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High school scores, schedules for Sept. 16, 2017

| Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017, 11:00 p.m.

High Schools

Field Hockey

Nonsection

Pine-Richland 6, Shady Side Academy 0

Football

Saturday's results

WPIAL

Class A

Big 7

Summit Academy 44, Cornell 6

Eastern A

Jeannette 43, Riverview 0

Nonconference

California 41, Imani Christian 26

District 8

Nonconference

Kiski School 33, Hill School, Pa. 26

Linsly, W.Va. 42, Carrick 18

South Park, N.Y. 42, Perry 0

Ice Hockey

Greensburg Central Catholic preseason tournament

Penn-Trafford 4, South Fayette 1

Soccer

Boys

Saturday's results

WPIAL

Class 4A

Section 1

Butler 8, North Hills 0

North Allegheny 2, Pine-Richland 1

Seneca Valley 2, Shaler 0

Section 2

Mt. Lebanon 2, Canon-McMillan 1

Peters Township 4, Bethel Park 1

Upper St. Clair 2, Baldwin 1

Section 3

Central Catholic 1, Brashear 0

Fox Chapel 8, Woodland Hills 1

Plum 9, Penn Hills 0

Section 4

Connellsville 4, Hempfield 3

Norwin at Kiski Area (n)

Penn-Trafford 2, Latrobe 1

Class 3A

Section 1

Indiana 2, Hampton 1

Knoch 5, Greensburg Salem 0

Mars 3, Highlands 0

Section 2

Blackhawk 7, Hopewell 0

Montour 2, Moon 0

West Allegheny 2, Ambridge 0

Section 3

Albert Gallatin 4, Uniontown 2

Belle Vernon 7, Trinity 0

Ringgold 2, Laurel Highlands 2

Section 4

Chartiers Valley 4, Thomas Jefferson 0

South Fayette 4, Gateway 1

West Mifflin 3, McKeesport 1

Class 2A

Section 1

Obama Academy 3, Elizabeth Forward 2

Keystone Oaks 2, South Allegheny 1

Section 2

Deer Lakes 1, Shady Side Academy 0

Mt. Pleasant 2, Freeport 0

Valley 4, Derry 2

Section 3

Charleroi 3, Yough 1

McGuffey 1, Southmoreland 0

Waynesburg 4, Washington 0

Section 4

Central Valley 7, South Side Beaver 2

Quaker Valley 14, New Brighton 0

Class A

Section 1

Mohawk 2, Beaver County Christian 0

OLSH 4, Quigley Catholic 0

Section 2

Greensburg Central Catholic 4, St. Joseph 1

Serra Catholic 4, Trinity Christian 1

Section 3

Avonworth 1, Eden Christian 0

Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic 7, Riverview 0

Carlynton 11, Aquinas Academy 0

Springdale 4, Vincentian Academy 1

Section 4

Bentworth at Bishop Canevin (n)

Chartiers-Houston 1, California 0

Monessen 3, Brentwood 2

Seton LaSalle 3, Beth-Center 2

Nonsection

Brownsville 5, Geibel 2

Neshannock at West Middlesex (n)

3 or more goals: Markello Apodiakos, Belle Vernon, 4; Joe Kearney, Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, 3; Gavin Benson, Waynesburg 3

Girls

Saturday's results

WPIAL

Altoona tournament

Baldwin 4, Hollidaysburg 3

Baldwin 4, Juniata 1

Nonsection

Ambridge 6, OLSH 0

Blackhawk 6, Mohawk 0

Canon-McMillan 4, Central Valley 0

Freeport 9, Derry 0

Freeport at Pine-Richland, ppd.

Gateway 1, Oakland Catholic 0

Hickory 2, Greensburg Central Catholic 1

Knoch 13, Armstrong 1

North Allegheny 5, Hampton 0

North Hills 4, Chartiers Valley 2

Penn Hills at Freedom, ppd.

Penn-Trafford 3, Plum 1

Peters Township 1, Fox Chapel 0

South Park 0, Bethel Park 0

South Side Beaver 4, Quigley Catholic 2

Uniontown 6, Geibel 2

Waynesburg 4, Elizabeth Forward 1

Butler at Moon (n)

3 or more goals: Sidney Shemanski, Freeport, 3; Lindsey Santon, Knoch, 3; Hanna Merschat, Uniontown, 3; Alina Stahl (2 times), Baldwin, 3

Volleyball

Saturday's results

WPIAL

Derry Invitational

Quarterfinals

Central Cambria 1, Derry 0

Latrobe 1, Greensburg Salem 0

Norwin 1, Elizabeth Forward 0

Thomas Jefferson 1, West Shamokin 0

Semifinals

Central Cambria 1, Thomas Jefferson 0

Norwin 1, Latrobe 0

Final

Central Cambria 1, Norwin 0

Nonsection

Freeport 3, Hickory 0

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