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Cable’s defense helps Mt. Lebo take halftime lead


The Palumbo Center crowd had already seen Lincoln Park’s Devontae Watson, a 6-foot-9 sophomore, block 13 shots during Friday night’s WPIAL Class A boys championship game. And 6-foot-6 junior Devon Cottrell, who will play for Gateway in its game at 9 p.m. tonight, blocked 16 shots during the Gators’ semifinal win.

But we learned Saturday that one of the WPIAL’s best shot blockers stands just 5-foot-11.

Mt. Lebanon junior Madison Cable has blocked three shots during the first half of Saturday night’s WPIAL Class AAAA girls basketball championship, helping the top-ranked Blue Devils take a 32-20 lead over Baldwin. Cable also had nine points. Teammates Lauren Arbogast and Jess Babe, both seniors, have already accepted Division I scholarships (Central Connecticut State).

Cable should be the next Blue Devil going Division I.

— Chris Harlan (

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