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High school scores, summaries and schedules: March 27, 2018

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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
OLSH's Alex Boyden fouls Constitution's Jabari Merritt during the PIAA Class 2A boys state championship game Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at Giant Center in Hershey.

High schools

Baseball

Tuesday’s results

Ripken Experience tournament (at Myrtle Beach)

Perry Township Central, Ky. 6, South Park 1

South Park 12, Orange, Ohio 2

WPIAL

Nonsection

Armstrong at Freeport, ppd.

Belle Vernon at Trinity, ppd.

East Allegheny at Springdale, ppd.

Eden Christian Academy at Freedom, ppd.

Fox Chapel at Bethel Park, ppd.

Fort Cherry at Sto-Rox, ppd.

Frazier at Monessen, ppd.

Gateway at Plum, ppd.

Greensburg Central Catholic at South Allegheny, ppd.

Greensburg Salem at Mt. Pleasant, ppd.

Hundred, W. Va. at West Greene, ppd.

Jefferson-Morgan at Bentworth, ppd.

Laurel at Riverside, ppd.

Mt. Lebanon at North Allegheny, ppd.

Norwin at Indiana, ppd.

Pine-Richland at Ambridge, ppd.

Seneca Valley at Chartiers Valley, ppd.

Serra Catholic at Mohawk, ppd.

Seton LaSalle at Brashear, ppd.

Southmoreland at Yough, ppd.

South Side Beaver at Quigley Catholic, ppd.

Thomas Jefferson at Belle Vernon, ppd.

Union 4, Shenango 1

West Allegheny at Central Valley, ppd.

Wednesday’s schedule

Ripken Experience tournament (at Myrtle Beach)

Hopewell vs. Chardon, Ohio, 11:30 a.m.

WPIAL

Nonsection

Apollo-Ridge at Freeport, 4:15 p.m.; Avonworth at Quaker Valley, 4:15 p.m.; Bentworth at Monessen, 4 p.m.; Bethel park at Pine-Richland, 6:30 p.m.; Blackhawk at Ellwood City, 4:30 p.m.; Brashear at South Allegheny, 3:30 p.m.; Burgettstown at Keystone Oaks, 4:30 p.m.; Butler at Mt. Lebanon, 4 p.m.; Canon-McMillan at Moon, 4 p.m.; Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic at Gateway, 4 p.m.; Carlynton at Washington, 4:15 p.m.; Chartiers-Houston at Brownsville, 4:15 p.m.; Cornell at Springdale, 3:45 p.m.; Eden Christian Academy at Brentwood, 3:45 p.m.; Frazier at Charleroi, 4 p.m.; Greensburg Salem at Southmoreland, 4 p.m.; Hempfield at Latrobe, 6 p.m.; Indiana at Armstrong, 3:45 p.m.; Mapletown at Carmichaels, 4:30 p.m.; Mars at Highlands,, 4 p.m.; Mt. Pleasant at Derry, 4 p.m.; New Brighton at Beaver, 4 p.m.; North Allegheny at Penn-Trafford, 4 p.m.; North Hills at Seneca Valley, 4 p.m.; Penn Hills at Baldwin, 4:15 p.m.; Peters Township at Steel Valley, 3:30 p.m.; Plum at Kiski Area, 4 p.m.; Ringgold at West Allegheny, 4:30 p.m.; Riverside at Knoch, 4 p.m.; Rochester at Beaver Falls, 4 p.m.; Seton LaSalle at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, 5:30 p.m.; Shaler at Obama Academy, 3:30 p.m.; Shenango at Mohawk, 4 p.m.; Southmoreland at Greensburg Salem, 4 p.m.; St. Joseph at Burrell, 4 p.m.; Union at Aliquippa, 3:30 p.m.; Uniontown at Albert Gallatin, 4:15 p.m.; Valley at Riverview, 3:45 p.m.; Waynesburg at McGuffey, 4 p.m.; Western Beaver at Freedom, 4 p.m.; Woodland Hills at Allderdice, 7 p.m.; Yough at Trinity, 4 p.m.

Basketball

Boys

PIAA playoffs

Championships

Class 6A

Wednesday’s schedule

Lincoln (25-6) vs. Roman Catholic (23-6) at Giant Center, 8 p.m.

Class 5A

Tuesday’s result

Abington Heights 67, Mars 55

Class 3A

Wednesday’s schedule

Neumann-Goretti (22-6) vs. Richland (25-4) at Giant Center, 2 p.m.

Class 2A

Tuesday’s result

Constitution 81, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart 71

Tuesday’s summaries

Abington Heights 67, Mars 55

Mars15101317—55

Abington Heights1771924—67

M: Robby Carmody 34. : George Tinsley 29, Jack Nealon 13, Corey Perkins 11, Jackson Danzig 11.

Constitution 81, OLSH 71

OLSH17191718—71

Constitution20212020—81

OLSH: Austin Wigley 25, Rico Tate 14, Dante Spadafora 13. C: Keshaun Hammonds 23, Jabari Merritt 18, Damon Hall 17.

Girls

PIAA playoffs

Championships

Class 6A

Tuesday’s result

Upper Dublin 41, Central Bucks South 39

Class 5A

Wednesday’s schedule

Mars (23-6) vs. Archbishop Wood (22-7) at Giant Center, 6 p.m.

Class 4A

Wednesday’s schedule

Lancaster Catholic (31-0) vs. Berks Catholic (25-5) at Giant Center, noon

Class A

Tuesday’s result

Jenkintown 51, Juniata Valley 41

Softball

Tuesday’s schedule

Ripken Experience tournament (at Myrtle Beach)

Revere, Ohio 9, Avonworth 4

West Allegheny 22, Eastlake North, Ohio 0

West Allegheny 17, Olmstead Falls 2

WPIAL

Class 6A

Section 1

Baldwin at Mt. Lebanon, ppd.

Canon-McMillan at Bethel Park, ppd.

Upper St. Clair at Brashear, ppd.

Section 2

Norwin at Fox Chapel, ppd.

Class 5A

Section 1

Armstrong at Greensburg Salem, ppd.

Plum at Kiski Area, ppd.

Woodland Hills at Penn-Trafford, ppd.

Section 2

Albert Gallatin at Connellsville, ppd.

McKeesport at Ringgold, ppd.

Trinity at Laurel Highlands, ppd.

Section 3

Mars at Chartiers Valley, ppd.

Montour at Oakland Catholic, ppd.

Class 4A

Section 2

Belle Vernon at Keystone Oaks, ppd.

Section 3

Ambridge at Hopewell, ppd.

Beaver at New Castle, ppd.

Central Valley at Quaker Valley, ppd.

Class 2A

Section 4

Neshannock at Mohawk, ppd.

South Side Beaver at Laurel, ppd.

Vincentian Academy at Shenango, ppd.

Class A

Section 1

Rochester at Cornell, ppd.

Western Beaver at Quigley Catholic, ppd.

Section 2

Mapletown at Jefferson-Morgan, ppd.

Monessen at Avella, ppd.

West Greene at California, ppd.

Section 3

Geibel at St. Joseph, ppd.

Leechburg at Riverview, ppd.

Nonsection

Blackhawk at Ellwood City, ppd.

Fox Chapel at Shaler, ppd.

Frazier at McGuffey, ppd.

Highlands at Freeport, ppd.

Jeannette at Springdale, ppd.

Latrobe at Indiana, ppd.

New Brighton at Chartiers-Houston, ppd.

Northgate at Brentwood, ppd.

North Hills at Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, ppd.

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart at Bentworth, ppd.

Pine-Richland at Hampton, ppd.

South Allegheny at Steel Valley, ppd.

South Park at North Allegheny, ppd.

Sto-Rox at Fort Cherry, ppd.

Valley at Indiana, ppd.

Wednesday’s schedule

Ripken Experience tournament (at Myrtle Beach)

Bonner-Prendergast vs. Peters Township, 5 p.m.; St. Francis, Illinois vs. West Allegheny, 9 a.m.

WPIAL

Class 5A

Section 1

Armstrong at Greensburg Salem, 4 p.m.

Class 4A

Section 2

South Fayette at West Mifflin, 4 p.m.

Nonsection

Beaver Falls at Union, 5 p.m.; Brentwood at South Allegheny, 3:30 p.m.; Butler at Knoch, 4 p.m.; Carlynton at Brownsville, 4 p.m.; Charleroi at Frazier, 4:15 p.m.; Derry at Blairsville, 4 p.m.; East Allegheny at Springdale, 3:45 p.m.; Freedom at New Brighton, 3:30 p.m.; Leechburg at Freeport, 3:45 p.m.; Mohawk at Serra Catholic, 4 p.m.; South Park at Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, 3:45 p.m.; Southmoreland at Uniontown, 4 p.m.; Steel Valley at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, 5 p.m.; St. Joseph at Burrell, 4 p.m.; Sto-Rox at Aliquippa, 4 p.m.; Waynesburg at Laurel Highlands, 4 p.m.; Western Beaver at Shenango, 4 p.m.

Tennis

Boys

Tuesday’s result

WPIAL

Class AAA

Section 4

Mt. Lebanon 4, Canon-McMillan 1

Track

Boys

Tuesday’s results

WPIAL

Class AA

Section 5

Chartiers-Houston 86, Carlynton 42

South Park 111, Carlynton 30

South Park 103.5, Chartiers-Houston 37.5

Girls

Tuesday’s results

WPIAL

Class AA

Section 5

Carlynton 77, Chartiers-Houston 42

South Park 113, Carlynton 28

South Park 125, Chartiers-Houston 17

Volleyball

Boys

Tuesday’s results

WPIAL

Class AAA

Section 1

Bethel Park 3, Central Catholic 0

Canon-McMillan 3, Upper St. Clair 1

Section 2

Butler 3, North Hills 0

North Allegheny 3, Shaler 0

Section 3

Hempfield 3, Penn Hills 0

Latrobe 3, Armstrong 1

Norwin 3, Plum 0

Penn-Trafford 3, Gateway 0

Class AA

Section 2

Derry 3, Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic 1

Section 3

Keystone Oaks 3, Steel Valley 1

Seton LaSalle 3, South Park 0

Nonsection

Pine-Richland 3, Mars 0

Seneca Valley 3, Ambridge 0

Trinity 3, Moon 0

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