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Local roundup: Clairton girls basketball team slips past Geibel

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Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, 10:50 p.m.
 

Taleese Ogletree scored 23 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead Clairton (6-9, 2-5) to a 45-42 Section 4-A girls basketball victory over host Geibel on Monday.

Peyton McIntyre led all scorers with 27 points for the Gators (2-15, 0-7).

Winchester Thurston 76, Frazier 50 — Shala Barney scored 22 points as Winchester Thurston (9-6, 5-2) beat visiting Frazier in Section 4-A.

Lexi LoNero scored 14 points, and Brytney Humphries had 13 points.

Cassidy Guiser was the leading scorer with 25 for the Commodores (8-8, 3-3).

Lauren Timko contributed 15 points.

Greensburg Salem 66, Southmoreland 25 — Karly Mellinger scored 25 points, and Claire Oberdorf added 20 points as the Golden Lions (13-5, 8-1) knocked off the host Scotties (3-17, 0-10) in Section 3-AAA.

Hockey

Greensburg Salem 14, Connellsville 0 — Cody Austad scored four goals and added four assists, and Dakota Sheetz stopped three shots to earn the shutout as the Golden Lions (10-4-1) defeated host Connellsville in PIHL Open Division action. Thomas Clark made 52 saves for the Falcons (0-13).

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