High school scores for Thursday, Aug. 29
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Hopewell 209, Moon 210
Medalist: Brett Pompeani, Hopewell, 35
Uniontown 199, Connellsville 210
Medalist: Luke Wallace, Uniontown, 33
Blackhawk 198, Ambridge 222
Medalist: Bryce Egger, Blackhawk; Hunter Hagy, Blackhawk; Nick Leiper, Blackhawk, 38
Mt. Lebanon 204, Bethel Park 219
Frazier 235, Southmoreland 260
Medalist: Josh Miller, Frazier, 41
Mt. Pleasant 217, Yough 258
Medalist: Ray Hynek, Mt. Pleasant, 42
Bentworth 205, Fort Cherry 230
Medalist: Nick Silver, Bentworth, 38
Burgettstown 200, South Park 215
Medalist: Owen Miller, Burgettstown, 36
Chartiers-Houston 234, Bishop Canevin 238
Medalist: Sam Smallhoover, Bishop Canevin, 41
Seton-La Salle 206, Brentwood 246
Medalist: Joe Deegan, Seton-La Salle; Evan DeKlavan, Seton-La Salle, 37
Quaker Valley 214, Beaver 250
Medalist: Zach Mancuso, Quaker Valley, 39
Beth-Center 219, Geibel 252
Medalist: Evan Smith, Beth-Center, 35
Mt. Pleasant 215, Ford City 254
Medalist: Megan McCalmont, Mt. Pleasant, 47
Central Valley 152, Ellwood City 252
Medalist: Macky Fouse, Central Valley; Alex Bozic, Central Valley, 37
Franklin Regional 5, Latrobe 0
Greensburg Salem 3, Kiski Area 2
Hempfield 5, Connellsville 0
Penn-Trafford 3, Norwin 2
Hampton 5, Butler 0
North Allegheny 5, Knoch 0
Pine-Richaland 5, North Hills 0
Fox Chapel 4, Gateway 1
Fox Chapel 5, Shaler 0
Shady Side Academy 5, Penn Hills 0
Woodland Hills 5, Plum 0
West Allegheny 3, Chartiers Valley 2
Mt. Pleasant 3, Brownsville 2
Fort Cherry 5, Keystone Oaks 0
Thomas Jefferson 5, McGuffey 0
Hopewell 5, Beaver 0
Indiana 4, Windber 1
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