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Girls Basketball: 2017 East Photo Recap

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The following photos feature girls basketball teams from the area's East zone. These ran in the Post-Gazette during the 2016-17 season.

2017 0215 EastAllegheny GBasketball(Photo: East Allegheny has a good shot at winning the WPIAL in Class 3A with Amani Johnson leading the way. Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)

2017 0113 Gateway GBasketball(Photo: Gateway's Loren Minor drives past Oakland Catholic Alexis Sestric for loose ball in the first half at Gateway High School. Gateway won by a point in overtime. Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)

2017 0304 Winchester GBasketball(Photo: Winchester Thurston's Ayanna Townsend elevates to shoot over Cornell's Jaelah Smith in the WPIAL Class 1A championship Friday. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2017 0220 Obama GBasketball(Photo: Obama Academy's Michaela Porter gets pressured by Allderdice's Maylasia Brooks Saturday in the City League Championships at the Petersen Events Center. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2017 0225 MtLebanon GBasketball(Photo: Mt. Lebanon's Kate Sramac, drives past Norwin's Magen Polczynski in the WPIAL quarterfinal Friday night. Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette)

2017 0219 Burrell GBasketball(Photo: Burrell's Brooke Smith gets around South Park's Jessica Pfaff in a WPIAL first-round girls basketball playoff game at North Hills. Pam Panchak/Post-Gazette)

2017 0222 PennTrafford GBasketball(Photo: Mackenzie Aunkst from Penn-Trafford, leaps between two defensive players for a shot at Baldwin High School as Bethel Park defeated Penn-Trafford, 38-36. Haley Nelson/Post-Gazette)

2016 1216 PineRichland GBasketball(Photo: Pine-Richland's Amanda Kalin (35) dribbles around Greensburg Central Catholic's Brittany Stawovy (11) Thursday night in a non-section girls basketball game at Pine-Richland High School. Pine-Richland won, 64-33. Haley Nelson/Post-Gazette)

2016 1223 Norwin GBasketball(Photo: Norwin coach Brian Brozeski is breaking in a new group of Knights after winning two consecutive WPIAL championships. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2016 1230 PennHills GBasketball(Photo: Desiree Oliver, a Temple recruit, leads Penn Hills in scoring with 17 points per game. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2017 0110 EastAllegheny GBasketball(Photo: East Allegheny's Amani Johnson, left, shooting continued her roll of 30 plus points per game against Charleroi. John Heller/Post-Gazette)

2017 0120 OaklandCatholic GBasketball(Photo: Sierra DeAngelo is averaging a double-double for Oakland Catholic this season with averages of 13 points and 10 rebounds per game. Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)

2017 0127 Obama GBasketball(Photo: Obama Academy's Michaela Porter is the third member of her family to reach 1,000 career points, joining father Darelle and brother D.J. Lake Fong/Post-Gazette)

2017 0131 SouthPark GBasketball(Photo: South Park's Maura Huwalt, right, is fouled by Mount Pleasant's Addy Kubasky in the first half Monday at South Park High School. South Park won, 43-22. Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)

2017 0218 Leechburg GBasketball(Photo: Leechburg's Mikayla Lovelace reaches to block a pass by Burgettstown's Emily Prasko Friday in a WPIAL playoff game at Northgate High School. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2017 0224 Norwin GBasketball(Photo: Danielle McMaster, left, is leading an inexperienced Norwin team into the postseason. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2017 0302 OaklandCatholic GBasketball(Photo: Girls from Oakland Catholic and Hampton fight for control of the ball at North Allegheny on Wednesday. Oakland Catholic High School girls basketball defeated Hampton High School 44-37, sending Oakland Catholic to the WPIAL 5A title game. Haley Nelson/Post-Gazette)

2017 0305 ChartiersValley GBasketball(Photo: Chartiers Valley's Megan McConnell pulls down a rebound against Oakland Catholic's Mia Cuccaro in the WPIAL Class 5A championship Saturday at Petersen Events Center. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

2017 0402 FabFive GirlsBasketball(Photo: Fab Five includes North Catholic's Sam Breen, Trinity's Sierra Kotchman, Penn Hills' Desiree Oliver, Pine-Richland's Amanda Kalin and East Allegheny's Amani Johnson. Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)