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Valley News Dispatch youth soccer roundup

| Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, 11:24 p.m.

Tri-City Soccer

Week 4 results

Under-8 division

Highland Tire vs. Salem's Auto Body — For Highland Tire, Ashton Quigley scored, Aiden Ziccarelli and Jayden Smalling played well in goal and Kierra Smalling played well on defense. For Salem's Auto Body, Cooper Hornack scored, and Ian Quinn and Kenzie Girard played well on offense.

Jim Kuhn Photography vs. Dr. R.G. Witchey — For Jim Kuhn Photography, Lainey Cowling and Nico Zanella scored, and Luke Guerrini played well in goal.

For Dr. R.G. Witchey, Hadyn Herbulock scored, Natalie Beckes played well on offense, Peyton Swan played well on defense and Brayden Stone played well in goal.

Under-10 girls

Tri-City Zampogna Industries vs. Freeport — For Zampogna Industries, Mara Stevenson and Emma Ruby Ward played well in goal, Emily Deringer, Miranda Naylor and Anna Novak scored, and Mackenzie Lippert and Georgia Smith played well on defense.

Under-10 boys

Tri-City Attorney Gino F. Peluso vs. East Allegheny — For Attorney Peluso, Evan Girard and Brendan Anderson scored, and Isabella Glaister played well on defense.

Tri-City WESTARM Therapy vs. Freeport — For WESTARM, Ashton Montgomery scored, Nick Kariotis played well in goal, Ethan Haas played well on defense and Ian Campbell played well on offense.

Tri-City P&M Pizza vs. Kiski — For P&M, Zachary Kosor scored, Shawn Franklin and Dylan Gentile played well all-around.

Under-12 girls

Tri-City Festa Chiropractic vs. Tri-City Best Buy Pittsburgh Mills — For Festa, Savannah Houck and Nya Johnson scored, and Hailey Albright and Emily Sorch played well on defense.

Tri-City Century 21 Lower Burrell 2, Kiski 0 — For Century 21, Allie Vescio and Jordan Petrishen scored, Cara Fiore played well all-around and Delaney O'Brien played well in goal.

Under-12 boys

Tri-City Fazio Foods 1, Somerset 0 — For Tri City Fazio Foods, Matthew Dambrosia scored, Dominic Greco and DJ Smalling played well on offense, and Andrew Russell played well on defense.

Under-14 girls

Norwin 1, Tri-City Myrna's Brew'ry Outlet 0 — For Myrna's, Anna Walkowiak and Ally Klems played well in goal, and Caitlin Lender and Steffi Koehler played well on offense.

Tri-City O'Neill Insurance 3, Penn-Trafford 0 — For O'Neill Insurance, Lisa Palko, Eliza Ozwalt and Samantha Chambers scored, and Kelly Gay and Kendra Potts played well on defense.

— Valley News Dispatch

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