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Carl Garrett 3, NASC 2 — For Garrett, Sam Gildner scored two goals, Mckenzie Remper had one goal, Marissa Callender, Shaeleigh Welker played well, and Sam Gildner and Courtney Kline played well in goal.
Highland Tire 7, Freeport (No. 2) 4 — For Highland Tire, Mackenzie Remper scored three goals, Madison Bernat scored two goals, and Jessica Cekada and Adrianna Vergerio each scored once.
North Hills 9, Nick Chevrolet 0 — For Nick, Jacob Kristine, Kalab Price and Austin Allen played well, and Nathaniel Riddell and Stephen Pitkovich played well in goal.
Fawn Developers 8, Fox Chapel 1 — For Fawn, DJ Loveland scored three goals, Callen Richie scored two goals, and Dominic Ruediger, Ethan Bernat and Nathaneil Johnson scored.
Greco Gas 2, Northwood Reality 0 — For Greco, Jimmy Kunst and Ethan Zale scored, Noelle Bigenhoe played well in goal and Ian Love played well on defense.
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