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WPIAL football Week 8 results

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Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
Quaker Valley’s Cade Dale carries the ball during a game against Hopewell on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019, at Quaker Valley.
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Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
North Hills’ Curtis Foskey cuts through the Shaler Area defense Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 at Martorelli Stadium.
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Nate Smallwood | Tribune-Review
Highlands’ Brock White (22) rushes the ball against New Castle during their game on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019.
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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Peters Twp.’s Donovan McMillon blocks a punt by Bethel Park’s Austin Cortopassi during the first quarter Friday, Oct. 18, 2019, at Bethel Park High School.
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Kelly Vernon | For the Daily Courier
Freeport’s Ben Lane competes against Mt. Pleasant on Oct. 18, 2019, at Mt. Pleasant.
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Shane Dunlap | Tribune-Review
McKeesport’s Devari Robinson navigates the field with the ball searching for an opening as Franklin Regional defender Luke Reppermund attempts to make contact Friday night, Oct. 18, 2019 in WPIAL football at Franklin Regional Senior High School.

TribLIVE’s sports reporters have you covered from Friday’s Week 8 high school football action.

GAMES OF THE WEEK

McKEESPORT 31, FRANKLIN REGIONAL 14

McKeesport played a near-perfect first half, scoring in its first three possessions.

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HIGHLANDS 28, NEW CASTLE 22 (OT)

Brock White was stopped short of the end zone on his 2-point conversion attempt after the Golden Rams OT score, so Highlands was tasked with protecting a six-point lead.

PETERS TOWNSHIP 30, BETHEL PARK 7

Given a short field multiple times, Peters Township finished scoring drives of 24, 37 and 37 yards, and also returned a kickoff for a touchdown.

ALLEGHENY/REGION

PINE-RICHLAND 35, SENECA VALLEY 21

CENTRAL CATHOLIC 30, CANON-McMILLAN 0 (at Shaler)

GATEWAY 48, CONNELLSVILLE 7

NORTH HILLS 19, SHALER 12

HOPEWELL 41, QUAKER VALLEY 28

BURGETTSTOWN 15, BRENTWOOD 13

CALIFORNIA 40, CHARTIERS-HOUSTON 12

NESHANNOCK 36, WESTERN BEAVER 0

Saturday

• Steel Valley @ Summit Academy, 12:30 p.m.

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

• HEMPFIELD 56, BUTLER 28

MT. LEBANON 45, NORWIN 16

THOMAS JEFFERSON 42, GREENSBURG SALEM 0

DERRY 42, DEER LAKES 0

MT. PLEASANT 35, FREEPORT 7

• NORTH CATHOLIC 48, YOUGH 13

WASHINGTON 44, SOUTHMORELAND 16

• JEANNETTE 61, RIVERVIEW

• BELLE VERNON 58, PLUM 17

• CORNELL 8, GREENSBURG CENTRAL CATHOLIC 0 (OT)

• LATROBE 35, MIDD-WEST 7

• ROCHESTER 24, MONESSEN 6

PENN-TRAFFORD 56, HAMPTON 7

LIGONIER VALLEY 58, BLAIRSVILLE 13

ALLE-KISKI VALLEY

FOX CHAPEL 41, ARMSTRONG 14

KISKI AREA 10, MARS 7

CLAIRTON 43, SPRINGDALE 7

• LEECHBURG 46, BENTWORTH 13

• BURRELL 58, WAYNESBURG 34

• APOLLO-RIDGE 27, FREEDOM 19

• KNOCH 17, TRINITY 14

• RIVERSIDE 24, VALLEY 14

OTHER SCORES

Scores, summaries and schedules: Oct. 18, 2019

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