Carlisle Hands First Loss to Bethel Park

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Carlisle Hands First Loss to Bethel Park


Tribune-Review, The, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Jordan Stasyszyn scored a game-high 28 points to lead Carlisle past previously undefeated Bethel Park, 70-64, in overtime in the Blackhawk Tournament championship game.

Andy Vukela led Bethel Park (11-1) with 27 points, and teammates Nate Rayburn and Jeff Stewart each scored 10. Stasyszyn scored 26 of his 28 points in the second half for Carlisle (8-3).

Beaver Falls 84, Blackhawk 80

Antoine Childs scored a game-high 48 points to lead Beaver Falls (5-7) past Blackhawk (6-6) in the Blackhawk Tournament. David Phillips scored 37 points in defeat.

Quaker Valley 69, New Brighton 54

Senior Tyler McQuaid and junior Teddy Maloney each scored 17 points to lead Quaker Valley to a victory in the championship game of the Penn State-Beaver Tournament. New Brighton sophomore Paul Coury recorded the only double-double, with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Sophomore D.J. Pearson scored a game-high 19 points for New Brighton.

Washington 79, Langley 60

Langley's Robert Barnes made six 3-pointers on the way to a 28- point performance, but it was not enough as Washington edged Langley (4-6) in a non-section game. Joc Wells led Washington (10-2) with 24 points.

Keystone Oaks 65, Ringgold 58

Keystone Oaks sophomore Corey Bellovich scored 23 points, and junior Jimmy Taylor added 22 to lead Keystone Oaks over Ringgold in the Shady Side Academy Tournament. Junior Dante Woodyear led Ringgold with 15 points and nine rebounds.

Center 67, Beaver 38

Center junior Matt Lavalle scored a game-high 19 points with four 3-pointers to lead Center (5-3) over Beaver in the second round of the C. …

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