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WPIAL football Week 7 results

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Freeportճ Ricky Hunter attempt to break the tackle of Burrellճ Trent Volochik during the second half at Burrell High School Friday. Oct 11, 2019.
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Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
West Greene’s Kolin Walker carries the ball during a game against Clairton on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019 at Clairton.
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Ken Reabe Jr. | For the Tribune-Review
GCC quarterback David Altimore (2) battles Jeannette’s Jackson Pruitt (15) as he runs for a 20-yard gain during the second quarter on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019 in Carbon.
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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Upper St. Clair’s Jaden Keating is tackled for a loss by Moon’s Dalton Dobyns during the second quarter Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, in Moon.
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Bob Smith | For the Mon Valley Independent
Monessen’s Darius Stevenson runs against Mapletown on Oct. 11, 2019 at Monessen.
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Ben Bamford | Mon Valley Independent
Elizabeth Forward’s Nicholas Hunnell (32) runs the ball past a Mt. Pleasant defender on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019.
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Mike Darnay | Mon Valley Independent
Belle Vernon’s Dakota Marion kneels over West Mifflin’s Tayshawn McMillan on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, at Belle Vernon.

TribLIVE’s sports reporters have you covered from Friday’s Week 7 high school football action.

GAMES OF THE WEEK

JEANNETTE 40, GREENSBURG CENTRAL CATHOLIC 14

Jeannette’s senior running back scored five touchdowns and rushed for 217 yards

BURRELL 36, FREEPORT 35 (OT)

With the game on the line, senior Zach Miller ran a whip route across the goal line and junior quarterback Alex Arledge hit him right on the numbers to push the Bucs ahead and escape with a 36-35 Big East Conference victory over Freeport in front of a packed house.

MOON 20, UPPER ST. CLAIR 6

Moon’s defense sacked USC quarterback Ethan Dahlem four times and intercepted him twice.

ALLEGHENY/REGION

PINE-RICHLAND 41, MT. LEBANON 0

BALDWIN 31,BETHEL PARK 28 (2 OT)

• PENN HILLS 43, SHALER 14

AVONWORTH 35, EAST ALLEGHENY 7

RIVERSIDE 49, ELLWOOD CITY 28

CORNELL 33, LAUREL 21

CLAIRTON 49, WEST GREENE 7

Saturday

• Fort Cherry @ Shady Side Academy (2:30 p.m.)

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

NORTH ALLEGHENY 62, HEMPFIELD 35

CANON-McMILLAN 49, NORWIN 14

FRANKLIN REGIONAL 35, CONNELLSVILLE 7

LATROBE 28, PLUM 20

• GREENSBURG SALEM 37, RINGGOLD 0

BELLE VERNON 17, WEST MIFFLIN 7

ELIZABETH FORWARD 24, MT. PLEASANT 0

DERRY 42, YOUGH 6

MONESSEN 24, MAPLETOWN 8

• SHENANGO 42, SOUTHMORELAND 26

• PENN-TRAFFORD 55, TRINITY 14

• LIGONIER VALLEY 42, NORTHERN CAMBRIA 7

ALLE-KISKI VALLEY

• FOX CHAPEL 30, MARS 28

• NEW CASTLE 34, KNOCH 7

• SOUTH FAYETTE 21, HIGHLANDS 18

STEEL VALLEY 20, APOLLO-RIDGE 14

LEECHBRUG 31, IMANI CHRISTIAN 6

SPRINGDALE 33, RIVERVIEW 0

• KEYSTONE OAKS 42, DEER LAKES 14

• McKEESPORT 46, KISKI AREA 0

Saturday

• Valley @ Summit Academy (12:30 p.m.)

OTHER SCORES

Scores, summaries and schedules: Oct. 12, 2019

WPIAL Class 5A roundup

WPIAL Class 4A roundup

WPIAL Class 3A roundup

WPIAL Class 2A roundup

WPIAL Class 1A roundup

WEEK 7 TOP PERFORMERS

Top passers, rushers and receivers of the week

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