Maddox Truschel tipped in a missed shot by Dylan Rogers on the buzzer to offer Fort Cherry an exhilarating 43-42 victory over Burgettstown in a Class 2A, Part 2 boys basketball recreation Tuesday night time.
Fort Cherry (6-1, 16-2) trailed Burgettstown (0-7, 7-9) by a rating of 35-32 heading into the ultimate eight minutes however outscored the Blue Devils, 11-7.
Rogers scored 12 factors and Truschel had 9.
Nathan Klodowski had 5 three-point discipline targets for 15 factors for Burgettstown. James Leuice added 13.
Belle Vernon 72, Uniontown 55: Daniel Gordon scored 23 factors, Quinton Martin had a double-double and Belle Vernon clinched the highest spot out of Class 4A Part 3 by defeating visiting Uniontown 72-55.
The Leopards improved to 10-0 within the part and 16-2 total. Belle Vernon is undefeated on its dwelling court docket. The Leopards lead Uniontown (7-2, 10-7) by two video games within the loss column with two remaining to be performed.
Belle Vernon was in management all through, main 22-10 after one quarter and 41-25 at halftime.
Along with Gordon’s 23 factors, Martin scored 20 and grabbed a game-high 17 rebounds. Devin Whitlock scored 9 factors and contributed 12 assists and 4 steals.
Infamous Grooms was the highest scorer for the Crimson Raiders with 14 factors. Bakari Wallace had 12 and Calvin Winfrey 11.
Jefferson-Morgan 57, Bentworth 56: Jefferson-Morgan clinched a playoff berth out of Class 2A Part 4, and snapped a five-game shedding streak, by slipping previous host Bentworth, 57-56.
The Rockets (4-3, 8-6) needed to come from behind, overcoming a double-digit second-half deficit. Bentworth (1-6, 5-11) led 28-17 at halftime and 44-40 after three quarters. The Rockets held a 17-12 scoring edge within the pivotal fourth quarter.
Tahjere Jacobs and Troy Wright led the way in which for J-M with 18 factors every. Colt Fowler tossed in 15.
Bentworth’s Landon Urcho scored a game-high 23 factors and Colton Lusk had 10.
Carmichaels 66, Frazier 49: Chris Barrish scored 28 factors to assist Carmichaels take a 66-49 determination from Frazier in a Class 2A Part 4 recreation.
Tyler Richmond tossed in 18 factors and Michael Stewart chipped in 11 for the Mikes (6-1, 12-3).
Frazier remained winless in six part video games and 16 total.
Chartiers-Houston 40, Northgate 35: Jake Mele scored all of his eight factors within the important fourth quarter to ship Chartiers-Houston previous Northgate 40-35 in a Class 2A Part 2 recreation.
The Bucs (3-4, 7-11) trailed Northgate, 29-21, heading into the ultimate eight minutes. Chartiers-Houston outscored Northgate (1-6, 9-9) by a rating of 19-6. Chartiers-Houston knocked down 10 of 11 free throws in that quarter.
Jonathan O’Reilly scored 14 factors for the Bucs. Josh Williams scored 13 factors and Steve Goetz had 11 for Northgate.
Moon 57, Trinity 48: Casey Sunday and Elijah Gillery mixed for 25 factors and Moon did simply sufficient to carry off Trinity 57-48 in Class 5A Part 2.
Moon (2-5, 6-11) led 27-23 at halftime and 41-34 after three quarters.
Connor Roberts tossed in a game-high 22 factors, which included 4 three-point baskets, to steer the assault for Trinity (0-7, 4-13). Gio Cipoletti additionally was in double figures as he scored 11.
West Greene 45, Propel Montour 41: Kaden Shields hit a basket with 25 seconds remaining within the recreation and Ian Van Dyne sank two free throws within the closing seconds to offer West Greene a 45-41 victory over Propel Montour in a Part 2-A recreation.
Van Dyne scored a game-high 16 factors for West Greene (3-4, 5-14), who led 21-18 at halftime.
Cameron Hardisty paced Propel Montour (1-5, 3-12) with 10 factors.
Monessen 64, California 40: Jaisean Blackmon scored 10 of his 18 factors within the essential third quarter to assist Monessen cease California, 64-40, in a Class 2A, Part 4 recreation.
Lorenzo Gardner additionally scored 18 factors for Monessen (7-0, 13-4), which outscored Cal (2-4, 4-12) by a rating of 21-12 within the third quarter. Cody Kuhns had 12 factors and Deveonte Ross added 10.
Corey Frick scored a game-high 21 factors and Hunter Assad chipped in with 10 factors for the Trojans.
Brownsville 61, Beth-Middle 35: Brownsville saved alive its slim title hopes in Class 3A Part 4 with a 61-35 victory at Beth-Middle.
The win strikes Brownsville to 7-2 in part and 10-7 total. The Falcons path first-place Washington by two video games with three remaining.
Cedric Harrison scored 17 factors to steer Brownsville, which led 31-16 at halftime. Derrick Tarpley and Elijah Brown every contributed 10 factors.
Ruben Miller fired in 14 factors for Beth-Middle (0-9, 3-12).
Geibel 85, Avella 44: Trevelle Clayton scored 25 factors and Geibel ran its profitable streak to seven video games with an 85-44 win at Avella in Class A Part 2.
Geibel (5-1, 13-4) stays on the heels of part chief Bishop Canevin. Jaydis Kennedy chipped in with 21 factors and Brayden Curry had 14 for the Gators, who pulled away within the second quarter and opened a 49-28 halftime lead.
Westley Burchianti led Avella (0-6, 1-17) in scoring with 19 factors.
In different video games: Higher St. Clair slipped previous Peters Township 59-54 in Class 6A Part 2. South fayette was a 79-72 winner at Chartiers Valley in Class 5A Part 2. No recreation particulars have been reported.
Chartiers-Houston 45, Northgate 17: Three gamers accounted for all however three factors in Chartiers-Houston’s 45-17 rout of Northgate in a Class 2, Part 3 recreation.
Dominique Mortimer led all scorers with 16 factors, Kaydan Buckingham added 15 and Bella Richey chipped in with 11 for the Bucs (3-3, 9-7), who shut Northgate out within the third quarter, 19-0.
Clairton 68, Avella 35: Iyanna Wade scored 35 factors and Clairton ran its profitable streak to 4 video games with a 68-35 win at Avella in a non-section recreation.
The Bears (11-1) led 30-19 at halftime and steadily pulled away within the second half.
Jerzee Sutton scored 12 factors and Khalayna Knowell added 10 for Clairton.
Katie Dryer tossed in 16 factors for Avella (9-8).
South Aspect beaver 63, Washington 22: South Aspect Beaver moved above the .500 mark with a 63-22 home-court win over Washington in a non-section play.
The Rams (9-8) led 40-13 at halftime. Grace Woodling topped SSB with 16 factors and Emilee Boyd scored 14.
Cayleigh Brown led Wash Excessive (1-16) in scoring with 10 factors.