Local roundup: Cujas delivers in Ford City's win over Freeport
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Ford City junior Allyson Cujas continues to prove that she's one of the elite post players in the Armstrong and Alle-Kiski areas.
Cujas, a 5-foot-9 forward, finished with 24 points and 11 rebounds in the Sabers' 50-33 home win over Freeport in nonsection play Tuesday night.
Christina Davis scored 14 points for Class AA Ford City (10-7, 4-4), which led, 16-11, at halftime.
Zoe Sollis had a team-high 13 points for Class AAA Freeport (6-11, 4-6).
Wilkinsburg 86, Leechburg39 — Jacob Iellimo scored 16 points to lead Leechburg (7-9, 2-4), which had only one other scorer (Alex Sipolino, six points) with multiple field goals in the Section 4-A loss.
Ed Risher's 20-point performance ranked as the best for Wilkinsburg (9-7, 6-0), which had five double-digit scorers.
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