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Riverview, Fox Chapel set for playoffs

Bill Beckner Jr.
| Monday, Oct. 13, 2008

Four matches at Oakmont Country Club this year have turned the Riverview golf team into a competitive bunch.

The Riverview boys and Fox Chapel girls will compete for titles today at the WPIAL team championships at 10 a.m. at Cedarbrook Golf Course near Belle Vernon.

Riverview finished third at the Division II semifinal at Hiland Golf Course in Butler, shooting 412, 18 shots behind defending WPIAL champion Sewickley Academy.

Top players for the Raiders include juniors Dave Mullen and sophomore Brian Hunzeker, among others.

Fox Chapel, which finished third in the WPIAL last season behind Mt. Lebanon and Peters Township, is led by the Luttner sisters, Nadia and Katerina.

Nadia won the WPIAL individual title last week at Valley Brook Country Club.

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