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High school roundup: Peters Township girls advance to PIAA semifinals

| Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, 8:38 p.m.
Christopher Horner
Peters Twp.'s Veronica Latsko controls the ball in front of Seneca Valley's Misha Demchuk during their PIAA Class AAA quarterfinal Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012 at Chartiers Valley. Latsko scored the lone goal, as Peters won, 1-0. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review

In a rematch of the WPIAL Class AAA championship game, Peters Township junior striker Veronica Latsko, a Virginia recruit, scored the only goal of the game off an indirect free kick in the 15th minute to lead the two-time defending state champion Indians (22-1) to a 1-0 victory over Seneca Valley (20-3-0) in the PIAA quarterfinals Saturday at Chartiers Valley.

The Indians will play Wilson in the semifinals Tuesday at a site and time to be determined.

Moon 2, Trinity 0 — Antonia Grese and Kallie Conte scored to lead Moon (22-2) to a PIAA Class AA quarterfinal shutout over Trinity (22-4) at Hollidaysburg.

Mercyhurst 1 Prep, Mars 0 — At Franklin, Sarah Kaiser scored to give Mercyhurst Prep (18-4) a PIAA Class AA quarterfinal shutout against Mars (20-2-1).

Greensburg Central Catholic 6, York Catholic 0 — Frannie Crouse scored four goals and had an assist to lead Greensburg Central Catholic (21-1) to a PIAA Class A quarterfinal win over York Catholic (15-8) at Mansion Park Stadium in Altoona. Olivia Binza recorded the shutout.

Shady Side Academy 3, Sewickley Academy 1 — At North Allegheny, the Indians (17-5-1) advanced to the PIAA Class A semifinals with a victory over Sewickley Academy (21-2-1).

Boys soccer

Lancaster Mennonite 1, Quaker Valley 0 (SO) – A 3-2 decision in a penalty-kick shootout ended the season for the Quakers (19-4-1), who fell to Lancaster Mennonite in the PIAA Class AA quarterfinals at Hollidaysburg.

Biglerville 4, Greensburg Central Catholic 1 -- Frank Fratto scored the lone goal for Greensburg Central Catholic (16-6-1) in a PIAA Class A quarterfinal loss to Biglerville (16-7-1) at Mansion Park Stadium in Altoona.

Sewickley Academy 2, Riverside 0 — Jake Mulholland and J.P. Bowell scored, Hayden Moyer made nine saves, and Sewickley Academy (20-1-1) shut out Riverside (17-5-1) in the PIAA Class A quarterfinals at North Allegheny.

Volleyball

North Allegheny 3, State College 0 — Ava Mosbacher recorded 13 kills and Maura Nolan had 20 assists, as North Allegheny defeated State College in the PIAA Class AAA quarterfinals at Indiana, 25-17, 25-22, 25-15.

Hempfield (Dist. 3) 3, Mt. Lebanon 0 — The WPIAL champion Blue Devils lost to District 3's Hempfield in the WPIAL Class AAA quarterfinals at State College, 25-21, 25-23, 25-14.

Mars 3, Meadville 1 — At Sharpsville, WPIAL champion Mars advanced to the PIAA Class AA semifinals with a 25-18, 27-25, 20-25, 25-16 quarterfinal win over Meadville.

Fort LeBoeuf 3, Hopewell 0 — WPIAL runner-up Hopewell dropped a PIAA quarterfinal decision at Sharpsville, 28-26, 25-23, 25-22.

Greensburg Central Catholic 3, OLSH 1 — Greensburg Central Catholic defeated OLSH in a PIAA Class A quarterfinal match at Gateway, 25-23, 21-25, 25-20, 25-22.

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