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Hopewell rebounds to beat Montour

| Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007

Hopewell recovered from a loss and a tie in its past two games to defeat, 4-1, Montour in WPIAL Section 4-AAA girls soccer. Hopewell improved to 4-1-1. Montour has lost two of its past three games after losing its first two.

Pine-Richland 1, North Allegheny 0 Freshman Stacey Weismann scored as time expired in double overtime Wednesday night to lead Pine-Richland (6-0, 4-0) to a victory in WPIAL Section 2-AAA girls soccer. North Allegheny fell to 1-4-1, 0-2-1.

Mt. Lebanon 7, Baldwin 1 Mt. Lebanon (6-1, 5-0) was led by forward Jackie Molinda, who scored two goals and recorded an assist against Baldwin (3-4, 1-4) in Section 4-AAA. Goalkeeper Lori Banky had five saves for Mt. Lebanon.

Hampton 10, Ellwood City 0 Hampton (5-2, 3-0) was led by midfielder Mallory Schaffer, who scored three goals in a win against Ellwood City (0-5, 0-4) in Section 7-AAA. Midfielders Christina Celin and Jodi Pelusi each scored two goals.

Steel Valley 5, Monessen 0 Steel Valley (6-2, 4-1) defeated Monessen (2-4-1, 1-3) in a Section 6-AA game that was scoreless at the half. Midfielder Nicole Drane scored three goals and midfielder Erin Feltz added two. Freshman goalkeeper Trish Douglass made five saves to record the shutout.

Norwin 8, Greensburg Salem 0 Visiting Norwin improved to 5-0, including 4-0 in WPIAL Section 1-AAA girls soccer, when Jessica Sharik scored three goals in a victory over Greensburg Salem on Wednesday night. Greensburg Salem fell to 0-4.

Penn-Trafford 7, Hempfield 0 Brittany Contacos scored three goals for Penn-Trafford (5-2, 4-0) as it blanked Hempfield in Section 1-AAA. Deanna Rowe added two goals for Penn-Trafford.

Southmoreland 5, Latrobe 1 Rochelle Thompson scored two goals for Southmoreland as it defeated Latrobe in Section 1-AAA.

Connellsville 4, Laurel Highlands 0 Kylee Heck scored two goals as Connellsville blanked Laurel Highlands in Section 6-AAA.

Greensburg Central Catholic 10, Charleroi 1 Nicole Petrillo scored four goals for GCC as it rolled to a Section 6-AA victory against Charleroi. Rachel Sebbens added three goals for GCC.

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