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WPIAL Playoffs second round results — Nov. 8, 2019

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Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
North Allegheny’s Khalil Dinkins (8) pulls down a catch behind Pine-Richland’s Levi Wentz (16) during a WPIAL Class 6A semifinal game Nov. 8, 2019 at Pine-Richland.
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Central Valley’s Bret FitzSimmons carries the ball during the WPIAL Class 3A semifinals against Derry on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, at North Allegheny.
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Belle Vernon’s Larry Callaway tries to break a tackle against South Fayette in a WPIAL Class 4A semifinal Friday, Nov. 8, 2019.
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Upper St. Clairճ Ethan Dehlem (4) pitches the ball during their game against Penn-Trafford at West Mifflin High School on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019.
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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Peters Twp.’s Donovan McMillon recovers a fumble by Moon’s Jeremiah Dean during their WPIAL Class 5A quarterfinal Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, at West Allegheny High School.
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Shane Dunlap | Tribune-Review
Penn Hills’ Eddie McKissick runs the ball as McKeesport’s Resean Skinner (30) dives for an attempted tackle during WPIAL class 5A playoffs on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019 at Hempfield Area High School’s stadium.
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Central Catholicճ Edward Tillman breaks the tackle of Mt. Lebanonճ Sam LaSota during the first half of the second round Class 6A play offs Friday. Nov8, 2019, at Fox Chapel High School.

TribLIVE’s sports reporters have you covered from Friday’s WPIAL high school football playoff action.

GAMES OF THE WEEK

• PENN-TRAFFORD 31, UPPER ST. CLAIR 7 @ West Mifflin

After the Warriors gave up the lead early in the third quarter of Friday’s WPIAL Class 5A quarterfinal, Ethan Carr returned the ensuing kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown, and the Warriors scored 28 consecutive points.

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PETERS TOWNSHIP 33, MOON 7 @ West Allegheny

Josh Casilli and Ryan Magiske each scored twice Friday night as No. 5 Peters Township defeated No. 4 Moon, 33-7, in a WPIAL Class 5A quarterfinal at West Allegheny.

ALLEGHENY/REGION

CENTRAL CATHOLIC 31, MT. LEBANON 14 @ Fox Chapel

PINE-RICHLAND 49, NORTH ALLEGHENY 14

GATEWAY 17, BETHEL PARK 13 @ Norwin

McKEESPORT 35, PENN HILLS 20 @ Hempfield

THOMAS JEFFERSON 49, BLACKHAWK 0 @ Chartiers Valley

ALIQUIPPA 21, SOUTH PARK 7 @ North Hills

WASHINGTON 28, FREEDOM 0 @ Canon-McMillan

BRENTWOOD 20, NESHANNOCK 0 @ Freedom

AVONWORTH 38, NEW BRIGHTON 13 @ Ambridge

RIVERSIDE 41, McGUFFEY 27 @ Montour

CLAIRTON 39, CORNELL 0 @ Chartiers-Houston

STO-ROX 24, WEST GREENE 7 @ Trinity

Saturday

• Bellwood-Antis at Ligonier Valley (7 p.m.)

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

CENTRAL VALLEY 42, DERRY 7 @ North Allegheny

BELLE VERNON 41, SOUTH FAYETTE 30 @ Peters Township

OTHER SCORES

Scores, summaries and schedules: Nov. 8, 2019

WEEK 11 TOP PERFORMERS

Top passers, rushers and receivers of the week

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