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High school roundup: Class AAA No. 4 Uniontown boys edge Gateway

| Monday, Dec. 23, 2013, 9:51 p.m.
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
North Catholic's P.J. Fulmore drives to the basket between North Hills' Shawndale Jones (24) and C.J. Paulauskus during their game Monday, Dec. 23, 2013, at North Catholic.

Jordan Pratt went 3 for 3 from 3-point range and finished with a game-high 25 points to lead Class AAA No. 4 Uniontown to a 71-67 win at Gateway on Monday night.

Joe Campbell chipped in with 17 points and Xavier Ellis and Lyric Ellis each had 11 points for the Red Raiders (10-0). Tom Kromka and Delvon Randal each scored 13 points for Gateway (5-3).

Canon-McMillan 60, Washington 43 — Alex Hammers made four 3-pointers and finished with 22 points as the Big Macs (3-3) won a nonsection game. Dequay Isbel led Class AA No. 5 Washington (6-1) with 15 points.

Hampton 77, Knoch 38 — Pitt recruit Ryan Luther scored 23 points, and Class AAAA No. 1 Hampton (8-0) won in a nonsection game. David Gallagher led Knoch (6-1) with 26 points.

Latrobe 80, Laurel Highlands 63 — The Wildcats (3-4) built a 15-point halftime lead and went on to win a nonsection game behind a 28-point night by Matt Cullen. Nick Yuhas had 17 points for Laurel Highlands (2-6).

Monessen 66, Brownsville 51 — Clintell Gillaspie scored a game-high 19 points and Lavelle Rush had 11 for Monessen (3-3) in its nonsection win. Cole Novotney led Brownsville (4-4) with 17 points and DeShawntae Bell added 13.

North Hills 71, North Catholic 47 — Shawndale Jones had a game-high 21 points and Kindhal Taylor scored 12 for the Indians (4-4) in nonsection play. Dom Robb led North Catholic (3-2) with 20 points.

Norwin 52, Baldwin 51 — Curtis Perz scored 13 points and Zach Bryan added 11 for the Knights (3-5) in nonsection action. Jon DeGregorio scored 18 points for Baldwin (1-7).

OLSH 75, Burgettstown 32 — Camoron Johnson scored 28 points, Kendall Paige scored 11 and Nick Metz had 10 for OLSH (4-3) in its nonsection win.

Seton-La Salle 72, South Park 64 — Dale Clancy's 29 points and Malik White's 20 helped the Class AA No. 3 ranked Rebels (6-0) remain unbeaten with a nonsection win. Dan Wanker scored 26 points for South Park (3-4).

Girls basketball

Baldwin 57, Peters Township 46 — Amanda Larkin scored 17 points to lead the Highlanders (4-2, 2-1) to a win in Section 4-AAAA. Madison Kerr scored 23 and had 10 rebounds for Peters Township (2-6, 0-3).

Blackhawk 75, Greensburg Salem 30 — Chassidy Omogrosso scored a game-high 24 points, and Class AAA No. 1 Blackhawk (8-0) won in nonsection play. Courtney Vannoy and Halle Denman each scored 12 for the Cougars.

North Allegheny 58, Norwin 52 — Danielle Wall scored 12 points to lead five Tigers in double figures as Class AAAA No. 2 North Allegheny (6-1) won a nonsection game. Taylor Lake had 11 points and Devvin LaBarge, Taylor Brennan and Abby Gonzalez all had 10 for North Allegheny. Alayna Gribble led Norwin (4-3) with 14 points.

Ringgold 42, Carlynton 41 — Kara Foster made the game-winning layup with 2.5 seconds left to lift the Rams to a nonsection win. Bailey Cooper led Ringgold (5-3) with 17 points and Eleni Radic made four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points. Conor Richardson made seven 3-pointers and finished with 23 points for Class AA No. 3 Carlynton (6-1).

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