Dunn scores 16 to help Trinity stay unbeaten

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Mary Dunn scored 16 points as Trinity remained unbeaten with a 45-32 Section 5-AAA victory over Quaker Valley in a high school girls basketball game Monday night.


The Hillers (2-0, 4-0) jumped out to a 12-2 lead in the first quarter and didn’t look back.


Kayla Foster led Quaker Valley (1-1, 2-3) with 10 points.


McGuffey 58, Burgettstown 11: Sammie Weiss had 21 points as McGuffey bolted out to a 39-7 halftime lead and cruised to a 58-11 win over Burgettstown in Section 5-AA.


McGuffey is now 1-0 in section and 2-1 overall.


Michalea Bertovich led Burgettstown (0-2, 0-4) with six points.


Chartiers-Houston 68, Wilkinsburg 13: Jala Youngblood’s 15 points led Chartiers-Houston to a 68-13 rout of Wilkinsburg in Section 4-AA.


Cassidy Stollar and Jalynn Myers added 13 points each for the Bucs (1-1, 3-2).


The 13 points was a season high for Wilkinsburg (0-2, 0-5).


Avella 61, Clairton 25: Avella held Clairton to eight second half points on the way to a 61-25 victory in a non-section game.


Kenna Drazich scored 18 points and Kira Doaks added 14 for the Eagles (4-0), who led 39-17 at halftime.


Mya Pettiford scored 11 points for the Bears (0-4).


Beth-Center 52, Carmichaels 42: A strong defensive second half powered Beth-Center to a 52-42 victory over Carmichaels in a non-section game.


The Bulldogs (2-3) allowed just 16 points over the final two quarters to break away from a 27-26 halftime lead. Alli Trippy scored 23 points, 10 in the first quarter, and Anna Bartman tossed in 14.


Mariah Hathaway had 14 for Carmichaels (2-4) and Amanda Brown 11.


Ringgold 61, Waynesburg 27: Marlena Schmidt and Chanse Barner combined for 29 points to lead Ringgold to a 61-27 victory over Waynesburg in a Section 4-AAA game.


Schmidt led the way with 16 points for the Rams (1-1, 4-1), who led 34-13. Chance Barner chipped in with 13 points.


Kerilyn Wilkins paced Waynesburg (0-2, 1-4) with 11 points.


Bethel Park 47, Canon-McMillan 45: Samantha Simpson scored 16 points and Bethel Park rallied in the fourth quarter to beat Canon-McMillan, 47-45, in a Section 4-AAAA game.


Harper Zimmer tossed in 13 points for the Black Hawks (2-0, 4-0), who outscored C-M 17-11 in the final eight minutes.


Brittany Hutchinson led the Big Mac (0-2, 1-3) with 16 points and Danielle Parker contributed 10.


West Greene 53, Geibel 32: Alyssa Raber had 22 points and Madison Raber had a double-double to pace West Greene to a 53-32 victory over Geibel in a non-section game.


Madison Raber had 18 points and 19 rebounds for the Pioneers (3-0), who outscored Geibel 27-14 in the second half.


Karly Judy scored 20 points to lead Geibel (1-2).


Belle Vernon 76, Greensburg Salem 49: Kaitlyn Slagus scored a school-record 38 points in Belle Vernon’s 76-49 win over Greensburg Salem in a non-section game.


Slagus, who also had 20 rebounds, broke by one point a record shared by two other BV players. Bria Rathway had 16 for the Leopards (4-1). GS is 3-2.


Boys Results

Beth-Center 53, Mapletown 46: Three players reached double figures and Beth-Center built an eight-point halftime lead to beat Mapletown, 53-46, in a non-section game.


Adam Walters led the way with 14 points for B-C (2-2). Ryan Beyer added 13 and Luke Hess 12.


Derrick Riggleman scored a game-high 20 points for the Maples (1-4). Ben Boone and Eric Atwood each scored 10 points.


Fort Cherry 69, Avella 47: Matt Heslin had 23 points to lead Fort Cherry to a 69-47 win over Avella in a non-section high school boys basketball game Monday. Sean Darragh added 19 points, while Nick Zando and Zack Dysert had 10 each and Jessie McKean added nine rebounds for Fort Cherry (2-3). Braondon Miller had 23 points, while Bill McKee had 13 points for Avella (1-3).


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