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Freshmen lead defending champ Beaver Falls into quarterfinals

| Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 9:36 p.m.

Freshmen forwards Josh Creach and Donovan Jeter each had a double-double to lead defending PIAA champion Beaver Falls to a 72-48 victory over Summit Academy in Class AA second-round game at North Allegheny on Wednesday.

Creach had 21 points and 17 rebounds and Jeter scored 22 and had 12 rebounds for the Tigers (20-7), who will play the winner of Thursday's matchup between Greensburg Central Catholic (23-3) and West Middlesex (21-5) in the quarterfinals Saturday, time and site to be determined.

Dasonte White had 18 points to lead Summit Academy (17-7).

— Staff report

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