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Daily News roundup: Clairton boys open with victory

| Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, 10:27 p.m.

Aaron Mathews scored 19 points, and Uri Meyers had 17 as the Clairton boys basketball team opened its season with a 89-33 victory over Jefferson-Morgan in nonsection play.

Maurice Reaves added 14 points for Clairton (1-0).

Dennis Garrett had 16 points for Jefferson-Morgan (0-6).

Albert Gallatin 67, Yough 64 — Tavian Mozie had 34 points to carry Albert Gallatin (4-2) to a nonsection win. Jake O'Bradovich scored 19 and Blake Kosor had 18 for Yough (3-3).

Jeannette 49, Elizabeth Forward43 — Anthony Schmidt had 13 points and Swade Redman added 10 as Jeannette (4-1) won a nonsection game. The Jayhawks trailed 12-6 in the first quarter. Vincent Mitchell scored 15 points and Will Greijack had 13 for Elizabeth Forward (1-5).

Norwin 50, Laurel Highlands48 — Jake Swartz had 20 points and Anthony DelleFemine scored 18 to help Norwin (4-3) to a nonsection win. DelleFemine hit the game-winning shot with one second left after making a steal with six seconds left.

Girls basketball

Serra Catholic 70, SewickleyAcademy 41 — Izzy Caruso and Aaliyah Coleman each had 15 points and Loren Minor added 14 to help Serra Catholic (4-1) earn a nonsection win. Olivia Ryder had 13 points for Sewickley Academy (2-3).

Wrestling

South Allegheny 60, Avonworth 9 — Ben Webster-Tombs (120 pounds) earned a pin, and South Allegheny (2-0, 2-0) won nine bouts by forfeit to score a Class AA, Section 3A victory.

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