High school basketball: Hot-shooting Burgettstown beats Avella

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Logan Triebsch and Hunter Lecker combined to make nine first-half three-pointers as Burgettstown wore down Avella in a 77-50 non-section high school boys basketball victory Wednesday night.


Triebsch finished with 19 points, while Lecker had 12 for the Blue Devils (3-12), who also got 18 points from Cole LaRocka.


Brandon Miller had 19 points and Cody Dobbin 13 for the Eagles (3-11).


Mapletown 52, West Greene 49: Derrick Riggleman scored 27 points to lead Mapletown to a 52-49 win over West Greene in a non-section game.


The Maples (5-7) needed every one of Riggleman’s points after a second half charge by West Greene. Dana White added 12 points for the Maples.


West Greene (3-10) was led in scoring by Craig Weaver and Ben Carlisle, who both scored 13 points.


Seton-La Salle 61, South Fayette 58: Three players scored in double figures to lead Seton-La Salle to a 61-58 non-section victory over South Fayette.


Ryan Norkus scored a game-high 18 points, Dale Clancy added 17 and Christian DelGreco finished with 11 points for the Rebels (13-0).


South Fayette (7-4) was led in scoring by Nick McKee’s 12 points.


Girls basketball

Charleroi 54, Burgettstown 35: Mia Woytovich scored 22 points to lead Charleroi to a 54-35 victory over Burgettstown in a Section 5-AA matchup.


Anjie Tilghman also had 13 points for Charleroi (4-2, 13-3). The Cougars led 22-19 at halftime before outscoring Burgettstown, 19-4, in the third quarter to pull away. The Blue Devils (2-4, 3-9) were led by Katie Tarr and Michaela Bertovich, who both scored 12 points.


Serra Catholic 64, Monessen 12: Leslie Hoy scored 18 points as Serra Catholic overwhelmed Monessen, 64-12, in a Section 4-A game.


Danielle Dindak added 17 points, while Felicia Moon chipped in 11 points, for Serra Catholic (4-0, 11-1).


Teraee Bradford led Monessen (1-2, 2-8) with five points.


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