High school scores for Oct. 2
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013, 10:51 p.m.
Ambridge 27, Blackhawk 28
Ambridge 23, Blackhawk 34
Hempfield 8, North Allegheny 0
Pine-Richland 11, Latrobe 1
Shady Side Academy 2, Oakland Catholic 0
5 goals: Paige Haenig, Pine-Richland
WPIAL Class AAA individual championship
At Diamond Run Golf Club, par 70
1. Corey Long, South Fayette, 67; 2. Matt Holuta, Indiana, 67; 3. Thomas Steve, Upper St. Clair, 68; 4. Grant Engel, Upper St. Clair, 69; 5. Patrick Sheerer, Fox Chapel, 71; 6. Nick Cuny, Central Catholic, 71; 7. Sasha Lobel, Allderdice, 72; 8. Javon Trout, Hempfield, 73; 9. Kyle Grube, Indiana, 74; 10. Luke Wallace, Uniontown, 75; 11. Josh Verner, Peters Township, 76; 12. Josh Bartley, Mars, 76; 13. Jack Katarincic, Shady Side Academy, 77; 14. Zach Taylor, Baldwin, 77
*Top 14 finishers advance to PIAA Qualifier Oct. 16, at Tom's Run Golf Course.
Frazier 238, Southmoreland 243
Medalist: Zach Stefan, Southmoreland, 42
Shady Side Academy 184, Fox Chapel 233
Medalist: Casey Morrow, Shady Side Academy, 42
Shady Side Academy 3, Freeport 0
St. Joseph 3, West Shamokin 1
Avonworth 10, Carrick 0
Connellsville 7, Yough 0
Kiski 2, Hempfield 1
Norwin 0, Franklin Regional 0, 2 OT
Penn-Trafford 3, Latrobe 1
Hampton 2, Pine-Richland 1
Seneca Valley 4, Shaler 1
Fox Chapel 9, Woodland Hills 0
Gateway 4, Oakland Catholic 2
Penn Hills 3, Allderdice 1
Bethel Park 3, McKeesport 0
Trinity 5, Albert Gallatin 0
Canon-McMillan 11, Brashear 0
Peters Township 1, Chartiers Valley 0
Upper St. Clair 8, Laurel Highlands 0
Mt. Pleasant 7, Derry 0
Southmoreland 9, Uniontown 2
Yough 7, Waynesburg 0
Burrell 5, Indiana 1
Knoch 6, Valley 0
Mars 12, Deer Lakes 0
Freeport 3, Highlands 2
Ambridge 3, Blackhawk 0
Central Valley 6, Beaver 1
Hopewell 7, Riverside 0
Belle Vernon 1, McGuffey 0
Elizabeth Forward 7, East Allegheny 0
South Park 7, Thomas Jefferson 2
Montour 3, West Allegheny 1
Moon 12, Carrick 0
Quaker Valley 8, Obama Academy 1
South Fayette 3, Keystone Oaks 0
Mohawk 5, Freedom 1
New Brighton 4, Quigley 3
Sewickley Academy 1, Neshannock 0
Charleroi 2, Bentworth 1
Chartiers-Houston 5, Beth-Center 0
Serra 7, Monessen 0
Bishop Canevin 1, Avonworth 0, 2 OT
Carlynton 4, Ellis 3
Seton-La Salle 1, Steel Valley 1
Vincentian 8, Eden Christian 1
Geibel 4, St. Joseph 3
Greensburg Central Catholic 8, Shady Side Academy 2
Riverview 2, Jeannette 1
4 goals: Megan Sieg, Serra
3 goals: Abby Losco, Hopewell; Natalie Luppolz, Yough; Paige Weaver, Southmoreland; Shawna Zaken, Yough
Freedom at OLSH, 4 p.m.
South Side Beaver at Neshannock, 4 p.m.
Seton-La Salle at Carlynton, 6 p.m.
Geibel at Riverview, 3:45 p.m.
Canon-McMillan at Baldwin, 7:30 p.m.
WPIAL doubles championship
Kristi Riley/Skylar Morgan, Mt. Lebanon d. Liza Plakseychuk/Amanda Murphy, Shady Side Academy, 10-8; Natalia Perry/Jenna Bailey, Franklin Regional d. Nina Barbano/Jessica Fanning, Bethel Park, 10-4; Jenn Stroyne/Morgan Parisi, Peters Township d. Hannah Famili/Stephanie Levine, Allderdice, 11-9; Nicole Cyterski/Marley Shovlin, Oakland Catholic d. Maddy Mordoh/Devin Gramley, Shady Side Academy, 10-1; Tristyn Maalouf/Tina Li, North Allegheny d. Jen Holcombe/Megan Hixon, Peters Township, 10-4; Yvon Martinez/Angela Consiglio, Pine-Richland d. Madison DeBone/Maura Sackett, Hempfield, 10-6; Laurel Shymansky/Lacey Cohen, Fox Chapel d. Charlotte Vertes/Dana Kelly, Penn-Trafford, 10-1; Maddy Adams/Anna Li, North Allegheny, bye
Adams/Anna Li, North Allegheny d. Riley/Morgan, Mt. Lebanon, 10-2; Perry/Bailey, Franklin Regional d. Stroyne/Parisi, Peters Township, 10-4; Cyterski/Shovlin, Oakland Catholic d. Maalouf/Tina Li, North Allegheny, 11-10 (4); Shymansky/Cohen, Fox Chapel d. Martinez/Consiglio, Pine-Richland, 10-2
Maddy Adams/Anna Li, North Allegheny d. Perry/Bailey, Franklin Regional, 6-0, 6-0; Shymansky/Cohen, Fox Chapel d. Cyterski/Shovlin, Oakland Catholic, 6-2, 6-2
Samantha Moss/Natalie Rascatti, Thomas Jefferson d. Jaila Manga/Emma Hough, Burrell; Kate Fierens/Alayna Turconi, Blackhawk d. Jill Orazio/Hunter Hudson, Derry
Amy Cheng/Jappman Monga, Sewickley Academy d. Moss/Rascatti; Taylor Bradley/Paige Hertzog, Mt. Pleasant d. Ellie Belko/Annie Roble, Vincentian; Liana Muia/Sydney Cersosimo, Hopewell d. Emily Armstrong/Catherine Armstrong, Valley; Alyssa Snodgrass/Cassidy Jackson, South Park d. Maeve McAllister/Dani Broderick, Ellis; Moriah Bridges/Mattie Taylor, Beaver d. Sara Jubas/Cheyenne Shankle, Fort Cherry; Lucy Bujdos/Megan Clawson, Indiana d. Margo Corsetti/Rebecca Kern, Springdale; Sydney Joseph/Riley Roberts, Sewickley Academy d. Anne Taylor/Katherine Deitrick, Beaver; Alyvia Kluska/Jordan Smithberger, Greensburg Central Catholic d. Kate Fierens/Alayna Turconi
Cheng/Monga, Sewickley Academy d. Bradley/Hertzog, Mt. Pleasant; Snodgrass/Jackson, South Park d. Muia/Cersosimo, Hopewell; Bridges/Taylor, Beaver d. Bujdos/Clawson, Indiana; Kluska/Smithberger, Greensburg Central Catholic d. Joseph/Roberts, Sewickley Academy
Cheng/Monga, Sewickley Academy d. Snodgrass/Jackson, South Park; Bridges/Taylor, Beaver d. Kluska/Smithberger, Greensburg Central Catholic
*Final and consolation rounds will be played at 2 p.m. Thursday at North Allegheny High School.
Highlands 4, St. Joseph 1
Carlynton 3-2, Keystone Oaks 2-3
McGuffey 3, Washington 2
Elizabeth Forward 3, Yough 0
Cornell 3, Quigley 2
Wilmington 3, Shenango 0
Ligonier Valley 3, Blairsville 1
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