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January 22, 2013

Local Basketball in Brief 1/23/13

PITTSBURGH — High School Girls

Cambria County Christian 47 DuBois Christian 7

DuBOIS – Natalie Sokira had 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead Cambria County Christian. Alexis Wolfe added 21 points to the winning total.

North Star 56, Ferndale 30

Kayla Rice scored 14 points and Courtney Schrock had 11 to lead North Star to victory at Ferndale.

Elizabeth Chobany’s 15 points topped the Yellow Jackets.

Ligonier Valley 56 Conemaugh Township 43

LIGONIER – Maddy Grimm scored

22 points, grabbed nine rebounds and eight steals and had six assists in leading Ligonier Valley.

Teammate Stephanie Heming scored

11 points, Kyra Ludwig had nine steals and four assists and Amanda Ross got eight rebounds.

Windber 47, Blacklick Valley 44

WINDBER – Lauren Vasas and Cassie Wentz led the way with 11 and 10 points, respectively, as Windber notched a win.

Vasas had 12 rebounds and seven steals, Wentz had five rebounds and four assists and Kaitlyn Weaver had seven rebounds and six steals for the Ramblers.

Allison Thomas led Blacklick Valley with 18 points.

High School Boys

Northern Cambria 77, United 37

ARMAGH – Adam Polites scored

24 points, including six 3-pointers, as visiting Northern Cambria defeated United.

Polites moved within three points of 1,000 and will try for the milestone at home against Heritage Conference rival Ligonier Valley on Thursday.

Jeff Hogan had 15 points for the 12-3 Colts. Caleb McAdoo led winless United with 10 points.

Cambria County Christian 59 DuBois Christian 35

DuBOIS – Dom Williams scored

18 points, Zach Wingard had 16 and Andy Paros netted 14 as visiting Cambria County Christian beat DuBois Christian.

Jared Tubbs had 12 points for DuBois, and Ty Peters had 11.

Conemaugh Valley 78 Turkeyfoot Valley 52

CONFLUENCE – Blake Furman scored 24 points, Nick Roberts had 20 and they each pulled down 14 rebounds to lead Conemaugh Valley to victory on Monday night.

Austin Orndorff’s 22 points led Turkeyfoot Valley.

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