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WPIAL football Week 4 results

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North Allegheny’s Percise Colon intercepts a pass over Mt. Lebanon’s Mason Ventrone during the second quarter Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, in McCandless.
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Jeannetteճ Jackson Pruitt breaks the tackle of Springdaleճ Demitri Fritch in the first quarter at Springdaleճ Veteran Memorial Stadium Friday. Sept 20, 2019.
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Ligonier Valley’s Cage Dowden runs the ball as West Shamokin’s Dylan Wolfe runs for the tackle during WPIAL football on Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 at Ligonier Valley.
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North Catholic’s Anthony Serventi blocks a pass intended for Derry’s Tanner Nicely during a game Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, at Mars.
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Avonworth’s Drew Harper stiff-arms Apollo Ridge’s Jacob Fello after intercepting Fello Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 at Avonworth High School.
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Elizabeth Forward’s Nicholas Hunnell runs against Quaker Valley during their game Sept. 20, 2019, at Elizabeth Forward.
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Springdaleճ Gio Savko and Andrew Harmon tackle Jeannetteճ Imani Sanders in the second half at Springdaleճ Veteran Memorial Stadium Friday. Sept 20, 2019.
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West Greene’s Ben Jackson beats the tackle of Monessen’s Isaiah Beltram Sept. 20, 2019, at Monessen.

TribLIVE’s sports reporters have you covered from Friday’s Week 4 high school football action.

GAMES OF THE WEEK

NORTH CATHOLIC 13, DERRY 3

North Catholic quarterback Zack Rocco tossed two touchdown passes, and the defense limited Derry’s ground attack to 64 yards.

AVONWORTH 42, APOLLO-RIDGE 14

Behind a rushing attack that totaled 271 yards and five touchdowns, the Antelopes kept their unblemished record alive.

NORTH ALLEGHENY 40, MT. LEBANON 14

North Allegheny’s Percise Colon rushed for 150 yards and two first-half touchdowns.

ALLEGHENY/REGION

CENTRAL CATHOLIC 45, BETHEL PARK 14

MOON 49, CHARTIERS VALLEY 18

ALIQUIPPA 40, BEAVER FALLS 0

SOUTH SIDE BEAVER 42, BURGETTSTOWN 9

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

CANON-McMILLAN 21, HEMPFIELD 12

PINE-RICHLAND 46, NORWIN 0

LATROBE 34, CONNELLSVILLE 27

• GREENSBURG SALEM 47, LAUREL HIGHLANDS 27

• BELLE VERNON 61, INDIANA 7

DEER LAKES 29, MT. PLEASANT 26

BURRELL 40, YOUGH 6

SOUTHMORELAND 62, BROWNSVILLE 21

JEANNETTE 43, SPRINGDALE 0

• GREENSBURG CENTRAL CATHOLIC 41, IMANI CHRISTIAN 0

WEST GREENE 49, MONESSEN 24

• MASSILLON WASHINGTON (Ohio) 42, PENN-TRAFFORD 21

LIGONIER VALLEY 54, WEST SHAMOKIN 7

ELIZABETH FORWARD 42, QUAKER VALLEY 6

SATURDAY

• Franklin Regional @ Shaler (1 p.m.)

ALLE-KISKI VALLEY

• McKEESPORT 62, PLUM 40

FOX CHAPEL 16, HAMPTON 13

• PENN HILLS 7, KISKI AREA 3

• HIGHLANDS 27, BEAVER 0

• KNOCH 34, AMBRIDGE 6

• FREEPORT 56, UNIONTOWN 14

STEEL VALLEY 19, VALLEY 7

SATURDAY

• Leechburg @ Riverview (Noon)

OTHER SCORES

Scores, summaries and schedules: Sept. 20, 2019

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Top passers, rushers and receivers of the week

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