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