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coach99

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PIAA Playoffs
« on: March 01, 2020, 03:55:20 PM »

All the sites for girls are found on the western basketball site which has a link to the PIAA brackets.
I did see that Char Valley and Trinity girls teams are both scheduled for South Fayette HS, so that makes it nice for the McConnell clan to get the family together to root on the Siblings. That should up the cowd attendance quite a bit :)
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Re: PIAA Playoffs
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2020, 04:23:35 PM »

PIAA Class 6A Playoffs: First Round
Manheim Township vs.  North Allegheny at Sewickley Academy 33-57
Governor Mifflin vs.  Bethel Park at Peters Township 28-46
Baldwin vs.  Central Dauphin at Milton Hershey School 42-35
Mt. Lebanon vs.  Altoona  at Mount Aloysius College, Cresson 56-60
Upper St. Clair vs. State College at Bald Eagle Area High School 36-46

PIAA Class 3A Playoffs: First Round
Avonworth vs.  Tyrone at Altoona Area High School 37-45
Northwestern vs.  Beaver Area at Sewickley Academy 22-46
United vs. Mohawk at New Castle High School 42-66
Carlynton vs.  Greenville at Farrell 45-40
Seton LaSalle vs.  Mercyhurst Prep at Hagerty Events Center, Erie 41-58
East Allegheny vs.  Cambria Heights at Central Cambria High School 40-64

PIAA Class 2A Playoffs: First Round
Bellwood Antis vs.  Laurel at New Castle High School 55-51
Bishop McCort vs.  Bishop Canevin at Peters Township 55-44
Ellis School vs.  Maplewood at Hagerty Events Center, Erie 39-36
South Side Beaver vs.  West Middlesex at Farrell 25-58
Riverview vs.  Everett at Pitt-Johnstown 33-69
Serra Catholic vs.  Penns Manor at Central Cambria High School 34-57
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Re: PIAA Playoffs
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2020, 08:34:53 PM »

Saw the Villa Maria girls overwhelm Blackhawk in the game before ours. Villa Maria is huge. Their post players must be at least 6'2". They gave Blackhawk fits all game because of their overall size.
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Re: PIAA Playoffs
« Reply #3 on: March 07, 2020, 10:28:44 PM »

PIAA Class 5A Playoffs: First Round
Thomas Jefferson vs.  Portage at Mount Aloysius College, Cresson 62-30
Penn Hills vs. Trinity at South Fayette 29-54
Warren vs.  Chartiers Valley at South Fayette 39-72
Woodland Hills vs.  Grove City at Farrell 69-26

PIAA Class 4A Playoffs: First Round
Freeport vs.  North Catholic at Kiski Area 43-58
Huntingdon vs. Southmoreland at Greensburg Salem 29-57
Blackhawk vs.  Villa Maria Academy, Erie at Edinboro University 43-62
Indiana vs. Lancaster Catholic  at Warwick High School 50-73
Quaker Valley vs.  Forest Hills at Altoona Area High School 28-47
Central Valley vs.  Punxsutawney at Clarion University 59-56

PIAA Class 1A Playoffs: First Round
Sewickley Academy vs.  North Clarion at Clarion University 36-47
Otto-Eldred vs.  Rochester at Sewickley Academy 40-69
Kennedy Catholic vs.  West Greene at Peters Township 52-38
Blacklick Valley vs.  Clairton at Greensburg Salem 43-37
Aquinas Academy vs. Shanksville-Stonycreek  at Pitt-Johnstown 27-58
Avella vs.  Coudersport at St. Marys Area High School 41-48
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Re: PIAA Playoffs
« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2020, 11:04:05 PM »

PIAA Class 6A Playoffs: Second Round
State College vs.  North Allegheny at Indiana 38-51
Plymouth-Whitemarsh vs.  Baldwin at Chambersburg Area High School 53-27
Upper Dublin  vs.  Bethel Park at Chambersburg Area High School 40-47
Altoona  vs.  Nazareth at Central Dauphin East High School 48-59

PIAA Class 3A Playoffs: Second Round
Carlynton vs.  Mohawk at North Allegheny High School 44-61
Tyrone vs.  Mercyhurst Prep at Clarion University 53-38
Cambria Heights vs.  Trinity (Camp Hill) at Bellefonte Area High School 53-45
Beaver Area vs.  Penn Cambria at Hempfield 48-36

PIAA Class 2A Playoffs: Second Round
Keystone vs.  Bishop McCort at Armstrong High School 34-73
Everett vs. Ellis School at Pitt-Johnstown 35-47
Redbank Valley vs. Bellwood-Antis 54-83
Penns Manor vs. West Middlesex 46-39
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Re: PIAA Playoffs
« Reply #5 on: March 11, 2020, 11:14:37 PM »

PIAA Class 5A Playoffs: Second Round
Abington Heights vs.  Gettysburg at Hamburg Area High School 44-45
Woodland Hills vs.  Thomas Jefferson at Peters Township 34-39
Trinity vs.  Great Valley at Chambersburg Area High School 47-28
Chartiers Valley vs.  Hollidaysburg at Greensburg Salem 55-38

PIAA Class 4A Playoffs: Second Round
Central Valley vs.  North Catholic at North Hills 49-53
Southmoreland vs.  Lancaster Catholic  at Bedford High School 56-64
Danville vs.  Northern Lebanon at Shamokin Area High School 37-48
Villa Maria Academy, Erie vs.  Forest Hills at Clarion University 48-55

PIAA Class 1A Playoffs: Second Round
Berlin Brothersvalley vs. North Clarion at Indiana 43-62
Tussey Mountain vs.  Rochester at Indiana 50-70
Blacklick Valley vs. Coudersport 46-54
Shanksville-Stonycreek vs. Kennedy Catholic 45-53
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Re: PIAA Playoffs
« Reply #6 on: March 12, 2020, 02:07:26 PM »

For Immediate Release: March 12, 2020
 
PIAA Board of Directors decided this morning by a unanimous vote to suspend the PIAA basketball and AA boys’ and girls’ swimming and diving championships for minimally a two week period. The AAA swimming and diving championships at Bucknell University have been truncated with limited spectators and will conclude at the end of today’s mid-afternoon diving session. The Board of Directors, in consultation with various health departments, believes this action is in the best interest of our member schools, their student-athletes, sports officials and the general public.   
PIAA, by enforcing a two–week hiatus from our basketball and AA swimming championships, believes this action will allow schools time to perform self-assessments and make decisions to promote optimal health conditions in their communities.
PIAA Executive Director, Dr. Robert A. Lombardi, stated; “The Board of Directors’ are committed to promoting an environment of healthy athletic competition that is consistent with current health department and the Center for the Disease Control guidelines.” The PIAA Sports Medicine Committee will be meeting this weekend for further discussion. 
Modifications to the tournaments will include limiting team and spectator parties, health recertification by authorized medical professionals and changes to game day procedures. Additional direction to competing schools will be provided over the coming days in consultation with school administrators, local, state health and governmental authorities.
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