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West Shamokin tops Apollo-Ridge

| Wednesday, January 9, 2008 12:00 a.m

Aaron Bussard scored 19 points to lead West Shamokin past Section 1-AA foe Apollo-Ridge, 49-44, Tuesday night.

West Shamokin (10-2, 3-3) now has two days to prepare for Greensburg Central Catholic, which got bashed by Jeannette, 80-54, last night.

Dylan Henderson added 16 points, and Mike Brown chipped in with 11 for the Wolves.

Damon Andring scored a team-high 19 points for Apollo-Ridge. Cory Reilly added 13 points.

Elderton 47, Winchester Thurston 26

Dylan Lasher led all scorers with 12 points to lead Elderton to a non-section victory.

Kyle Baker scored 11 points and Brett Moore added eight points for the Bobcats (3-11).

Indiana 63, Kittanning 32

Kittanning lost its 55th consecutive Section 1-AAA game. The Wildcats (6-9, 0-6) failed to produce a scorer in double figures against Indiana.

Dylan Klingensmith scored eight points and Corey Shearer scored seven points for Kittanning.

Leechburg 63, Trinity Christian 52

Leechburg’s Stephen Meidus scored a career-high 35 points as the Blue Devils (3-9, 1-2) captured their first Section 4-A win of the season.

Dylan Roppolo added 10 points for Leechburg.

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