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High school roundup: Peters Township boys top North Allegheny

| Monday, Oct. 21, 2013, 10:33 p.m.
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
West Allegheny's Collin Wurst collides with Mt. Pleasant goalkeeper Robbie Bailey during their WPIAL Class AA playoff game Monday, Oct. 21, 2013, in North Fayette.

Nicco Mastrangelo, Matt Masucci and Mario Mastrangelo scored to lead No. 7 Peters Township (14-3-2) to a 3-0 win over No. 10 North Allegheny (12-6) in a WPIAL Class AAA first-round boys soccer game at Peters Township on Monday night.

Max O'Hare had the shutout for the Indians, who will play No. 2 Seneca Valley in the quarterfinals Thursday at a site and time to be determined.

Mt. Lebanon 1, Butler 0 — Matt Stevens scored in the 29th minute as No. 8 Mt. Lebanon (10-7-2) shut out Butler (11-7). Chris Maher made nine saves for the Blue Devils.

Seneca Valley 4, Allderdice 0 — Four different Raiders scored as No. 2 Seneca Valley (15-2-1) earned a win in over Allderdice.

Class AA

Central Catholic 1, Ringgold 0 — Matt O'Donnell's goal off of a corner kick midway through the second half proved to be the game-winner as No. 4 Central Catholic shutout Ringgold. Oscar Marroquin made three saves.

Deer Lakes 1, Burrell 0 (PK) — Alex Caro buried the deciding shot for No. 9 Deer Lakes (12-2-3), which made its first playoff appearance since 2003, in beating Burrell, 5-4, in penalty kicks.

Indiana 1, Blackhawk 0 — David Zimmerman scored a Peter Short feed in the 47th minute as No. 12 Indiana (14-3-1) knocked off Blackhawk in first-round play.

Laurel Highlands 2, West Mifflin 1 — Drew DeBerry scored twice, including a header with 1.39 seconds remaining to give No. 6 Laurel Highlands (15-3) a first-round win.

McGuffey 2, Quaker Valley 1 — Tyler Harris scored twice as No. 7 McGuffey (14-4-1) defeated No. 10 Quaker Valley in a first-round game.

South Fayette 1, Mars 0 — Brian Coyne scored 20 minutes in as No. 3 South Fayette (15-2-2) topped Mars in first-round action. Brian Gedrys made two saves to record the shutout.

West Allegheny 4, Mt. Pleasant 0 — Top-seeded West Allegheny (15-0-3) remained undefeated with a decisive win over Mt. Pleasant in first-round play.

Class A

Carlynton 3, Winchester Thurston 1 — First-half goals from Dean Chubarov, Emmanual Burton and Jeff Henke helped lead No. 7 Carlynton (12-6) to a win over No. 10 Winchester Thurston (13-4).

Vincentian 2, South Allegheny 1 — David Rivetti scored twice as No. 3 Vincentian (14-2-3) defeated No. 14 South Allegheny.

Beaver County Christian 1, Avonworth 0 — Abel Carleton scored and No. 6 Beaver County Christian (13-4) secured a first-round win.

Serra 3, Geibel 0 — Tyler Grebur recorded a hat trick as No. 4 Serra (13-3-1) won in first-round action. Anthony Koval made eight saves in the victory.

Riverview 3, Monessen 1 — Cole Wilson scored twice as No. 9 Riverview (12-4-1) pulled away from Monessen.

Seton-La Salle 2, Aquinas Academy 0 — No. 2 Seton-La Salle (15-2-1) shut out Aquinas Academy to advance to Thursday's quarterfinals.

Girls soccer

Greensburg Central Catholic 10, Mohawk 1 — Frannie Crouse had six goals and Malea Fabean added a hat trick as the top-seeded Centurions faced little resistance during a first-round win.

Golf

At the PIAA individual golf championships, Canon-McMillan's Lauren Waller is in first place after day one in Class AAA after shooting a first-round 73. In girls Class AA, Central Valley's Macky Fouse leads the field with a 3-over-par 75. Upper St. Clair's Grant Engel is in fourth place with a 74 in Class AAA boys. In Class AA, Burgettstown's Owen Miller is tied for third after shooting 73.

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