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High school roundup: Plum wrestlers rally then hold on to win

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Erica Hilliard | Valley News Dispatch
Knoch's Matt Zanella (13) averaged 10 points in a reserve role last season.
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Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013, 12:04 a.m.
 

Plum's wrestling team rallied from an eight-point deficit after 11 matches Wednesday night to escape North Hills, 32-31, in a Section 3(B)-AAA match.

North Hills led, 27-19, after the 160-pound bout, but Hunter Fenk picked up a decision at 170, Andrew McRandal won by forfeit at 182, and Nate Turchick claimed a major decision (8-0) at 195 to put Plum ahead, 32-27, with one match left.

North Hills' Allan Turcinhodzic won a major decision at 220, but the Indians' comeback came up a point short.

Steve Tuchick (285) posted the only pin of the night for Plum (3-2) in the opening match.

Kiski Area 81, Penn Hills 0 — Kiski Area dominated the Indians in a Section 1(A)-AAA match as Jake York (106 pounds), Mitch Nagy (113), Ryan Hardaway (120), Garrett Fitzsimmons (138), Cole Landowski (145), Shane McGowan (152), Tyler Worthing (182), Matt McCutcheon (195) and Shane Kuhn (285) all recorded pins for the Cavaliers (11-0, 4-0).

Valley 64, Summit Academy 12 — Valley (7-1) rolled past Summit Academy in a Section 3(B)-AA match as Dom Dorsey (285), Terrell Fields (195), Marcus Davenport (170), Noah Kantowski (160), Tristen Kubrick (152), C.J. Ragins (145), D.J. Lockett (132), Patrick Dewitt (126) and Josiah Hughes (120) won by fall for the Vikings.

Kittanning 63, West Shamokin 6 — Derek Bowser (126), Jason Nolf (132), Taylor Jack (152) and Logan Robb (220) won by fall for Kittanning (3-2, 3-1) in a Section 3(B)-AA match. West Shamokin (0-9, 0-3) forfeited six bouts.

Girls basketball

Plum 58, Pine-Richland 37 — Krista Pietropola scored 21 points, and Courtney Zezza scored a career-high 19 for the Mustangs (9-3) in a non-section victory over Pine-Richland (4-9).

Southmoreland 33, Highlands 31 — Southmoreland (2-11) took a 24-10 lead into the fourth quarter and held on to win against Highlands (1-9), which used a 15-0 surge to take the lead late. Julea Claycomb scored the game- winning basket with three seconds left in OT for Southmoreland.

Carly Hines scored 12 points, and Nikki Misejka had 11 for Highlands.

Riverview 47, Apollo-Ridge 27 — Riverview (8-5) cruised to a non-section win over Apollo-Ridge (7-5) as freshman Sadie Buchser had a game-high 21 points, and senior Ashley Bruni had 10 points. Briauna Fairman led Apollo-Ridge with nine.

Boys basketball

Knoch 65, Deer Lakes 39 — Knoch (7-4) cruised to a nonsection victory over Deer Lakes (7-5) as David Gallagher and Marc Vaughan each scored 15 points. Gallagher hit five 3-pointers. J.J. Kowalkowski led the Lancers with 17 points, and Tim Jaczesko had 14.

Ford City 73, St. Joseph 54 — Ford City (3-9) broke a seven-game losing streak with a nonsection win over St. Joseph as David Lattanzio scored 23 points. Senior John Arcuri scored a game-high 26 points, and Chris Gamble had 10 for St. Joseph (5-8).

 

 
 


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