Pine-Richland's Giordano strikes gold in WPIAL diving finals
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Pine-Richland's Dominic Giordano won the WPIAL Class AAA diving championship with a score of 610.00 at North Allegheny over the weekend.
His score was 100 points better than Noah Bostick of North Hills, who took second (496.65).
Giordano's performance set a WPIAL record score.
Nathan Kern, also from Pine-Richland, placed 21st with a score of 119.30.
Other local divers placing were Thaddeus Piett of Shaler with a score of 105.33 (27th) and Ben Hawthorne of Hampton, who placed 29th with a score of 101.90.
On the girls side, Alyss Siano for Hampton placed 10th with a score 297.85. Her teammate, Lindsay McGivern took 16th with a time of 257.85.
The top six divers in each classification will advance to the PIAA championships at Bucknell University.
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