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WPIAL football Week 5 results

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Central Catholic quarter back Dom Pieto throws against Pine Richland Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 at CMU.
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Moon’s Jeremiah Dean pulls down Bethel Park’s Dominic Esposito during a game Friday, Sept. 27, 2019, at Bethel Park.
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North Allegheny’s Khalil Dinkins catches a touchdown pass over Seneca Valley’s Ethan West during the second quarter Friday, Sept. 27, 2019, at Nextier Stadium in Jackson.
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Deer Lakes Issaha Yoder drives for yardage against the Burrell defenders Friday. Sept 27, 2019.
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McGuffey’s Marshall Whipkey dives for the down against Southmoreland defenders on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 in WPIAL football at Southmoreland High School’s Russ Grim Field.
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Kiski Area’s Luke Lander (6) finds some running room against Hampton Sept. 27, 2019 at Hampton.
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Mt. Pleasant’s Jacob Johnson looks for a rushing lane against North Catholic on Sept. 27, 2019, at Mt. Pleasant.

TribLIVE’s sports reporters have you covered from Friday’s Week 5 high school football action.

GAMES OF THE WEEK

McGUFFEY 55, SOUTHMORELAND 28

The Scotties, on the verge of a WPIAL playoff appearance for the first time in 40 years, went score-for-score with visiting McGuffey until it all unraveled in the fourth quarter.


BURRELL 16, DEER LAKES 14

Ssenior running back Mikey Scherer carried the ball 33 times for 144 yards and two touchdowns.

CENTRAL CATHOLIC 29, PINE-RICHLAND 7

Pine-Richland’s defense entered allowing less than a touchdown a week but Central Catholic tripled that average in the second quarter alone.

ALLEGHENY/REGION

NORTH ALLEGHENY 40, SENECA VALLEY 7

GATEWAY 40, NORTH HILLS 7

BETHEL PARK 23, MOON 16

MARS 34, SHALER 20

BRENTWOOD 28, SOUTH SIDE BEAVER 13

OUR LADY of the SACRED HEART 41, LAUREL 33

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

NORWIN 49, BUTLER 21

MT. LEBANON 31, HEMPFIELD 17

MCKEESPORT 34, LATROBE 14

• PENN-TRAFFORD 47, PLUM 17

BELLE VERNON 43, GREENSBURG SALEM 3

DERRY 26, ELIZABETH FORWARD 17

FREEPORT 50, YOUGH 14

NORTH CATHOLIC 42, MT. PLEASANT 28

GREENSBURG CENTRAL CATHOLIC 33, SPRINGDALE 7

MONESSESN 60, BENTWORTH 3

• JEANNETTE 49, BROWNSVILLE 0

• LIGONIER VALLEY 14, PURCHASE LINE 0

Saturday

• Serra Catholic @ Burgettstown, 1:30 p.m.

ALLE-KISKI VALLEY

• KISKI AREA 21, HAMPTON 17

HIGHLANDS 33, AMBRIDGE 0

MONTOUR 14, KNOCH 7

• Shady Side Academy @ Apollo-Ridge (FORFEIT)

• CLAIRTON 48, LEECHBURG 14

• UPPER ST. CLAIR 42, FOX CHAPEL 0

• FREEDOM 14, VALLEY 10

Saturday

• Imani Christian @ Riverview (Noon)

OTHER SCORES

Scores, summaries and schedules: Sep. 27, 2019

WPIAL Class 5A roundup

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WPIAL Class 1A roundup

WEEK 5 TOP PERFORMERS

Top passers, rushers and receivers of the week

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