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WPIAL football playoffs 2nd round: How to watch, listen and find scores

Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
North Allegheny Luke Colella avoids Pine Richland’s Luke Meckler during a game last month at Pine-Richland High School.

Championship berths are on the line Friday night in the WPIAL football playoffs.

Teams in Class 6A, 4A, 3A and A will be vying for spots in the finals. In particular, all eyes are on Class 6A, where Pine-Richland and North Allegheny face off and Mt. Lebanon faces Central Catholic.

You can find a complete list of all of the games being broadcast here. And when results start to roll in, you can find all of the scores here.

Check back with TribLIVE and TribLIVE HSSN for complete coverage.

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