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High school roundup: Vincentian's Wolf scores 46 in victory

| Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, 10:24 p.m.
Hampton's Jack Obringer battles Mars' John Castello for a loose ball during their game Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, in Adams.
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Hampton's Jack Obringer battles Mars' John Castello for a loose ball during their game Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, in Adams.

Ryan Wolf scored 46 points, including 21 in the third quarter, in leading Class A No. 2 Vincentian Academy to a 92-66 win over Northgate on Tuesday night. Jim Kenna had 12 points, and Jamison Nee added 11 for the Royals (3-0).

Bethel Park 57, Carrick 39 — Josh Krafczynski hit six 3-pointers and had 20 points to lead Bethel Park (3-0) to a nonsection win.

Butler 65, Perry 54 — Nick Patten had 25 points, as Butler (2-1) earned a nonsection win. Devin Lyles had 24 for Perry.

Carmichaels 57, Frazier 55 — Brandon Lawless scored 31 points, as Carmichaels (1-0) won a nonsection game. Charlie Manack had 19 points and 10 rebounds for Frazier (1-1).

Central Valley 69, Neshannock 57 — Class AAA No. 4 Central Valley (3-0) got 21 points from Matt Kline in a nonsection victory. Ernie Burkes had 22 points for Neshannock.

Hampton 85, Mars 57 — Ryan Luther scored 24 points to lead Hampton (3-0) to a nonsection win. Owen Nearhoof had 27 for Mars (2-1).

Lincoln Park 84, Central Catholic 65 — Ryan Skrovanko scored 26 points, and Maverick Rowan added 19, as Class A No. 1 Lincoln Park (3-0) won a nonsection game.

Montour 54, Moon 51 — Dustin Sleva scored 18 points to lead Montour (1-0) to a nonsection victory. Tyler Crenshaw scored 20 points for Moon (1-3), including 9 of 10 from the free-throw line.

New Brighton 60, Rochester 57 — Zeph Rombold had 20 points to lead New Brighton (2-1) to a nonsection win. Isaiah Hauser had five 3-pointers and 15 points for Rochester.

North Allegheny 85, Mt. Lebanon 49 — Class AAAA No. 8 North Allegheny (3-0) used a 21-9 run in the first quarter to take control in a nonsection victory. Cole Constantino scored 16 for the Tigers. Jonny David had 18 for Mt. Lebanon (1-2).

Norwin 68, Monessen 63 — Curtis Perz scored 33 points to lead Norwin (2-1) to a victory in the Mike Rettger Tournament at Franklin Regional.

Quaker Valley 67, Fort Cherry 52 — Tyler Garbee scored 16 points, and Qadir Taylor (15) and Winter Fondi (14) aided the scoring to lead Quaker Valley (3-0) to a nonsection win.

Seneca Valley 76, Brashear 35 — Mike Smith scored 12 of his 16 points in the first quarter and added 10 rebounds as Seneca Valley (2-1) rolled to a nonsection victory. Zach Snyder also had 16 for the Raiders.

Sewickley Academy 60, Harvest Baptist 45 — Luke Vith scored 21 points to lead Sewickley Academy (1-0) to a nonsection win.

Thomas Jefferson 65, South Park 39 — Thomas Jefferson (2-1) had four scorers in double figures en route to a nonsection win. Jason Horan (14), Zach Talley (13), Charlie Scharbo (11) and Chase Winovich (10) led the way for the Jaguars. Justin Gorny had 19 for South Park (0-3).

Trinity 53, Bishop Canevin 43 — Nick Moretti had 20 points and Avery King scored 18 points to lead Trinity (2-1) to a nonsection win.

Uniontown 72, Belle Vernon 56 — Jordan Pratt poured in 27 points, as Uniontown (3-0) won a nonsection game. Jason Capco scored 19 for Belle Vernon (0-1).

West Mifflin 68, South Allegheny 48 — Ryan Maha scored 30 points to lead Class AAA No. 8 West Mifflin to a nonsection victory. Karlyn Garner added 12, and Michael Peterson had 10 for the Titans. Ty Cook scored 17 for South Allegheny (1-2).

Yough 57, East Allegheny 46 — Josh Sterner had 17 points, and Alex Bowman (14) and Joe Pleva (10) also were in double figures to help Yough (1-2) to a nonsection win. Marcus Gainer had 14 points for East Allegheny.

Girls basketball

Bishop Canevin 43, South Fayette 38 — Becca Turney scored 16 points and Johnie Olkosky added 12 points and 12 rebounds to pace Bishop Canevin (3-0) in a nonsection victory. Lauren Crites had 18 points for South Fayette (1-2).

Ford City 57, Highlands 8 — Allyson Cujas finished with a game-high 21 points, and Christina Davis added 18 for Ford City (2-1), which led, 20-2, after the first quarter.

Gateway 41, Penn-Trafford 36 — Gateway (1-0) scored the final 11 points to earn a nonsection win. Jada Epps had 21 for the Gators. Katy Abreu scored 13 for Penn-Trafford (2-2).

North Hills 50, Shady Side Academy 31 — Breanna Bertram had 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Jamie Halloran had 20 points and 10 assists, as North Hills (3-1) won a nonsection game. Sarah Treser added 17 points for North Hills.

Pine-Richland 68, Blackhawk 60 — Dean Steliotes scored 19 points to guide Pine-Richland (2-1) to a nonsection victory. Chase Migliore had 26 for Blackhawk (0-1).

Plum 60, Allderdice 26 — Krista Pietropola scored 16 points to help Plum (2-2) to a nonsection win. Lyric Harper had 10 for the Dragons (1-3).

Vincentian Academy 62, Hampton 58 — Brenna Wise tallied 25 points to lead Class A No. 1 Vincentian (3-0) to a nonsection win. Lexi Griggs had 11 points and 12 rebounds for Hampton (0-3).

West Mifflin 68, Steel Valley 27 — In nonsection play, Taylor Thomas scored 24 points to lead West Mifflin (2-1) to victory. Raym Williams had 17 points for Steel Valley (0-4).

Woodland Hills 50, Brashear 19 — Jayla Ellis, Sarah Miller and Aleaha Jackson all scored 10 points to lead Woodland Hills (1-2) to a win.

Soccer honors

Greensburg Central Catholic's Fran Crouse and Upper St. Clair's Troye Kiernan have been recognized as NSCAA All-Americans.

Crouse (208 goals) is the state's all-time leading scorer.

Both have led their teams to back-to-back PIAA championships.

Crouse will play college soccer at Penn State, Kiernan at St. Francis (Pa.).

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