High school roundup: Summit Academy takes 3rd in Allegheny with victory
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Summit Academy (5-4, 4-3), a first-time WPIAL playoff participant, secured third place in the Allegheny Conference with a 38-20 victory over Freeport on Saturday. Elijah Hardy and Nate Cofer scored two touchdowns apiece for the Knights.
Andrew Romanchak completed 23 passes for the Yellowjackets, who finished at 2-7, 2-6.
Springdale 28, Riverview 0 — At Riverside Park in Oakmont, Springdale (3-6, 3-5) broke a three-game losing streak with its most complete performance of the year in the regular-season finale against cross-river rival Riverview (1-8, 1-7).
Freshman quarterback Sammy Carey ran for two touchdowns, junior tight end Adam Lock caught a 32-yard touchdown pass from junior receiver Mike Banachoski and sophomore running back Joel Wunnenberg also scored for the Dynamos.
Springdale used 10 ball carriers, led by junior Austin Kline, who ran for 88 yards on 23 carries. The Dynamos outgained Riverview, 320-101.
OLSH 28, Wilkinsburg 12 — Ryan Theobald returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown as OLSH (5-4, 4-4) forced four turnovers in its nonconference win over Wilkinsburg (2-7, 2-6). Tom Marra paced OLSH's offense with 11 rushing attempts for 74 yards and two touchdowns. Marcus Williams ran 19 times for 110 yards and a touchdown for Wilkinsburg.
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