Valley News Dispatch youth soccer roundup
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012, 7:24 p.m.
Week 7 results
Under-10 girls division
Tri-City Zampogna Industries vs. Freeport — For Zampogna Industries, Mara Stevenson and Emma Ruby Ward played well in goal, Anna Novak, Madison Naylor and Mara Stevenson scored, and Emily Deringer and Emma Kobelenske played well on defense.
Tri-City Attorney Gino F. Peluso 6, Somerset 2 — For Attorney Peluso, Kody Kirkwood scored and Carson Ley played well in goal.
Tri-City WESTARM Therapy vs. Freeport — For WESTARM Therapy, Joclyn Baker and Alaynna Torrell played well in goal, Ethan Croushore scored and Ranger Finley played well.
Tri-City P&M Pizza vs. Kiski — For P&M Pizza, Noah Kleckner scored, and Luke Caprino and Matthew Wass played well.
Tri-City Century 21 Lower Burrell vs Kiski — For Century 21, Kaylee Pagane, Cara Fiore, Danika Stone and Allie Vescio scored.
Scottdale 3, Tri-City Best Buy Pittsburgh Mills 0 — For Best Buy, Cara Lagatutta and Autumn Dorn played well on offense, and Eva Divittorio played well in goal.
Plum 3 vs. Tri-City Myrna's Brew'ry Outlet 2 — For Myrna's, Leesha Wagner and Maggie Schwartz scored and Steffi Koehler and Caitlin Lender played well.
Tri-City O'Neil Insurance 2, Norwin 0 — For O'Neil Insurance, Eliza Ozwalt and Lisa Palko scored, and Alexa Sorch and Rebekah Carlisle played well.
Week 8 results
Tri-City Zampogna Industries vs. Kiski — For Zampogna Industries, Emma Ruby Ward played well in goal, and Anna Novak, Madison Naylor, Miranda Naylor, Mara Stevenson and Emma Kobelenske scored.
Murrysville 4, Tri-City Century 21 Lower Burrell 2 — For Century 21, Jordan Petrishen and Cara Fiore scored, and Kate Ryan, Kayla Smith, and Sara Novak all played well.
Kiski 3, Tri-City Best Buy Pittsburgh Mills 0 — For Best Buy, Cara Lagatutta and Rilee Roach played well on offense, and Margaret Balich and Jadyn Baker played well on defense.
Tri-City O'Neil Insurance 6 vs. Tri-City Myrna's Brew'ry Outlet 0 — For Myrna's, Allyson Henry played well on defense, Hannah Crawford played well on offense, and Ally Klems and Anna Walkowiak played well in goal.
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