Sports Town North Week in Review (Feb. 16-22)

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Below is a review of the North posts that appeared Sunday, Feb. 16 through Saturday, Feb. 22.

*Sports Town North Week in Review (Feb. 9-15)

*Girls Basketball: North Feature Athlete - Avonworth's Mackenzie Mayernik
*Girls Basketball: Avonworth, Shady Side both ousted in preliminary round
*Girls Basketball: North Catholic to meet California in quarterfinals
*Girls Basketball: North Allegheny rolls into quarterfinals
*Photo Journal: Boys Basketball - Fox Chapel vs. Bethel Park (Feb. 15)
*Photo Journal: Girls Basketball - North Catholic vs. Winchester Thurston (Feb. 15)

*Boys Basketball: North Feature Athlete - North Catholic's Timon Gribbin
*Boys Basketball: North Scoring Leaders (Feb. 18)
*Boys Basketball: Vincentian's Wolf claims North scoring crown
*Boys Basketball: Hampton posts outstanding defensive performance

*Brad Everett's North High School Basketball Notebook (Feb. 20)
*Boys Basketball: Vincentian wary of athletic Clairton team
*Boys Basketball: Senior leads North Catholic to quarterfinals
*Girls Basketball: Shaler will try again against nemesis North Allegheny
*Hockey: Sophomore grows quickly for North Allegheny
*Hockey: North Feature Athlete - Fox Chapel's Chad Veltri
*Hockey: North Hills inches closer to playoffs
*Hockey: Suspensions hurt Seneca Valley
*Swimming: North Allegheny diver seeking WPIAL honors
*Wrestling: An interesting matchup in Section 3-AAA
*Alumni Update: Seneca Valley's Jennifer Suder (Washington & Jefferson)
*Alumni Update: Mars' Elaine Hasek (Waynesburg)
*Alumni Update: Fox Chapel's Jen Papich (Gannon)
*Alumni Update: Butler's Casie Cygan (La Roche)
*Alumni Update: Pine-Richland's Emily Reinhart (Gannon)
*Alumni Update: Butler's Katresa Savisky (Point Park)

*Boys Basketball: 2014 North WPIAL Quarterfinal Preview
*Girls Basketball: 2014 North WPIAL Quarterfinal Preview
*Swimming: Quaker Valley freshmen trio scores points for Quakers at MACs
*Swimming: Shaler duo pushes North Allegheny in dual meet
*Swimming: Mars freshman diver surprises with second-place finish