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By Staff Reports
Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013, 9:51 p.m.
 

The Freedom School Board hired Tim Dubovi as the school's football coach Thursday night. Dubovi, who has served as an assistant coach at Lock Haven University, Mars and Seneca Valley, replaces Frank Hernandez, who resigned in November.

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Westinghouse 57, Carrick 33 — Shaquan Johnson had 18 points, as No. 3 Westinghouse (13-8) won in the first round of the City League playoffs. The Bulldogs will play No. 2 Brashear (15-7) in the semifinals Monday at Allderdice.

Perry 69, Allderdice 60 — Led by Shakeem Cox's 25 points, No. 4 Perry (11-12) won a City League first-round game. Lavelle Segers had 16 points for Allderdice (9-13). The Commodores will play No. 1 Obama (16-2) Monday in the semifinals at Brashear.

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