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Ford City wins at Deer Lakes

| Friday, Jan. 20, 2006

Alyssa Young scored 13 points, and Marisa Wolfe added 12 points, as visiting Ford City (15-3, 7-1) defeated Deer Lakes, 41-24, in Section 1-AA play Thursday.

Brittany Lockerman led Deer Lakes (5-13, 2-6) with 12 points.

Apollo-Ridge 67, East Allegheny 53

At East Allegheny, four Apollo-Ridge players scored in double figures to pace the Lady Vikings (12-4, 5-3).

Ashley Ambroffi and Samantha Ross each had 14 points, Hayley Vallance added 12 points and 13 rebounds, and Katie McLay added 10 points and 13 rebounds for Apollo-Ridge.

Apollo-Ridge made 24 of 31 free-throw attempts.

Freeport 46, Jeannette 29

At Freeport, the Lady Yellowjackets held Jeannette scoreless in the first quarter.

Cassie Smolic led Freeport (7-8, 4-4) with 12 points, and Sam Campbell added 11 in the Section 1-AA game.

Karns City 65, Redbank Valley 57

At Redbank Valley, Karns City scored 17 of its 22 points at the foul line in a Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference game with Redbank Valley (12-7, 5-5).

Karns City's Mike McConnell was 10 of 13, and Mark Ferguson 7 of 9 from the line. Ferguson led Karns City with 17 points.

Nick Johnston scored a game-high 19 for Redbank Valley.

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