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Basketball: Will former Schenley standout Kane be an NBA draft pick?

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DeAndre Kane unquestionably had a sensational senior season of college basketball.

The question looming now is will Kane be taken in the NBA draft.

Kane, a Schenley graduate, was tremendous in his only season at Iowa State after transferring from Marshall. Kane averaged 17.1 points, 6.8 rebounds and 5.9 assists per game. Kane was named first-team all-Big 12 and the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, as well as an honorable mention selection on the Associated Press All-American team.

Those statistics and accolades would lead one to believe that Kane is projected to be taken highly in the NBA draft on June 26, but that's not the case. Kane has one major fact going against him -- age.

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Sports Town City League Week in Review (Apr. 6-12)

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Basketball: City standouts to play in Saturday's Roundball Classic

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D.J. Porter and Sierra Fordham spent their high school careers showcasing their basketball talents in gyms around Pittsburgh.

Saturday, the two will do the same in Beaver County.

Porter and Fordham will represent the City League when they play in the prestigious Roundball Classic at Geneva College's Metheny Fieldhouse.

The four-game event features many of the top senior boys and girls from Western Pennsylvania.

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Softball: Allderdice, Carrick still in search of first wins

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For the Allderdice and Carrick softball teams, the 2014 season has been anything but sweet thus far.

Heading into Friday, both the Dragons and Raiders were still in search of their first win. The Dragons were 0-4 overall, 0-4 in Class AAAA Section 2. The Raiders were 0-4 overall, 0-4 in Class AAA Section 2.

This is the second year these teams, along with fellow City League team Brashear, are competing in the WPIAL. A season ago, Allderdice went 3-15, Carrick 1-16 and Brashear 7-10.

Allderdice has been much more competitive than Carrick this season. The Dragons lost to Oakland Catholic, 2-1, on Thursday, and one of their other losses was to Penn Hills, 7-0. Carrick, on the other hand, has dropped all of its games by at least 16 runs.