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High school roundup: Greensburg Salem boys win in double OT

| Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013, 9:57 p.m.
Eric Schmadel | Tribune-Review
Hempfield's Ben George crouches down and looks toward the scoreboard as Penn-Trafford players celebrate the penalty kick goal by Galen Kreutzberger that ended up being the difference in the Warriors' 1-0 victory over the Spartans on Thursday, Sept.5, 2013, in Harrison City.

Lucas Mangery scored the game-winning goal in the second overtime as Greensburg Salem (1-1, 1-1) earned a 1-0 victory over Valley in Section 2-AA play Thursday night. Corbin Zang recorded his first shutout for the Golden Lions.

Knoch 1, Freeport 0 — Brandon Vargo scored the game's lone goal as Knoch (2-0-2, 2-0-0) earned a Section 2-AA victory. Ben Lope was credited with the assist.

Penn-Trafford 1, Hempfield 0 — Galen Kreutzberger buried a penalty kick in the second half to give Penn-Trafford (2-1-1, 1-1) a Section 1-AAA victory.

Hampton 2, North Hills 1 — Carl Palmer's second-half goal proved to be the game winner as Hampton (2-0, 1-0) earned a Section 2-AAA victory.

Central Catholic 7, Woodland Hills 0 — Seven different players scored as Central Catholic (4-0-1, 2-0-0) earned a Section 3-AAA victory. Goalie Anthony Tirone made one save to earn the shutout.

Baldwin 7, Albert Gallatin 0 — Michael Harrell and Luke Picchi scored two goals apiece, as the Highlanders (3-0-1, 2-0) cruised in Section 4-AAA. Baldwin keeper Belmo Nurcic, who has allowed just one goal this season, recorded his third shutout.

Girls soccer

Hopewell 5, Ambridge 0 — Abby Losco had a hat trick as Hopewell (3-0, 1-0) earned a Section 3-AA victory. Goalie Emilie Hovanec made two saves to record her second shutout of the season.

Latrobe 2, Belle Vernon 1, 2 OT — Allison LaDuke scored on a penalty kick in the second overtime to give Latrobe (2-0-1) a nonsection win.

Chartiers Valley 5, South Fayette 0 — Morgan Henderson recorded a hat trick as Chartiers Valley (3-0) earned a nonsection victory. Goalie Skylar Martz made seven saves to record the shutout.

Boys golf

North Allegheny 205, Sewickley Academy 205 — Anthony Muscato and Josh Huhn both shot a match-low 38 as North Allegheny (8-1) earned a nonsection victory. The Tigers won in a playoff.

Peters Township 191, Bethel Park 215 — Nick Konyk shot a match-low 34 as Peters Township (2-4) earned a nonsection victory.

Gateway 223, Penn Hills 244 — Ian Kirkpatrick shot a 38 as Gateway earned a Section 1-AAAA victory.

Elizabeth Forward 206, Belle Vernon 210 — Pat McCall and Mike Ragan both shot a 39 as Elizabeth Forward earned a Section 2-AAA victory. Mike Lubrani shot a match-low 37 for Belle Vernon.

Quaker Valley 226, Freedom 238 — Alex Tanabe shot a match-low 40 as Quaker Valley (8-1) earned a nonsection victory.

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