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Alle-Kiski Valley high school roundup: Springdale boys shut out Vincentian

| Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, 11:39 p.m.

Springdale boys soccer keeps rolling in Section 3-A.

Jared DeMore scored twice, leading Springdale to a 4-0 victory over Vincentian in a Section 3-A game Thursday.

Michael Mitchell added a goal and an assist, and Justin McClafferty had a goal for the playoff-bound Dynamos (10-2-1, 9-2-1), who won their fourth consecutive section game. Mike Zolnierczyk made 13 saves.

Burrell 6, Armstrong 4 — Jake Guerrini had two goals and two assists as the Bucs beat Armstrong in nonsection play. Nick Kariotis added a goal and an assist for Burrell (4-7-1), and Josh Halkias, Zach Gimbel and Danny McCarthy scored a goal apiece. Donovan Russell and Eric Ryan combined for 16 saves in the win. Camden Buhite scored two goals for Armstrong (0-12-1).

Fox Chapel 9, Woodland Hills 0 — Eight Fox Chapel players scored in a Section 3-AAAA win at Woodland Hills (2-11, 1-9). Jacob Klein scored twice for the Foxes (8-6, 7-4), and Alex Marrote, Zane Ingram, Theo Faucher, Jordan Taxay, Tommy Tsai, Kurran Singh and Kartsten Lagerquist had one goal.

Deer Lakes 0, Shady Side Academy 0 — Jesse Greyshock made eight saves for Deer Lakes (8-2-2, 7-2-2), which tied Shady Side Academy (6-5-1, 5-5-1) in Section 2-AA.

Mars 7, Highlands 2 — Gabe Norris scored a pair of goals and Tomas White added an assist, but Highlands (6-8-1, 4-6) fell to Section 1-AAA rival Mars (8-3-2, 8-1-1).

Girls soccer

Kiski Area 5, Penn Hills 0 — Lexi Moyer scored a pair of goals and added two assists as the Cavaliers downed nonsection foe Penn Hills (3-7) to notch their third consecutive shutout. Sidney Palla and Reagan Frederick both added a goal and an assist, and Kaylee Elwood added a score for Kiski Area (8-3). Kelsey Craig tallied two saves for the Cavaliers.

Girls volleyball

Leechburg 3, Riverview 0 — Bev Stearman had six kills and four blocks to help Leechburg (8-3, 7-3) sweep Section 4-A rival Riverview. Daesha Knight contributed five kills and three aces. Gracie Reinke and Mikayla Lovelace had four kills apiece.

Deer Lakes 3, Burrell 0 — Lydia Fink had seven kills and 20 digs to lead Deer Lakes (8-2, 7-1) to a Section 5-2A victory over Burrell. Casey Buechel added five kills and 16 digs and Kaylee Sciubba made seven kills and four aces.

Plum 3, Kiski Area 2 — Brianna Bialota recorded a team-high 12 kills as Plum outlasted Kiski Area in Section 4-AAAA. Sofia Chapkis had 10 kills, and Miranda Depkon added 9 for the Mustangs (6-5, 5-4), who withstood a Kiski Area rally from two games down and won the final game, 18-16. Neither Chapkis nor Depkon had a hitting error.


West Allegheny 3, Freeport 2 — Morgan Penn made 44 saves, but the Yellowjackets (0-1) dropped their season opener to West Allegheny in Class A play. Connor Hoffman and Kyle Hazelett scored for Freeport. Kellen Almady tallied two goals for West Allegheny (1-0), and Josh Ferry made 29 saves.

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