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High school roundup for Feb. 10, 2024: Lincoln Park tops Imani Christian in battle of defending champs

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Saturday, February 10, 2024 | 9:59 PM


Brandin Cummings scored 27 points and Meleek Thomas added 26 to lead Lincoln Park to an 83-74 victory over Imani Christian in a nonsection matchup of defending WPIAL and state champions Saturday night.

Rhaki Lum added 12 points for the Class 4A Leopards (19-3), who led by just two points, 62-60, after three quarters.

Nate Brazil scored a game-high 31 points for the Class A Saints (11-9). RJ Sledge added 13 and Avery Wesley had 12.

Ellwood City 60, Shenango 47 – Joe Roth scored 19 points to lead Ellwood City (15-7) to a nonsection win. Colton Crizer and Aaron Lake each added 13 for the Wolverines. Brody McQuiston scored 21 and Joey Campoli added 13 for Shenango (12-9).

Hampton 57, Allderdice 53 – Peter Kramer scored 23 points and Liam Mignogna had a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead Hampton (18-3) at the Bash with the Bronx at North Allegheny. Logan Golle scored 17, Lukas Stead had 11 and Pavle Slepcev finished with 10 for Allderdice (18-4).

South Allegheny 74, Shady Side Academy 71 – Drew Cook scored a game-high 28 points and hit four 3-pointers as South Allegheny (16-6) overcame a nine-point halftime deficit to beat nonsection opponent Shady Side Academy (14-7) in overtime. Cam Epps chipped in 14 points for South Allegheny. Eli Teslovich and Seamus Riordan scored 24 points each and Ryan Frolich added 18 points – all on 3-pointers – for Shady Side Academy, which had its eight-game winning streak snapped.

Uniontown 67, Berlin-Brothersvalley 60 (OT) – Jamire Braxton scored 18 points and Calvin Winfrey had 14 points as Uniontown (18-3) beat Berlin-Brothersvalley in overtime in a nonsection contest. Notorious Grooms added 12 points and 10 rebounds for Uniontown while Jeremiah Hager contributed 11 points. Berlin-Brothersvalley’s Pace Prosser led all scorers with 37 points, including seven 3-pointers, while Craig Jarvis tallied 14 points.

Upper St. Clair 50, Aliquippa 45 – Tyler Robbins scored 20 points, Christian Ito added 14 and Peja Strobl finished with 10 to lead Upper St. Clair (16-5) past Aliquippa (17-4) at the Bash with the Bronx at North Allegheny.

Washington 59, Monessen 56 – De’ondre Daugherty scored 20 points to lead Washington (15-7) to the nonsection win against Monessen (16-4). Ruben Gordon added 11 points for Washington while Lorenzo Gardner and Rodney Johnson scored 24 and 19 points, respectively, for Monessen.

Yough 66, Mt. Pleasant 51 – Terek Crosby and Austin Matthews each scored 24 points to lead Yough to a Section 4-3A victory. Zander Aird added 10 for the Cougars (18-4, 11-1). Connor Pavlocak scored 20 and Chase McCloy followed with 12 for the Vikings (8-11, 7-4). Mt. Pleasant charged no admission and held a collection for the family of referee Michael Roebuck, who collapsed at halftime of the junior varsity game between the Vikings and Cougars and died Feb. 2.

Girls basketball

Central Valley 52, Neshannock 44 – Nyah Hayes scored 24 points to lead Central Valley (10-10) to its fifth straight win by defeating Neshannock (15-7) in nonsection play. Izzy Miller added 10 points for Central Valley. Payton Newman paced Neshannock with 13 points while Kaitlyn Fries and Sophia Bonner tallied 11 points each.

Hampton 44, Seneca Valley 39 – At the Bash with the Bronx at North Allegheny, Meghan Murray scored 23 points to lead Hampton (12-10) to victory over Seneca Valley (12-10). Kat Milon added 11 points for Hampton while Natalie Hambly scored 19 points to lead Seneca Valley.

Indiana 46, DuBois Central Catholic 25 – Bella Antonacci scored 14 points and her sister, Julia, added 13 as Indiana (17-5) defeated DuBois Central Catholic in nonsection play.

Mt. Lebanon 48, Cumberland Valley 28 – Payton Collins had 17 points as Mt. Lebanon (12-10) beat Cumberland Valley in nonsection play. Shea McCarthy contributed 10 points for Mt. Lebanon while Payton Baseshore led Cumberland Valley with 12 points.

Oakland Catholic 44, North Catholic 28 – Kaylee DeAngelo scored 14 points and Raygen Hintemeyer added 11 as Oakland Catholic (22-0) beat North Catholic (14-7) in a nonsection game. Alayna Rocco scored 16 points for North Catholic.

Penn-Trafford 61, Gateway 25 – Olivia Pepple and Elle Visco scored 11 points apiece to lead Penn-Trafford (14-8) to a nonsection victory. Aubrie Lovelace scored 12 for Gateway (2-19).

Riverview 28, Jeannette 13 – Lily Bauer and Isabel Chaparro scored nine points each as Riverview (15-6, 6-2) beat Jeannette (8-9, 3-5) in Section 3-A. The Raiders held Jeannette to two points in the first half. Adriana Allison picked up nine points in the loss.

Shady Side Academy 62, Aquinas Academy 38 – Maggie Spell and Cassie Sauer scored 20 points each as Shady Side Academy (18-2) extended its winning streak to 13 with the nonsection win over Aquinas Academy (15-6). Karis Thomas added 16 points for Shady Side Academy, which led 32-16 at halftime. Violet Johnson had 10 points to lead Aquinas Academy.

South Allegheny 39, Cheswick Christian Academy 20 – Keelyn Hamilton had 13 points and Jaz Farnan contributed 11 points as South Allegheny (6-15) defeated Cheswick Christian Academy (7-8) in a nonsection game. Allie Szramowski scored 12 points for Cheswick Christian.

South Fayette 64, Penn Hills 33 – Juliette Leroux scored 18 points and Erica Hall added 14 as South Fayette (14-8) beat Penn Hills (10-11) at the Bash with the Bronx at North Allegheny.

Washington 38, Monessen 36 (OT) – In nonsection play, Olivia Woods had 14 points as Washington (14-8) beat Monessen (16-5) in overtime. Sidney Campbell scored nine points for Monessen.



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