Youth soccer roundup: Tri-City Soccer results
Week 5 results
Jim Kuhn Photography vs. Highland Tire — For Jim Kuhn Photography, Nico Zanella scored, Dominic Negley played well in goal and Madelynn Torrell played well all-around. For Highland Tire, Taylor Heuser scored, and Emily Hegedus and Dylan Pesanski played well in goal.
Salem's Auto Body vs. Dr. R.G. Witchey — For Salem's Auto Body, Jordan Kirkwood and Connor Kariotis scored, and Cameron Wagner played well on defense. For Dr. R.G. Witchey, Hayden Herbulock and Luke Smith played well on offense, Maggie Omencinski and Peyton Swan played well on defense, and Ryan Smith played well in goal.
Tri-City Zampogna Industries vs. Kiski — For Zampogna Industries, Mara Stevenson and Emma Ruby Ward played well in goal, and Miranda Naylor, Emily Deringer, Madison Naylor, Ashleigh Swetof and Anna Novak scored.
Tri-City Attorney Gino F. Peluso vs. East Allegheny — For Gino F. Peluso, Evan Girard and Brendan Anderson scored, and Ian Schreckengost played well in goal.
Tri-City WESTARM Therapy vs. Kiski — For WESTARM, Ethan Haas played well in goal, Joclyn Baker played well on offense, and Alaynna Torrell played well on defense.
Tri-City P&M Pizza vs. Freeport — For P&M Pizza, Justin Potts and Matthew Wass scored, and Michael Blubaugh played well on offense.
Tri-City Festa Chiropractic 4, Kiski 0 — For Festa, Lalaa Williams and Tess Myers scored, and Hailey Albright had the shutout.
Somerset 5, Tri-City Century 21 Lower Burrell 3 — For Century 21, Kaylee Pagane scored, and Cassidy Schreckongost and Sara Novak played well.
Woodland Hills 7, Tri-City Best Buy Pittsburgh Mills 0 — For Best Buy, Jadyn Baker, Isabella Lane and Eva Divittorio played well defensively.
Tri-City Fazio Foods 0 vs Murrysville 0 — For Fazio Foods, Carter Russell played well on offense, Jake Hughes played well on defense and Hunter Ferdarko played well in goal.
Penn Trafford 4, Tri-City Myrna's Brew'ry Outlet 0 — For Myrna's, Leesha Wagner, Bridget Babinsack and Hannah Crawford played well on offense, and Allyson Henry and Myah Pitts played well on defense.
Tri-City O'Neil Insurance 2, Plum 1 — For O'Neil Insurance, Samantha Chambers scored and Kendra Potts, Brook Doran, and Jenna Palko played well.
Week 6 results
Highland Tire vs. Dr. R.G. Witchey — For Highland Tire, Taylor Heuser and Payton O'Toole scored, Maranda Fitzgerald and Camden Seidel played well in goal, and Jayden Smalling played well on defense. For Dr. R.G. Witchey, Luke Smith and Ethan Stone played well on offense, Maggie Omecinski and Ryan Smith played well on defense, and Zach Doran played well in goal.
Tri-City for Zampogna Industries vs. Kiski — For Zampogna Industries, Miranda Naylor, Emily Deringer and Ashleigh Swetof scored, and Georgia Smith and Elizabeth Balich played well on defense.
Tri-City WESTARM Therapy vs. Kiski — For WESTARM Therapy, Ashton Montgomery scored, and Tristan Kenzevich and Levi Haas played well on offense.
Tri-City P&M Pizza vs. Kiski — For P&M Pizza, Zachary Kosor scored and Luke Caprino and Michael Blubaugh played well.
Tri-City Festa Chiropractic 7, Tri-City Best Buy Pittsburgh Mills 0 — For Best Buy, Mara Stevenson scored, Bethany Kosor and Eva Divittorio played well on defense, and Kylie Kasavage played well in goal.
Tri-City Century 21 Lower Burrell 3, Norwin 3 — For Century 21, Cara Fiore and Kaylee Pagane scored, and Adilyn Gilbert played well.
Tri-City Fazio Foods 2, Woodland Hills 2 — For Fazio Foods, Matthew Dambrosio scored, Eric Ryan played well in goal and Sam Barca played well on offense.
Kiski 6, Tri-City Myrna's Brew'ry Outlet 1 — For Myrna's Maggie Schwartz scored, and Janaya Carlisle, Kaylin Troiano, Michala Kelly and Lexi Waltz played well.
Tri-City O'Neil Insurance 3, Pittsburgh Dynamo 2 — For O'Neil Insurance, Samantha Chamber, Bridget Terranova and Shannon Ryan scored and Kaitlin Capo played well in goal.
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