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High school roundup: Blackhawk girls edge Central Valley in battle of top 5 teams in Class AAA

| Monday, Feb. 4, 2013, 10:16 p.m.
Christopher Horner
North Allegheny's Taylor Brennan battles Shaler's Lizzie Kline for the ball during their Section 3-AAAA game Monday Feb. 4, 2013 in Shaler. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review

Alexis Graham scored a team-high 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds to help Class AAA No. 1 Blackhawk edge No. 4 Central Valley, 63-56, in Section 2 on Monday night.

Chassidy Omogrosso chipped in with 16 points, six rebounds and five assists, and Bridgette Shaffer hit three 3-pointers and finished with 15 points for the victorious Cougars (20-0, 11-0). Madi Rowan led Central Valley (16-3, 8-3) with 27 points, and Seairra Barrett added 19.

Derry 56, Yough 14 — Courtney Meyer had 22 points as Derry (5-13, 4-7) won in Section 3-AAA.

Hampton 62, Freeport 11 — Sara Pilarski scored 21 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and blocked six shots for the Talbots (16-4, 11-0) in Section 1-AAA.

Mt. Lebanon 60, Baldwin 42 — Alex Ventrone scored 20 points, and Madeleine Collins added 13 for Class AAAA No. 1 Mt. Lebanon (19-2, 10-1) in Section 4. Nikki Corcoran led Baldwin (9-10, 4-7) with 16 points.

North Allegheny 40, Shaler 31 — Taylor Brennan scored 13 points as Class AAAA No. 3 North Allegheny (17-2, 10-1) won in Section 3.

Oakland Catholic 54, Seneca Valley 41 — Mara Fitzgerald scored 17 points to lead Oakland Catholic (9-11, 8-4) in Section 3-AAAA.

Bethel Park 46, Chartiers Valley 33 — Megan Marecic scored 15 points, and Sami Simpson chipped in with 14 to lead Class AAAA No. 2 Bethel Park (18-2, 10-1) in Section 4. Kassidy O'Keefe led No. 4 Chartiers Valley (14-6, 8-4) with 14 points.

Upper St. Clair 58, Peters Township 33 — Madison Serio scored 17 points, and Rachel Mazzie added 12 for Upper St. Clair (10-10, 5-6) in Section 4-AAAA.

Burrell 56, West Shamokin 27 — Sydney Bordonaro led Burrell (17-2, 9-0) with 19 points in a Section 1-AA victory. Kelsey Oddis chipped in 16 points for the Buccaneers, and Erika Finn registered 13.

Riverside 51, Mohawk 49 — Alex Deep scored 13 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, and Nicole Mansfield had 13 points and 10 rebounds for Riverside (12-8, 8-3) in Section 2-AA.

Seton-La Salle 81, Steel Valley 37 — Nicolete Newman scored a game-high 24 points and had 11 steals for Class AA No. 1 Seton-La Salle (19-1, 11-0) in Section 4.

Greensburg Central Catholic 63, East Allegheny 22 — Carolyn Appleby had 15 points to lead Greensburg Central Catholic (15-5, 10-1) to a Section 3-AA win.

Vincentian 58, Eden Christian 20 — Brenna Wise scored 16 points for Class A No. 1 Vincentian (21-0, 12-0) in Section 2.

Quigley 71, Sewickley Academy 26 — Kaitlyn Smith scored 14 points, and Kristen Jackson had 13 for Quigley (15-5, 11-0) in Section 1-A.

North Catholic 72, St. Joseph 50 — Lauren Wolosik matched her school record of 44 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Class A No. 3 North Catholic (13-7, 10-1) in its Section 2 win. Mallory Heinle led St. Joseph (10-12, 7-5) with 23 points.

Serra Catholic 66, Winchester Thurston 23 — Megan Sieg scored 13 points and Nicole Pero and Brooke McCallister each scored 10 for Class A No. 2 Serra Catholic (17-0, 9-2) in Section 4.

Gateway 45, West Mifflin 29 — Chelsea Richardson scored 12 points to pace Gateway (16-4) in its nonsection win.

Quaker Valley 59, New Brighton 33 — Sierra Perlik scored 27 points, grabbed five rebounds and had six steals to lead Quaker Valley (12-7) in a nonsection game.

Boys basketball

Jeannette 68, Springdale 23 — Jeannette extended its winning streak to four games, while Springdale (2-15, 0-10) lost its sixth straight in a Section 3-AA contest. Duke Brown led the Jayhawks (16-2, 9-1) with 23 points.

Mars 73, Freeport 47 — Matt Getsy finished with 19 points to lead No. 1 Mars (16-3, 10-0) to a Section 1-AAA win.

Robbie Miller had 18 for Freeport (8-9, 3-7).

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