With the regular season’s 2nd half starting, Sharon High boys basketball team is sub-.500.
But playing on the Tigers’ turf is still a tough out.
Darrell Stovall’s 19-point, 12-rebound double-double stoked Sharon to a 60-46 District 10 Region 5-AAA win over Farrell Friday night.
Sharon (4-4 Region 5-AAA, 6-7 overall) won its 5th contest at home to remain undefeated, while the Steelers suffered their 1st setback on the road.
“Yeah, and we’ve gotta keep it that way,” Sharon stalwart Darrell Stovall said of Sharon’s success on home hardwood.
With Jason Page pumping in a pair of 3-point fielders, Malik Miller adding another, and Ike Jones joining in with 7 of his team-high 17 points, Farrell forged a 20-16 first-quarter edge.
However from that juncture the Tigers’ 2-3 matchup zone defense forced Farrell into 8-for-48 shooting over the game’s final 24 minutes.
“We put that in two days ago,” related 1st-year Tigers taskmaster Jason Rankin. “Coach (Geoff) Evans came to me before the game and said, ‘Why don’t we start out in it, see what they do?’ And (the Steelers) shot the lights out in the first quarter (8 for 18, 3 triples), but they scored 26 the rest of the game.
“It’s kind’ve like a ‘fool’s gold’ thing,” Rankin related. “You start making three’s and all of a sudden you start standing out there shooting three’s. So we were able to make some adjustments, the kids made adjustments on the fly, and I was really proud of the effort they gave.”
With Stovall scoring 6 second-stanza points and the Steelers shooting 3 for 17, Sharon surged to a 29-26 margin at intermission.
The Tigers tallied 6 of 9 third-quarter floor shots — with Stovall, who shot 9 for 11 on the night, sinking all 3 of his attempts, including a corner trey at the 5:01 segment — and the Tigers took a 48-38 edge into the final frame.
“It really came off my teammates. The found me, they saw me, and I crashed the boards and did what I had to do to win this game,” Stovall related. “I can’t be one-dimensional; I’ve gotta be everywhere sometimes.”
From the field Farrell froze up. During a 3:43 span — with 1:21 left in the 3rd period when Page found Jones, drawing the Steelers within 44-38, until Jones’ pair of freebies with 5:29 left in the finale — the Steelers went scoreless. By that time the Tigers had taken a 54-40 lead.
“There was a stretch in the third quarter where they got hot and we got cold ... we had three or four go in and out, and I thought that was the difference in the game,” assessed Steelers’ skipper Roland Shannonhouse.
During the 4th frame Khalil Hopson hit 6 of 8 freebies en route to 11-for-13 marksmanship and an 18-point, 7-rebound, 5-assist line.
With 4:11 remaining to play, Stovall and the Steelers’ Tyrone Archie tied up for a loose-ball rebound and simultaneouly crashed to the floor. But Rankin defused a potential emotionally-charged situation by hailing a timeout.
“I’ve been reminded over and over, and certainly I’ve seen it on YouTube, the infamous fight that happened here,” Rankin related, “and the last thing we wanted to do was be in a situation where, not only did we lose our heads and possibly lose the game, but then lose a player for this one and the next game.
“It is an emotional situation,” Rankin continued, “but they’re kids and they have to be reminded that this is a game, it’s not about someone’s life being on the line, and they have to continue to do what they have to do.”
“That’s all that I had to do, was keep my composure. We had the game in hand, so why would I go out and risk me sitting out with a ‘T’ (technical),” Stovall rhetorically asked, emphasizing, “I had to keep myself in the game.”
“I have to take off my hat to both teams. They played hard, they were like warriors, both sides,” Shannonhouse assessed. “You hate to see one team lose, but they were the better team (Friday) night. ,... We’ll try to get ’em at home.”
Farrell (4-4, 7-7) finished 16 for 67 from the floor (23.8 percent), with Page, Miller and Jamel Brown combining for an 8-for-38 shooting performance. Jones’ 17-point, 7-rebound effort sparked the Steelers, while Archie annexed a team-high 10 caroms. Page, Marquette Coleman and Brown dished out 4, 3 and 3 assists, respectively, and Farrell committed only 6 miscues. But the Steelers were sabotagized by their shooting.
“It’s just the mere fact that we have to have more confidence on offense,” Shannonhouse said. “I thought our defense wasn’t too bad, we turned ’em over quite a bit (18 Tigers’ turnovers), but we just could not get any easy ones to fall ...
“But, hey, it happens. You’re gonna win some of those games like that and you’re gonna lose some of those games like that. You just take it on the chin, bounce back (today) and go to work,” Shannonhouse summarized.
Rankin is hoping the win jump-starts a Sharon 2nd-half surge.
“The funny thing is, our schedule’s been against us, but now it’s coming for us. We said if we get a good one here, we can catapult with Meadville coming, Grove City coming and the top three teams coming after this. The only this is, we’ve gotta end the season (at E.J. McCluskey Gymasium), which would be a raucus situation.
“But, hey,’ Rankin reasoned, “if we’re in a situation where we have to play to get in(to the playoffs), I’ll be happy because at least it’ll be a playoff-type game.”
Notes: Sharon shot 21 for 47 (44.6) from the field and converted 14 of 18 freebies (77.8). ... The Tigers also outrebounded the Steelers, 42-36. ... D’Amond Crawford collected 8 points and 6 rebounds for Sharon, also. — By Ed Farrell, Herald assistant sports editor.
ä Hickory 81, George Junior Republic 58 — At “The Hive” in Hermitage, the Hornets had won in overtime in their past 2 games (vs. Franklin and Slippery Rock).
However Hickory (8-0, 10-2) led 14-10 after 8 minutes of play and 36-16 at halftime and rolled past the Tigers (2-6, 4-7) in the Region 5-AAA clash.
Matt Votino rifled in 22 points to lead Hickory while Marcus Sonoga bucketed 14, Anthony Cannone had 11 points and dished out 5 assists and Andrew Pryts added 10 markers.
Quamere Boggs had 16 to lead GJR, Dominic Barnes bucketed 13 and Eddie Pena had 10.
ä West Middlesex 97, Wilmington 55 — At New Wilmington, the visiting Big Reds rolled to the Region 2-AA road rout, nearly attaining the century mark for the 2nd time this season.
West Middlesex went up 28-4 after 8 minutes and never was challenged.
Matt Dogan deposited a game-high 24 points for West Middlesex (6-0, 10-3), Jeremy Jansco, Trey Staunch and Jarrod Palmer evenly divided an additional 45 points, Christian Porterfield pumped in a dozen while Roman Klaric contributed 10 tallies.
For Wilmington (1-5, 4-9), Jesse Hilliard hit for 21 points, Jordan Smith scored 11 and Davis Smith 10.
ä Lakeview 39, Mercer 36 — At Stoneboro the Sailors (5-1, 12-2) watched an 18-point 3rd quarter lead dissipate before holding on for the Region 2-AA victory.
Trailing 38-36, Mercer (2-4, 5-7) had a chance to knot the score at 38-all with 4 seconds left, but sophomore guard Logan Clarke missed both freebies and Lakeview’s Casey Greggs made 1-of-2 three seconds later to ice the game.
Despite watching its offense struggle to find any rhythm, the Sailors buckled their chinstraps and harassed Mercer into 4-of-23 shooting and 13 turnovers in the 1st half to assume a 24-11 cushion entering intermission.
Greggs opened the 2nd half with a triple and Coty Gander followed with a lay-up to put Lakeview up 29-11, but from there, it was all Mercer.
Aided by a 21-6 run over the 3rd and 4th quarters, the Mustangs pulled within 37-36 on Danny Miller’s lay-up with 2:26 left. Lakeview chewed up almost 2 full minutes of clock on its next possession before committing a turnover and setting up Clarke’s trip to the free throw line.
Both teams struggled offensively, with Mercer making 27 percent of its shots from the field (12 for 44) and Lakeview managing just 33 percent (13-of-39) without committing a high volume of turnovers.
For the Sailors, Gander posted 12 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 blocks. Casey Greggs and Dalton Boggs combined for another 17 markers, 10 rebounds and 5 steals.
Nate Guiler led Mercer with 12 points, while Miller contributed 9 — Information submitted by sports correspondent Corey J. Corbin.
ä Sharpsville 51, Greenville 49 — At Greenville, the visiting Blue Devils (4-2, 8-5) led 13-6 at the end of the 1st quarter and held on to edge the Trojans (1-5, 4-9) in a Region 2-AA encounter.
Tyler Luchey buried a 6-footer with 2 seconds left to lift Sharpsville to victory.
Jalen Mockabee registered 15 points for Sharpsville and Luchey collected 13 markers.
Tyler Fattman and Luke Houpt both scored 11 points for Greenville.
ä Kennedy Catholic 63, Commodore Perry 32 — At Sheakleyville, the visiting Golden Eagles eased to the Region 1-A road rout.
Jeffrey Thompkins tallied a game-high 16 points to key Kennedy Catholic (3-0, 8-3), while Chris James joined in with 13 and Mac Hartman hit a dozen.
For Commodore Perry (0-3, 2-11), Brandon Stringert scored 9.
ä VisionQuest 89, Jamestown 39 — At Franklin High, the host Eagles (2-1, 3-10) eased to the Region 1-A win as Hunter hit for a game-high 30 points, McLennan lent 25, and Adams added 19 for coach Richard Gordon’s group.
Jamestown (1-3, 1-11) was led by Ryan Livingston’s 17 points, a figure matched by Muskies’ mate Alex Boylan.
ä Brookfield 64, Conneaut 41 — At Brookfield, coach Bill Kovach’s Warriors improved to 10-1 with the rout of Conneaut, Ohio.
Jeremy Quinlan notched a 20-point, 10-rebound double-double to lead Brookfield. Also, Ryan Mosora had 13 points and 5 steals, Jimmy Quinlan scored a dozen points and Collin Harkulich contributed 10 markers.
Christian Williams scored 16 for Conneaut.
Grove City swept Hickory in a recent match. The GC boys won 96-40 while the Lady Eagles notched a 92-68 win. The following Hickory results were reported to The Herald:
Boys: Kevin Hartenstein won the 100 backstroke while Jaylan Sharper was 1st in the breakstroke. Kyle and Kevin Hartenstein, Vince Currie and Sharper took 1st in the 400 free-relay and the foursome of Trand Wright, Derek Work, Sharper and Kyle Hartenstein won the 200 free-relay.
Girls: Individual winners were Paige Brown (100 breastroke) and Delaney Javens (200 ’free). Haley Boyd was 2nd in the 100 breaststroke, Javens placed 2nd in the 100 butterfly and Jordan Graves was runner-up in the 50 ’free.
Breah Quatkemeyer, Annalise Bianco, Robyn McGowan and Javens placed 1st in the 400 free-relay while Theresa Tremmel, Veronica Stefanik, Patrica McQuiston and Chelsea Panin were 2nd.
Stefanik, Brown, Javens and Graves were 2nd in the 200 medley relay and Bailey and Paige Brown, Quatkemeyer and Graves finished 2nd in the 200 free-relay.
FARRELL 20 6 12 8 46
SHARON 16 13 19 12 60
FARRELL — Brown 3-2-3-8, Miller 2-1-1-6, Jones 5-7-9-17, Archie 2-0-2-4, Page 3-0-0-9, Coleman 0-0-0-0, Burns 0-0-0-0, Hyman 0-0-0-0, Pratt 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Page 3, Miller 1. Totals: 16-10-15-46.
SHARON — Hopson 3-11-13-18, Robinson 2-1-2-6, Stovall 9-0-0-19, Henry 1-0-0-2, Porterfield 3-0-1-7, Crawford 3-2-2-8, Hawkins 0-0-0-0, Lampkins 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Hopson 1, Porterfield 1, Stovall 1, Robinson 1. Totals: 21-14-18-60.
JV — Farrell, 58-41. Dewayne Burns 15, Tequan Pratt 11 for Farrell; Carnell Hawkins 12, Mark Henry 10 for Sharon.
GJR 10 6 17 25 58
HICKORY 14 22 26 19 81
GEORGE JUNIOR REPUBLIC — Boggs 8-0-0-16, Pearson 3-1-2-7, Toney 3-0-0-7, Oliver 0-0-0-0, Barnes 6-1-5-13, Plowden 0-2-2-2, Gibson 1-1-2-3, Pena 5-0-0-10. 3-pt. goal: Toney 1. Totals: 25-1-5-11-58.
HICKORY — Tantuo 0-0-0-0, Votino 6-7-7-22, N. Mastrian 1-2-2-4, V. Mastrian 1-0-0-3, Sonoga 6-0-0-14, Passalinqua 0-0-0-0, Nardone 3-1-2-7, Cannone 4-1-2-11, Rhoades 1-0-0-2, A. Pryts 5-0-0-10, Green 4-0-1-8. 3-pt. goal: Votino 3, Sonoga 2, Cannone 2, V. Mastrian 1. Totals: 31-11-14-81.
JV — GJR, 54-52 (OT). Toney 15, Gibson 12. Nick Tantuo 16 for Hickory.
SHARPSVILLE 13 10 15 13 51
GREENVILLE 6 16 13 14 49
SHARPSVILLE — Luchey 5-3-5-13, Kennedy 2-3-6-7, Bulick 3-0-0-6, Barringer 2-0-0-4, Smith 3-0-0-6, Mockabee 7-1-2-15. Totals: 22-7-13-51.
GREENVILLE — Fattman 3-4-5-11, Houpt 4-3-6-11, M.Jones 2-1-2-5, Ferguson 2-0-0-6, Addison 2-1-1-5, Reiser 0-2-4-2, A.Jones 0-0-1-0, Emmett 4-1-2-9. 3-pt. goals: Ferguson 2, Fattman 1. Totals: 17-12-21-49.
JV — Greenville won (no score reported).
KENNEDY 6 22 19 16 63
COMM. PERRY 6 11 6 9 32
KENNEDY CATHOLIC — Brewer 1-0-0-2, Zachar 1-0-0-2, Thompkins 6-3-3-16, D’Onofrio 1-3-4-5, G.Cianci 1-1-2-4, Feeney 0-0-0-0, Stanek 0-0-0-0, James 5-3-4-13, Weldon 0-2-2-2, Hartman 2-8-8-12, Campbell 2-0-0-4, N.Cianci 0-2-2-2, Leipheimer 0-1-2-1, Wassil 0-0-0-0, Hurton 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Thompkins 1, G.Cianci 1. Totals: 19-23-27-63.
COMMODORE PERRY — B.Stringert 3-3-10-9, Small 0-2-4-2, Britton 0-3-6-3, P.Stringert 2-0-2-4, Matisko 2-0-0-4, Hildebran 1-0-0-2, Richmond 0-1-2-1, McCracken 1-1-2-4, Kiser 1-0-3-3. 3-pt. goals: McCracken 1, Kiser 1. Totals: 10-10-29-32.
JV — Kennedy Catholic, 53-31. Jake Leipheimer 13 for KC; Jeremiah Small 14 for CP.
MIDDLESEX 28 23 23 23 97
WILMINGTON 4 21 15 15 55
WEST MIDDLESEX — C.Porterfield 5-0-0 12, Palmer 6-1-1-15, Williams 1-0-1-2, J.Porterfield 1-0-0-2, Jansco 6-3-3-15, Staunch 6-3-5-15, R.Dogan 1-0-0-2, Klaric 3-2-3-10, M.Dogan 10-3-5-24. 3-pt. goals — C.Porterfield 2, Palmer 2, Klaric 1, M.Dogan 1. Totals: 39 12-18 97.
WILMINGTON — Fagan 2-0-0-6, Hilliard 7-6-8-21, J.Smith 4-3-4-11, Anthony 0-2-4-2, R.Brumbaugh 1-1-4-3, D.Smith 4-0-0-10, Bloise 0-2-2-2. 3-pt. goals: Fagan 2, D.Smith 2, Hilliard 1 . Totals: 18-14-22-55.
JV — West Middlesex, 59-29. Josiah Bloise 12 for Wilmington.
MERCER 8 3 13 12 36
LAKEVIEW 12 12 9 6 39
MERCER — Clarke 1-1-4-3, Guiler 4-0-1-12, Rymniak 1-0-0-2, Miller 2-5-6-9, Brest 2-0-0-4, Davis 0-2-2-2, Fowler 1-0-0-2, Nan 0-0-0-0, Handerhan 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Guiler 4. Totals: 12-8-14-38.
LAKEVIEW — Greggs 2-3-5-9, Boggs 4-0-1-8, Gander 3-6-8-12, B. Rice 3-0-0-6, VanDusen 0-1-2-1, A. Rice 1-0-0-2, Bigley 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Greggs 2, Boggs 1. Totals: 13-10-16-39.
JV — Lakeview, 44-33.
JAMESTOWN 10 9 11 9 39
VISIONQUEST 26 24 20 19 89
JAMESTOWN — Adams 1-0-0-3, Kilgore 0-0-2-0, Potter 0-2-2-2, Boylan 7-3-6-17, Livingston 6-2-6-17, Dupree 0-0-0-0, Melton 0-0-1-0. 3-pt. goals: Livingston 3, Adams 1. Totals: 14-7-17-39.
VISIONQUEST — Gonzales 1-0-0-3, Adams 8-3-6-19, Hunter 14-2-5-30, McLennan 11-3-5-25, Simms 1-0-0-2, McDonald 1-0-0-2, Foster 2-2-4-6, Rigney 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Gonzales 1. Totals: 39-10-20-89.
JV — No game.
CONNEAUT 11 6 13 11 41
BROOKFIELD 14 12 14 24 64
CONNEAUT — Mirando 1-1-2-3, Stebs 0-0-0-0, Campbell 3-0-0-9, Gearics 1-0-0-2, Borgenroingo 1-2-2-5, Gniser 2-1-1-5, Blood 0-0-0-0, Sprinkles 0-0-0-0, Myers 0-0-0-0, Oatman 0-0-0-0, Williams 5-2-2-16, Ritai 0-1-2-1. 3-pt. goals: Williams 4, Campbell 3, Borgenroingo 1. Totals: 13-7-9-41.
BROOKFIELD — Jim. Quinlan 3-6-10-12, Harkulich 3-2-2-10, Dickson 1-2-2-5, Jer. Quinlan 8-2-2-20, Mosora 5-2-2-13, Tarver 2-0-0-4, Wallace 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Harkulich 2, Jer. Quinlan 2, Mosora 1, Dickson 1. Totals: 22-14-18-64.
JV — Brookfield, 45-32. Nate Johnson 12 for Brookfield; Justin Myers 17 for Conneaut.
With the regular season’s 2nd half starting, Sharon High boys basketball team is sub-.500.
Roundup: Sharon rallies to beat WM, 72-56
When West Middlesex High’s wonderful 2013 Final Four run ended last March 22, it was at Sharon’s Tiger gymnasium. And while Tuesday night’s circumstances were considerably less dramatic, they ended similarly.
The Big Reds built a 20-8 first-quarter bulge. Ultimately, however, West Middlesex made 27 miscues, resulting in a 72-56 District 10 inter-region setback at Sharon.
Roundup: WM girls beat UC; Sharpsville, KC fall
ä West Middlesex 52, Union City 27 — At Union City, coach Mike Williams’ Region 1-A Ms. Reds improved to 2-1 with a win over the Lady Bears of Region 4-AA.
Alyson Pierce scored 15 to lead WM, Noelle Murray registered 13 points and Allie Staunch bucketed 10 markers.
Hickory falls to Lions in PIAA Class AA western region final
SLIPPERY ROCK — Brett Brumbaugh brought Bill Brest back to reality.
Brest seemed, Saturday afternoon, momentarily lost in thought when a post-game question was posed. Perhaps it was because it had been 3 months since he had experienced the disappointment of defeat.
Brumbaugh-led South Fayette’s football team short-circuited a splendid season a step shy of the statewide stage for Brest and Hickory High with a 23-20 win over the Hornets in the PIAA Class AA western regional championship game.
SPORTVIEW: Browns, Steelers will both lose
THE CLEVELAND Browns quarterback position has been a revolving door this season, but at least one of the more successful signal-callers is back. Jason Campbell is recovered from a concussion and will start.
Does it really matter?
Roundup: Opening-weekend tipoff tourneys conclude
Kittanning Tipoff Championship
ä Hickory 60, Kittanning 32 — Coach Jeannette Whitehead’s Lady Hornets had an impressive weekend in winning the opening tourney of the season.
“It’s nice to get out of the game with a win,” said Whitehead. “The kids were anxious to get going.”
2013-14 hoops season begins with tipoff tourneys
Farrell Julius McCoy Tipoff Tourney
ä Kennedy Catholic 48, Imani Christian Academy 40 — The Golden Eagles set up an all local rematch with host Farrell by pulling away in the fourth quarter in a tight battle.
For KC, Gerald Zachar and Sam Crow each scored 13 points to pace the victory, Brown had 14 and Southerner 12 for Imani.
Brookfield boys win season-opener against Py Valley
It was a typical season-opener: Too many turnovers, some questionable shot selection, and careless personal fouls. But for Brookfield High boys’ bench boss Bill Kovach, “ ... always happy with a win.”
The Warriors were 7-for-10 from the free-throw line during the 4th frame, and held off Pymatuning Valley, 59-48, Tuesday night.
Hornets advance to semis with win over Central
DuBOIS, PA. — Some people could say the “third time is a charm.” For the Hickory High Hornets it was much more than that. In fact, it was glorious.
After losing in the first round of the PIAA Class AA playoffs the last two years, the Hornets finally nailed down a victory with a 37-27 triumph over the Central Dragons from Martinsburg.
Lakeview falls to Clarion Area in PIAA quarterfinals
SLIPPERY ROCK — In the scholastic athletic arena, “mercy rule” — while not politically correct in hyper-sensitive 2013 society — is a relatively accepted term.
Clarion High’s football had mercy-ruled all 13 prior opponents this season. And the Bobcats seemed bent on continuing their commanding conquests during Saturday’s PIAA Class A quarterfinal-round meeting with Lakeview.
Hickory focused on winning PIAA opener
The calendar reminds us that Thanksgiving arrives a little later than usual this year. But as holiday traditions go, this one has been pretty productive for Hickory High head football coach Bill Brest.
“My wife always has me put up our Christmas tree on the Friday after Thanksgiving ... and the next day, we’ve won. So I’ll be more than happy to help my wife put up the tree this Friday,” Brest related.
During the past 2 years Hickory has won District 10 titles on Thanksgiving weekend. But this year the Hornets harvested their 3rd consecutive crown last week, jettisoning Girard (21-10). Now Hickory (11-1) has a 1 p.m. date in DuBois Saturday against surprising Central-Martinsburg (11-2) in the PIAA Class AA quarterfinals.
Smart move by PIAA to schedule games early this weekend
Congratulations to the PIAA for making a good move that helps teams and fans of high school sports.
Wow, I haven’t been able to say that often enough!
But many of the high school football games this coming weekend will be played in the afternoon which is a real plus for traveling on possibly snow-blown highways at this time of the year.
Hornets 3-peat as D-10 champs with win vs. Girard
EDINBORO — When legendary coach Vince Lombardi said “the only good thing that comes from losing is the desire never to lose again,” he could very well have been referencing the future for Coach Bill Brest and his Hickory Hornets.
Since Hickory lost to Sharon, 14-6, in the 2010 District 10 finals in Brest’s first year at the helm of the team, the D-10 Class AA title game has belonged to Hickory. And Saturday afternoon at Edinboro University’s Sox Harrison Stadium, it was no different as the Hornets topped Girard, 21-10 for a third straight crown.
Sailors beat Devils to capture 1st District 10 title
NEW WILMINGTON — Lakeview may have a long way to go to equal Sharpsville’s success in the sport of football, but the Sailors jump-started the process Friday night.
With Blake Reddick roaring into the record book, the Sailors shut out Sharpsville, 27-0, in the District 10 Class A championship game at Greyhounds Stadium.
Hornets seek 3-peat Saturday vs. Girard
Bill Brest ... buffer?
Hickory High’s head football coach has broad shoulders and that’s necessary, because he’s taking on all distractions as his Hornets prepare for Saturday’s District 10 Class AA championship game.
Hickory (10-1) will attempt to hoist the D-10 trophy for a 3rd consecutive season when the Hornets journey to Girard’s backyard — Edinboro University’s Sox Harrison Stadium — to meet the Yellow Jackets at 1 p.m.
Hickory rolls past Northwestern in D-10 semifinals
SLIPPERY ROCK — They say that “Familiarity breeds contempt.” You can bet the Northwestern Wildcats are feeling a bit of the latter for the Hickory Hornets!
For a third straight season Hickory eliminated the northerners from the District 10 Class AA playoffs, this time by a 52-14 score in the semifinals Saturday night at Slippery Rock University’s Thompson-Mihalik Stadium.
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