With the 2018 WPIAL Basketball Playoffs Tipping off Friday and, as the Exclusive Audio and Video Home of All Postseason Games, the Daily 3 Will Take on a New Format [Derived Headline]

By Rebel, Don | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, February 15, 2018 | Go to article overview

With the 2018 WPIAL Basketball Playoffs Tipping off Friday and, as the Exclusive Audio and Video Home of All Postseason Games, the Daily 3 Will Take on a New Format [Derived Headline]


Rebel, Don, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


With the 2018 WPIAL basketball playoffs tipping off Friday and, as the exclusive audio and video home of all postseason games, the Daily 3 will take on a new format.

Each day there are district playoff basketball games, the TribLive High School Sports Network will preview the Top 3 boys and girls basketball games that day. Here’s a look at the Top 3 boys games for opening night.

Class 3A first round: Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic vs. Ellwood City at Ambridge, 6:30 p.m.

Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic is one of three defending champions slotted in their bracket as a No. 6 seed. The Trojans enter the postseason 11-11 after finishing a distant second in Section 2-3A, three games behind Seton LaSalle. Since winning back-to-back games in late January and early February, CWNC split its final four regular season contests. John Fukon played a big part in last year’s title run, but Michael Drambel and Ryan Feczko have led the Trojans in scoring the last two games.

Ellwood City snapped a five-year drought when it qualified for the playoffs last year, but it was still a sub-.500 team. This year, however, the Wolverines sported a winning record for the first time since 2011, when they finished 14-8 and in third place behind top-seed Lincoln Park and No. 4-seed Aliquippa. Ellwood City has not lost to a WPIAL team that wasn’t named Lincoln Park or Aliquippa since December. Anthony Roth is a player to watch for the Wolverines.

Class 3A first round: Burrell vs. Riverside at Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, 8 p.m.

Burrell finished as tri-champs in Section 3-3A with Shady Side Academy and East Allegheny and drew the highest seed of the three at No. …

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