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Connellsville trips Penn-Trafford in OT

| Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009

Connellsville's Ally Panzella scored the game-winning goal 2:18 into overtime in a 3-2 victory over Yough on Monday in a Section 6-AAA girls soccer match.

Connellsville received goals from Jeanna Luczka and Laci Rosensteel. Kristen Brown and Taylor Hampshire answered with goals for Yough.

Norwin 8, Greensburg Salem 0 — First place Norwin (4-0, 6-1) rolled to an easy victory against winless Greensburg Salem (0-4, 0-4-1) in a Section 1-AAA match.

Southmoreland 6, Laurel Highlands 1 — Andrea Wisineski scored five goals to put Southmoreland into a commanding lead over Laurel Highlands in a Section 1-AA game. Alecia Byers scored the Scotties' other goal.

Girls golf

Franklin Regional 189, Mt. Pleasant 194 — Natalie Salerno shot a team-low 43 to lead Franklin Regional to a Section I girls victory. Mt. Pleasant's Megan Smith shot a match-low 40.

Penn-Trafford 168, Indiana 217 — Penn-Trafford's Brittany Borkovich shot a game-low 38 to lead Penn-Trafford to a Section I victory over Indiana. Mia Barchetti added a 40 for Penn-Trafford..

Girls tennis

Latrobe 3, Indiana 0 — Joelle Kissell, Stacia Kissell and Julia DeFabo won in singles for Latrobe before rain washed out the doubles matches.

Penn-Trafford 5, Connellsville 0 — Shelby Riazzi, Nicole Paul and Amber Phillips won in singles, as Penn-Trafford rolled to a Section 1-AAA victory.

Mt. Pleasant 5, Jeannette 0 — Jessica Temple and Kelsey Porter won in the first-doubles match, as Mt. Pleasant scored a Section 1-AA victory over Jeannette.

Greensburg Central Catholic 4, Derry 1 — GCC's Breanna Hauser and Alie Perz won in second doubles to help the Centurions down Derry.

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