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Alle-Kiski Valley high school roundup: Riverview boys soccer tops rival Springdale

| Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, 11:03 p.m.

Some late-game magic gave Riverview a rivalry win.

Adam Walker scored on a rebound with 36 seconds remaining, giving the boys soccer team a 2-1, come-from-behind win over Springdale in a Section 3-A game Thursday night.

Sean Abraham scored off a corner kick to tie the score for the Raiders (11-4-1, 9-3-1) with three minutes left. Jordan Zatawski made five saves in the win.

Nick Taliani scored for Springdale (11-4-1, 10-3-1), and Mike Zolnierczyk made seven saves.

Burrell 2, Valley 0 — Zach Gimbel and Josh Halkias scored for Burrell (5-8-1, 3-8-1), which slipped past Section 2-2A rival Valley. Bucs goalkeeper Donovan Russell stopped 12 shots. Halkias and Jacob Guerrini had assists. Gavin Shawfield made 15 saves for Valley (4-11-1, 2-9-1).

Plum 3, North Hills 0 — Callan Sharba, Sean Saich and Cole Kelly had a goal apiece for Plum (11-5) in a nonsection victory over North Hills (0-15).

Central Catholic 2, Fox Chapel 0 — Greg Sprenkel and Dan Schearer scored goals to lead No. 3 Central Catholic past Fox Chapel (8-8, 7-5) in a Section 3-AAAA matchup. Andres Vazquez earned the shutout win for Central Catholic (11-3-2, 11-0-1).

Franklin Regional 3, Kiski Area 0 — Nicholas Smith stopped 10 shots in goal for Kiski Area (2-11-2, 1-9-1) in a Section 4-AAAA loss at No. 5 Franklin Regional (15-2, 10-2). Shane Popko, Zach Guidry and Justin LeBonne scored for the Panthers.

Girls volleyball

Deer Lakes 3, Valley 0 — Karns Hazlett recorded 10 service points, two aces and 10 assists to lead Deer Lakes over Valley in Section 5-AA play. Allison Blackwell recorded 15 digs, and Casey Buechel added 15 service points and six aces for the Lancers (10-2, 9-1).

Freeport 3, Derry 0 — Allison DeJidas tallied 11 kills, two blocks and seven service points to lead No. 1 Freeport over Derry in Section 5-AA play. Claire Crytzer recorded 25 service points and four aces for Freeport (14-2, 11-0).

Girls soccer

Springdale 5, Riverview 2 — Erica Crail scored twice to help Springdale (9-5-1) down rival Riverview (4-11) in a nonsection game. Syndi Henley, Jaden Domaratz and Valorie Kristonich scored a goal for the Dynamos. Domaratz, Marina McCutcheon, Dominique Knauer and Alyssa Arce had assists.

Hockey

Norwin 5, Freeport 2 — Karter Halleran and Kyle Hazelett scored a goal apiece for Freeport (0-2), which fell to Norwin (2-0) in a PIHL Class A game. Mason Pivarnik recorded a hat trick for Norwin. Cameron Speakman had an assist for the Yellowjackets, and Morgan Penn stopped 42 shots in goal.

Field hockey

Fox Chapel 3, Peters Township 1 — Katie McIroy, Mia Jamiolkowski and Sydney Condron scored a goal apiece for Fox Chapel in a Section 2-AAA victory over Peters Township.

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