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Butler bowling tops defending state champ NA

Eric Devore rolled a 621 series Wednesday as the Butler boys bowling team edged defending state champion North Allegheny, 4-3, at Family Bowlaway.

Rocco Rice added a 595 series and Marty Imhof a 582 series for the Golden Tornado.

The Butler girls defeated the Tigers, 7-0, as Makenzie Zimmerman rolled a 201 game and 531 series. Natalie Coughenour added a 517.

Both Butler teams are 4-1 on the year.

Freeport 7, St. Joseph's 0 — Freeport swept a match from St. Joseph's, the boys and girls teams winning by 7-0 scores.

Colin Cummings paced the boys victory with a 642 series, rolling games of 227, 212 and 203. Dylan Granata contributed a 235 game and 551 series.

Mackensie Livingston and Julia Cummings led the girls win. Livingston rolled a 642 series, including games of 246 and 201. Cummings had a 636 series, games of 229 and 223.

Alayna Rocco paced three North Catholic players in double figures, scoring 19 points in the Trojanettes' 56-30 win over Ellwood City.Tori Drevna added 18 points and Dacia Lewandowski 13 for North (8-3, 5-0), which won its fourth straight game. Ellwood City was shut out in the second quarter.NORTH CATHOLIC 56Alayna Rocco 19, Tori Drevna 18, Dacia Lewandowski 13.ELLWOOD CITY 30K.Servick 10.N.Catholic 19 14 19 4 — 56Ellwood City 12 0 12 6 — 30Thursday: North Catholic at Beaver FallsClarion-Limestone 55, A-C Valley 24 — The Falcons (1-8) fell behind by 17 in the first quarter. Mackensie Parks led the team with nine points.A-C VALLEY 24Bailey Blauser 7, Mackensie Parks 9, Sophia McGarvey 6, Brianna Schmidt 2. Totals: 11 2-4 24.CLARION-LIMESTONE 55Frances Milliron 15, Alyssa Wyant 12, Kendall Dunn 10, Lexi Coull 9, AJ Sebastian-Sims 5, Jenna Dunn 2, Sam Simpson 2. Totals: 21 12-26 55.A-C Valley 7 11 2 4 — 24Cl-Limestone 24 7 14 10 — 55Friday: Cranberry at A-C Valley

Jameson Grieco scored 25 points as Seneca Valley rolled to a 66-47 victory at Penn-Trafford.The Raiders (5-6) outscored P-T 20-9 in a decisive third quarter.SENECA VALLEY 66Aiden Lyczek 6, Connor Oros 5, Luke Lawson 5, Beau Lizewski 7, Jameson Grieco 25, Jackson Wetzel 5, Andrew Roy 4, Caiden Oros 9. Totals: 21 14-20 66.PENN-TRAFFORD 47Noah Wright 20, Johnny Demarchis 2, Gio Merola 3, Nick Crum 13, Tyler Freas 2, Nathan Crum 3, Conlan Greene 4. Totals: 17 4-5 47.Seneca Valley 9 18 20 19 — 66Penn-Trafford 12 11 9 15 — 47Friday: Butler at Seneca Valley

EJ Delaney made 44 saves, but Butler dropped a 6-3 decision to Penn-Trafford earlier this week.Colton Gregory, Jack Johnson and Adam Deal scored for the Golden Tornado. Rowan Musko and and Andrew Roskovski had assists.Butler hosts Greater Latrobe Monday at the Frozen Pond for Alumni Night.