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High school roundup: No. 1 Lincoln Park routs No. 3 Western Beaver

| Friday, Jan. 17, 2014, 10:24 p.m.
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Sewickley Academy's Justin Pryor strips the ball from North Catholic's John Savulchak during their game Friday, Jan. 17, 2014, in Sewickley.

All five starters scored registered double-digits as Class A No. 1 Lincoln Park (12-1, 5-0) earned a dominating 101-50 victory over No. 3 Western Beaver (11-3, 3-2) in Section 1 play.

Maverick Rowan led the Leopards with 35 points, and Antonio Kellem added 18 points. Nick Miller led the Golden Beavers with 21 points.

OLSH 81, Cornell 55 — Camoron Johnson led all scorers with 39 points as Class A No. 5 OLSH (10-4, 4-1) earned a victory in Section 1. Dane Jackson led Cornell (8-6, 1-4) with 22 points.

Union 71, Rochester 63 — Ben Young had 25 points and scored his 1,000th career point, as Union (6-10, 2-3) earned a victory in Section 1-A.

Sewickley Academy 50, North Catholic 45 —Drew Johnson's 10 points led Sewickley Academy (9-4, 4-1) to a victory in Section 2-A. Dom Robb scored a game-high 14 points for North Catholic (6-7, 3-2).

Vincentian 77, Aquinas Academy 55 — Greg Kaniecki led Class A No. 2 Vincentian (14-0, 5-0) with 13 points as the Royals remained perfect with a Section 2 win. Mike Pappe's career-high 39 points for Aquinas Academy (0-10, 0-5) led all scorers.

Carmichaels 69, Mapletown 42 — Brandon Lawless scored 37 points as Class A No. 4 Carmichaels (11-2, 3-1) won in Section 3.

Hempfield 63, Norwin 50 — Kason Harrell scored 20 points and surpassed 1,000 points in his career, helping No. 3 Hempfield (12-1, 7-0) rally for a Section 1-AAAA victory.

Franklin Regional 66, Central Catholic 58 — Matt Renzi led all scorers with 30 points as Franklin Regional (9-5, 5-3) earned a victory in Section 2-AAAA. Alex Schoppen paced Central Catholic (8-7, 5-3) with 12 points.

McKeesport 64, Fox Chapel 53 — Khalil Perdue had 15 points and 15 rebounds and Jordan Payne scored a team-high 17 to power host McKeesport (6-8, 3-5) to a Section 2-AAAA victory. Matt D'Amico led Fox Chapel (11-4, 4-3) with 19 points.

Hampton 50, North Hills 38 — Ryan Luther scored 14 points as Class AAAA No. 1 Hampton (14-1, 7-1) won in Section 3. Shawndale Jones and Dylan Mitchell each scored 14 points for North Hills (8-7, 3-5).

New Castle 75, Butler 48 — Malik Hooker scored a game-high 30 points as Class AAAA No. 2 New Castle (13-0, 8-0) earned a victory in Section 3.

North Allegheny 59, Pine-Richland 53 — Joe Mancini scored a game-high 17 points as Class AAAA No. 5 North Allegheny (12-2, 6-2) won in Section 3. Elijah Zeise added 14 points for the Tigers.

Canon-McMillan 66, Bethel Park 63 — Britton Breachy led all scorers with 27 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, as Canon-McMillan (9-5, 5-2) won in Section 4-AAAA. Joey Mascaro led Bethel Park (10-3, 5-2) with 25 points.

Moon 56, Baldwin 46 — Devin Hines recorded 15 points and 10 rebounds as Moon (6-9, 4-4) earned a victory in Section 4-AAAA.

Chartiers Valley 82, Keystone Oaks 40 — Matty McConnell scored a game-high 15 points as Class AAA No. 2 Chartiers Valley (13-1, 7-0) earned a victory in Section 5.

Quaker Valley 78, Carlynton 29 — Trewon Marshall scored a game-high 14 points, while Qadir Taylor added 13 as Class AA No. 3 Quaker Valley (14-1, 6-1) won in Section 6.

Obama Academy 61, Perry 52 — D.J. Porter recorded a double-double with 32 points and 12 rebounds as Obama Academy (13-0, 4-0) remained undefeated with a win in City League action.

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