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Local flavor highlights Roundball Classic

| Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

The Annual Roundball Classic boys' and girls' all-star basketball games will have a distinct local flavor this year.

The event for high school seniors, which includes two boys' and two girls' games, is set for April 12 at Geneva College. The first contest begins at 2 p.m.

Representing the area in the boys' contests with be Charleroi's Matt Indorante, Belle Vernon Area's Jason Capco and Elizabeth Forward's Jaquan Davidson.

In the girls' event will be Charleroi's Mia Woytovich, California's Tristen Conaway and EF's Natalie Fekula.

The format for this year's event will start with the girls' doubleheader as the Class A/District 10 All-Stars will take on the Class AA/City League All-Stars at 2 p.m., followed by the Class AAA/District 10 All-Stars against the Class AAAA All-Stars at 4 p.m.

After that, the boys' all-star teams take the court at the college with Class AAA/District 10 All-Stars going up against Class AA All-Stars at 6 p.m. and Class A/City League/Prep All-Stars opposing Class AAAA All-Stars in the finale at 8 p.m.

Woytovich will play for the AA/City League team and go up against the A/District 10 squad that will include Conaway.

Woytovich started all four years for the Lady Cougars (17-6) and participated on WPIAL playoff qualifiers all four seasons.

She scored over 1,100 points for her career at Charleroi, averaging a team-leading 19.4 ppg the past season.

Conaway was the lone senior starter for a Lady Trojan (19-4), which set numerous marks this season by winning a section title and reaching the state playoffs.

Conaway averaged nearly nine points per game her senior season while providing leadership for a young, talented team.

Fekula will play for the Class AAA/District 10 squad.

The 6-0 senior led EF (22-5) to a 64-15 record in the four years she started.

As a senior, she averaged 10 points, 11 rebounds ad five blocked shots per game.

Indorante will play for the AA All-Stars and go up against Capco and Davidson, both of whom will play for AAA/District 10.

Indorante led the Cougars (13-8) this season with an average of 16.1 points per game. He also averaged six assists.

A three-year starter, Indorante set the school record for three-pointers in a game when he made 10 against West Greene.

He is expected to play basketball at Washington & Jefferson next season.

Capco, a three-year starter for the Leps (10-12), was one of the WPIAL's top scorers in Class AAA as he averaged 21.5 points per game for the Leps.

He finished his career with over 900 points and is drawing interest from several Division II and III schools.

Davidson, who will play football at Pitt, averaged 15 points per game for the Warriors (19-3), who reached the WPIAL Class AAA quarterfinals.

Jeff Oliver is a sports editor for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 724-684-2666 or

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