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Local roundup: Gregory's triple-double leads Jeannette past Derry

| Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, 9:51 p.m.

Ciara Gregory scored 27 points to eclipse 2,000 career points and lead Jeannette past Derry, 69-41, at the Westmoreland County Hoopfest.

Gregory, a senior, added 11 assists and 10 steals for Jeannette (15-6). Courtney Meyer's 10 points paced Derry (5-13).

Serra Catholic 50, Trinity 39 — Sisters Katie and Megan Steig scored 17 points each to lead Class A No. 2 Serra Catholic (10-2) over Class AAA Trinity (9-12). Lauren Simpson scored 12 points in the loss.

Upper St. Clair 63, Obama Academy 36 — Madison Serio scored 16 points and her sister, Jordan, tallied 10 to lead Upper St. Clair to the nonconference win over Obama Academy (10-7).

Emma Hasco added 12 points for Upper St. Clair (11-11), which jumped to a 29-10 lead in the first quarter. Aquila Youngblood scored 12 points for Obama Academy, which had its five-game winning streak snapped.

Monessen 46, Clairton 32 — Mariah Ward scored 24 points as Monessen (9-11, 6-4) won its fifth straight by defeating Clairton (7-13, 4-6) in Section 4-A. Justice Hall scored 13 points in the loss.

Deer Lakes 43, Quaker Valley 40 — Despite Sierra Perlik scoring 28 points and topping the 1,000-career point mark, Quaker Valley (13-8) fell to Class AA No. 4 Deer Lakes (18-3) in nonsection play. Becca Babinak scored 15 points and Christina Grzybek added 14 points for Deer Lakes, which erased a 25-20 halftime deficit.

OLSH 65, Cornell 44 — Jacqueline Mathews scored a game-high 23 points as OLSH (18-4) secured the nonsection win. Bri Van Volkenburg scored 21 points for the Chargers.

North Allegheny 57, Hempfield 44 — Megan Morningstar led all scorers with 14 points as Class AAAA No. 3 North Allegheny (19-2) won.

West Shamokin 44, Fort Cherry 38 — Jill Glover scored a game-high 23 points as West Shamokin (12-10) held off Ford Cherry.

Brentwood 52, South Allegheny 36 — Delaney Daly led all scorers with 23 points as Brentwood (9-13) eased past South Allegheny.

Boys basketball

Clairton 51, Monessen 38 — Bryan Clifford scored 23 points to eclipse 1,000 points as Clairton (13-6, 10-0) beat Monessen (9-12, 7-3) in Section 3-A. Pitt football recruit Tyler Boyd added 15 points for Clairton. Clifford has 1,018 points in his career.

South Fayette 49, Jeannette 47 — C.J. Rudisill recorded a double-double with 13 points and 16 rebounds as South Fayette (13-8) secured the nonsection victory. Duke Brown scored a game-high 26 points for Class AA No. 3 Jeannette (17-4).

Fort Cherry 63, Sewickley Academy 57 — Tyreke Brown had a game-high 24 points as Fort Cherry (4-18) captured the nonsection victory. Anthony Muscato scored 20 points for Sewickley Academy (8-12).

Brentwood 52, Avonworth 34 — Jason Pilarski scored a game-high 21 points as Brentwood (12-9) won.

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