| Beaver County Time
Scores and highlights from Monday evening’s WPIAL playoff basketball motion:
Ellwood Metropolis 81, Shady Aspect Academy 73
Every week in the past, Ellwood Metropolis snapped a ten-year playoff shedding streak. Now the Wolverines are out of the blue one win away from their first WPIAL Championship look since 1986. Joseph Roth continued his scorching playoff efficiency together with his second straight 30-point sport because the No.11 Wolverines recovered from a deficit. 5 factors early within the fourth quarter to pressure time beyond regulation and in the end upset No. 3 Shady Aspect Academy. Alexander Roth added 24 factors whereas Steve Antuono scored 14 factors for the Wolverines (12-4). Ellwood Metropolis will draw a well-recognized foe for the semifinals – No.2 Neshannock, who swept the common season streak. The Lancers are 17-1 after beating Beaver Falls on Monday evening.
Aliquippa 59, Laurel 50
Down three on the half and one after three quarters of play, No.4 Aliquippa used a ten-point swing within the fourth quarter to get away from upset No.12 Laurel. Deandre Moye scored 19 factors to guide Aliquippa (12-5), whereas Donovan Walker added 11 and Ty Crocker had 10. Quips will face No.1 South Allegheny within the Class 3A males’s basketball semifinal. Thursday.
Neshannock 40, Beaver Falls 33
Beaver Falls had been the one staff to defeat Neshannock through the common season, however the Tigers had been unable to repeat the feat within the WPIAL Class 3A quarterfinals. Beaver Falls topped Neshannock 37-29 on February 16, however this time Neshannock constructed a double-digit lead after which held off a Tigers rally. Beaver Falls ends the season with a 10-5 file.
Montour 57, Central Valley 49
Central Valley led at halftime, however convention nemesis Montour as soon as once more overpowered the Warriors and knocked out Central Valley within the WPIAL Class 4A males’s basketball quarterfinal. Montour dominated Central Valley 40-38, 53-47 within the common season. Jayvin Thompson scored 14 factors and Brandon Graham had 10 for Central Valley (11-6).