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Tayshawn Levy poured in a game-high 17 points to lead Washington over Burgettstown 69-33 in a non-section boys basketball game Thursday night.

Brandon Patterson chipped in with 13 points and Devoun Fuse added 12 points for the Prexies (3-0, 3-2), which snapped a two-game losing streak.

Caleb Russell scored nine points for Burgettstown (1-5, 1-6), which trailed 33-20 at halftime and was outscored 22-11 in the third quarter.

Fort Cherry 92, Avella 50: It seemed like every player for Fort Cherry had a hot shooting touch Thursday night.

Ten different Rangers entered the scoring column as Fort Cherry outgunned visiting Avella 92-50 in a non-section game.

Fort Cherry (4-2) scored 45 first-half points but didn’t begin to break open the game until the middle of the third quarter. Avella (1-3) simply coulnd’t keep with the hot-shooting Rangers.

Lane Miller led Fort Cherry with 20 points, Nick Paterni followed with 17, Maddox Truschell had 14 and Dylan Rogers 11. Two Rangers contributed nine points.

Avella received a team-high 18 points from Donovan Avolio and 12 from Brandon Samol.

Bentworth 56, West Greene 50: A 28-6 run in the third quarter sent Bentworth past West Greene, 56-50, in a non-section game.

Jerzey Tomlin scored 15 of his game-high 25 in the third quarter for Bentworth (1-3). Landon Urcho scored 10 of his 16 in the third quarter.

Tucker McMurray sank 10 points for Bentworth.

Caleb Rice scored 12 points and Kaden Shields added 11 for West Greene (1-3), which led 24-17 at halftime.

Girls results

Trinity 82 Uniontown 16: Courtnery Dahlquist had 22 points and 8 rebounds to help Trinity crush Uniontown 82-16 in a Section 3 games in Class 5A.

The Hillers (1-0, 5-1) led 32-1 after one quarter and 50-3 at halftime. Alyssa Clutter and Kaylin Venick each scored 10 points and Emily Venick had 8 assists.

Uniontown is 0-3 and 0-4.

Laurel 53, Burgettstown 29: Regan Atkins and Reese Bintrim combined for 28 points and Laurel knocked off Burgettstown 53-29 in a non-section game, dealing the Blue Devils their first loss of the season.

Atkins poured in 16 points and Bintrim 12 for the Spartans (6-1), who led 29-13 at halftime.

Jill Frazier scored 11 for Burgettstown (6-1).

Chartiers-Houston 30, West Allegheny 20: Chartiers-Houston has two wins on the season and they’ve come in a 24-hour period. The Bucs won their second game in as many nights, holding visiting West Allegheny scorless in the fourth quarter and pulling away for a 30-20 victory in a non-section game.

The score was tied 20-20 after three quarters but the Bucs made eight of 12 free throws over the final eight minutes to secure the win.

Zamierha Edwards led C-H (2-3) with nine points. Kayla Howard had seven points for West Allegheny (0-4).

Beth-Center 41, Jefferson-Morgan 22: Anna Sloan continued to put up some big scoring figures for Beth-center as she tossed in 22 points to lead the Bulldogs to a 41-22 victory over visiting Jefferson-Morgan in a non-section contest.

Sloan helped B-C (3-1) to a 22-12 halftime lead. The Bulldogs put the game out of reach with a 9-2 scoring edge in the pivotal third quarter.

Savannah Clark had eight points for Jefferson-Morgan (1-5).

Waynesburg 47, Bentworth 10: Waynesburg pitched a shutout in the first quarter and went on to a 47-10 victory over visiting Bentworth in Class 3A Section 2.

The win keeps Waynesburg (2-0, 4-1) undefeated in the section and put the Raiders back on the winning track after a non-section loss to West Greene on Tuesday.

Waynesburg forged a 19-0 lead after one quarter and led 35-2 at halftime.

Ten different Raiders scored at least two points, led by Nina Sarra and Kaley Rohanna with 11 each.

Amber Sallee had seven of Bentworth’s points. The Bearcats are 0-4 in section and 0-6 overall.

Belle Vernon 40, Mount Pleasant 22: Belle Vernon’s sticky defense delivered as the Leopards picked up a 40-22 victory over visiting Mount Pleasant in Class 4A Section 3.

The Leopards (2-1, 3-2) held Mt. Pleasant (1-2, 4-2) to only nine field goals. Only one of Belle Vernon’s opponents has managed to score more than 34 points.

Belle Vernon did most of its damage in the first half, which ended with the Leopards leading 22-9.

Presleigh Kolditz paced the Leopards in scoring with 10 points. Grace Henderson had 10 rebounds, four steals and four blocked shots. Taylor Rodriguez chipped in with six assists, three steals, eight rebounds and three blocked shots.

South Park 68, Charleroi 50: South Park broke open a close game in the thrid quarter and pulled away for a 68-50 victory over Charleroi in a Class 3A Section 2 contest.

South Park (2-0, 2-0) led by only 30-27 at halftime but outscored the Cougars 17-9 in the pivotal third quarter to open a double-digit lead.

Nora Orinick led the way for the Eagles by scoring a game-high 20 points. She was followed in the scoring column by Maddie Graham with 17 points and Maya Weitelet with 13.

Charleroi (1-2, 2-3) received 18 points from freshman McKenna DeUnger and 12 from junior Hannah Keranko.

Washington 51, Brownsville 39: Washington got back on the winning track by playing a strong first half and defeating host Brownsville 51-39 in a Class 3A Section 2 game.

The win snapped a three-game losing streak for Washington (1-1, 2-3) and was the first section victory for the Little Prexies. Wash High built a 27-18 halftime lead and was able to hold off a Brownsville team that was playing its first game of the season.

Cassandra Lewis led Wash High with 17 points, Kiera Woods had 11 and Samantha Maurer finished with a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Peters Township 65, Baldwin 46: Journey Thompson scored a game-high 35 points to help Peters Township to its first win of the season, 65-46, over Baldwin in Class 6A Section 2.

Thompson scored 23 of PT’s 30 points in the first half. She hit 8 of 9 shots from the free-throw line.

Avana Sayles had 17 points for the Indians (1-1, 1-4),

Lexi Bernozas led Baldwin (0-1, 1-3) with 15 points.

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