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Local roundup: Glover, West Shamokin fall short in scoring duel

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Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, 12:12 a.m.
 

A scoring duel broke out in the WPIAL Class AA preliminary-round girls playoff game between West Shamokin and Neshannock on Friday night at Highlands.

Jill Glover and Madison McHale went head-to-head in the points total, and McHale came out on top, as did her team.

Neshannock (12-11) used a third-quarter rally to pull out a 47-38 win over West Shamokin (12-11), which led by five at halftime.

McHale made nine of 10 free throws during a 28-point performance for the Lady Lancers, who outscored West Shamokin, 13-2, in the third quarter. No other Neshannock player had more than five points.

Glover sank three 3-pointers and finished with 26 points for West Shamokin. Lizzy Cornish followed with six points.

West Shamokin was making just its second playoff appearance in the program's history.

Washington 36, Ford City 32 — Up, 16-11, at halftime in the Class AA preliminary-round game, Ford City (14-9) was outscored by Washington, 16-5, in the third quarter in the loss.

Christina Davis scored 12 points and Allyson Cujas added 11 to lead the Lady Sabers.

Maya and Tajah Gordon finished with 13 and 12 points, respectively, for Washington (13-10).

Boys basketball

Mapletown 48, Leechburg 29 — Down by six entering the fourth quarter, Leechburg (8-13) faded in the Class A preliminary-round loss.

Kevin Ridgley made four 3-pointers and had a game-high 22 points for Mapletown (7-16).

Chris Swank led the Blue Devils with 15 points.

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