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Roundup: Norwin edges West Mifflin

The Tribune-Review
| Sunday, January 5, 2003 12:00 a.m

Pam DeGuffroy posted a game-high 20 points to lead Norwin past West Mifflin 54-49 in a non-section contest Saturday night.

DeGuffroy, who hit seven field goals, grabbed nine rebounds, dished out six assists and collected five steals for the Knights. Teammate Michelle George went 8 for 13 from the foul line, scoring 16 points in the win.

Norwin improves to 11-0 overall, while West Mifflin falls to 9-4.

  • Albert Gallatin 61, Greater Latrobe 36 — Loui Hall scored a game-high 27 points, grabbing 21 rebounds to help lift Albert Gallatin (11-2) over Greater Latrobe (5-7) in a non-section game. Albert Gallatin held the Wildcats scoreless for 61/2 minutes in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

  • Waynesburg 46, McGuffey 22 — Cigi Wright (14 points) and Jenny Marshall (13) combined for 27 points to lead Waynesburg (7-4, 4-1) over McGuffey (3-11, 0-5) in a Section 3-AAA matchup.

  • Elderton 50, St. Joseph 45 — Teila Nolder and Angie Kepple each scored 12 points to lead Elderton (4-8, 1-3) to a Section 4-A victory over St. Joseph (8-6, 3-2).


  • Brownsville 67, Greensburg Central Catholic 63 — Despite 27 points from Greg Mroz, Greensburg Central Catholic (5-6) fell short to Brownsville (6-6) in a non-section game. Brownsville jumped out to a 25-12 first-quarter lead to fuel the win.

  • Trinity 62, Albert Gallatin 51 — Brandon Templeton scored a team-high 18 points as Trinity (9-6, 2-2) defeated Albert Gallatin in a Section 2-AAAA game. Chris Moore posted a game-high 19 points for Albert Gallatin.


  • Elderton 48, Jeannette 17 — Nathan Brumbaugh (119) and Josh Morales (189) each scored pinfalls to help Elderton (2-7, 2-4) defeat Jeannette in a Section 1-AA matchup.

  • Greensburg Central Catholic 62, Brownsville 18 — Jason Cordial (171) picked up the lone pinfall for the Centurions, who utilized seven victories by forfeit, in non-section win over Brownsville.

  • Penn-Trafford 47, Franklin Regional 20 — Tim Young (103), Pat Lehr (112) and Charlie Pienaar (171) won by fall as Penn-Trafford (3-2, 2-1) defeated Franklin Regional in a Section 1-AAA match.

  • Mt. Lebanon 43, Norwin 30 — Garret Choby (189), Zack Haigas (160), Ben HuHa (140) and Scott Morgan (112) each scored pinfalls for Norwin, who fell victim to Mt. Lebanon in a non-section game.

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