 78, Waynesburg 52 — In Section 5-AAA, Ryan Smider scored 22 points to lead four players in double figures for South Park, which clinched a playoff spot with the victory. Dan Wanker (11), Carter Grote (10) and Harry Zaremba (10) also scored in double figures for South Park (11-8, 6-5). Waynesburg (3-16, 0-11) was led by Adam Fox's 14 points.
Ambridge 50, Hollidaysburg 30 — Daylon Carter scored 21 points and Malik Walker added 13, as Ambridge (10-8, 5-5) defeated Hollidaysburg in nonconference play. Fred Ottaway scored 11 points in the loss.
Washington 53, Brentwood 46 — In Section 4-AA, Josh Wise scored 22 points to lead Washington (15-6, 7-4) past Brentwood (10-9, 5-6). Jason Pilarski scored 19 points for Brentwood.
Westinghouse 65, Monessen 61 — Robert Bailey, who was one of three players to reach double figures, scored 28 points to lead Westinghouse (10-7) to a nonsection win. Aaron Lyons (11) and Steffon Naylor (10) also scored in double figures for Westinghouse. Justice Rawlins scored 28 points for Monessen (7-10), while Clintell Gillaspie finished with 23 points.
Monessen 45, Westinghouse 42 — Mariah Ward scored 24 points to lead Monessen (6-11, 3-4) to a nonsection win against Westinghouse (11-8, 5-2). Lashae Stinson and Brittany Jackson each scored 13 points to pace Westinghouse.
Carlynton 47, Cornell 36 — Hannah Murray, who made five 3-pointers, scored 15 points to lead Carlynton (11-8) to a nonsection win. Legla Isak added 10 points. Cornell (10-8) was led by Mason DePetro's 18 points.
PIAA Competitive Spirit Championship — Butler won the Small Division title at Herseypark Area. North Allegheny, Pine-Richland and Franklin Regional reached the finals in their respective divisions.
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