High school roundup: No. 2 Rochester knocks off Western Beaver
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Dante Marsick ran 13 times for 154 yards and three touchdowns and he caught a 74-yard touchdown from Ben Richko, as No. 2 Rochester (5-0, 4-0) earned a 41-6 decision over Western Beaver (1-4, 0-4) in the Class A Big Seven Conference on Saturday.
Richko completed 5 of 6 passes for 167 yards and three touchdowns.
Rochester scored all of its points in the first half.
Riverview 15, Wilkinsburg 12 — Riverview's Tim Wagner scored touchdowns on a 33-yard run and on a 25-yard pass play as the Raiders (1-4, 1-4) defeated Wilkinsburg (0-5, 0-5) in the Class A Eastern Conference.
Ryan Cox had 105 passing yards for Wilkinsburg.
Mt. Lebanon 1, Baldwin 0 — John Wieczorek's goal at the 38-minute mark was enough in Mt. Lebanon's (8-4-1, 6-2) Section 4-AAA shutout.
Valley 1, Mt. Pleasant 0 — Dominic Guzzi scored on an assist from Tanner Walker to lead Valley (8-1-2, 7-0-2) to a Section 1-AA win. Josh Noel made five saves for Valley.
Deer Lakes 5, Freeport 0 — Shane Mullen had a hat trick, and Zach Urbanek and Eric Lees added scores to lead Deer Lakes (8-4, 5-4) to a Section 2-AA win. Dan Gruber made five saves to earn the shutout.
Baldwin 14, Albert Gallatin 0 — Lydia Fennell scored four goals and Alexa Stahl added three, as Baldwin (9-2, 7-1) cruised in Section 4-AAA.
Mt. Pleasant 1, Southmoreland 0 — Jordan Toohey broke Mt. Pleasant's all-time scoring record in the first half in a Section 1-AA shutout over Southmoreland (6-5, 5-3). Toohey now has 80 career goals for the Vikings (5-6, 5-3).
Knoch 4, Deer Lakes 1 — Olivia Sharbaugh, Gabi Lassinger, Audra Hunter and Katie Czekalski all scored to give Knoch (8-4, 6-3) a Section 2-AA victory. Lexie Galbreath made six saves to pick up the win. Danielle Kearns scored for Deer Lakes (6-4-2, 3-4-2).
Quaker Valley 9, Carrick 1 — Greer Monahan scored three goals to lead Quaker Valley (10-1-1, 8-1) to a Section 5-AA win.
Quigley 5, Freedom 3 — Jackie Miller scored two goals and had two assists to lead Quigley Catholic (5-6-1, 4-4-1) to a come-from-behind victory in Section 1-A. Miller scored a goal and had both assists in the final 15 minutes, when Quigley overcame a 3-2 deficit.
Springdale 2, Oakland Catholic 0 — Brittany Smajda and Casey Hughes each scored, and goalie Allison Seiler made eight saves to give Springdale (6-6) a nonsection win over Oakland Catholic (5-6-1).
Cumberland Valley 3, Peters Township 2 — Class AAA No. 1 Peters Township (9-1) suffered its first loss of the season, falling to the defending Class AAA spring season state champion Cumberland Valley. Peters Township has won the past two PIAA titles in the fall season, but both teams are competing in the fall this year.
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