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WPIAL announces football semifinal sites

Evan R. Sanders | Daily Courier
Aliquippa's Malik Shegog (10) stiff-arms Mt. Pleasant's Joey Paul (4) to come up with a significant gain in the first half of Aliquippa's contest against Mt. Pleasant on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012, at Peters Township High School.

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By The The Tribune-Review
Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, 9:32 a.m.

The WPIAL announced the following sites for its eight football semifinal games:

In Class AAAA, North Allegheny (11-0) will play Seneca Valley (10-1) at North Hills; and Woodland Hills (9-2) and Upper St. Clair (10-1) at Baldwin.

In Class AAA, Thomas Jefferson (11-0) will play West Allegheny (10-1) at Bethel Park; and West Mifflin (10-1) and Central Valley (9-2) at North Allegheny.

In Class AA, Aliquippa (11-0) will play Jeannette (10-1) at Peters Township; and South Fayette (11-0) and Washington (11-0) at Chartiers Valley.

In Class A, Clairton (11-0) will play Neshannock (10-1) at Chartiers-Houston; and Sto-Rox (10-1) and North Catholic (9-2) at Dormont Stadium.

All games start at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

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