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A-K Valley roundup: Huemme's hat trick leads Plum girls to OT win over Fox Chapel

| Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, 11:15 p.m.

Plum's first meeting against Fox Chapel ended in an overtime loss, but the Mustangs got some revenge.

Jordyn Huemme finished off a hat trick 54 seconds into overtime, giving Plum a dramatic 3-2 victory over No. 5 Fox Chapel in the teams' Section 3-AAAA finale Wednesday night.

Gina Proviano assisted on all three goals for Plum (12-3, 8-2), which denied rival Fox Chapel an undefeated season in section play.

Sarah Sinnott scored twice for Fox Chapel (11-4-1, 9-1).

Deer Lakes 5, Valley 3 — Abigail Boulos, Eva Sipko and Maura Rupprecht contributed a goal and assist each in a Section 2-AA victory over Valley (4-10, 2-9).

Alexis Kaszubowski and Hayden Gruver both added a goal for the Lancers (10-5-1, 6-4-1).

Freeport 6, Highlands 1 — Six different players — Kaylee Comparatore, Sidney Shemanski, Dana Palko, Piper Claypool, Abby Bastaja and Lexi Dell — scored for No. 2 Freeport (13-2-1, 10-0-1) in a victory over Section 2-AA rival Highlands (1-12-2, 1-8-2).

Kiski Area 4, Connellsville 3 — Lexi Moyer scored twice and added an assist as Kiski edged Connellsville (8-7, 4-6) for a Section 4-AAAA win.

Reagan Frederick also scored and had an assist for the Cavaliers (9-5, 6-4), and Kaylee Elwood also found the back of the net.

Burrell 3, East Allegheny 2 — Danica Johnson, Lisa Wagner and Megan Malits had a goal each for No. 5 Burrell (10-3-1, 8-3) in a Section 2-AA win at East Allegheny (8-7-1, 4-7-1).

Jordan Kolakowski had an assist, and Ally Klems stopped six shots for the Bucs.

Springdale 3, Southmoreland 1— Sydni Henley scored a goal and registered an assist to help Springdale secure a nonsection victory over Southmoreland (4-10).

Jaden Domaratz and Valeri Krstonich also scored for the Dynamos (8-5-1).

Serra Catholic 7, Riverview 2 — Francesca Lio had a goal and an assist, but Riverview fell to Serra Catholic (8-7, 7-4) in Section 1-A action. Sydney McDonough also scored for Riverview (4-10, 4-7).

Girls volleyball

Leechburg 3, Vincentian Academy 0 — Mackenzie Fello had nine kills and six aces, and Brittany Robilio added seven aces and 16 digs to help Leechburg (10-3, 9-3) sweep Vincentian Academy in a Section 4-A match.

Cameron Davies had 14 service points and 27 assists. Daesha Knight contributed 10 kills and four aces.

Freeport 3, Valley 0 — Tori Radvan had five kills, three blocks and five service points as the Class AA No. 1 Yellowjackets racked up another Section 5 victory.

Isabella Russo also had five kills and five service points for Freeport (14-2, 11-0), and Mallory Stopko added 12 service points and two aces.

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