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High school scores for Friday, Aug. 23

| Friday, Aug. 23, 2013, 10:06 p.m.

Golf

Boys

Friday's results

Section 1-AAA

Hempfield 197, Norwin 212

Zack Suchko, Hempfield, 39

Section 4-AAA

Franklin Regional 200, Penn Hills 221

F: Brendon Gallo, 37, Matt Fish, 39, Aaron Fallat 39; PH: Jesse Hong, 37.

Section 5-AAA

Blackhawk 200, Hopewell 207

Medalist: Bryce Egger, Blackhawk, 35.

Section 7-AAA

Trinity 207, South Fayette 215

Medalist: Billy McCracken, Trinity, 38

Section 8-AAA

Hampton 188, Shady Side Academy 191

Section 2-AA

Mt. Pleasant 215, Jeannette 302

Medalist: Alex Kraisinger, Mt. Pleasant, 42

Section 3-AA

Riverview 247, Northgate 263

Medalist: Owen Zottola, Riverview, 41.

Winchester-Thurston 220, St Joseoh 258

Medalist: Matthew Moore, Winchester-Thurston, 38.

Section 7-AA

Seton-La Salle 219, Steel Valley 232

Medalist: Evan DeKlavan, Seton-La Salle, 37

Section 8-AA

Hampton 188, Shady Side Academy 191

Medalists: Brian Hamlin, Shady Side Academy, Grant Muir Shady Side Academy, 35

Section 9-AA

Sewickley Academy 193, Beaver 256

Medalist: Keenan Hickton, Sewickley Academy, 34.

Girls

Friday's results

Section 1-AA

Mt. Pleasant 203, Kittanning 237

Medalist: Megan McCalmont, Mt. Pleasant, 45

Tennis

Girls

Friday's results

Section 1-AAA

Franklin Regional 5, Norwin 0

Hempfield 5, Greensburg Salem 0

Latrobe 5, Connellsville 0

Section 2-AAA

Pine-Richland 5, Mars 0

Section 3-AAA

Fox Chapel 5, Plum 0

Section 4-AAA

Upper St. Clair 5, West Allegheny 0

Section 1-AA

Derry 5, California 0

Mt. Pleasant 5, Jeannette 0

Section 2-AA

Blackhawk 5, Beaver Falls 0

Section 3-AA

Ellis School 5, St. Joseph 0

Vincentian 5, Winchester Thurston 0

Section 5-AA

McGuffey 3, Keystone Oaks 2

South Park 4, Carlynton 1

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