Colin McQuiston

Shenango's Colin McQuiston dribbles down the floor during the second half of a WPIAL first round game against Summit Academy on Saturday at Fox Chapel High School.

Colin McQuiston

Colin McQuiston

In a tough WPIAL Section 3-2A race, Shenango was able to earn a playoff berth.

Colin McQuiston was a driving force behind that. The Wildcats junior led the county in scoring at 20.4 points per game. He drained 37 3-pointers as well. He was named to the all-section first team, along with OLSH’s Daren DiMichele and Austin Wigley, Sewickley Academy’s Isiah Warfield and South Side Beaver’s Jake McDougal.

Shenango finished fourth in the section at 7-5. The ’Cats won their first WPIAL tournament game, 56-51, over Summit Academy, but fell to OLSH, 85-54, in the quarterfinals. They earned a PIAA tournament berth, but dropped a 74-47 decision to Farrell in the first round to finish 11-14 overall.

OLSH won the section title with an 11-1 mark, claimed WPIAL gold, but fell to Bishop Guilfoyle, 62-61, in a PIAA semifinal showdown.

No Laurel or Mohawk players earned all-section honors. The Spartans finished 3-9 in the section and 6-16 overall. The Warriors went 1-11 in the section and 5-17 overall.



Colin McQuiston (Shenango), Jr.; Dante Spadafora (OLSH), Soph.; Austin Wigley (OLSH), Sr.; Isiah Warfield (Sewickley Academy), Jr.; Jake McDougal (South Side Beaver), Sr.

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