Playoff field set for WPIAL football
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The following teams have qualified for the WPIAL playoffs, which begin Nov. 1. Pairings will be announced Monday night.
Quad Central: Upper St. Clair, Woodland Hills, Bethel Park, Penn Hills, Peters Township, Baldwin*
Quad East: McKeesport, Penn-Trafford, Gateway, Hempfield, Kiski Area
Quad North: Central Catholic, Seneca Valley, North Allegheny, North Hills, Pine-Richland
Big 9: Thomas Jefferson, West Mifflin, Ringgold, Elizabeth Forward, Belle Vernon
Greater Allegheny: Mars, Franklin Regional, Highlands, Indiana, Hollidaysburg, Hampton*
Parkway: West Allegheny, Central Valley, New Castle, Moon, Montour
Allegheny: Kittanning, Shady Side Academy, Valley, Summit Academy
Century: South Fayette, Quaker Valley, Seton-La Salle, South Park
Interstate: Mt. Pleasant, Washington, Yough, Greensburg C.C.
Midwestern: Aliquippa, Beaver Falls, New Brighton, Beaver
Big 7: Sto-Rox, Neshannock, Laurel, Western Beaver
Black Hills: Monessen, Clairton, Fort Cherry, Brentwood
Eastern: North Catholic, Avonworth, Apollo-Ridge, West Shamokin
Tri-County South: Beth-Center, Carmichaels, Frazier, Avella
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