High school roundup: EF girls defeat West Mifflin in double OT
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Kylie Owoc scored 17 points, including a 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds left in the first of a two-overtime Section 4-AAA battle as Elizabeth Forward defeated West Mifflin, 69-64, on Monday night.
The Warriors (5-0, 2-0), the No. 2 ranked team in Class AAA, also got a 17-point night from Natalie Fekula and 12 from Abigail Sporio.
Ciara Patterson led the No. 4-ranked Titans (3-2, 1-1) with a game-high 18 points.
Shaler 54, North Hills 31 — Abbey Conrad scored 15 points and Andi Lydon and Liz Kline scored 14 each for Class AAAA No. 4 Shaler (4-0, 1-0) in a Section 3 win.
Bethel Park 47, Canon-McMillan 45 — Samantha Simpson's 16 points and Harper Zimmer's 13 led the Black Hawks (5-0, 2-0) to a win in Section 4-AAAA.
Upper St. Clair 57, Chartiers Valley 43 — Elayna Kaylor's game-high 18 points led three Panthers in double figures in their Section 4-AAAA win.
Rachel Mazzie chipped in with 16 points and Diandra Conwell had 11 for Upper St. Clair (4-1, 1-1).
Hampton 72, Highlands 18 — Caitlyn Jameson had 15 points, and Lexi Griggs had 13 as Hampton (2-3, 1-0) won in Section 1-AAA.
Hopewell 56, Ellwood City 23 — Shaniya Rivers scored 15 points, and Desirae Ritmiller added 10 for the No. 5 Vikings (5-0, 2-0) in Section 2-AAA.
Ringgold 61, Waynesburg 27 — Marlena Schmidt scored 16 points and grabbed 22 rebounds to lead the Rams (4-1, 1-1) to their first victory in Section 4-AAA.
Thomas Jefferson 50, Brownsville 41 — Courtney Zoglmann and Paige Risley scored 13 points each for Thomas Jefferson (4-2, 1-0) in its Section 4-AAA win. Maris Seto led Brownsville (3-2, 0-2) with 13 points.
South Park 63, Keystone Oaks 36 — Class AAA No. 3 South Park (4-1, 2-0) got 18 points from Hailie Torris and 16 from Lindsey Noss in its Section 5 win.
Beaver 54, Freedom 29 — Lexi Posset scored a game-high 28 points for Beaver (3-3, 2-0) in Section 5-AA.
Washington 41, Charleroi 39 — Alexis Ashley had 13 points for Washington (4-1, 2-0) in Section 5-AA. Mia Woytovich led Charleroi (4-1, 1-1) with a game-high 16 points.
Springdale 44, East Allegheny 30 — The Dynamos jumped out to a 13-1 lead in the first quarter on the way to a victory in their Section 3-AA opener. Amanda Koprivnikar (13), Alex Gradwell (12) and Brittany Smajda (10) scored in double figures for Springdale (3-2, 1-0), and Cache Street tallied a game-high 23 points for East Allegheny (0-5, 0-2).
Bishop Canevin 60, Steel Valley 25 — Becca Turney scored 19 points, and Johnie Olkosky added 18 for the Crusaders (5-1, 2-0) in their Section 4-AA win. Cayley Labishak led Steel Valley (0-5, 0-1) with 15 points.
Quigley Catholic 59, Cornell 23 — Kristin Jackson scored a game-high 15 points, and Gabrielle Smith added 14 for Quigley Catholic in its Section 1-A win. Quigley Catholic (2-3, 1-0) led 36-11 at halftime.
North Catholic 62, Trinity Christian 20 — Sam Breen had 25 points to lead Class A No. 4 North Catholic in its Section 2 win. Abby Goetz also scored 10 points for the Trojanettes (3-2, 2-0).
Avella 61, Clairton 25 — Class A No. 5 Avella (4-0) took a 39-17 lead into halftime behind Kenna Drazich's game-high 18 points in a nonsection win.
Serra Catholic 56, Greensburg Central Catholic 55 — Nicole Pero led Class A No. 2 Serra Catholic (4-1) with 20 points and Megan Sieg added 10 in a nonsection win.
Seneca Valley 78, Perry 75 (OT) — T.J. Holl made a 3-pointer from the right wing with three seconds left in overtime to carry the Raiders (4-1) to a nonsection win.
Zach Snyder had a game-high 26 points and Holl added 18 and eight rebounds for Seneca Valley.
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