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Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012, 10:36 p.m.
 

Highlands Area Soccer Club

Under-10 girls

Freeport 5, Highland Tire 4 — For Highland Tire, Mackenzie Remper scored three goals, and Madison Bernat scored one.

Under-12 girls

Carl Garrett 6, Shaler 3 — For Carl Garrett, Sam Dutch scored four goals, Mykaela Palermo and Remper scored one each, and Marissa Callender played well in goal.

Under-10 boys

Nick Cheverolet 9, Shaler Michalek 2 — For Nick, Stephen Wartrop, Austin Langer, Ethen Wetmore and Nathaniel Riddell scored, Riddell and Jecob Allen played well in goal, and Zachary Sant played well on defense.

Under-12 boys

Giant Eagle 13, Fox Chapel 0 — For Giant Eagle, Layne Seskey scored four goals, Matt Cekada scored three goals, Ethan Gillette had two, and Gabe Anthony, Aidan McIntyre and Jason Vanderhoff all had one.

Under-10 boys

Fawn Developers 13, Harmar 5 — For Fawn, DJ Loveland scored six goals, Dominic Ruediger had three, Ethan Bernat two, Nathaniel Johnson and Jermey Vanderhoff one each, and Zach Rainey played well in goal.

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