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High school roundup: McKeesport upsets Plum in double OT

| Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014, 9:51 p.m.
Fox Chapel's Erin Mathias (35) hauls in a rebound against Franklin Regional's Nik Wesoloski (30) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014, at Fox Chapel.
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Fox Chapel's Erin Mathias (35) hauls in a rebound against Franklin Regional's Nik Wesoloski (30) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014, at Fox Chapel.
Fox Chapel's Gabby Badway (5) chases down a loose ball while fighting off Franklin Regional's Kassidy Hubert (15) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 at Fox Chapel High School. Fox Chapel won 58-40.
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Fox Chapel's Gabby Badway (5) chases down a loose ball while fighting off Franklin Regional's Kassidy Hubert (15) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 at Fox Chapel High School. Fox Chapel won 58-40.
Franklin Regional's Mary Komandt (10) has her shot blocked by Fox Chapel's Erin Mathias (35) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 at Fox Chapel High School. Fox Chapel won 58-40.
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Franklin Regional's Mary Komandt (10) has her shot blocked by Fox Chapel's Erin Mathias (35) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 at Fox Chapel High School. Fox Chapel won 58-40.
Fox Chapel's Gabby Badway (5) catches a pass over Franklin Regional's Baylee Buleca (55) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 at Fox Chapel High School. Fox Chapel won 58-40.
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Fox Chapel's Gabby Badway (5) catches a pass over Franklin Regional's Baylee Buleca (55) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014 at Fox Chapel High School. Fox Chapel won 58-40.

Khalil Perdue scored 17 points for McKeesport as it went on the road to upset Class AAAA No. 4 Plum, 58-54, in double overtime in Section 2 on Tuesday night.

The Tigers (8-8, 4-5) got 12 points from Jordan Payne and eight from Anthony Morris in the team's third straight win. James Edwards scored a game-high 19 points for Plum (13-2, 7-2).

Central Catholic 82, Penn Hills 66 — Alex Schoppen had 17 points, and Paris Ford scored 15 to lead Central Catholic (9-7, 6-3) to a Section 2-AAAA win. Montay Chambers led Penn Hills (4-11, 1-8) with 16 points.

Gateway 98, Woodland Hills 62 — Temple football recruit Delvon Randall scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Gators to a Section 2-AAAA win. Josh Tipton added 14 points, and Thomas Kromka had 12 for Gateway (12-5, 8-0). Avram Abramovitz led the Wolverines (0-16, 0-9) with 20 points.

Hampton 82, Butler 53 — Pitt recruit Ryan Luther scored a game-high 24 points, and his brother, Collin, added 10 for Class AAAA No. 2 Hampton (15-1, 8-1) in Section 3. Nick Patten led Butler (4-12, 1-8) with 14 points.

New Castle 93, Pine-Richland 61 — Ohio State football recruit Malik Hooker scored a game-high 36 points in front of Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer as the Class AAAA No. 1 Red Hurricanes won in Section 3. Anthony Richards scored 28 points, and Robert Natale and Drew Allen had 11 each for New Castle (15-0, 9-0).

North Allegheny 76, Shaler 44 — Joe Mancini drained 11 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 37 points to lead the Class AAAA No. 5 Tigers (13-2, 7-2) to a win in Section 3.

Canon-McMillan 62, Baldwin 46 — Sam Bohn scored 16 points, and Costa Karanikos had 15 to lead the Big Macs (10-5, 6-2) to a Section 4-AAAA win. Arnes Bajgora had 19 for Baldwin (3-13, 2-7).

Peters Township 58, Moon 33 — J.C. Brush scored a game-high 16 points to lead Peters Township (8-8, 5-4) to a Section 4-AAAA win. Tyler Crenshaw led Moon (6-10, 4-5) with 13 points.

Indiana 62, Highlands 45 — Blake Shields had a game-high 22 points for Indiana (14-1, 6-1) in its Section 1-AAA win. Kevin Branch led Highlands (6-10, 2-6) with 17 points.

Central Valley 71, Ambridge 59 — Jacob St. George scored 26 points, and Mike Sims added 14 to lead Class AAA No. 3 Central Valley (14-1, 8-0) in Section 2. Stephon McGinnis scored 21, and Daylon Carter had 20 for Ambridge (11-5, 4-3).

Aliquippa 77, New Brighton 40 — Patrick Anderson scored 18 points, and Charles Humphries added 12 for the Quips (9-5, 7-2) in Section 2-AA. Blaine Williams led New Brighton (6-10, 2-7) with 10 points.

Quaker Valley 72, Sto-Rox 41 — Winter Fondi scored a game-high 21 points as Class AA No. 3 Quaker Valley rolled over its Section 6 rival. The Quakers (15-1, 7-1) held the Vikings to five points in the third quarter.

Girls basketball

Fox Chapel 58, Franklin Regional 40 — Erin Mathias's 20 points and 11 rebounds lifted Class AAAA No. 3 Fox Chapel (13-3, 8-0) in Section 2 play. Kayla Slovenec added 17 points and seven steals for the Foxes. Mary Komandt led Franklin Regional (5-8, 2-5) with 13 points.

Seton-La Salle 80, Brentwood 42 — Nicolete Newman scored 20 points, and Cassidy Walsh added 14 for Class AA No. 1 Seton-La Salle (13-3, 8-0) in Section 4.

Riverview hires coach

Jason Cappa was hired as Riverview's new football coach. He is the son of former coach Jake Cappa and was an assistant under Todd Massack, who resigned after the 2013 season.

Recruiting

Woodland Hills senior defensive back Trevon Mathis committed to Toledo on Tuesday, choosing the Rockets over Temple and UMass, according to coach George Novak.

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