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Alle-Kiski youth sports roundup

| Sunday, May 5, 2013, 7:30 p.m.

Soccer

Tri-City Soccer

In-House

Week 3 results

Under-8

Tri-City Warriors for Golden Dawn vs. Kiski No. 3 — For the Warriors, Vinny Zottola played well in goal, Tristan Kenzevich played well on defense, Justin Potts scored three goals and David Pitts scored two goals.

Tri-City Puddle Hounds for Fox's Pizza vs. The Terrible Towels — For Fox's, Ryan Crocher and Ashton Quigley played well offensively, and Maranda Fitzgerald played well in goal.

Tri-City Terrible Towels for Jim Kuhn Photography vs. Golden Dawn — For Tri-City, Ryan Smith, Luke Smith and George Balich played well.

Tri-City Oakmont Bakery vs. Highland Tire — For Oakmont Bakery, Brayden Stone scored six goals, Landin Cable and Jada Norman scored one goal each and Tessa Mathabel played well offensively.

Under-10 boys

Kiski 4, Tri-City Reds for Wendy's 1 — For the Reds, Connor Kariotis scored, and Ethan Croushore, Francis Rowe and Spencer Pastrick played well defensively.

Tri-City Golden Dragons for P&M Pizza vs. Freeport — For Tri-City, Nick Kariotis scored and Keegan Fleischman and Shawn Franklin played well.

Travel

Under-10 boys

Tri-City Longhorns for Attorney Gino F. Peluso 5, North Allegheny 2 — For Tri-City, Jacob Guerini and Kody Kirkwood scored, and Nicholas Kariotis and Ian Smola played well at midfield.

Under-12 girls

Tri-City Blazing Turtles for Festa Chiropractic 4, Tri-City Leapin' Lizards 0 — For Tri-City, Heaven Butler and Lauren Beckes scored and Emilee Sorch and Autumn Doran played well.

Tri-City for Zampogna Industries vs. Freeport No. 2 — For Tri-City, Mara Stevenson and EmmaRuby Ward played well in goal, Ashleigh Swetof scored and Madison Naylor and Anna Novak played well on defense.

Under-12 boys

Tri-City Fazio Foods 4, Fox Chapel 3— For Fazio Foods, Matthew Dambrosia scored two goals, Michael Saliba and Dominic Greco scored a goal and Dylan Krolicki played well on defense.

Tri-City Turtles 4, Tri-City for O'Neill Insurance 0 — For Tri-City, Emily Deringer, Addy Gilbert and Bethany Kosor played well on offense, and Rilee Roach and Mya Miller played well on defense.

Freeport 4, Tri-City Century-21 1 — For Tri-City, Kaylee Pagane scored, and Allison Vesicio and Kayla Smith played well.

Under-14 girls

Tri-City Myrna's Brew'ry Outlet 3, Hampton 1 — For Myrna's, Hannah Crawford, Kaylee Hazlett and Hayley Matter played well on offense, Morgan Weeter played well on defense, and Ally Klems played well in goal.

Freeport 2, Tri-City Resistance for Arc Free Electric 1 — For Tri-City, Kendra Potts scored, and Frankie Howard, Samantha Chambers and Kelly Gay played well.

Under-15 boys

Tri City Giant Eagle 4, Fox Chapel 1 — For Tri-City, Ben Edwards, Jack Farrell, Jonah Norman and Nick Paluselli scored, and Jarred Weeter and Shannon Ryan played well on defense.

Under-16 girls

Tri-City 4, Tri-City for Best Buy 0 — For Best Buy, Nikki Swetof played well on defense, and Alex Sorch and Hannah Cambell played well offensively.

Tri-City United for Burrell Education Association 4, Tri-City Lady Vikings for Best Buy 0 — For Tri-City United, Gretchen Loeffler, Michela Beattie and Brittany Woodcock scored, and Anika Ignozzie and Jennifer Ryan played well in goal.

Under-17 boys

Tri-City Vikings for Sheetz 3, Deer Lakes 0 — For Sheetz, A.J Jadot, Rory Baker and Ethan Walkowiak each scored and Josh Noel played well in goal.

Under-19 girls

Tri- City for O'Mara Driving School 7, Fox Chapel 0 — For O'Mara, Haylee Roach scored three goals, Erin Duffey, Baylee Eaton and Taylor Kasavage each scored, and Bailey Klems and Rachel Metnick played well in goal.

Under-19 boys

Tri-City Dynasty for Westwood Interior 0, Deer Lakes 0 — For Tri-City, Glenn Spiering, Ben Wertkin and Jim Meyers played well defensively, and Justin Schwartz played well in goal.

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