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STRONG FOURTH QUARTER GIVES
LADY TIGERS 67-59 VICTORY

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After Penn-Trafford rallied to tie the game going into the fourth quarter, the Lady Tigers came back to defeat the Lady Warriors, 67-59, in the NA Holiday Tournament at the Senior High gym on Tuesday night.  Four Lady Tigers scored in double figures as NA used a balanced scoring attack to achieve the victory.  Senior Lisa Gleason led the way with 16 points, senior forward Rachel Divosevic added 15, sophomore forward Maria Nolan 14, and junior forward Sarah Haas 10.  Kristen Kudrick had 21 and Jenna Petrini 20 for the Warriors.

The Tigers jumped ahead quickly, taking an 8-2 lead in the first two minutes.  After Divosevic scored a layup on a tip play on the opening jump ball, Petrini dropped in two foul shots to tie the game.  Divosevic hit a jumper and Nolan scored twice from in close to push the margin to six.  Kudrick came back to hit a pair of field goals from under the basket before freshman Jackie Lang hit a deuce to make it 10-6.  Haas drained a trey at the 2:53 mark to extend the margin to 13-6, but senior point guard Mary Bair came back with a conventional three-point play to cut the lead to 13-9.  After Petrini hit a pair of free throws, Lang answered with two from the stripe to make it a 15-11 game.  Divosevic was fouled in the paint and made both to extend the lead to 17-11 with 1:15 remaining.  Kudrick scored with 23.3 on the clock, but Haas answered with another trey as time was running out to give NA a 20-13 lead after one quarter.

 In the second quarter, both teams continued to press full court and run at every opportunity.  The Lady Tigers used a 12-2 run at the beginning of the period to open a 32-15 advantage.  Haas hit a jumper just inside the arc, Divosevic added a pair of foul shots, Gleason drove for a layup, Divosevic scored again from the baseline, Gleason banked in another short jumper, and Nolan scored in the paint during the run.  Megan Oravec ended the run with a three from the right side as the Lady Warriors tried to stay in the game.  Nolan made one of two from the line and Gleason scored her third hoop of the period to push the margin to 35-18 before Bair hit a trey to cut it to fourteen with 3:15 remaining.  Nolan hit another jumper to extend the lead to 37-21, but Petrini came back to score the next eight points on a trey, two foul shots and a conventional three-point play to make it a 37-29 game with 48.2 seconds remaining in the half.  After Gleason drove for two, Kudrick put back a rebound to keep the NA lead at eight, 39-31.  Senior Amanda Dice put in a layup on a fast break to give the Lady Tigers a 41-31 advantage at the intermission.

Penn-Trafford turned up the defensive pressure in the third quarter, and it paid off as they held the Lady Tigers to just five points in the quarter.  The Lady Warriors scored the first five points of the period on a three-point play by Kudrick and a basket by Bair.  NA responded on a basket by Divosevic and one of two from the line by Nolan to extend the lead to 44-36 with 3:43 remaining in the period.  Petrini came back to score a pair of hoops to cut the lead to 44-40 before Nolan hit a jumper to push the margin back to six at 46-40.  The Lady Warriors then scored the final six points of the quarter on six straight foul shots to tie the game at 46-46 after three quarters of play.

The Lady Tigers regained the lead early in the fourth quarter when Divosevic scored and added the foul shot to make it 49-46 just 10 seconds into the period.  Junior Mila Politi came off the P-T bench to drain a long trey from the right side to tie the game at 49 just seconds later.  Lang answered from under the hoop to make it 51-49 before Kudrick hit one of two from the line to cut it to one with 5:49 on the clock.  Junior Kristen Beatty came back with her only basket of the game to push the margin to 53-50.  After Kudrick scored to cut the lead to one again, NA responded on two free throws by Gleason, a jump shot by Haas, and two more foul shots by Nolan to extend the lead to 59-52 with 3:15 left.  Petrini scored to cut the lead to five, but Gleason drove and scored again to push the lead to 61-54.  Kudrick battled under the hoop and dropped in another rebound, and Lang hit one of two from the stripe as the lead went to 62-56 with 1:31 remaining.  After Kudrick made one of two foul shots, Gleason came back to drop in two from the line.  After junior Marissa Posteraro made one of two foul shots, senior Maggie Jackson hit a jumper in the paint to cut the lead to 65-59, but the Lady Warriors were running out of time as just 23.3 seconds were left.  Gleason made two of four from the line in the remaining time as the Lady Tigers held on for a 67-59 victory.

It was a fast-paced game with both teams pressing and running for most of the contests.  Thirty-four fouls were called with both teams having numerous chances at the foul line.  NA finished shooting 19 of 27 (70.4%) and Penn-Trafford hit 17 of 20 (85.0%).  It was a good win for the Lady Tigers as they had to keep their composure down the stretch.  For her efforts, the North Allegheny Sports Network selected senior Lisa Gleason as the Player of the Game.

With the win, the Lady Tigers improved their overall record to 5-4 on the season.  NA will meet North Catholic tonight in the second game of the round robin tournament.  The North Allegheny Sports Network will be there to broadcast the game LIVE on the internet beginning with the pre-game show at 7:15 pm.  Game time is scheduled for 7:30 pm.

Box Score

GAME SUMMARY
NORTH ALLEGHENY
67  PENN-TRAFFORD 59

SCORE BY QUARTERS

1

2

3

4

FINAL

Penn-Trafford

13

18

15

13

59

NORTH ALLEGHENY

20

21

5

21

67

NA HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT
SCHEDULE

DATE GAME TIME
Tues. Dec. 27 NORTH ALLEGHENY - 67  Penn-Trafford - 59 7:30 pm
Wed. Dec. 28 NORTH ALLEGHENY - 68  North Catholic - 64 7:30 pm
Thurs. Dec. 29 Penn-Trafford vs. North Catholic 4:00 pm

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NA-SHALER GAME POSTPONED UNTIL JANUARY

The Lady Tigers' game with Shaler scheduled for Friday night was postponed because of a death in the Shaler basketball family.  Officials from both schools met and decided on the following schedule changes to reschedule the contest.  The following changes were made:

TUESDAY, JANUARY 17
NORTH ALLEGHENY at Shaler, 6:00 pm

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27
Shaler at NORTH ALLEGHENY, 6:30 pm
JV: Shaler at NA, 3:30 pm

The following game was cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date
TUESDAY, JANUARY 17
Chartiers Valley at NORTH ALLEGHENY

The Lady Tigers will be back in action again on Tuesday when they host Penn-Trafford in the NA Holiday Tournament.  The North Allegheny Sports Network will be there to broadcast the game LIVE on the internet beginning with the pre-game show at 7:15 pm.  Game time is scheduled for 7:30 pm.  On Wednesday, NA will face North Catholic at 7:30 pm.

OUR CONDOLENCES TO THE SHALER PLAYERS
AND THEIR FAMILIES

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SECOND HALF COMEBACK BEATS McDOWELL, 60-49

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After trailing by five points at halftime, the Lady Tigers put it all together in the second half to defeat McDowell, 60-49, in a non-section game at the Senior High gym on Monday night. Senior forward Rachel Divosevic led the way with 17 points, followed by junior Sarah Haas and freshman Jackie Lang with 13 each.  Senior Nicole Ross had 19 points to pace the Lady Trojans.

The game started quickly with both teams running the floor at every opportunity. Divosevic put NA ahead with a short jumper just 41 seconds into the contest, but freshman Allison Braun came back to tie the score at 2-2 nineteen seconds later.  After junior Megan Hartwig dropped in two foul shots, sophomore Chelsea Pruckner put in a rebound to tie the game at 4-4.  Lang scored from under the basket, but senior Taylor Brandon came back with a baseline shot to tie the game at 6-6 at the 5:46 mark.  NA then scored the next six points on hoops by junior Kristen Beatty, Divosevic and sophomore forward Maria Nolan to take a 12-6 lead.  After senior Emily Leone answered from in close, Beatty scored again to make it a 14-8 game.  Ross scored her first basket of the game at the 2:25 mark, but Beatty answered with her third hoop of the first quarter as the lead went to 16-10.  McDowell came back with five straight points on a jumper from Ross and a three-point play by freshman Jessica Tarasovitch as the Lady Trojans cut the lead to 16-15.  Divosevic scored with 20 seconds left to give NA an 18-15 advantage after one quarter of play.

In the second quarter, McDowell outscored the Lady Tigers, 18-9.  After Divosevic scored from the right side to push the NA lead to 20-15, Ross drove to the hoop and made a layup to cut the margin to three.  Haas hit her first shot of the game from the baseline, and senior Lisa Gleason drove to the hoop and scored to increase the margin to 24-17 with 5:12 remaining in the half.  McDowell regrouped and scored the next nine points.  Braun got loose in the paint for a pair of hoops while Ross hit a two and a three to put McDowell ahead, 26-24, with 2:30 left.  Haas then drained a trey from the left side to regain the lead for NA at 27-26.  The Lady Trojans closed out the half, however, with a 6-0 run on baskets by Ross, Taylor and Leone to take a 32-27 advantage to the intermission.

The third quarter belonged to the Lady Tigers.  With McDowell starting in a zone at the beginning of the half, the NA outside game came alive.  After Divosevic scored just ten seconds into the half,  Haas hit a pair of three-pointers from the left corner to put NA back ahead, 35-32.  Senior Amanda Dice came off the NA bench to drain yet another trey as the Lady Tigers took a 38-32 lead at the 4:45 mark.  Ross finally broke the NA run with a pair of foul shots, but Lang drove down the middle, scored and added the foul shot to extend the lead to 41-34.  Braun scored in the middle, but Divosevic answered to make it 43-36.  Nolan's short jump shot gave the Lady Tigers their biggest lead of the game, 45-36, before three McDowell free throws cut the margin to 45-39 with 54.3 remaining in the quarter.  Neither team scored again and the Lady Tigers took a six-point lead into the final period.

After Brandon was able to score on a put back to cut the margin to four, Haas scored from just inside the arc to push it back to six at 47-41.  Ross hit a pair of foul shots, but Divosevic answered to make it 49-43 with 5:09 left in the game.  Divosevic came back with another hoop and foul shot to extend the lead to 52-43 as NA took control of the game.  Ross kept McDowell close with a basket, but Lang then stepped up.  The NA freshman made one of two from the foul hit, added a short banker, and added two more from the line to give the Lady Tigers a double-digit advantage at 55-45 with 1:55 remaining.  Brandon hit a pair of free throws, but Lang answered again with two free throws.  After Tarasovitch made a pair of foul shots, Lang closed out the scoring with a traditional three-point play as the Lady Tigers went on to a 60-49 victory.

It was a big win for the Lady Tigers as they ended a three-game losing streak and evened their overall record at 4-4.  NA will be back in action again on Friday night when they meet Shaler in an important section contest.  The game is the first of a girl/boy doubleheader and will be broadcast LIVE on the internet beginning with the pre-game show at 6:15 pm.  Game time is scheduled for 6:30 pm.

Box Score

GAME SUMMARY
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 60  McDOWELL - 49

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL
McDowell 15 17 7 10 49
NORTH ALLEGHENY 18 9 18 15 60

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UNBEATEN LADY 'CANES TAME
LADY TIGERS, 70-53

Led by junior Jaleesa Sams' 26 points, New Castle defeated the Lady Tigers, 70-53, at New Castle on Friday night.  Senior Rachel Divosevic scored 20 points to pace NA while freshman Jackie Lang added 12.  Ryenn Micaletti had 17 for the Lady 'Canes.

New Castle took a 16-12 lead after one quarter and extended the margin to 35-22 at halftime.  After NA rallied to cut the margin to 49-39 after three quarters, the Lady 'Canes outscored NA, 21-14, in the final quarter to win going away, 70-53.

The loss was the second straight in section play and third overall as the NA record fell to 3-4.  New Castle improved to 1-0 in section, 6-0 on the season.  The Lady Tigers will be back in action again on Monday night when they host the McDowell Trojans from Erie.  The North Allegheny Sports Network will be there to broadcast the game LIVE on the internet beginning with the pre-game show at 6:15 pm.  Game time is scheduled for 6:30 pm.

GAME SUMMARY
NEW CASTLE - 70  NORTH ALLEGHENY - 53

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL
NORTH ALLEGHENY 12 10 17 14 53
New Castle 16 19 14 21 70

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BUTLER HANDS LADY TIGERS FIRST
SECTION LOSS, 46-39

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The Butler Golden Tornado took control of the game midway through the second quarter and never trailed on their way to a 46-39 victory over the Lady Tigers on Tuesday afternoon at the Senior High gym.  Freshman Jackie Lang scored 12 points to pace NA.  Senior Rachel Divosevic added nine points in her first appearance for the Lady Tigers after being out for an injury.

Butler came out strong, hitting the boards early behind the play of 6-0 junior Amy Achesinski and 6-0 senior Sam Karn.  Achesinski scored on a put back and junior guard Maria Baroffio dropped in a short jumper to give Butler a 4-0 lead.  It took the Lady Tigers over two minutes to score, but Lang finally got loose under the basket to cut the lead to 4-2 at the 5:40 mark.  On the next possession, Lang was fouled and converted on both shots to tie the game at 4-4.  After Achesinski scored again, Divosevic tied the game at 6-6 with her first hoop of the season.  Sophomore Lyndsay Day came of the bench to hit a jumper from the left side to give Butler an 8-6 lead at the 2:51 mark.  The Tornado would hold the lead for the remainder of the game.  Senior guard Ashley Nocera hit a trey from the left side to push the margin to 11-6 before sophomore forward Maria Nolan scored from the baseline.  Baroffio's second basket of the quarter made it 13-8.  Lang came back with a short bank shot with just five seconds remaining to cut the lead to 13-10 as the first quarter ended.

Freshman guard Dawn Murphy drove through the Butler defense to drop in a layup just eight seconds into the second quarter to reduce the margin to one at 13-12.  After Nolan made one of two from the line, Achesinski answered with a pair of free throws to make it 15-13.  After Nocera hit another jumper, Divosevic was fouled on a drive and converted on one of two from the line.  Achesinski got loose along the baseline to drop in a short banker to increase the margin to 19-14 at the 5:42 mark.  NA came back, however, on hoops by Divosevic and Lang to cut the lead to 19-18 with 4:26 remaining in the half.  It would be the closest the Lady Tigers would get.  The Tornado played a ball possession game for the remainder of the half, scoring the last six points.  A three by senior Julie Erhman, one of two from the line by Kern, and another hoop by Day gave Butler a 25-18 lead at the intermission.

Junior guard Rachel Barry got Butler off and running in the third quarter with a jumper from the right side as the lead went to 27-18 just 51 seconds into the second half.  Once again, the Lady Tigers responded as Lang and Divosevic scored to cut the margin to 27-22 with 6:09 left.   Another trey by Ehrman pushed it to 30-22 before junior Sarah Haas answered with a deuce.  Butler continued to be patient, however, and Nocera knocked down a trey at the 5:03 mark to give the Tornado a nine-point lead at 33-24.  NA continued to play hard as Lang scored from under the hoop, but Achesinski came back at the other end as the score went to 35-26.  Sophomore Kate Clancy came off the Tiger bench to drain a trey at the 1:58 mark to cut the lead to 35-29.  The Tornado again held the ball at the end of the quarter with Day hitting a jumper and Achesinski making a pair of free throws as Butler took a 39-29 lead after three quarters.

With the ten-point lead, Butler was content to play a slow paced game in the final period.  After Achesinski hit one of two from the line to give the Tornado their biggest lead at 40-29. the Lady Tigers rallied. Divosevic hit a jump shot and Nolan converted on two free throws to cut the lead to 40-33 just a minute into the final period.  Butler took almost two and half minutes off the clock before Ehrman got loose for a layup to push the lead to 42-33 at the 4:21 mark.  Three foul shots extended the lead to 12 before junior Kristen Beatty and scored with 1:06 left to cut the lead to 45-35.  Nolan scored twice in the final minute but it was not enough as the Tornado went home with a 46-39 win.

The Lady Tigers played hard but it was an uphill struggle against a tall and experienced Butler squad.  For her efforts at both ends of the floor, the North Allegheny Sports Network selected Jackie Lang as the Player of the Game.

The loss gave NA a section mark of 0-1 with their overall record falling to 3-3.  The Lady Tigers will travel to New Castle tomorrow night to face the Lady 'Canes in a Section 3 contest with game time scheduled for 7:30 pm.

Box Score

GAME SUMMARY
BUTLER - 46  NORTH ALLEGHENY - 39

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Butler 13 12 14 7 46
NORTH ALLEGHENY 10 8 11 10 39

 

PENN HILLS RALLY SINKS LADY TIGERS, 52-41

Host Penn Hills outscored the Lady Tigers, 23-7, in the fourth quarter to win the Penn Hills Rotary Classic on Saturday night.  Freshman Jackie Lang led NA with 11 points and helped give the Lady Tigers a lead going into the final period.  Tournament MVP Taja Wilson had 18 points to pass the Indians.

After taking a 9-7 lead after one quarter, the Lady Tigers extended the margin to 25-14 at halftime.  In the third stanza, the Indians came back to cut the lead to 34-29 entering the final period.  The fourth quarter rally gave Penn Hills the 11-point victory and the tournament championship.

With the loss, the NA non-section record dropped to 3-2 as they got ready for section play this week. The Lady Tigers return home on Tuesday afternoon when they will host Butler in the section opener.  The North Allegheny Sports Network will be there to broadcast the game LIVE on the internet beginning with the pre-game show at 3:45 pm.  Game time is scheduled for 4:00 pm.

GAME SUMMARY
PENN HILLS - 52  NORTH ALLEGHENY - 41

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL
NORTH ALLEGHENY 9 16 9 7 41
Penn Hills 7 7 15 23 52

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LADY TIGERS PULL AWAY IN 4TH QUARTER TO DEFEAT MONESSEN, 54-42

Freshman Jackie Lang had 12 points and sophomore Kate Clancy added 11, including three triples,  as the Lady Tigers downed Monessen, 54-42, in the first round of the Penn Hills Rotary Classic on Thursday night.  Lang also recorded six rebounds, three steals and two assists.  Kelly Mornak had 17 to lead the Greyhounds with Perrial Pearson adding 16.

The Lady Tigers jumped out to a 16-8 lead after one quarter only to see the Greyhounds rally in the second period.  At halftime, NA held a slim 24-23 advantage.  After the teams each scored 10 points in the third quarter, the Lady Tigers put the game away with a big final quarter, outscoring Monessen, 20-9, to earn the victory.

With the win, the Lady Tigers improved their non-section record to 3-1.  NA will meet Penn Hills, a 63-24 winner over Vincentian, in the championship game tomorrow at 6:00 pm. 

GAME SUMMARY
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 54  MONESSEN - 42

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL
NORTH ALLEGHENY 16 8 10 20 54
Monessen 8 15 10 9 42

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BEATTY'S FREE THROWS BEAT ALTOONA, 45-44

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Junior Kristen Beatty dropped in two foul shots with 3.2 seconds remaining as the Lady Tigers edged Altoona, 45-44, in the home opener at the Senior High gym on Tuesday night.  Junior forward Sarah Haas scored 16 points, including four three pointers, to pace the NA attack with freshman forward Jackie Lang adding 10.  Senior Samantha Reimer poured in 20 points to lead Altoona.

The Lady Tigers jumped off to a 2-0 lead behind Haas' hoop at the 7:10 mark before Tara Covino scored to tie the game.  After Lang banked in a short shot from under the basket, Reimer answered with a three-point play to put Altoona ahead, 5-4.  Senior guard Amanda Dice hit a long trey to push NA back on top, 7-5, with 5:20 remaining in the quarter.  Altoona then went on a 7-0 run behind a hoop and another three-point play by Reimer along with a basket by Rachel Gehret.  With the Lady Lions leading 12-7, senior Lisa Gleason hit a jumper at the buzzer to cut the margin to 12-9 after one quarter of play. 

In the second quarter, NA came out strong.  Haas tied the game with a long three just five seconds into the period.  Baskets by sophomore Kate Clancy and Lang put the Lady Tigers ahead, 16-12, with 4:50 left in the half.  After Reimer scored to cut the lead to two, sophomore forward Maria Nolan dropped in a jump shot to push the margin to 18-14.  Ashley Stevens got loose under the basket to cut the lead to two again, but NA answered with hoops by Lang and Haas to take a 22-16 lead with 2:12 on the first half clock.  After guard Katy Oblinger scored for the Lions, Lang hit a pair of free throws to push the lead back to six at 24-18.  Stevens made one of two from the line with 20.4 left, but the Lady Tigers took a 24-19 lead to the intermission.

In the third quarter, the Lady Tigers extended the lead to nine points as Lang hit a short jumper and Haas drained a trey to push the NA lead to 29-20.  Altoona rallied, however, as they began to push the ball inside.  The Lady Lions went on a 12-0 run with Gehret picking up five points, Reimer five and Covina a basket as Altoona took a 32-29 lead with 1:25 left in the quarter.  NA came back to tie the game behind another Haas three-pointer with 58 seconds remaining.  Stevens' hoop with 38.8 on the clock gave Altoona a two-point lead, 34-32, as the third quarter ended.

In the final period, the Lady Tigers took a lead only to see Altoona came back in the last minute to go ahead.  After Beatty scored from in front of the basket to tie the game, Nolan gave NA a 36-34 lead on a baseline jumper with 6:08 left.  Beatty's second hoop of the quarter pushed the lead to 38-34.  After Oblinger made one of two from the line, Nolan scored again to push the margin to 40-35 with 3:54 remaining in the game.  After Reimer scored, Haas hit her fourth trey of the game to extend the margin to 43-37.  After an Altoona time out, the Lady Lions turned up the defensive pressure, forcing several NA turnovers.  Reimer was able to score a pair of baskets to cut the lead to 43-41 with 48.3 left in the game.  After Oblinger made one of two, the Lady Tigers turned the ball over again.  Gehret was able to put back a rebound on her missed shot to put Altoona on top, 44-43, with just 30.7 remaining in the contest.  After an NA timeout with 20 seconds on the clock, the Lady Tigers worked the ball and got Beatty open in the paint.  Her shot missed but she was fouled.  The NA junior calmly dropped in the first shot to tie the game.  After a time out, Beatty hit the second free throw.  Reimer fired a desperation shot from mid-court that missed, and the Lady Tigers had an impressive 45-44 victory.

It was a big win for the Lady Tigers over the #6 ranked team in the PIAA.  In addition, NA won without the help of last year's leading scorer, senior Rachel Divosevic who was out with an injury.  For her efforts in the game, the North Allegheny Sports Network selected Sarah Haas as the Player of the Game.

With the win, the Lady Tigers improved their non-section record to 2-1 in the early season.  NA will be back in action again on Thursday when they play Monessen in the Penn Hills Rotary Tournament.  Game time is scheduled for 6:00 pm.

Box Score

GAME SUMMARY
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 45  ALTOONA - 44

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Altoona 12 7 15 10 44
NORTH ALLEGHENY 9 15 8 13 45

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LADY TIGERS REBOUND TO DEFEAT WOODLAND HILLS, 51-33

The Lady Tigers won their first game of the season on Saturday night at the Nothing but the Best Tournament at Sacred Heart with a 51-33 victory over Woodland Hills.  Freshman Jackie Lang led the way with 16 points while junior forward Sarah Haas netted 12.

After falling behind, 10-6, after one quarter, the Lady Tigers rallied to take a 28-19 lead at halftime.  NA continued to extend the margin in the second half and won going away by eighteen points.  The win gave them a 1-1 record in the tip-off tournament.

 NA will be home on Tuesday to face Altoona in the home opener.  The North Allegheny Sports Network will be there to broadcast the game LIVE on the internet beginning with the pre-game show at 4:45 pm.  Game time is set for 5:00 pm.

GAME SUMMARY
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 51  WOODLAND HILLS - 33

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Woodland Hills 10 9 7 7 33
NORTH ALLEGHENY 6 22 11 12 51

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LADY TIGERS DROP OPENER TO
MASSACHUSETTS TEAM, 66-56

The Lady Tigers were defeated by Notre Dame Academy from Worcester, Massachusetts, 66-56, in the first round of the Nothing but the Best Tournament at Our Lady of Sacred Heart on Friday night.  Sophomore forward Maria Nolan led NA with 14 points while junior forward Sarah Haas added 13.  Donette McNair had 13 to pace the Rebels while Christine Lesane had 11 and Nakejia Kelly 10 points.

Notre Dame took the lead early as they topped the Lady Tigers, 13-10, after one quarter of play.  In the second quarter, the Rebels extended the margin as they took a 31-20 advantage at halftime.  NA outscored the Massachusetts team, 36-35, but could never get close enough to threaten.

This afternoon, the Lady Tigers will meet Woodland Hills at 5:00 pm as part of the tournament. 

GAME SUMMARY
NOTRE DAME ACADEMY - 66  NORTH ALLEGHENY - 56

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Notre Dame Academy 13 18 14 21 66
NORTH ALLEGHENY 10 10 16 20 56

NOTHING BUT THE BEST TOURNAMENT
Our Lady of Sacred Heart High School
December 2-3-4, 2005

FRIDAY
Sto-Rox - 56  Rochester - 51
Mt. DeChantal - 56  Woodland Hills - 36
Notre Dame Academy - 66  NORTH ALLEGHENY - 56
West Mifflin - 75  Hempfield - 63
SATURDAY
Kiski Area - 66  Peabody - 24
Mt. DeChantal - 67  Hempfield - 37
OLSH - 70  Clairton - 26
Westmont Hilltop - 71  West Mifflin - 66
NORTH ALLEGHENY - 51  Woodland Hills - 33
Notre Dame Academy - 78  Pine-Richland - 31
Sto-Rox - 45  Steel Valley - 29
SUNDAY
Steel Valley - 53  Peabody - 34
Rochester - 41  Clairton - 38
Mt. De Chantal - 65  Kiski Area - 34
Notre Dame Academy - 73  Westmont Hilltop - 69
Woodland Hills - 64  Pine-Richland - 52
Serra - 52  OLSH - 43

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DIVOSEVIC DECIDES ON MERCYHURST

Senior forward Rachel Divosevic has decided to attend Mercyhurst College on a full scholarship for basketball beginning next fall.  The NA senior signed her National Letter of Intent on November 11 as part of the early signing period.  Divosevic was the leading scorer for the Lady Tigers last season averaging 16.4 points per game.

In Quad A, six teams will qualify for the PIAA tournament.  The PIAA bracket will be determined on a "Follow the winner" basis.

 

Any questions or comments should be directed to Athletic Director Bob Bozzuto at:    bbozzuto@northallegheny.org

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