H.S. Basketball C-M moves into tie for first
Sam Bohm had 16 points and Canon-McMillan closed out the game on a 19-8 run as the Big Macs pulled into a tie for first place in Section 4-AAAA with a 62-46 victory at Baldwin Tuesday night in a high school boys basketball game.
The Big Macs (6-2, 10-5) entered the evening a game behind Upper St. Clair in the section standings, but Bethel Park’s 72-48 victory over the Panthers pulled Canon-McMillan into a tie for the section lead.
Costa Karanikos added 15 points for the Big Macs, while Britton Beachy added 11.
Arnes Bajgora had 19 points and Szan Zepic had 12 for Baldwin (2-7, 3-13).
Burgettstown 74, Bishop Canevin 58: Dylan Dhans had 16 points and 13 rebounds to lead Burgettstown to a 74-58 Section 4-AA win over Bishop Canevin.
Cole LaRocka had 17 points for the Blue Devils (2-5, 4-12), while Logan Priebsch had 15 points in the winning effort.
Brennan Cahill led Bishop Canevin (0-8, 3-14) with 12 points.
Peters Township 58, Moon 33: J.C. Brush and Connor Freely combined for 27 points as Peters Township defeated Moon, 58-33, in a Section 4-AAAA game.
Brush scored 16 points and Freely 11 for the Indians (5-4, 8-8), who led 37-16 at halftime.
Tyler Crenshaw led Moon, which fell to 4-5 in the section and 6-10 overall, with 13 points.
South Fayette 66, Moon 57: Carlee Kilqus scored 20 points to lead South Fayette to a 66-57 win over Moon in Section 5-AAA play.
Lauren Crites added 19 points for the Lions, who have moved into third place in the section. South Fayette (5-2, 7-7) led 44-39 after three quarters before outscoring Moon, 22-18, in the final eight minutes.
The Tigers (4-3, 11-5) were led in scoring by Amirah Moore, who scored 17 points, and Abby Unis, who added 14 points.
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