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Basketball roundup

| Saturday, Dec. 13, 2003

Section 4-AAAA

  • Penn Hills 61, Fox Chapel 51 -- At Penn Hills, senior guard Brian Urso scored 15 points and the Foxes limited Penn Hills senior and Boston College recruit Akida McClain to eight points, but Fox Chapel (1-1, 1-4) took its first section loss.

    Also for Fox Chapel, senior Pat Brannigan had 12 points.

    Section 1-AAA

  • Mars 56, Highlands 39 -- At Mars, the Planets outscored Highlands 20-4 in the second quarter and cruised to their first section win.

    Highlands remained winless at 0-2, 0-6.

    Kyle Witucki scored over half of his team's points with a game-high 20 for the Golden Rams.

    Section 1-AA

  • Freeport 58, West Shamokin 35 -- At West Shamokin, senior guard/forward Brent Ferko scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed a team-leading 10 rebounds as the Yellowjackets (2-0, 3-2) extended their section winning streak to 30.

    Also for Freeport, David Bauman poured in 16 points and had five assists, and Chuck Chelecki collected seven points and seven rebounds.

    Section 4-AA

  • North Catholic 60, Springdale 40 -- At Springdale, senior forward Jon Molnar led the Dynamos (0-2, 0-4) with 10 points, but the team still is looking for its first win.

    Also for Springdale, junior guard Nick Gentile made three 3-pointers and finished with nine points.

    Section 4-AAAA

  • Gateway 64, Plum 33 -- At Gateway, Plum junior guard Josh Rulnick scored 10 points, but the Mustangs (0-2, 2-4) trailed by 18 points by halftime and could not recover against quick Gateway.

    Plum guard Mike McKee, who was averaging 23.8 points per game, was limited to four points. He got into foul trouble early in the first half.



  • Riverview 51, Leechburg 24 -- At Leechburg, Riverview junior guard Veronica Kust sank three 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 15 points as the Class AA Lady Raiders (2-4) defeated Class A Leechburg (0-5).

    Sophomore Haley Bradbury led Leechburg with eight points and 11 rebounds.


  • Penn State McKeesport 74, Penn State New Kensington 60 -- At PSM, Dan Polizzano scored a game-high 24 points and Orlando Ryan added 15 points and 12 rebounds as PSNK dropped to 2-1 in Commonwealth Campus Athletic Conference action and 3-6 overall. PSM improved to 3-0 in conference play.

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