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High school sports cancellations

The Tribune-Review
| Friday, December 6, 2002 12:00 a.m

The following is a list of high school games and matches that were postponed Wednesday due to inclement weather and the make-up date where applicable:

Boys basketball

Geibel at Washington, ppd. later date.

Greensburg Salem at Elizabeth Forward, ppd to Dec. 21

Ford City at Deer Lakes, ppd. today 7:30 p.m.

Freeport at Kittanning, ppd later date

Kiski School at Summit Academy, ppd. later date

Girls basketball

Clay Gibson Tournament (At Greater Latrobe H.S.)

Woodland Hills at Connellsville Area, ppd. to today at 2:30 p.m.

Greater Latrobe vs. Derry Area, ppd. to today at 4:30 p.m.

Upper St. Clair Tournament

North Catholic vs. Albert Gallatin, ppd. today, 6:30 p.m.


Belle Vernon at Frazier, ppd. later date

Beth-Center at Carmichaels, ppd. later date

East Allegheny at Penn-Trafford, ppd. later date

Elizabeth Forward at Ringgold, ppd. later date

Franklin Regional at Laurel Highlands, ppd. to Dec. 23

Geibel at Yough, ppd. later date

Kittanning at Leechburg, ppd. later date

Mt. Pleasant at Greensburg Salem, ppd. later date

Norwin at West Wifflin, ppd. later date

Plum at Valley, ppd. later date

Pine-Richland at Hempfield Area, ppd. later date

Southmoreland at Canon-McMillan, ppd. to Dec. 10

State College at Indiana Area, ppd. to Dec. 20

Waynesburg at Jefferson-Morgan, ppd. later date


Mt. Pleasant at Southmoreland, ppd. later date

Note: Coaches are urged to call the Tribune-Review (1-800-690-8040 to immediately report complete scores and statistics to ensure that the information appears in the following day’s edition. Coaches also should call if they have any information on make-up times or dates for any of the games listed above.

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