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Team Tournament

North Allegheny 27
Canon-McMillan 24

Belle Vernon 38
Waynesburg 24

First Round
North Allegheny 66
Peters Township 6

Canon-McMillan 66
Hempfield 3

Team Tournament

McGuffey 42
Kittanning 30

Jeff-Morgan 45
Burgettstown 25

South Fayette 45
Southmoreland 20

First Round
McGuffey 40
South Side Beaver 24

Kittanning 58
Chartiers-Houston 9

Jeff-Morgan 62
Keystone Oaks 15

Burgettstown 40
Beth-Center 30

South Fayette 69
Indiana 6

Wrestling Team Tournaments Set for Semifinals
Triple-A and Double-A brackets have been trimmed to the final four. McGuffey, South Fayette and Jefferson-Morgan join 8-time defending champion Burrell in the Double-A semifinals Saturday at Canon-McMillan. McGuffey meets South Fayette (WJPA-AM) while Jeff-Morgan takes on Burrell. Both matches start at 1 pm. The winners wrestle in the championship match at 3:30 while the losers wrestle for third place and a berth in the state tournament. In Triple-A, North Allegheny topped Canon-McMillan, winning the final two bouts to eliminate the Big Macs. Waynesburg lost late to Belle Vernon, eliminating the Raiders.

Bozzuto Will Return As Manager
The Washington Wild Things announced Friday that Field Manager Robert Bozzuto will return to the team for the 2015 season. Bozzuto, who took over midway through the 2014 season, led the team to a 57-39 record and a postseason appearance. “I am honored and humbled to be part of such a great baseball organization. We look forward to building upon the outstanding foundation we built last year in order to win a Frontier League championship,” Bozzuto said. “As an organization we will honor our tradition, strive to excel in the present, and continue to build for the future. With the support of the coaching staff, the players, and our fan base, I look forward to an outstanding 2015 season.” The Greensburg native has been with the Wild Things since 2006, serving in multiple capacities, including bench coach, and first and third base coach. He helped guide the club during multiple postseason berths, a team record 63 wins in 2005, and a trip to the Frontier League Championship Series in 2007. In addition to his managerial duties with the Wild Things, Bozzuto is the athletic director at North Allegheny High School, overseeing one of the most successful athletic programs in the state.

Robert Morris Wins
MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. (AP) - In men's college basketball, Robert Morris beat Fairleigh Dickinson 87-65 yesterday. Rodney Pryor had career highs of 28 points and 11 rebounds for his first double-double, along with seven 3-pointers. Marcquise Reed added 14 points, Lucky Jones 13 and Aaron Tate 10 for the Colonials.

Kentucky - Gonzaga Keep Win Streaks Alive
UNDATED (AP) - Top-ranked Kentucky and No. 3 Gonzaga continued their respective winning streaks. The Wildcats are 20-0 for the third time in school history after Andrew Harrison scored 15 points to lead a 69-53 victory at Missouri. Domantas Sabonis had 13 points and 11 rebounds as the Bulldogs beat Portland 64-46 to extend the nation's longest home winning streak to 37 games.

Grizzlies Stretch Streak
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - The Memphis Grizzlies have a five-game winning streak and a two-game lead over Houston in the NBA's Southwest Division. Zach Randolph had 15 points and 17 rebounds as the Grizzlies smothered Denver 99-69. Jeff Green added 13 points for the Grizzlies, who were never threatened after building a double-digit lead in the first quarter.




HS Basketball--Girls
at Chartiers Valley

WJPA-AM (1450)
6:00 pm --Listen Here!

HS Basketball--Boys
Mt. Lebanon
at Canon-McMillan

WJPA-AM (1450)
7:30 pm
--Listen Here!

HS Basketball--Boys
at Wash High


Wrestling Team Tourn.
AA Semifinals

McGuffey vs.
South Fayette
(plus updates on Burrell/Jeff-Morgan)

WJPA-AM (1450)
1:00 pm --Listen Here!

AA Finals or Third-Place
McGuffey vs.
Burrell/Jeff-Morgan AND
SouthFayette vs.

WJPA-AM (1450)
3:30 pm --Listen Here!

Sunday (Feb. 1)
Super Bowl XLIX
WJPA-AM (1450)
2:00 pm--Pregame
6:30 pm--Kickoff

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