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High school roundup: Peters Township boys edge Chartiers Valley

| Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, 10:09 p.m.
Eric Schmadel | Tribune-Review
Norwin midfielder Robert Svec, right, defends against Franklin Regional's Aaron Koch during their match Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, in Murrysville.

Nicco Mastrangelo scored his 14th and 15th goals of the season for No. 5 Peters Township in its 2-1 win over Chartiers Valley in Section 5-AAA on Tuesday night.

Mastrangelo put the Indians (11-2-1, 8-1-1) ahead, 1-0, with a goal 15 minutes into the first half and added an insurance goal with 12 minutes remaining. Brandon Robinson scored for Chartiers Valley (3-7-3, 2-6-2) off a free kick with seven minutes left in the game.

Central Catholic 3, Gateway 1 — Ben Patry, Ryan Sproule and Justin Beiriger all scored for the Vikings (3-9, 3-6) in a Section 3-AAA win.

Canon-McMillian 4, Ambridge 0 — Nick Sodini netted a hat trick and Corey McCurdy had a goal and an assist, as the No. 4 Big Macs (12-1-2, 7-1-2) won in Section 5-AAA.

Moon 4, Brashear 1 — Jon Bal scored a pair of goals to lead Moon (6-5-2, 3-4-2) in Section 5-AAA.

Greensburg Salem 2, Burrell 1 — Lukas Mangery scored the winner early in the second half for Greensburg Salem (7-6, 6-5) in Section 1-AA.

Blackhawk 4, New Brighton 0 — Steve Sharak scored a pair of goals and Matt Warnaka made four saves for his sixth shutout as the Cougars (11-1-1, 9-0) won in Section 4-AA.

Southmoreland 1, McGuffey 0 — Henry Riley scored for Southmoreland in a Section 6-AA game. Brian Shaffer got the shutout for the Scotties (8-3-1, 6-2-1).

Waynesburg 4, Charleroi 2 — Micha Stanko and Drew Grandas each netted two goals for the Raiders (5-7-1, 4-4-1) in Section 6-AA.

Serra Catholic 2, Greensburg C.C. 0 — Alex Grace and Tyler Grebur scored for the No. 5 Eagles in their Section 1-A win. Anthony Koval got the shutout for Serra Catholic (11-2-1, 7-0-1).

Winchester Thurston 4, Jeannette 0 — Tyler Coleman had a pair of goals in Winchester Thurston's Section 1-A win. Adrian Bayemi and Jonathan Coles also scored for Winchester Thurston (9-3, 5-3).

Vincentian 5, West Shamokin 0 — Christian and Fernando Bolanos each scored twice to lead No. 3 Vincentian (9-1-3, 5-0-1) in Section 2-A.

Eden Christian 3, Carlynton 2, OT — A.J. Cook scored 45 seconds into overtime to lift Eden Christian (7-4-1, 4-4-0) in Section 3-A.

Girls soccer

Norwin 2, Kiski Area 0 — Paige Pristas and Lexie Kolano each scored for the Knights in their Section 1-AAA win. Cayla Imbarlina got the shutout for Norwin (10-1-1, 7-1-0).

West Mifflin 5, Steel Valley 1 — Rebecca Manns netted a hat trick in leading the Titans (4-6-1) to a nonsection win.

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