PIAA doubleheader moved to Gannon
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The PIAA has moved a Saturday boys basketball first-round doubleheader from General McLane High School to the Hammermill Center at Gannon University.
A 4 p.m. Class AAAA game between Kiski Area and McDowell and a 6 p.m. Class AA game between Aliquippa and Fairview will now be played at the college in Erie.
All PIAA first-round games are scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
— Staff report
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