Fox Chapel's Huwar wins Cager Classic 3-point shooting contest
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The Cagers Classic was held this past weekend at Highlands High School and Fox Chapel Area High School's Nate Huwar brought home a trophy.
Huwar, a senior, won the 3-point contest at the Skills competition on Friday. He won the West contest with 13 points and kept up his torrid pace in the finals as he beat Kittanning's Sterling Henry, 12-8.
In the girls hot shot contest, FC's Rachel Ranii finished third for the East with 23 points while Alexa Yaksich had 18 points.
The East-West games were held on Saturday. Huwar scored two points as his West team fell to the East by a 93-83 score. In the girls game, Yaksich scored 12 points and Ranii had three as their East team picked up a 71-60 win.
Huwar will have one more all-star game to play in.
He was chosen to play in the Champions Association All-Star Game which will be played at Penn Hills High School at 5 p.m. on April 7. Fox Chapel coach Zach Skrinjar and his staff will coach the WPIAL team which will face the City League all-star team.
Marty Stewart is a sports editor for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-782-2123 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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