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High school roundup: Bethel Park tops rival Mt. Lebanon in boys soccer

| Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013, 9:57 p.m.

Brock Zekany scored in the first 10 minutes, and Michael Guerrero and Nick Schindehette added second-half goals to lead Class AAA No. 4 Bethel Park (8-2, 5-0) to a 3-0 win over rival Mt. Lebanon (5-3, 4-1) in Section 4 matchup Thursday.

Baldwin 5, Trinity 2 — Luke Pichhi and Austin Vertullo each had two goals and two assists for Baldwin (4-5-1, 3-2-0) in a Section 4-AAA win. Picchi converted a header with 20 minutes remaining in the second half for the game-winner.

Thomas Jefferson 5, Yough 1 — Mahesh Dhaubhabel scored four goals in a Section 3-AA win for Thomas Jefferson (3-4-1, 2-2-1). Conor O'Leary scored Thomas Jefferson's fifth goal.

McGuffey 11, Brownsville 0 — Nate Stout and Aaron Harris scored three goals each to lead McGuffey (8-2, 6-0) to a Section 6-AA win. Tyler Harris scored two goals and had two assists.

Serra Catholic 7, Trinity Christian 1 — Tyler Grebur scored three goals to lead Serra Catholic (6-2, 4-0) to a Section 1-A victory.

West Shamokin 3, Springdale 2 — Zane Clowser scored all three goals for West Shamokin (2-3, 1-3) in a Section 2-A win.

Seton-La Salle 6, Brentwood 0 — Levi Masua and Kevin Hudson scored two goals each to lead Class A No. 2 Seton-La Salle (6-0, 5-0) to a Section 3 win. Zach Hutchinson and Ryan Milcarek also scored.

Geibel 7, Beth-Center 4 — Bailey McIntyre scored four goals, including the game-winner with 20 minutes remaining, to lead Geibel (5-1-2, 3-0-2) to a Section 4-A win.

Sewickley Academy 6, Riverside 0 — J.P. Bowell and Jack Matten scored two goals each to lead Class A No. 1 Sewickley Academy to a win in Section 5 play. Goalkeepers Jackson O'Neal and Derek Littlefield combined for the shutout.

Beaver County Christian 4, OLSH 0 — Abel Carleton scored two goals to lead Beaver County Christian (6-3, 3-1) to an upset win over Class A No. 4 OLSH (5-2, 3-1) in Section 5 play.

Obama Academy 5, South Side Beaver 1— Abe Konyate scored two goals for Obama Academy (2-4) in a nonsection game

Girls soccer

Peters Township 9, Laurel Highlands 0 — Maddi Santo scored the first four goals in the opening 26 minutes as Peters Township (8-2, 5-0) won a Section 5-AAA match. Megan Parker recorded the shutout.

Penn-Trafford 3, Hempfield 1 — Casey Aunkst scored two goals for Penn-Trafford (6-3, 5-0) in a Section 1-AAA win.

Fox Chapel 4, Gateway 0 — Lauren Kelly scored two goals to lead Fox Chapel (8-1, 5-0) to a Section 3-AAA win. Vanessa Blazer made four saves in the shutout.

Eden Christian 9, Perry 0 — Lydia Manges scored four goals, and Makenzie King scored three to lead Eden (1-7) to a nonsection win.

Boys golf

Franklin Regional 202, Gateway 212 — Gateway senior Bobby Guiliani shot a 5-under-par 31 at Murrysville Golf Club in a losing effort in Section 4-AAA.

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