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Hampton at New Castle sold out ..... WPIAL boys basketball playoff picture

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Tomorrow night is the final full night of section play in WPIAL boys basketball and there are still several playoff spots to be filled.

But before we give you the playoff picture, one piece of news concerning the Hampton vs. New Castle II. The game is sold out tomorrow at New Castle.

New Castle has a good-sized gym, but New Castle athletic director Sam Flora said at 7 p.m. tonight that the game is officially sold out. Flora said the crowd will be roughly 2,500. Below is a picture from the game and tomorrow the place will be even more crowded.

Now listen to what transpired with the tickets. It’s great to see a town follow a basketball team like this.

First off, New Castle has 600 season ticket holders. There are undoubtedly many schools in the WPIAL who don’t get 600 fans total for a game this late in the year.

Next, New Castle gave Hampton 350 tickets to sell and New Castle sold some student tickets. Then New Castle sold tickets to the general public tonight and Flora said the school sold well in excess of 1,000 tickets in about two hours. All of them were Red Hurricane fans.

More than 1,000 tickets to a high school game in two hours? Wow. But I love it.

“It’s New Castle, brother. What do you expect?” Flora said with a laugh.

They are definitely ‘Cane crazy in New Castle.

New Castle and Hampton met in the WPIAL Class AAAA championship last year and in the Class AAA title game two years ago.

Now the playoff picture. Four teams from each section qualify for the playoffs. If there is a tie between two or more teams for the final spot, head-to-head breaks the tie. If teams are tied in head-to-head competition, then the tied teams all qualify.

Here is the playoff picture.

CLASS AAAA

Section 1 – Hempfield, Kiski Area, Norwin and Latrobe have all clinched. The only way Connellsville can make it is if Latrobe loses its final two games to Albert Gallatin and Hempfield, and Connellsville beats Albert Gallatin.

Section 2 – Plum, Franklin Regional and Gateway have all clinched. The winner of Fox Chapel at Central Catholic Friday is in, and the loser is out.

Section 3 – New Castle, Hampton, North Allegheny and Seneca Valley have all clinched. No one else can qualify.

Section 4 – Upper St. Clair, Bethel Park and Mt. Lebanon have clinched. Peters Township and Canon-McMillan are alive for the other spot. Canon-McMillan plays Trinity tonight, and Peters Township plays host to Canon-McMillan tomorrow night. Regardless of what Canon-McMillan does tonight, the winner of tomorrow’s game is in the playoffs and the loser is out.

CLASS AAA

Section 1 – Mars, Indiana, Knoch and Kittanning have all clinched. No one else can qualify.

Section 2 – Central Valley, Blackhawk, Ambridge and West Allegheny have all clinched. No one else can qualify.

Section 3 – Uniontown, Mount Pleasant and Laurel Highlands have all clinched. The winner of tomorrow’s Greensburg Salem vs. Derry game gets the fourth spot and the loser is out.

Section 4 – Thomas Jefferson, Elizabeth Forward, Steel Valley and West Mifflin have all clinched spots and no one else can qualify.

Section 5 – Chartiers Valley, Montour, South Fayette and Keystone Oaks have all qualified. South Park can finish in a fourth-place tie and qualify for the playoffs if Montour beats Keystone Oaks tomorrow.

CLASS AA

Section 1 – Summit Academy, Apollo-Ridge, West Shamokin and Burrell are the four qualifiers.

Section 2 – Beaver Falls, Aliquippa, Neshannock and Laurel have clinched and no one else can qualify. Beaver Falls plays at Aliquippa tomorrow for the section title.

Section 3 – Greensburg Central Catholic, South Allegheny, Shady Side Academy and Jeannette have all clinced and no one else can qualify.

Section 4 – Seton-LaSalle, Washington, Chartiers-Houston and Brentwood have all clinched and no one else can qualify.

Section 5 – Brownsville, Frazier, Charleroi and California have all clinched. Jefferson-Morgan is still alive, but the only way Jeff-Morgan can qualify is if it beats West Greene, and California loses its final two games against Bentworth and Charleroi.

Section 6 – Avonworth, Quaker Valley, Sto-Rox and Northgate have all clinched. If Northgate loses to Avonworth tomorrow, then South Side Beaver also qualifies.

CLASS A

Section 1 – Lincoln Park, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Western Beaver and Union have all clinched. No one else can qualify.

Section 2 – Vincentian, Sewickley Academy, Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic and Eden Christian have all qualified. If Quigley beats Eden Christian tomorrow night, Quigley also qualifies.

Section 3 – Monessen, Carmichaels, Clairton and Mapletown have all clinched. No one else can qualify.

Section 4 – Imani Christian is in second place, but not eligible for the playoffs. Wilkinsburg, St. Joseph, Winchester Thurston and Trinity Christian are all in. Leechburg is still alive.

 

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West Mifflin's Maha done for season because of knee injury

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Another top guard in WPIAL basketball is done for the season because of a knee injury.

West Mifflin senior Ryan Maha will not play again and will have surgery on an injured knee next week. Maha has played the entire season with the injured knee and has missed some games because of it. He dealt with a lot of pain, putting off the surgery. But it eventually got to be too much. He scored his 1,000th career point earlier this season.

Ryan MahaMaha (pictured), whose father, Lance, is West Mifflin's coach, was a warrior to play through so much pain. He helped his team get a WPIAL Class AAA playoff berth. Maha is one of those kids you find yourself pulling for, because of his attitude, personality and other things away from the court. He had already signed with Carnegie Mellon. That tells you something about him off the court.

Maha is the second WPIAL guard to finish the season early because of a knee injury. Beaver Falls' Elijah Cottrill is done for the season and will have surgery Friday on his injured knee. Cottrill was a Post-Gazette Fabulous 5 last season.

It will be interesting to see how much Cottrill's and Maha's injuries hurt their team's playoff seeds. Neither team is the same without those two.

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Comments on Pitt's football recruiting class ..... List of district recruits

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Pitt's football recruiting class includes a good crop of offensive linemen. But overall, the Panthers' class is viewed as average.

At least that's what guys say who make a living out of rating players and recruiting classes. Pitt coach Paul Chryst signed 22 players today. The class has 23 recruits but Upper St. Clair's Rori Blair is already enrolled at the school for this semester.

Rivals.com ranks Pitt's class 43rd in the country while Scout.com ranked it 42nd. ESPN Recruiting Nation ranks Pitt's class ninth in the ACC.

Sam Werner of the Post-Gazette has a story on Pitt's class.

Mike GrimmThe offensive line recruits include two four-star players from the WPIAL - Mike Grimm of Bethel Park and Alex Bookser of Mt. Lebanon.

But it seems much of the talk concerning this class is the players the Panthers didn't get. Quarterback Wade Freebeck of St. Thomas Aquinas in Florida backed out of his verbal commitment and signed with Vanderbilt. The Panthers also were finalists for a few of the top players in the WPIAL but didn't land them, such as Gateway receiver-defensive back Montae Nicholson (Michigan State), Aliquippa defensive back Dravon Henry (West Virginia) and Washington running back Shai McKenzie (Virginia Tech).

But the Panthers did land seven WPIAL players.

Here are some comments from Mike Farrell, national recruiting analyst from Rivals.com

"There is good and bad to this class. The good is they did a good job on the offensive line. That's important to the foundation of an offense. The bad is a few guys got away and you don't want that to happen, especially if their local kids.

"Maybe the media built up expectations too much. I thought McKenzie would go to Pitt and I thought Montae would stay at home as well. When they don't do what myself and even some fans expect, it becomes a disappointment. Is Montae a difference maker? I don't know. On offense I think he is but I'm not sure about defense. McKenzie is a good running back and they could use him. But is he better than Chris James [running back recruit from Illinois]? That's a tossup. But Chris James is not a consolation prize. He is a terrific running back.

"Under Dave Wannstedt they really did a good job in Western Pennsylvania, but he never won the Big East. Can you win the ACC with just Western Pa. kids? Absolutely not. But if there are kids in your back yard and you've got a geographical advantage, you really need to take advantage of it.

"That being said, if I have my choice of getting Montae and Shai McKenzie, or a good offensive line class, I'd take the good offensive line class."

James got a four-star rating from Rivals.com. Pitt also got another talented running back in Qadree Ollison of Niagara Falls and a quarterback in Adam Bertke of Maria Stein, Ohio.

Here are some comments from Brian Dohn, national/Northeast recruiting analyst for Scout.com.

"To miss out on Nicholson and Henry were big because I think both are really good players and if you want to win, it starts on defense, and those kids can play in the secondary.

elijah zeise"I'd keep Shai McKenzie out of the loop because I don't know if they really wanted Shai McKenzie. They already had Qadree Ollison and Chris James when Shai was on the board. From Western Pa., I think it was great that they got Bookser and I know Elijah Zeise (pictured) is a nice player. 

"But you want them to lock it down out in the Pittsburgh area. Losing Robert Foster to Alabama [last year] was one thing. But when you lose a kid to Michigan State, one to West Virginia and one to Virginia Tech, that's a little troubling.

"But I really like the running backs in this class and the offensive line is good. I like the depth they have there. And another thing is I think they went for kids with character. I think that was a big point in this class. I think they wanted to concentrate on not only do you have to be a good player, but you also have to be a good kid.

"When you look at the depth of what Paul Chryst and his coaches are doing, they are trusting in their own evaluations, which is big. They evaluate kids and it doesn't matter what other schools are doing or other people are saying about those kids. They're trusting their own evaluations."

WPIAL recruits

Below is a list of Division I-A recruits from the WPIAL. One tidbit first. Sage Curry, a tight end-fullback-linebacker from Beaver Falls, had committed to West Virginia last summer. But he will not sign with WVU. Beaver Falls coach Ryan Matsook said Curry most likely will attend a junior college, possibly Lackawanna in Eastern Pennsylvania.

Now the list:

AKRON - Brock Boxen, Beaver Falls (DL, 6-3 – 260); Chandler Kincade, Blackhawk (QB, 6-4, 210).

BALL STATE – Jake McPhatter, New Castle (RB-DB, 5-11, 170).  

BOWLING GREEN - Andrew Podbielski, Blackhawk (TE-DL,  6-5 – 235).

FLORIDA STATE – J.J. Cosentino, Central Catholic (QB, 6-4, 215).

KENT STATE – Connor Shinsky, Knoch (OL-DL, 6-5, 250).

MASSACHUSETTS – Charan Singh, Franklin Regional (QB-DB, 6-1, 170).

MICHIGAN - Chase Winovich, Thomas Jefferson ( LB,  6-3, 216).

MICHIGAN STATE – Montae Nicholson, Gateway (WR-DB, 6-3, 205).

NAVY – Tory Delmonico, West Allegheny (RB-LB, 6-3, 203).

OHIO STATE - Malik Hooker, New Castle (WR-DB, 6-2, 185).

PENN STATE – Troy Apke, Mt. Lebanon (WR, 6-2, 186). 

PITT - Rori Blair, Upper St. Clair (DE, 6-3, 225); Alex Bookser, Mt. Lebanon (OL, 6-6, 295); Dennis Briggs, Shady Side Academy (RB-DB, 5-11, 195); JaQuan Davidson, Elizabeth Forward (QB-WR-DB, 6-2, 173); Mike Grimm, Bethel Park (OL, 6-6, 325); Quintin Wirginis, Fox Chapel (LB, 6-2, 225); Elijah Zeise, North Allegheny (WR-DB, 6-2, 185).

TEMPLE -  Delvon Randall, Gateway (WR-DB, 6-1, 185); Brenon Thrift, Gateway (LB, 6-3, 230); Lenny Williams, Sto-Rox (QB, 5-11, 197).

TOLEDO – Terry Swanson, Aliquippa (RB-DB, 5-10, 187).

VANDERBILT – Tre Tarpley, Central Catholic (DB, 6-1, 195).

VIRGINIA - Darrious Carter, Indiana (DE, 6-5, 205).

VIRGINIA TECH – Shai McKenzie, Washington (RB, 6-0, 216).

WEST VIRGINIA – Jaleel Fields, Aliquippa (OL-DL, 6-2, 287); Dravon Henry, Aliquippa (RB-DB, 6-2, 187); Ricky Rogers, Gateway (WR, 6-1, 200).

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Allderdice's "twinsanity" goes national ..... District football recruiting list

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Back in December, the Post-Gazette ran a story on "twinsanity" with Allderdice's boys basketball team. Credit coach Buddy Valinsky for coming up with that term.

Now Allderdice's story is going national.

Valinsky said NBC news will do a story Thursday on "twinsanity" at Allderdice. Valinsky has three sets of identical twins on his team - juniors Kenny and Keith Robinson, seniors Davaughn and Javaughn Moultrie and sophomores Tim and James Jackson. (the twins are all pictured below). 

On top of that, the twin players, point guard Juwan Ledbetter has a fraternal twin, Jalen, who keeps the scorebook for Allderdice.

 

The "twinsanity" also has been written about on national web sites.

 

The twins are helping Allderdice to a successful season. Allderdice is 12-4 and plays at undefeated Obama Friday in a big City League game.

District football recruits

Tomorrow is "letter-of-intent" day, the first day high school senior football players can sign a binding letter of intent with a college. Here are the WPIAL players who have committed to Division I-A colleges.

 

AKRON - Brock Boxen, Beaver Falls (DL, 6-3 – 260); Chandler Kincade, Blackhawk (QB, 6-4, 210).

BALL STATE – Jake McPhatter, New Castle (RB-DB, 5-11, 170).  

BOWLING GREEN - Andrew Podbielski, Blackhawk (TE-DL,  6-5 – 235).

FLORIDA STATE – J.J. Cosentino, Central Catholic (QB, 6-4, 215).

KENT STATE – Connor Shinsky, Knoch (OL-DL, 6-5, 250).

MASSACHUSETTS – Charan Singh, Franklin Regional (QB-DB, 6-1, 170).

MICHIGAN - Chase Winovich, Thomas Jefferson ( LB,  6-3, 216).

MICHIGAN STATE – Montae Nicholson, Gateway (WR-DB, 6-3, 205).

NAVY – Tory Delmonico, West Allegheny (RB-LB, 6-3, 203).

OHIO STATE - Malik Hooker (WR-DB, 6-2, 185).

PENN STATE – Troy Apke, Mt. Lebanon (WR, 6-2, 186). 

PITT - Rori Blair, Upper St. Clair (DE, 6-3, 225); Alex Bookser, Mt. Lebanon (OL, 6-6, 295); Dennis Briggs, Shady Side Academy (RB-DB, 5-11, 195); JaQuan Davidson, Elizabeth Forward (QB-WR-DB, 6-2, 173); Mike Grimm, Bethel Park (OL, 6-6, 325); Quintin Wirginis, Fox Chapel (LB, 6-2, 225); Elijah Zeise, North Allegheny (WR-DB, 6-2, 185).

TEMPLE -  Delvon Randall, Gateway (WR-DB, 6-1, 185); Brenon Thrift, Gateway (LB, 6-3, 230); Lenny Williams, Sto-Rox (QB, 5-11, 197).

TOLEDO – Terry Swanson, Aliquippa (RB-DB, 5-10, 187).

VANDERBILT – Tre Tarpley, Central Catholic (DB, 6-1, 195).

VIRGINIA - Darrious Carter, Indiana (DE, 6-5, 205).

VIRGINIA TECH – Shai McKenzie, Washington (RB, 6-0, 216).

WEST VIRGINIA – Sage Curry, Beaver Falls (LB, 6-1, 200); Jaleel Fields, Aliquippa (OL-DL, 6-2, 287); Dravon Henry, Aliquippa (RB-DB, 6-2, 187); Ricky Rogers, Gateway (WR, 6-1, 200).

 

 

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Nola a candidate at Gateway ..... Dukes get top players ..... State basketball rankings

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Could highly-successful Clairton football coach Tom Nola be on the sidelines at Gateway next season?

Nola had no comment on the situation but the Post-Gazette has learned he is definitely a candidate for the Gateway job. He has applied. The job became open when the school decided to open Donnie Militzer's position after only one season. 

Nola (pictured) has been Clairton's coach since 2002. He has won six WPIAL titles and four PIAA championships. He guided the team to a state-record 66-game winning streak, which was snapped last season.

One of the other candidates for the Gateway job is former Plum coach Frank Sacco. He coached Plum from 2009-12 before the school opened his position.

Gateway already has interviewed candidates. No word on when a coach will be hired. Stay tuned.

Duquesne gets top players

It looks like coach Jerry Schmitt is putting together a pretty good recruiting class for Duquesne University. The Post-Gazette has learned of three more WPIAL players who will sign with the Dukes Wednesday:

*** Upper St. Clair lineman Ben Huss. Huss was a Post-Gazette Fabulous 22 selection this past season and last week was selected to the Big 33 Pennsylvania team. Upper St. Clair coach Jim Render has called Huss one of the most athletic linemen he has ever coached.

*** Beaver Falls quarterback-defensive back Danny Stratton. Stratton (pictured) was an all-conference pick and a two-time Post-Gazette West Fabulous 22 selection. He threw for 1,442 yards last season. But Stratton is a good enough athlete that he could also play a different position. He is in his second year as a starter for the Beaver Falls basketball team.

*** New Castle's Stew Allen. Allen is a good-size tight end who also is a starter on the undefeated New Castle basketball team.

On top of those players, Duquesne also landed two transfers from Division I schools. Former Chartiers Valley quarterback-receiver-defensive back Wayne Capers transferred from the University of Arizona. 

Former Gateway linebacker Jesse Armstead transferred from Purdue.

State basketball rankings

Here are the latest state boys basketball rankings from pennlive.com and the Harrisburg Patriot-News.

 

CLASS AAAA

No.  School                                          Rec    Pvs

1.     Roman Catholic (12)                  16-3        1

2.     New Castle (7)                            19-0        2

3.     Martin Luther King (12)            17-4        4                           

4.     Chester (1)                                  14-3        5

5.     Hampton (7)                                18-2        3

6.     North Allegheny (7)                    16-2        6

7.     Great Valley (1)                           18-2        7

8 .    Obama Academy (8)                   15-0      10                                    

9.     St. Joseph’s Prep (12)                 15-4     NR

10.  Lower Merion (1)                         13-6     NR

Others to watch: Abington (1) 17-3, Bethel Park (7) 14-4, Carlisle (3) 14-6, Cathedral Prep (10) 10-5, Cedar Crest (3) 16-4, Central (12) 20-2, Central York (3) 18-2, Conestoga (1) 17-3, Cumberland Valley (3) 15-5, East Stroudsburg North (11) 14-4, Emmaus (11) 14-5, Fox Chapel (7) 15-4, Franklin Regional (7) 13-6, Gateway (7) 12-8, Harrisburg (3) 16-5, Haverford (1) 13-7, Hazleton (2) 16-2, Hempfield (3) 15-5, Hempfield (7) 17-2, Hershey (3) 13-7, LaSalle College (12) 16-4, Lower Dauphin (3) 12-7, McCaskey (3) 14-6, McDowell (10) 16-2, Oxford (1) 15-5, Parkland (11) 15-4, Penn Wood (1) 12-6, Penncrest (1) 15-5, Pennsbury (1) 16-3, Plum (7) 16-2, Plymouth-Whitemarsh (1) 18-2, Pocono Mountain West (11) 14-4, Reading (3) 15-6, Red Lion (3) 18-3, Spring-Ford (1) 18-2, Upper Darby (1) 13-6, Upper St. Clair (7) 14-5, Whitehall (11) 12-8, William Allen (11) 12-7, Wilson (3) 19-2, York (3) 15-5.

 

CLASS AAA 

No.  School                                             Rec     Pvs

1.     Neumann-Goretti (12)                  15-4         2

2.     Archbishop Carroll  (12)               17-3         1

3.     Allentown Central Cath (11)         19-0         3

4.     Imhotep Charter (12)                    18-4         4

5.     Berks Catholic (3)                           17-3         5

6.     Chartiers Valley (7)                        18-1         7

7.     Abington Heights (2)                      17-1         8

8.     Scranton Prep (2)                           17-1         9

9.     Central Valley (7)                           16-2       10

10.   Bishop McDevitt (3)                       19-1          6

Others to watch: Archbishop Wood (12) 11-9, Blue Mountain (11) 18-2, Boiling Springs (3) 18-2, Boys Latin (12) 19-3, Crestwood (2) 15-3, Elizabeth Forward (7) 15-3, Erie East (10) 14-3, Farrell (10) 16-1, GAR Memorial (2) 14-4, Girard (10) 10-5, Hickory (10) 13-3, Holy Ghost Prep (1) 15-5, Honesdale (2) 16-2, Indiana (7) 17-2, Knoch (7) 14-4, Manheim Central (3) 18-2, Mars (7) 11-6, Montour (7) 12-6, Oil City (10) 13-2, Philly Electrical (12) 13-9, Pottsville (11) 17-3, Salisbury (11) 14-6, Shamokin (4) 17-2, South Fayette (7) 11-5, Steel Valley (7) 13-3, Steelton-Highspire (3) 17-4, Strong Vincent (10) 9-5, Susquehanna Twp (3) 13-5, Thomas Jefferson (7) 17-2, Uniontown (7) 17-1, West York (3) 21-1.

 

CLASS AA 

No.  School                                                  Rec    Pvs

1.     Constitution (12)                                18-4       1

2.     Loyalsock (4)                                      16-1       2

3.     Lewisburg (4)                                     18-1       3

4.     Seton-La Salle (7)                               19-1       4

5.     Greensburg Central Cath (7)            15-2       5

6.     Beaver Falls (7)                                  16-4       8

7.     Aliquippa (7)                                       14-5       9

8.     Mid Valley (2)                                     15-2        7

9.     Holy Cross (2)                                     13-4    NR                                       

10.   Fairview (10)                                      15-2     10

Others to watch: Avonworth (7) 15-3, Bald Eagle Area (6) 15-4, Bishop McCort (6) 12-4, Blairsville (6) 15-1, Calvary Christian (1) 15-2, Camp Hill (3) 14-8, Central Martinsburg (6) 11-6, Chartiers-Houston (7) 13-5, Columbia (3) 13-7, Conemaugh Twp (5) 13-4, Conwell-Egan (12) 14-6, Dunmore (2) 11-8, East Juniata (4) 17-0, Elk Lake (2) 17-0, Hanover (3) 16-5, Jeannette (7) 11-7, Mercyhurst Prep (10) 14-3, Neshannock (7) 15-5, Quaker Valley (7) 17-2, Penns Valley (6) 14-2, Richland (6) 13-3, Riverside (2) 13-5, Shady Side Academy (7) 11-8, South Allegheny (7) 13-7, South Williamsport (4) 13-4, Towanda (4) 16-2, Tyrone (6) 15-3, Washington (7) 14-6, Wellsboro (4) 14-5, West Middlesex (10) 12-5, Windber (5) 13-3.

 

CLASS A 

No.  School                                                   Rec    Pvs

1.     Lincoln Park (7)                                   18-1       1

2.     Math, Civics & Sciences (12)                 8-13     2

3.     Bishop Carroll (6)                                17-0       3

4.     Vincentian (7)                                      18-1        4

5.     St. John Neumann (4)                          18-0        5

6.     Johnsonburg (9)                                   17-3       6

7.     Elk County Catholic (9)                        16-2        7

8.     Monessen (7)                                        14-5        8                                  

9.     Bishop Guilfoyle (6)                             14-2        9

10.  Church Farm (1)                                   14-4     NR

Others to watch: Berlin Brothersvalley (5) 14-2, Cameron County (9) 17-1, Carmichaels (7) 14-2, Clarion-Limestone (9) 17-1, Cochranton (10) 15-3, DuBois Central Catholic (9) 13-4, Greenwood (3) 14-5, Homer-Center (6) 17-2, Juniata Valley (6) 16-3, Kennedy Catholic (10) 10-7, Lebanon Catholic (3) 12-7, Mahanoy Area (11) 18-2, Mansfield (4) 15-5, Mount Calvary (3) 17-2, Nativity (11) 15-4, New Hope Academy (3) 10-8, North Catholic (7) 9-9, Notre Dame-East Stroudsburg (11) 14-5, Our Lady of Sacred Heart (7) 14-5, Phil-Mont Christian (1) 14-3, Pius X (11) 13-3, Portage (6) 14-4, Ridgway (9) 16-4, Sewickley Academy (7) 12-5, Shade (5) 13-4, Shanksville-Stonycreek (5) 14-4, Sullivan County (4) 14-5, Western Beaver (7) 13-4.

 

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