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High school roundup: No. 2 North Allegheny girls down No. 4 Shaler

| Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014, 10:00 p.m.

Meg Morningstar scored a game-high 24 points for Class AAAA No. 2 North Allegheny in its 66-57 win at Section 3 foe Shaler Thursday.

Devvin LaBarge added 19 points for the Tigers (10-1, 5-0), who own sole possession of first place.

No. 4 Shaler (9-1, 3-1) got 21 points from Andi Lydon and 12 and 11, respectively, from Abbey Conrad and Carly Harris.

Franklin Regional 52, McKeesport48 — Hannah Bursic's free throw with 25 seconds left lifted the Panthers (4-6, 1-3) to a Section 2-AAAA win. Mary Komandt led Franklin Regional with 12 points. T.T. Burke scored 15 for McKeesport (4-6, 1-3).

Butler 47, North Hills 43 — Julia Baxter's game-high 27 points led Butler (6-2, 2-1) in Section 3-AAAA.

Oakland Catholic 30, SenecaValley 29 — Katie Kush's lone bucket came on a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Oakland Catholic (2-9, 1-5) a win in a Section 3-AAAA affair.

Mt. Lebanon 67, Baldwin 54 — Christine Ehland and Margie McCaffrey each scored 15 points to lead Class AAAA No. 1 Mt. Lebanon (8-2, 4-0) to a win in Section 4. The Highlanders (6-5, 2-4) were led by Lauren Gilbert's 16 points.

Hampton 71, Freeport 38 — Lexi Griggs scored 17 points and Amanda Reese added 16 for the Talbots (7-5, 4-1) in Section 1-AAA. Zoe Sollis led Freeport (5-6, 2-3) with 13 points.

Elizabeth Forward 41, Ringgold39 — The Class AAA No. 3 Warriors (9-1, 4-0) were led by Olivia Barkley, who scored 12 points in a Section 4 win. Kara Foster led Ringgold (6-6, 1-4) with 12 points.

Thomas Jefferson 70, Waynesburg 38 — Haley Zoglmann scored 17 points and Alexis Yanief added 16 for the Jaguars (8-4, 3-2) in Section 4-AAA.

Chartiers-Houston 54, Brentwood 38 — Addy Knetzer scored 21 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Deja Wormsley added 15 points for Chartiers-Houston (8-3, 3-2) in a Section 4-AA win. Alecia Folino led Class AA No. 4 Brentwood (10-2, 3-2) with 12 points.

Seton-La Salle 64, Steel Valley 32 — Mia Marzina scored 12 points to lead Class AA No. 1 Seton-La Salle (9-3, 4-0) to a win in Section 4-A. Rayon Williams led Steel Valley (0-8, 0-2) with 19 points.

Cornell 40, Rochester 36 — Domonique Richards scored a game-high 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, as Cornell (6-5, 2-2) won in Section 1-A.

Boys basketball

Pine-Richland 69, Seneca Valley 56 — Ben DiNucci scored 23 points and Dean Steliotes added 19 for the Rams (8-4, 2-3) in Section 3-AAAA. Zach Snyder led Seneca Valley (4-7, 2-3) with 21 points.

Seton-La Salle 66, Washington32 — Christian DelGreco scored 15 points and Levi Masua and Dale Clancy each had 12 for Class AA No. 1 Seton-La Salle (10-0, 4-0) in Section 4.

Mapletown 66, Geibel 60 — Dereck Riggleman made five 3-pointers and scored a school-record 51 points to eclipse the 1,000-point mark in his career, as Mapletown (4-5, 1-0) won in Section 3-A. Riggleman broke the school record previously held by Bob Clites, set in the 1960s.

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