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Week in Photos: High School Sports Moments (Jan. 20-Jan. 26)

Written by Cara De Carlo on .

It's only two weeks to playoffs - enjoy these Post-Gazette high school sports photos from the week of Jan. 20-26:

2013 0124 BFalls Cook
(Photo: Clairton's Jojuan Bray blocks a shot by Monessen's Nickodemes Payne during a Bears victory last Friday. Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette)

2013 0124 Hton Bukovac
(Photo: Hampton coach Mary Bukovac has her team undefeated in Section 1-AAA. Peter Diana/Post-Gazette.)

2013 0124 CC Urso
(Photo: David Urso, driving to the basket during a WPIAL title game against Gateway in March, is Central Catholic's top scorer. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette.)

2013 0124 Hwell Crivelli
(Photo: Hopewell's Filippo Crivelli wrestles South Park's Jake Wentzel during a 132-pound match at the Burgettstown Tournament. Crivelli placed second in his weight class at the tournament. Ken Wunderley/Tri-State Sports & News Service.)

2013 0124 Kit Bowser
(Photo: Kittanning's Evan Bowser is taken down and pinned by Burrell Damon Greenwald in the 126 lb class at the finals of the WPIAL Class AA Section 3 Wrestling tournament at South Allegheny High School. John Heller / Post-Gazette.)

2013 0124 Latrobe Brudnok
(Photo: Latrobe's Shane Brudnok, making a save during 2010 state title game, wants to finish his high school career on a similar stage. Peter Diana/Post-Gazette.)

2013 0124 QV Moser
(Photo: Senior Burke Moser gives Quaker Valley a veteran presence in the lineup. John Heller/Post-Gazette.)

2013 0124 Vinc Wolf
(Photo: Vincentian's Ryan Wolf is guarded by Berlin Brothersvalley's Ryan Lynch, left, and Zac Cooney during a PIAA playoff game in March. John Heller/Post-Gazette.)

2013 0125 Mars Goetz
(Photo: Mars center Josh Goetz pulls down a rebound against Connellsville at North Catholic's Don Graham Classic. Peter Diana/Post-Gazette.)

2013 0125 QV Moser
(Photo - Working Overtime: Quaker Valley's Burke Moser passes while Sto-Rox's Dana Ellman defends during a Class AA Section 6 game Tuesday. Sto-Rox (9-5, 6-1) defeated the Quakers, 78-75, in overtime and takes over first place in the section standings. The loss dropped Quaker Valley (12-4, 5-3) to third place. Moser led the Quakers in scoring with 20 points. John Heller/Post-Gazette.)