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Doran advances through boys golf sectional

| Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012, 8:58 p.m.

Penn-Trafford senior golfer Max Doran advanced to the WPIAL's boys golf semifinal round with a 6-over round of 76 in the sectional qualifier at Hannahstown Country Club on Sept. 19.

Doran was scheduled to play in the semifinal at The Links at Spring Church on Tuesday, after this edition's deadline.

Ninth grade falls

P-T's ninth grad football team suffered its first loss of the year, 20-12, on the road at North Allegheny.

Joey Peduzzi ran for a touchdown and threw one to Timmy Vecchio, who caught three passes for 78 of P-T's 103 passing yards.

Matt Shirey led the defense for the Warriors (2-1) with 12 tackles.

Volleyball rolls

The P-T girls volleyball team (7-0, 5-0) defeated Latrobe, 25-23, 27-25, 25-20, in Section 1-AAA play to set up a battle for first with Norwin (7-2, 5-1) on Tuesday, after this edition's deadline.

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