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Local roundup: Cheswick Christian advances to title game

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Erica Hilliard | Valley News Dispatch
Cheswick Christian Academy's #12 Antione Malloy attempts to score past The Neighborhood Academy's #01 David Ingram during the basketball game at Penn State New Kensington on Thursday February 21, 2013.
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By Staff Reports
Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, 11:00 p.m.
 

Thanks to Thursday's win over Neighborhood Academy, the Cheswick Christian Academy boys basketball team has a chance to avenge a rare loss — and claim hardware in the process.

Cheswick Christian (20-6, 14-0) topped Neighborhood Academy, 59-36, in the Southwest Christian Athletic Conference semifinals to earn a spot in the championship game, where it will meet Harvest Baptist, the team that handed Cheswick Christian its only loss in its last 16 games.

The finals begin at 7 p.m. Saturday at Penn State New Kensington.

Antione Malloy scored 24 points to lead a trio of scorers in double figures for Cheswick Christian, which led, 35-21, at halftime. Ian Swartz added 14 points, and Tyler Knupp followed with 12.

David Ingram scored 14 points to lead Neighborhood Academy.

Hockey

Plum 4, Kiski Area 0 — James Borriello and Taylor Cestra split time in net to share the shutout for Plum (8-9-1). Borriello made 15 saves, while Cestra had four.

David Stonebraker scored two goals in the Class-AA matchup, while Joe Randazzo scored one goal and added two assists.

Ben Crawford finished with 22 saves for Kiski Area (4-13).

Freeport 8, Bishop McCort 1 — Cole Hepler scored two goals and added an assist as Freeport (15-4-1) cruised by Bishop McCort (3-18) in Class A action. Gregory Newman added a goal and an assist, while Michael Frazetta finished with a goal and two assists. Katie Hill made six saves in net.

Ford City 14, Connellsville 0 — Seven different players scored for Ford City (16-2-1) in the Open Class win. Jesse Valasek tallied four goals and three assists, while Joe Cippel had a goal and five assists.

Thomas Clark had 44 saves for Connellsville (1-18).

 

 
 


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