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WPIAL football Week 6 results

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Louis B. Ruediger | Tribune-Review
Deer Lakes Aris Hasley is presured by Freeport defenders in the forth quarter at Freeport Area Athletic Stadium Friday. Oct 4, 2019.
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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Central Valley’s Ameer Dudley carries past Thomas Jefferson’s Nathan Werderber during the second quarter of their game Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, in Center.
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Shane Dunlap | Tribune-Review
Franklin Regional’s Justin Johns runs the ball against Gateway during WPIAL football on Friday night, Oct. 4, 2019 at Gateway Senior High School in Monroeville.
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Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Mars’ Zach Schlegel breaks up a pass intended for North Hills’ Thomas McDonough in the fourth quarter Friday, Oct. 4, 2019 at Martorelli Stadium.
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Kelly Vernon | For the Daily Courier
Burrell’s Zach Miller (24) and Mt. Pleasant’s Brady Johnson (5) compete Oct. 4, 2019, at Mt. Pleasant.
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Ben Bamford | Mon Valley Independent
West Greene’s Ben Jackson (34) hurdles California’s Nathan O’Savage (21) during their game Oct. 4, 2019, at West Greene.

TribLIVE’s sports reporters have you covered from Friday’s Week 6 high school football action.

GAMES OF THE WEEK

GATEWAY 31, FRANKLIN REGIONAL 0

The Gators rolled to their third win in the past two seasons over the Panthers.

FREEPORT 40, DEER LAKES 21

Senior running back Ricky Hunter had 169 yards of total offense and two touchdowns.

THOMAS JEFFERSON 28, VALLEY 3

Thomas Jefferson’s Dylan Mallozzi rushed for 157 yards and three touchdowns.

ALLEGHENY/REGION

MOON 21, PETERS TOWNSHIP 13

MARS 14, NORTH HILLS 7

BALDWIN 23, WEST ALLEGHENY 0

NORTH CATHOLIC 12, ELIZABETH FORWARD 7

BEAVER FALLS 34, KEYSTONE OAKS 21

WEST GREENE 35, CALIFORNIA 0

MT. LEBANON 28, UPPER ST. CLAIR 14

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

• CENTRAL CATHOLIC 28, NORWIN 14

SENECA VALLEY 19, HEMPFIELD 0

PENN-TRAFFORD 39, LATROBE 7

• BELLE VERNON 28, TRINITY 7

GREENSBURG SALEM 13, WEST MIFFLIN 10

MT. PLEASANT 34, BURRELL 18

• DERRY 52, UNIONTOWN 7

CHARLEROI 28, SOUTHMORELAND 7

• CHARTIERS-HOUSTON 21, MONESSEN 19

• GREENSBURG CENTRAL CATHOLIC 47, MAPLETOWN 27

• ALIQUIPPA 67, YOUGH 0

LIGONIER VALLEY 46, MARION CENTER 0

Saturday

Jeannette @ OLSH, 7 p.m.

ALLE-KISKI VALLEY

MONTOUR 17, HIGHLANDS 0

SOUTH FAYETTE 42, KNOCH 7

APOLLO-RIDGE 35, VALLEY 28

FOX CHAPEL 35, CONNELLSVILLE 20

• FRAZIER 20, LEECHBURG 13

• SPRINGDALE 55, NORTHGATE 14

• RIVERVIEW 34, JEFFERSON-MORGAN 14

• PLUM 30, WEIRTON WEIR (W.Va.) 27

• WOODLAND HILLS 28, KISKI AREA 2

OTHER SCORES

Scores, summaries and schedules: Oct.4, 2019

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Top passers, rushers and receivers of the week

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