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WPIAL basketball playoff clinchings

| Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, 11:54 p.m.

The top four teams in each section, as well as ties that cannot be broken, advance to the WPIAL playoffs, which begin next week. The playoff pairings will be announced Tuesday night.

Boys

Class AAAA

Section 1: Latrobe, Penn-Trafford, Norwin, Hempfield

Section 2: Penn Hills, Plum, Gateway, Franklin Regional

Section 3: Central Catholic, Pine-Richland, North Hills, Butler

Section 4: Chartiers Valley, Baldwin, Bethel Park, Peters Township, Mt. Lebanon

Class AAA

Section 1: Mars, Highlands, Hampton, Knoch

Section 2: New Castle, Beaver Falls, Ambridge, Central Valley

Section 3: Yough, Indiana, Southmoreland, Mt. Pleasant

Section 4: Steel Valley, Thomas Jefferson, West Mifflin, Laurel Highlands

Section 5: West Allegheny, South Fayette, Montour, Trinity

Class AA

Section 1: Lincoln Park, Laurel, Neshannock, Riverside

Section 2: Greensburg Central Catholic, Shady Side Academy, Wilkinsburg, East Allegheny

Section 3: Bishop Canevin, Washington, Seton-La Salle, Chartiers-Houston

Section 4: Brownsville, Charleroi, Waynesburg, Frazier, Beth-Center

Section 5: Aliquippa, Quaker Valley, OLSH, Avonworth

Class A

Section 1: Sewickley Academy, Eden Christian, Union, Cornell

Section 2: Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, Vincentian Academy, Leechburg, Springdale

Section 3: Monessen, California, West Greene, Avella

Section 4: Clairton, Jeannette, Winchester Thurston, Trinity Christian

Girls

Class AAAA

Section 1: Norwin, Latrobe, Hempfield, Penn-Trafford

Section 2: Penn Hills, Fox Chapel, McKeesport, Gateway

Section 3: North Allegheny, Pine-Richland, North Hills, Seneca Valley

Section 4: Canon-McMillan, Peters Township, Bethel Park, Mt. Lebanon

Class AAA

Section 1: Mars, Hampton, Deer Lakes, Highlands

Section 2: Ambridge, Blackhawk, Beaver, Central Valley

Section 3: Derry, Mt. Pleasant, Laurel Highlands, Greensburg Salem

Section 4: South Park, Brownsville, Ringgold, Belle Vernon

Section 5: South Fayette, Trinity, Chartiers Valley, Keystone Oaks

Class AA

Section 1: Neshannock, Riverside, Mohawk, Shenango

Section 2: Burrell, West Shamokin, Greensburg C.C., East Allegheny, Apollo-Ridge

Section 3: Bishop Canevin, Seton-La Salle, Chartiers-Houston, Brentwood

Section 4: Washington, Charleroi, Frazier, Beth-Center

Section 5: OLSH, Carlynton, Avonworth, Freedom

Class A

Section 1: Quigley Catholic, Cornell, Rochester, Aliquippa

Section 2: Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, Vincentian Academy, Riverview, Leechburg

Section 3: Jefferson-Morgan, California, West Greene, Fort Cherry

Section 4: Ellis School, Serra Catholic, Winchester Thurston, Imani Christian.

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