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Valley News Dispatch youth roundup

| Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, 6:08 p.m.

Youth soccer

Tri-City SoccerWeek 3 resultsUnder-8 division

Highland Tire vs. Dr. R.G. Witchey — For Highland Tire, Payton O'Toole scored, Ashton Quigley and Maranda Fitzgerald played well in goal, and Camden Seidel played well on defense. For Dr. Witchey, Brayden Stone and Ethan Stone scored, Ryan Smith and Peyton Swan played well on offense, and Alayna Carlisle played well in goal.

Salem's Auto Body vs. Jim Kuhn Photography — For Salem's Auto Body, Jaden Davis and Cameron Wagner scored, Michael Ceraso and Chris Paluselli played well all around. For Jim Kuhn Photography, Nico Zanella scored, Dominic Negley played well in goal, and Madelynn Torrell played well all around.

Under-10 girls

Tri-City Zampogna Industries vs. Freeport — For Zampogna Industries, Mackenzie Lippert and Emma Ruby Ward played well in goal, Mara Stevenson, Ashleigh Swetof and Madison Naylor scored, and Elizabeth Balich and Emma Kobelenske played well on defense.

Under-10 boys

Tri-City Attorney Gino F. Peluso vs. Indiana — For Gino F. Peluso, Kody Kirkwood and Nicholas Kariotis scored and Carson Ley played well in goal.

Tri-City WESTARM Therapy vs. Kiski — For WESTARM Therapy, Tristan Kenzevich played well all around, Ranger Finley played well on offense and Joclyn Baker played well in goal.

Tri-City P&M Pizza vs. Freeport — For P&M Pizza, Noah Kleckner scored, Luke Caprino played well on offense and Justin Potts played well in goal.

Under-12 girls

Tri-City Festa Chiropractic 2, Scottdale 2 —For Festa Chiropractic, Autumn Doran scored, Geneva Bowman played well on defense and Dominica Wolfe played well in goal.

Monroeville 6, Tri-City Century 21 Lower Burrell 2 — For Century 21, Kaylee Pagane scored and Danika Stone and Kate Ryan played well all around.

Tri-City Best Buy Pittsburgh Mills 2, Kiski 2 — For Best Buy, Mara Stevenson and Bethany Kosor scored, Rilee Roach and Isabella Lane played well on defense and Kylie Kasavage played well in goal.

Under-14 girls

Tri-City O'Neill Insurance 9, Tri-City Myrna's Brew'ry Outlet 0 — For O'Neill Insurance, Rebekah Carlisle, Michela Beattie, Samantha Chambers and Lisa Palko scored and Katie McGinnis played well on defense. For Myrna's, Janaya Carlisle and Kaylin Troiano played well on defense, and Bridget Babinsack, Morgan Weeter and Kaylee Hazlett played well on offense.

Youth hockey

Pittsburgh Amateur Hockey League

U-16AA

Pittsburgh Huskies 5, Armstrong Arrows 1 — Christian Miller had three goals and two assists, Nick Makozy and Perry Shiring had one each, and Cley Pujol had 14 saves in goal for the Huskies.

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