High school scores for Oct. 3
Published: Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013, 11:21 p.m.
North Allegheny 8, Hempfield 0
Aquinas Academy 2, Sewickley Academy 1
Winchester Thurston 3, Greensburg Central Catholic 2, OT
Bishop Canevin 230, Fort Cherry 257
Medalist: Brendan Shaughnessy, Bishop Canevin, 41
Fox Chapel 194, North Allegheny 202
Medalist: David Rice, Fox Chapel, 36
Greensburg Central Catholic 223, Jeanette 261
Medalist: Olivia Zambruno, Greensburg Cenral Catholic, 41
Kiski Area 201, Grensburg Central Catholic 223
Latrobe at Norwin, ppd.
Franklin Regional at Kiski Area, ppd.
Hampton at North Allegheny, ppd.
North Hills at Shaler, ppd.
Seneca Valley at Pine-Richland, ppd.
Plum 2, Woodland Hills 1
Allderdice at Gateway, ppd.
Fox Chapel at Penn Hills, ppd.
Baldwin 3, Ringgold 2
Bethel Park 7, Albert Gallatin 0
Mt. Lebanon 2, Trinity 0
Brashear at Peters Township, ppd.
Canon-McMillan at Moon, ppd.
Upper St. Clair at Ambridge, ppd.
Indiana 7, East Allegheny 0
Mt. Pleasant 4, Burrell 3
Derry 3, Greensburg Salem 3, 2OT
Knoch 4, Highlands 1
Mars 6, Kittanning 1
Belle Vernon 2, Steel Valley 1
South Park 4, West Mifflin 0
Central Valley at Mohawk, ppd.
Freedom at Blackhawk, ppd.
New Brighton at Hopewell, ppd.
Quaker Valley 5, Carrick 0
South Fayette 6, Obama Academy 0
Keystone Oaks at West Allegheny, ppd.
Laurel Highlands 4, Charleroi 1
McGuffey 10, Uniontown 1
Southmoreland 3, Waynesburg 2
Jeannette 2, South Allegheny 0
Serra 4, Trinity Christian 0
Winchester Thurston 1, Greensburg Central Catholic 0
Riveview 1, Aquinas Academy 0
Vincentian 6, St. Joseph 0
West Shamokin at Springdale, ppd.
Brentwood 2, Eden Christian 0
Bishop Canevin 8, North Catholic 1
Seton-La Salle at Carlynton, ppd.
Beth-Center 2, Monessen 1
Chartiers-Houston 2, Bentworth 0
Geibel 8, California 0
Quigley 2, Neshannock 0
Sewickley Academy 7, Riverside 0
OLSH at Beaver County Christian, ppd.
Montour at Butler, ppd.
Valley at Deer Lakes, ppd.
3 goals: J.P. Bowell, Sewickley Academy; Tyler Grebur, Serra; Christian Bolanos, Vincentian; Brian Coyne, South Fayette; James Ewing, Geibel; Bailey McIntyre, Geibel
Connellsville at Penn-Trafford, ppd.
North Allegheny 1, Hampton 0
North Hills at Shaler, ppd.
Fox Chapel 3, Penn Hills 1
Woodland Hills at Plum, ppd.
Albert Gallatin at Bethel Park, ppd.
Burrell 3, Freeport 2
Mars 8, Indiana 0
East Allegheny at Thomas Jefferson, ppd.
West Mifflin at Belle Vernon, ppd.
Obama Academy at South Fayette, ppd.
Neshannock 7, South Side Beaver 0
Freedom at OLSH, ppd.
Bishop Canevin 1, Vincentian 0, OT
Seton-La Salle at Carlynton, ppd.
Riverview 2, Geibel 0
Karns City 5, Kittanning 0
Canon-McMillan 2, Baldwin 0
WPIAL doubles championship
Laurel Shymansky/Lacey Cohen, Fox Chapel d. Maddy Adams/Anna Li, North Allegheny, 7-5, 6-4
Natalia Perry/Jenna Bailey, Franklin Regional d. Nicole Cyterski/Marley Shovlin, Oakland Catholic, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2
Amy Cheng/Jappman Monga, Sewickley Academy d. Moriah Bridges/Mattie Taylor, Beaver, 6-2, 6-2
Alyvia Kluska/Jordan Smithberger, Greensburg Central Catholic d. Alyssa Snodgrass/Cassidy Jackson, South Park, 6-3, 6-3
Woodland Hills 5, Penn Hills 0
Canon-McMillan 4, McGuffey 1
Kiski Area 3, Latrobe 1
Norwin 3, Franklin Regional 0
Penn-Trafford 3, Laurel Highlands 0
Peters Township 3, Connellsville 2
North Allegheny 3, Butler 0
Pine-Richland 3, Seneca Valley 0
Fox Chapel 3, North Hills 2
Plum 3, Penn Hills 0
Baldwin 3, Moon 0
Mt. Lebanon 3, Montour 1
Bethel Park 3, West Allegheny 1
Beaver 3, Ellwood City 0
Hopewell 3, Beaver Falls 0
Central Valley 3, Freedom 0
Quaker Valley 3, Ambridge 1
Derry 3, Ford City 1
Greensburg Salem 3, Apollo-Ridge 0
Deer Lakes 3, Highlands 0
Mars 3, Valley 0
Charleroi 3, Washington 1
South Fayette 3, East Allegheny 0
South Park 3, Keystone Oaks 1
Greensburg Central Catholic 3, Riverview 0
West Shamokin 3, St. Joseph 0
Brentwood 3, Wilkinsburg 0
Serra 3, Neighborhood Academy 0
Shenango 3, Aliquippa 0
Eden Christian 3, Rochester 0
South Side Beaver 3, Avonworth 0
Frazier 3, Carmichaels 0
Bentworth 3, Fort Cherry 2
Bishop Canevin 3, Chartiers-Houston 0
Burgettstown 3, Beth-Center 1
Carlynton 3, Avella 0
Burrell 3, Hampton 0
Obama Academy 3, Brashear 0
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