High school roundup: Peters Township boys top North Allegheny
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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