Anaheim 2 (SO)
South Park 65
Kennedy Catholic 53
New Castle 71
Bethel Park 64
State College 51
Seton-La Salle 58
Bishop Canevin 61
Erie First Christian 78
Chartiers Valley 68
Strong Vincent 54
Thomas Jefferson 72
Erie East 66
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One-point losses are always tough to take, even moreso in the final game of the year. That's what happened to two girls teams Friday night in games on WJPA. Bellwood-Antis took the lead on McGuffey with 20 seconds to play, then watched as the Highlanders' final shot rolled off the rim, eliminating McGuffey, 56-55.
Mt. Lebanon trailed by 13 early in the fourth and rallied to within a point with the ball in hand. The Blue Devils worked for a final look but couldn't get a shot off as State College held on for a 51-50 win, ending Mt. Lebanon's season.
Trinity led South Park late into the first quarter before the defending-PIAA-champion Eagles rolled out a 28-6 run, downing the Hillers, 65-48. The South Park win is the fourth this season against Trinity.
California dropped a 53-34 decision to Kennedy Catholic and was eliminated fromt he Class A girls braket. Click classes for PIAA brackets.
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Penguins Rebound With Shootout Win
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Evgeni Malkin scored the tying goal during a power play in the third period and Brandon Sutter got the deciding goal in a six-round shootout, leading the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 3-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Friday night.
Defenseman Deryk Engelland scored in the first period for the Penguins. Marc-Andre Fleury made 29 saves for his league-leading 33rd victory, after the Penguins rallied twice from one-goal deficits in a showdown between the leaders of the Eastern and Western Conferences.
Corey Perry scored twice for the Ducks and Ryan Getzlaf had two assists, but the Ducks' captain missed a chance to extend the shootout with a shot over the net - making him 0 for 6 this season in the tiebreaker.
Jonas Hiller had 15 saves, one of them on a breakaway by Sidney Crosby in the first minute of overtime.
Sharper Remains In Jail, Awaits Possible Rape Charges
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A New Orleans arrest warrant says detectives learned from witnesses that former NFL All-Pro safety Darren Sharper and an associate acknowledged they had nonconsensual sex with two women.
The warrant was released by New Orleans police on Thursday in an investigation of Sharper and associate Erik Nunez.
The warrant does not elaborate on the allegations by witnesses.
Sharper remains in a Los Angeles jail after pleading not guilty to rape and drug charges in California. His attorneys were set to argue for his release Friday afternoon.
Louisiana prosecutors have not yet formally charged Sharper.
The athlete's Los Angeles-based attorney Blair Berk referred a call for comment to Sharper's New Orleans lawyer, Jason Williams, who was not immediately available. Nunez has been arrested in New Orleans, where a judge on Friday set bail for at $400,000. His lawyer Herbert Larson there is no evidence against his client.
Pirates Fall To 6-2 In Spring Training After Loss To Twins
Despite five runs in the first two innings, the Pirates fell to Minnesota 6-5 in Spring Training play yesterday. Pittsburgh blew its five run lead in the final three frames. A bright spot for the Buccos was reigning National League MVP Andrew McCutchen, who was a triple short of the cycle. McCutchen is now 8-for-11 this spring.