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Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, 1:06 a.m.

Highlands AreaSoccer Club

Under-12 girls

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.

Under-10 girls

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.

Under-10 boys

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.

Under-8 boys

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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