Pro-Am League: Wednesday Results

Pro-Am League: Wednesday Results

Pitt's Cameron Wright was one of two players to finish with at least 40 points, and he wasn't even the highest scorer of the night.

South Hills Audi 116 PGT 104
The first of two 100-point games on both sides, saw South Hills remain unbeaten, in a 116-104 win over PGT

Four players paced South Hills Audi with 20 points or more, led by Pitt's Sheldon Jeter with 28, on 12-19 shooting. Jeter was followed by fellow Pitt teammate Cameron Johnson with 24, which included 9-16 shooting and 6-7 from three-point range. Former Pitt player John DeGroat added 22, as did Nolan Cressler.

Robert Morris' Lucky Jones led PGT with 35 points in the loss, followed by Pitt's Josh Newkirk with 28 and Duquesne's Jeremiah Jones with 19.

GNC 85 Bakery Square 79
GNC got in the win column with an 85-79 win over Bakery Square. Robert Morris' Karvel Anderson led the way with 29 points. Zeke Marshall added a double-double of 15 points and 14 rebounds. GNC finished with a 44-40 edge on the glass.

Duquesne's Tysen Powell led Bakery Square in the loss with 27 points.

CRONS 127 Shale Attorney 121
In the high-scoring affair of the night, CRONS also notched its first win of the summer, in a 127-121 win over Shale Attorney. Shale Attorney is still looking for its first win.

CRONS was led by Pitt's Cameron Wright, who led the way with 41 points. Wright was 19-30 from the field. He was only outdone by Shale Attorney's Rene Castro, who led all scorers with 42 points. Castro, of Duquesne, shot 16-33 overall, and 7-14 from three-point range.

Duquesne's Derrick Colter finished with 34 points. Incoming Pitt freshman Ryan Luther added 13. CRONS was able to make it through with just five players, no substitutions, including Zeke Marshall--playing his second game of the night.

Pitt's Aron Nwonkwo finished with 12 points in the loss.

System One 95 UPMC 90
System One joins South Hills Audi as the only other unbeaten team, thanks to a 95-90 win over UPMC. UPMC suffered its first loss of the summer.

Pitt's Mike Young had another 30-point game, this time with 33, on 12-15 shooting. Four other players from System One finished in double-figures, including Pitt's Derrick Randall with 10.

Jamel Artis led UPMC in the loss with 30 points. UPMC held the edge on the glass, 41-39, thanks to double-doubles from East Central's Henry Puono (16 points, 11 rebounds) and Duquesne's Domo McKoy (12 points, 13 rebounds).

STANDINGS
South Hills Audi 4-0, 390, 344
System One 4-0, 388, 330
UPMC 3-1, 372, 346
Bakery Square 2-2, 355, 365
PGT 1-3, 399, 414
CRONS 1-3, 375, 397
GNC 1-3, 310, 331
Shale Attorney 0-4, 384, 428

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