High school roundup: Seton-La Salle downs Class AAAA No. 3 Gateway
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Dale Clancy poured in 31 points as Class AA No. 3 Seton-La Salle (2-0) earned a 68-65 win over Class AAAA No. 3 Gateway on Saturday in the championship of the Peters Township Tournament.
Delvon Randal and Thomas Kromka scored 19 and 17 points, respectively, for Gateway (1-1).
Brentwood 47, South Park 46 — Matt Yasko hit two free throws with no time left on the clock after drawing a foul at the buzzer to secure a win for Brentwood (1-1) in its tipoff tournament consolation game. Dan Wanker led all scorers with 27 points for South Park (0-2).
Central Valley 65, Moon 51 — Matt Kline scored 18 points to lead Class AAA No. 4 Central Valley (2-0) to victory at the West Allegheny Tournament.
North Hills 85, OLSH 67 — At the North Hills Tournament, Shawndale Jones scored 23 points as the host team defeated Class A No. 3 OLSH (0-2). Camoron Johnson scored a game-high 27 points for OLSH.
Hampton 74, Norwin 34 — Ryan Luther led all scorers with 30 points as Class AAAA No. 1 Hampton (2-0) won in the Penn-Trafford Tournament.
New Castle 88, Perry 34 — Anthony Richards set school records for most 3-pointers (9) in a single game and most 3-point field goals in a career (205) as Class AAAA No. 2 New Castle (2-0) won its host tournament. Richards scored 27 points for the Red Hurricanes.
Obama Academy 69, UpperSt. Clair 67 — Tournament MVP DJ Porter scored 25 points to lead Obama Academy (2-0) to the Upper St. Clair Tournament championship.
Peters Township 39, Altoona37 — J.C. Brush hit a driving layup with one second left to give Peters Township (1-1) a consolation game victory in its host tournament.
Vincentian 91, Butler 85 — Ryan Wolf scored 20 of his 38 points in the second half as Class A No. 2 Vincentian (2-0) won the Butler Tournament.
Baldwin 48, McKeesport 32 — Nicole Corcoran scored 12 points as Baldwin (2-0) won the McKeesport Tournament. Amanda Johnston added 11 points for the Highlanders.
Beaver 51, New Brighton 10 — Lexi Posset scored 29 as Class AA No. 2 Beaver (2-0) beat host New Brighton (0-2).
Bethel Park 56, Hempfield 42 — In the championship of the Bethel Park Tournament, Mia Mattes scored 13 and Harper Zimmer added 11 to lead the host Black Hawks (2-0) to victory. Lexi Irwin had 14 for Class AAAA No. 6 Hempfield (1-1).
Blackhawk 63, Greensburg CC 49 — Chassidy Omogrosso scored 28 points as Class AAA No. 1 Blackhawk (2-0) won its tournament title over Class AA No. 5 Greensburg CC (0-1).
Mt. Lebanon 60, North Allegheny58 — Christine Ehland scored a game-high 21 points as Mt. Lebanon (2-0) won in the North Allegheny Tournament. Taylor Brennan recorded 17 points for the Tigers (1-1).
North Catholic 53, OaklandCatholic 50, OT — Sam Breen and Evelyn Brazil scored 16 and 15 points, respectively as Class A No. 4 North Catholic (1-1) won at the Oakland Catholic Tipoff Tournament. Taylor McCorkle led all scorers with 22 points for the Eagles (1-1).
Peters Township 65, Central Valley 35 — Maddison Kerr scored 38 points as Peters Township (1-1) beat Central Valley (1-1) in the Fort Cherry/Montour Tournament. Kiana Law scored 28 for Central Valley.
Vincentian 70, Serra Catholic60 — In the championship game at the Serra Catholic Tipoff Tournament, Brenna Wise scored 31 to lead Class A No. 1 Vincentian (2-0) past No. 2 Serra (1-1). Danielle Dindak had 21 points for the Eagles.
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