BP girls remain unbeatenPublished Dec 17, 2013 at 12:01 am (Updated Dec 18, 2013 at 11:40 am)
BP girls stay undefeated
Thanks to a last-minute basket from Justina Mascaro, Bethel Park preserved its undefeated record with a 47-45 victory against Canon-McMillan.
In Section 4-AAAA play, the Lady Hawks improved to 2-0. They are 3-0 overall.
Sami Simpson and Harper Zimmer finished in double figures, tossing in 16 and 13 points respectively. Brittany Hutchinson and Danielle Parker paced the Lady Macs with 16 and 10 tallies. With the loss, CM dropped to 1-3 overall and 0-2 in the league.
The Lady Hawks opened section action with a 71-56 win against Upper St. Clair.
Shannon Conley (15), Mascaro (13), Zimmer (11) and Simpson (10) all scored in double digits for BP
Rachel Mazzie paced the Panthers, pitching in 20 tallies.
In other section play, top-ranked Mt. Lebanon defeated Peters Township, 63-54.
Margie McCaffrey fired in 22 points for the Lebo ladies, who are 4-0 overall, 2-0 in the division. Christine Ehland and Madeleine Collins pitched in 18 and 11 markers.
For the Lady Indians, Alyssa Konopka accounted for 26 points. Madison Kerr provided 18.
Chartiers Valley succumbed to Baldwin, 56-38, and Upper St. Clair, 57-43.
Against the Highlanders, Lauren Herron led the Colts with 10 tallies. Melissa Rickens followed with nine markers while Abby Collins and Kristin McGeough each registered seven points.
For the Lady Panthers, Elayna Kaylor (18), Rachel Mazzie (16) and Dianadra Conwell (11) all reached double figures.
KO succumbed to Thomas Jefferson, 61-51, Trinity, 56-45, and South Park, 63-36, in Section 5-AAA play. Maryssa Agurs led the Lady Eagles in all losses with 26, 20 and 10 points respectively.
South Fayette also dropped a 69-33 decision to the defending state champions from South Park in the Section 5-AAA opener. Lauren Crites and Autumn Mozrak 10 points each for the Lions.
In other girls’ action, Bishop Canevin bested Steel Valley, 60-25, while Seton-La Salle topped Chartiers-Houston, 60-29.
For the Lady Crusaders, Johnie Olkosky and Becca Turney pumped in 18 and 19 points each. For the Lady Rebels, Yancine Diop scored 14 points. Addy Knetzer had 24 for CH.
Canevin also defeated Wilkinsburg, 66-12. Olkosky, Gina Vallecorsa and Riley O’Donnell all had 12 points for the Crusaders.
CH rebounded from the loss to SLS with a 68-13 win against Wilkinsburg.