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Week in Photos: High School Sports Moments (Apr. 6-12)

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Here are some of the top high school sports photos that appeared in the Post-Gazette the week of April 6 through April 12.

2014 0406 Fab5 BBasketball(Photo: From left to right, Malik Hooker of New Castle, Ryan Luther of Hampton, Maverick Rowan of Lincoln Park, D.J. Porter of Obama Academy and Kason Harrell of Hempfield. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

 

2014 0406 Fab5 GBasketball(Photo: From left to right, Erin Mathias of Fox Chapel, Sydney Bordonaro of Burrell, Brenna Wise of Vincentian, Yacine Diop of Seton-LaSalle and Chassidy Omogrosso of Blackhawk. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2014 0410 Gateway Track(Photo: Gateway's Montae Nicholson is an excellent hurdler as well as a dynamic long jumper for the Gators. John Heller/Post-Gazette)

2014 0411 PennTrafford Baseball(Photo: Web Gem: Penn-Trafford's Joey DiBridge makes a diving catch against Hempfield. Penn-Trafford won, 13-2. Michael Henninger/Post-Gazette)

2014 0410 Latrobe BVolleyball(Photo: Latrobe's Zane Harshell, a 5-foot-10 senior libero, serves up a shot during the Derry Area tournament. J.J. LaBella/Tri-State Sports & News Service)

2014 0410 Washington GTrack(Photo: Washington's Alyssa Wise competes in the 100 meter dash at the PIAA track and field championships at Shippensburg University last May. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2014 0410 Beaver Softball(Photo: Beaver's Ashley Kondracki connects with a pitch during a WPIAL tournament quarterfinal victory against Greensburg Central Catholic last May. Michael Henninger/Post-Gazette)

2014 0410 PennHills Baseball(Photo: Penn Hills' Zac Crosmun reaches for a ground ball hit by Shaler Wednesday afternoon. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2014 0410 DeerLakes BVolleyball(Photo: Deer Lakes' Jake Roberts, a 5-foot-11 junior outside hitter, returns a shot during action in the Derry Area tournament. J.J. LaBella/Tri-State Sports & News Service)

2014 0410 QuakerValley Baseball(Photo: Tyler Garbee returns as a mainstay on the Quaker Valley pitching staff. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)