Beaver Falls Rallies for First-Round Win; Josh Creach Scored 15 of His 23 Points in the Second Half to Help WPIAL Champion Beaver Falls Overcome an Eight-Point Halftime Deficit and Earn a 57-54 Victory over Steel Valley in a PIAA Class AAA First-Round Boys Basketball Game at Ambridge on Friday Night. [Derived Headline]

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Beaver Falls Rallies for First-Round Win; Josh Creach Scored 15 of His 23 Points in the Second Half to Help WPIAL Champion Beaver Falls Overcome an Eight-Point Halftime Deficit and Earn a 57-54 Victory over Steel Valley in a PIAA Class AAA First-Round Boys Basketball Game at Ambridge on Friday Night. [Derived Headline]


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Josh Creach scored 15 of his 23 points in the second half to help WPIAL champion Beaver Falls overcome an eight-point halftime deficit and earn a 57-54 victory over Steel Valley in a PIAA Class AAA first- round boys basketball game at Ambridge on Friday night.

Beaver Falls trailed 31-23 at halftime, but the Tigers closed the gap with a 20-13 third-quarter run.

The Tigers (24-3) will play Section 2 rival New Castle in a second-round game Tuesday at a time and site to be determined.

New Castle won both section meetings.

Amonte Strothers scored 12 points, Kennedy Smith had 11 and Ja'Mier Fletcher had 10 for Steel Valley (17-8), the WPIAL's seventh- place team.

New Castle 82, Meadville 61 -- Gino DeMonaco scored 27 points and Marquel Hooker had 25 as New Castle (24-2) won a PIAA Class AAA first-round game at Edinboro. Marcus Hooker added 15 points for the Red Hurricanes, who opened the game on a 22-9 run.

Highlands 46, Girard 44 -- Short-handed Highlands (22-5) used some late drama to steal a win from Girard (22-5) in a PIAA Class AAA first-round game at Plum.

Down 44-36 with just under two minutes to go, Highlands used a 9- 1 run to get past the Yellowjackets for its first PIAA win since 2009.

After Dom Martinka and Mitch DeZort hit 3-pointers, Ramello Freeman stole a pass under his own hoop and dished to Jamison Nee, who scored inside to tie it 44-44 with 29.4 seconds to play.

Then, with 7.8 to go, Nee came up with a steal as Girard tried to run the clock out. He passed to Brayden Thimons, who made a floater off the glass with 2 seconds left for the winner. It was Highlands' first and only lead.

DeZort finished with 18 points, all in the second half, including five 3-pointers, and Nee scored 11.

Highlands played without seniors Lavontae Martin and Lamarr McKamey, who have not been at practice all week. …

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