High school roundup for Feb. 3: Class 3A No. 1 Lincoln Park boys edge Class 2A No. 2 Sewickley Academy
Saturday, February 3, 2018 | 10:15 PM
Tanner Mathos added 16 points for Lincoln Park (13-5), which trailed 31-28 at halftime.
Isiah Warfield had 17 points for the Class A No. 2 Panthers (15-4).
McKeesport 53, Gateway 51 — Game MVP Terron Taylor made a floater in the lane with 4.3 seconds remaining to lift McKeesport to a victory in the Shootout at Seton Hill. The Tigers (13-6) tied it 51-51 on a steal and assist from Layton Jordan to Taylor, who had six straight points down the stretch. Jordan added 16 points.
John Paul Kromka had a game-high 25 points and Mark Bozicevic added 14 for Gateway (10-9).
Deer Lakes 43, Valley 41 (OT) — Lancers reserve Brad Perrotte, on the floor because four starters had fouled out, hit a pair of free throws with 6.7 seconds left in overtime as Deer Lakes (11-7,7-3) outlasted the Vikings in a Section 1-4A game. Jake Kelly led the Lancers with 12 points. Valley (11-4, 8-3) was led by Deonte Ross, who had 17 points and eight rebounds.
Bethel Park 69, North Allegheny 58 — Alex Mullen scored 33 points to lead Bethel Park (11-8) over North Allegheny (7-12) in nonsection play. Bethel Park, which trailed by eight at halftime, outscored North Allegheny in the third quarter, 27-10. Mullen hit five 3-pointers as Bethel Park hit 12 overall. Mike Iuzillino led North Allegheny with 19 points.
Canon-McMillan 41, Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic 30 — Kenyon Lewis scored 12 points and Jason Fowlkes added 11 as Canon-McMillan (18-1) overcame a slow first half to win its 14th straight by defeating Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic (9-10). Canon-McMillan trailed by four at halftime before outscoring the Trojans in the second half, 26-11.
Indiana 54, Serra Catholic 44 — Carlos Carter grabbed MVP honors as he scored a game-high 21 points for the Indians (15-3) in the Shootout at Seton Hill. Tommy Arbuckle added 14 points for Indiana, which took a 31-24 lead into halftime.
Serra moved to 15-4 for the season.
Greensburg Central Catholic 47, Greensburg Salem 45 — Geoff Helm and Ethan Slike made layups inside the final 32 seconds, Slike's off a steal, as Class 2A Greensburg Central Catholic rallied to edge Class 5A Greensburg Salem at the Shootout at Seton Hill.
The loss spoiled a 28-point performance by Greensburg Salem's Marvel McGowan.
The Golden Lions (10-9) took a 45-42 lead with 1 minute, 11 seconds to go on two free throws by McGowan.
Helm finished with 16 points, and Ryan Bisignani added 13 for GCC (5-14).
Highlands 54, Hempfield 53 (OT) — Johnny Crise made 2 of 3 free throws after he was fouled on a 3-point attempt with five-tenths of a second left in overtime to give Highlands (15-4) a win at Seton Hill.
Luke Cochran led the Golden Rams with 16 points, all in the second half.
Braden Brose led all scorers with 21 points for Hempfield (5-15). Brose made two free throws to give the Spartans a 53-52 edge.
All 15 points scored in overtime came from the free-throw line.
Tess Myers had 37 points and 15 rebounds for Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic (17-2).
Seneca Valley 54, Hopewell 47 — McKenna Gross scored 16 points and Haley Cramer added 14 as Seneca Valley (11-8) defeated Hopewell (7-12) in nonsection play. Seneca Valley let at the half, 30-11. Siara Conley scored a game-high 18 points in the loss.
Hampton 58, Baldwin 42 — Ali Collins scored 24 points to lead Hampton (16-3) to a nonsection victory over Baldwin (3-15). Laryn Edwards added 19 points for Hampton, which trailed by two at halftime. Abby Larkin paced Baldwin with 16 points.
Ringgold 57, South Park 55 — In nonsection play, Ashley Briscoe scored 19 points as Ringgold (15-5) narrowly defeated South Park (11-9) for its fifth straight win. Taylor Costa added 16 points for Ringgold and Taylor Mendicino scored 12. Kasey Kastroll led South Park with 17 points while Cassidy Zandier added 12 points and Maura Huwalt and Danielle Deprosporo scored 11 points each.
Oakland Catholic 57, Ambridge 40 — Sierra DeAngelo scored 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds as Oakland Catholic (12-7) beat Ambridge (9-10) at Hoops for a Cure at Sewickley Academy. Oakland Catholic outrebounded Ambridge, 31-19. Kara Haslett scored 14 points in the loss.
Vincentian Academy 57, Sewickley Academy 36 — Olivia O'Brien had 15 points to lead Vincentian Academy (18-1) to a victory at the Hoops for a Cure event at Sewickley Academy.
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