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High school scores for Thursday, Sept. 5

| Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013, 11:09 p.m.

Field hockey

Thursday's results

Nonsection

Penn-Trafford 2, Oakland Catholic 0

Golf

Boys

Thursday's results

Section 2-AAA

Elizabeth Forward 206, Belle Vernon 210

Section 3-AAA

Pine-Richland 204, Shaler 226

Medalist: Connor White, Pine-Richland, 37

Seneca Valley 197, Central Catholic 201

Medalist: Brent Rodgers, Central Catholic, 35

Section 4-AAA

Gateway 223, Penn Hills 244

Medalist: Ian Kirkpatrick, Gateway, 38

Section 6-AAA

Thomas Jefferson 211, West Mifflin 236

Medalist: Adam Patrick, Thomas Jefferson, 39

Section 2-AA

Greensburg Central Catholic 234, Frazier 234

* Greensburg Central Catholic won on playoff hole

Mt. Pleasant 221, Geibel 259

Section 4-AA

Burgettstown 206, Bishop Canevin 229

Medalist: Owen Miller, Burgettstown, 36

Section 6-AA

South Side Beaver 212, Lincoln Park 333

Medalist: Walt Riggs, South Side Beaver, 37

Nonsection

Hampton 202, Plum 233

North Allegheny 205, Sewickley Academy 205

* North Allegheny won in a playoff

Medalists: Anthony Muscato, Sewickley Academy; Josh Huhn, North Allegheny, 38

Peters Township 191, Bethel Park 215

Medalist: Nick Konyk, Peters Township, 34

Quaker Valley 226, Freedom 238

Medalist: Alex Tanabe, Quaker Valley, 40

Girls

Thursday's results

Section 1-AAA

North Allegheny 185, Blackhawk 219

Medalist: Kelsey Phillips, North Allegheny, 44

Section 2-AAA

Upper St. Clair 176, Oakland Catholic 205

Section 1-AA

Derry 186, St. Joseph 253

Mt. Pleasant 205, Southmoreland 218

Section 2-AA

Central Valley 153, South Side Beaver 216

Medalist: Macky Fouse, Central Valley, 33

Soccer

Boys

Thursday's results

Section 1-AAA

Penn-Trafford 1, Hempfield 0

Franklin Regional 4, Connellsville 0

Norwin 3, Kiski Area 1

Section 2-AAA

Butler 1, Shaler 0

Hampton 2, North Hills 1

Section 3-AAA

Central Catholic 7, Woodland Hills 0

Penn Hills 4, Gateway 3

Section 4-AAA

Baldwin 7, Albert Gallatin 0

Ringgold 4, McKeesport 0

Bethel Park 5, Trinity 3

Section 5-AAA

Peters Township 5, Moon 3

Upper St. Clair 7, Brashear 0

Ambridge 2, Chartiers Valley 1

Section 1-AA

Greensburg Salem 1, Valley 0, 2 OT

Derry 2, East Allegheny 1

Mt. Pleasant 3, Indiana 2

Section 2-AA

Deer Lakes 2, Kittanning 1

Knoch 1, Freeport 0

Mars 3, Highlands 0

Section 3-AA

South Park 8, Elizabeth Forward 0

Steel Valley 3, Thomas Jefferson 1

Belle Vernon 3, Yough 0

Section 4-AA

Beaver 6, New Brighton 1

Hopewell 6, Mohawk 0

Freedom 3, Central Valley 0

Section 5-AA

Montour 3, Obama Academy 2

South Fayette 3, Keystone Oaks 0

West Allegheny 6, Carrick 1

Section 6-AA

McGuffey 3, Laurel Highlands 1

Southmoreland 5, Uniontown 0

Charleroi 3, Brownsville 1

Section 3-A

Bishop Canevin 4, Brentwood 0

Seton-La Salle 10, North Catholic 0

Carlynton 1, Avonworth 0

Section 4-A

Bentworth 0, Geibel 0, 2 OT

Beth-Center 3, Chartiers-Houston 2

Monessen 4, Washington 2

Nonsection

Eden Christian 5, Trinity Christian 1

Seneca Valley 4, Mt. Lebanon 1

South Allegheny 5, Riverview 2

Vincentian 1, Quigley Catholic 1, 2 OT

Blackhawk 3, Beaver County Christian 2

Burrell 10, Springdale 3

3 goals: Tyler Harris, McGuffey

Girls

Thursday's results

Section 3-AA

Hopewell 5, Ambridge 0

Section 4-AA

Elizabeth Forward 3, West Mifflin 0

Section 3-A

Avonworth 5, Carlynton 3

Nonsection

Burrell 1, St. Joseph 0

Chartiers Valley 5, South Fayette 0

Indiana 7, United 1

Kittanning 6, Riverview 1

Latrobe 2, Belle Vernon 1, 2 OT

Plum 2, Franklin Regional 1

Seneca Valley 1, Canon-McMillan 0

Wilmington 2, Blackhawk 1, OT

3 goals: Morgan Henderson, South Fayette; Abby Losco, Hopewell

Tennis

Girls

Thursday's results

Section 2-AAA

North Allegheny 5, Mars 0

Section 3-AAA

Shaler 4, Plum 1

Section 1-AA

Mt. Pleasant 5, California 0

Section 2-AA

Blackhawk 3, Neshannock 2

Section 4-AA

Indiana 4, Valley 1

Section 5-AA

Thomas Jefferson 3, Carlynton 2

Volleyball

Girls

Thursday's results

Section 1-AAA

Hempfield 3, Norwin 1

Penn-Trafford 3, Franklin Regional 0

Laurel Highlands at Latrobe (n)

Section 2-AAA

Upper St. Clair 3, Peters Township 2

Albert Gallatin at Trinity (n)

Canon-McMillan 3, Ringgold 1

Section 3-AAA

North Allegheny 3, Hampton 0

Butler 3, North Hills 1

Fox Chapel at Pine-Richland (n)

Section 4-AAA

Oakland Catholic 3, Woodland Hills 0

Penn Hills 3, Gateway 2

Plum at Shaler (n)

Section 5-AAA

Baldwin 3, Montour 0

Chartiers Valley 3, Moon 0

Mt. Lebanon 3, West Allegheny 2

Section 1-AA

Beaver 3, New Castle 0

Blackhawk 3, Ellwood City 0

Hopewell 3, Mohawk 0

Section 2-AA

Seton-La Salle 3, Central Valley 0

Beaver Falls 3, Freedom 0

Section 4-AA

Freeport 3, Burrell 0

Deer Lakes 3, Valley 2

Knoch 3, Highlands 0

Section 7-AA

Thomas Jefferson 3, Southmoreland 0

Yough 3, South Allegheny 0

Belle Vernon at West Mifflin, 7 p.m.

Section 1-A

Greensburg Central Catholic 3, Springdale 0

Leechburg 3, Riverview 0

West Shamokin 3, Trinity 0

Section 2-A

North Catholic 3, Wilkinsburg 0

Brentwood at Serra (n)

Neighborhood Academy at Vincentian (n)

Section 3-A

Western Beaver 3, Lincoln Park 2

Aliquippa at Union (n)

Beaver County Christian at Shenango (n)

Neshannock at Laurel (n)

Section 4-A

OLSH 3, South Side Beaver 0

Avonworth 3, Rochester 0

Eden Christian 3, Cornell 0

Section 5-A

California 3, Mapletown 2

Geibel 3, Carmichaels 2

Jefferson-Morgan at West Greene (n)

Section 6-A

Carlynton 3, Chartiers-Houston 0

Fort Cherry 3, Burgettstown 0

Avella at Bentworth (n)

Bishop Canevin at Beth-Center (n)

Nonsection

Seneca Valley 3, Mars 0

Seton-La Salle 3, Central Valley 0

Apollo-Ridge 3, East Allegheny 2

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