Team effort lifts Seton-La Salle to victory
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Katie Gattuso had 12 points, Alexa Del Greco 11 and Jordan Dwyer 10 to help Seton-La Salle (19-5) defeat Sto-Rox (17-5), 44-35, on Friday in a Class AA quarterfinal game at Canon-McMillan.
Dee Dee King had a game-high 13 for Sto Rox.
Lincoln Park 74, Our Lady of Sacred Heart 58 — Chaquille Pratt's 29 points led Lincoln Park (17-6) over Our Lady of Sacred Heart (10-13) in a Class A quarterfinal at West Allegheny. No. 2 seed Lincoln Park will play No. 3 Serra Catholic in Tuesday's semifinals.
Serra Catholic 68, Vincentian 39 — Rob Heatherington scored 30 points, with four 3-pointers, on the day after he committed to Point Park University, leading Serra Catholic (20-2) to a Class A quarterfinal victory at Keystone Oaks. Evan Sargo added 16 points. John Bray scored 21 for Vincentian (15-7).
Cornell 50, Clairton 44 — Bryan Lipke scored 15 points and Ronny Borne added 10 for Cornell (18-5) in a Class A quarterfinal upset of No. 4 Clairton at North Hills. Desimon Green led all scorers with 23 for Clairton (11-4).
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