Highschool roundup for Sept. 28, 2022: Mt. Lebanon women soccer maintains high spot in part

September 29, 2022


Wednesday, September 28, 2022 | 11:51 PM

Melia Peer and Leah Kessler scored to guide Mt. Lebanon to a 2-1 victory over Canon-McMillan in Part 2-4A women soccer Wednesday.

The Blue Devils (10-1-1, 8-1) stayed in first place within the part, forward of Peters Township (7-1-2, 6-1-1), which had its match with Bethel Park postponed by an influence outage. Lilly Bane scored for Canon-McMillan (4-5-2, 4-4-1).

Avonworth 2, Hopewell 1 – Gianna Babusci and Katie Petrina scored to guide Avonworth (10-2, 6-1) previous Hopewell (2-7-1, 2-4-1) in Part 1-2A. Angela Campbell scored for Hopewell.

Beaver 2, Central Valley 0 – Hailey Tooch and Abigail Noah had been the aim scorers as Beaver (5-3-2, 3-3-1) defeated Central Valley (3-7, 2-5) in Part 1-2A. Ana Avdellas recorded 4 saves for the shutout.

Belle Vernon 3, Laurel Highlands 1 – Ava Scalise, Farrah Reader and Sammy Mincone scored as Belle Vernon (4-6-1, 3-5) defeated Laurel Highlands (6-5, 4-5) in Part 2-3A.

Burrell 5, Highlands 2 – Ali Hughes scored twice and Miley Kariotis added a aim as Burrell (7-2-2, 5-2-1) beat Highlands (0-9, 0-6) in Part 2-2A. Lilly Householder and Andi Householder additionally scored for Burrell.

Chartiers-Houston 9, Charleroi 3 – Lexi Durkacs had 4 objectives whereas Ava Capozzoli, Amelia Brose, Mia Reddix and Ali Winngard additionally scored as Chartiers-Houston (10-2, 7-1) beat Charleroi (5-6, 4-4) in Part 2-A. McKenna DeUnger scored twice and Bella Carroto added one other aim for Charleroi.

Elizabeth Ahead 11, Uniontown 2 – Abby Beinlich had a hat trick and Brooklyn Baldensperger and Olivia Guadalupe scored two objectives apiece for Elizabeth Ahead (10-1, 9-0) in a Part 2-3A win over Uniontown (0-8, 0-7).

Hampton 4, Indiana 0 – Audrey Bianco, Olivia Hoffman, Sara Kenst and Madison Hurst scored to guide Hampton (9-2, 6-2) to a Part 1-3A win over Indiana (4-6-1, 3-4). Isabella English and Olivia Graswick mixed on the shutout for the Talbots.

Keystone Oaks 8, Brownsville 1 – Kiera Hathaway, Becca Simon and Aly Simon scored two objectives apiece to guide Keystone Oaks (7-3-1, 4-1-1) previous Brownsville (0-6, 0-5) in Part 4-2A. Anika Loper and Maddie Arment additionally scored for the Golden Eagles.

Kiski Space 9, Obama Academy 0 – Camryn Kunz and Riley Koziatek every scored two objectives to guide Kiski Space (5-5-1, 3-4) to a shutout win towards Obama Academy (0-9, 0-7) in Part 1-3A. Bryanna Finney, Devan Sonafelt, Alexis Zidek, Rachel Spaniel and Kayla Mull every added a aim for Kiski.

Knoch 7, Apollo-Ridge 0 – The Knights (8-3-1, 4-1-1) stored tempo on the high in Part 2-2A with a shutout of the Vikings (1-6, 1-6) at Deer Lakes. Knoch led 4-0 at halftime. Megan Vasas recorded a hat trick, and Macrina Robb scored a aim and assisted on two others. Kam Burtner contributed a aim and an help, Brooke Galcik and Bella Oskin every tallied a aim, and Jess McCalip and Paige Rodgers assisted on scores for the Knights, who ran their unbeaten streak to 4 video games. Hannah Klemm earned a clear sheet with 4 saves.

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Mars 11, Armstrong 0 – Piper Coffield recorded a hat trick and Addison Girwood added two objectives to guide Mars (9-0, 8-0) to a Part 1-3A victory towards Armstrong (3-9, 1-7). Julia Gagon, Rosie Pelegrino, Reese Dunaway, Alexis Cashdollar, Gabby Gage and Meredith Ashbough additionally scored for the Fightin’ Planets.

Moon 7, Chartiers Valley 0 – Hailey Longwell scored 4 objectives and had an help to guide Moon (10-0, 7-0) to a Part 4-3A win over Chartiers Valley (5-6, 2-5). Marina Mollica, Syd Felton and Elizabeth Gallup additionally scored and Tessa Romah completed with two assists for the Tigers.

Mt. Nice 15, East Allegheny 0 – Jaden Kantorik scored a hat trick whereas Marissa Garn and Adi Belanger every scored twice as Mt. Nice (9-0, 5-0) rolled towards East Allegheny (0-9, 0-6) in Part 3-2A. Camden McCormick, Maddie Barrick, Rylin Bugosh, Lainey Brown and Riley and Morgan Gesinski every scored for the Vikings.

North Allegheny 4, Pine-Richland 1 – Lucia Wells had two objectives and Allie Burns and Abigail Stager additionally scored for North Allegheny (12-1, 8-1) in a Part 1-4A win over Pine-Richland (3-4-1, 3-4-1).

North Catholic 9, Ambridge 2 – Brittany Cullen scored twice and Elle McKenzie had three assists to guide North Catholic (8-1, 7-0) previous Ambridge (2-8, 0-7) in Part 1-2A. Morgan Schlegel, Chloe Karsman, Lauren MacDonald, Simone Sharpless, Peedy Mealie, Lily Karsman and Kathleen Virostek additionally scored for North Catholic.

Norwin 12, Hempfield 0 – Carmella Simco scored a pair of objectives to guide Norwin (5-4-2, 5-3-1) previous Hempfield (0-11, 0-9) in Part 2-4A. Julia Bursick, Ava Brucker, Alyssa Aquilio, Elin Bash, Reagan Casper, Hannah Amantea, Libby Hyperlink, Izzy Gribble, Gigi Fuchel and Bella Buscemi additionally scored.

Penn-Trafford 1, Franklin Regional 1 – Jess Gadagno scored the tying aim for Penn-Trafford (4-3-4, 3-2-3) with three minutes left in regulation in Part 3-3A. Sierra Todero scored within the first minute to provide Franklin Regional (6-3-2, 4-2-1) the early lead.

Plum 9, Greensburg Salem 0 – Kaitlyn Killinger and Mia Nardo every had two objectives for Plum (10-0, 8-0) in a Part 3-3A win over Greensburg Salem (3-9, 1-7).

Ringgold 10, Albert Gallatin 0 – Katelyn Ferrence scored 4 objectives and Miranda Santina, Maria Romasco and Abby Whaley every had a aim and an help for Ringgold (8-5, 5-4) in a Part 2-3A win over Albert Gallatin (0-9, 0-8). Ryan Wilson, Aubrey Esper and Elizzabeth Wilson additionally scored for the Rams.

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Seneca Valley 1, Butler 0 – Emily Stratton scored the decisive aim to guide Seneca Valley (8-0-2, 7-0-2) previous Butler (5-5, 4-4) in Part 1-4A.

Serra Catholic 8, Jeannette 0 – Lydia Reith scored seven objectives as Serra Catholic (7-4, 4-3) beat Jeannette (0-9,0-6) in Part 1-A. Hailey Rossman scored the opposite aim for Serra.

Seton LaSalle 8, Riverview 3 – In a matchup of high scorers in Part 1-A, Paige Kuisis scored six objectives in a Seton LaSalle (7-3, 5-2) victory. Lola Abraham had a hat trick for Riverview (2-5, 1-5).

Shaler 1, Allderdice 0 – Hannah Warren took a cross from Lexi Tylenda and located the again of the online 20 seconds into the sport, giving Shaler (3-7-1, 2-6) all it wanted in a Part 1-4A win towards Allderdice (4-6, 3-6).

South Park 3, West Mifflin 1 – Addison Kerr, Brooke Paylo and Cassondra O’Connor every discovered the online to carry South Park (9-3, 6-0) previous West Mifflin (3-4-1, 1-3-1) in Part 4-2A.

South Facet 7, Beth-Heart 0 – Maura Heberle netted a hat trick as South Facet (5-6) beat Beth-Heart (0-10) in nonsection play. Kayla Statler, Miladija Pavolvich, Bella Hage and Vanessa Bonchi additionally scored for the Rams.

Thomas Jefferson 6, Connellsville 0 – Emma Martinez scored twice and Abby Atkinson recorded the shutout for Thomas Jefferson (10-2, 8-1) in a Part 2-3A win over Connellsville (5-6, 5-4). Kara Day, Olivia Supp, Olivia Della Lucia and Aubrey Little additionally scored for the Jaguars.

Higher St. Clair 6, Baldwin 0 – Sierra Dupre scored a hat trick as Sam Prunzik, Lucy Volpatt and Ava Fazio every added a aim for Higher St. Clair (6-3, 6-3) in a Part 2-4A win towards Baldwin (2-9-1, 1-8).

Waynesburg 6, Bentworth 0 – Ashlyn Basinger had 5 objectives and an help and Lake Litwinovich additionally scored for Waynesburg (10-1, 8-0) in a Part 2-A win over Bentworth (3-5-1, 3-4-1).

Yough 4, Ligonier Valley 0 – In a Part 3-2A matchup, McKenzie Pritts scored two objectives to guide Yough (5-4, 4-2) to a victory over Ligonier Valley (2-8-1, 1-4). Nicky Veychek and Carli Reisinger additionally scored and Carly Fitzgibbons was in aim for the shutout for the Cougars.

Area hockey

Penn-Trafford 3, Aquinas Academy 2 – Ava Hershberger scored twice and Rillie Moors added a aim to guide Penn-Trafford to a nonsection win towards Aquinas Academy.

Peters Township 6, Higher St. Clair 0 – Maddy Holmes scored a aim and had two assists and Anna Kokoszynski scored a aim and had an help as Peters Township shut out Higher St. Clair in a nonsection match. Ella Liebscher and Serafina Forlini scored for Peters.

Women volleyball

Central Valley 3, OLSH 0 – Alyssa Porter had two aces, 13 kills and 11 digs, Ava Weber had 20 digs, and Taylor Godshall had 13 kills as Central Valley swept a Part 4-2A match towards OLSH.

Knoch 3, New Fortress 0 – Megan Miller had 9 service factors whereas Jess Farbacher had seven kills and Alyssa Gallagher added six kills as Knoch swept New Fortress in a Part 4-3A match.

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Women tennis part doubles

Part 1-3A – A pair of Franklin Regional doubles groups — Lucy Zheng and Michelle Yan and Ellen Liu and Hannah Zheng — superior to the semifinals. Lucy Zheng and Yan will face high seed Avery Massaro and Taylor Shanefelter of Latrobe. Hannah Zheng and Liu will play Kiski Space’s Olivia Orowitz and Lexi Colianni. The semifinals, finals and third-place comfort match are scheduled for Thursday at Franklin Regional. In Class 3A, the highest 4 groups qualify for the WPIAL match.

Part 3-3A – Shady Facet Academy’s Rachel Nath and Nichole Poltinnikov defeated Fox Chapel’s Chanel Brun and Sienna Siegel, 7-5, 6-1, within the championship match. Maya Leyzarovich and Lizzie Uhlman of Shady Facet Academy gained the comfort match, 7-5, 6-2, over Baldwin’s Gabi Moder and Emma Overlingas. All 4 groups certified for the WPIAL match.

Part 1-2A – The highest 4 seeds — Sasha Hoffman and Gigi Pediconi of Greensburg Central Catholic, Anna Buterbaugh and Tess Kuzneski of Indiana, Elisabeth Irvin and Marissa Barca of Valley and Sophia Smithnosky and Emily Marne of Mt. Nice — superior to the semifinals. Hoffman and Pediconi play Buterbaugh and Kuzenski. Irvin and Barca face Smithnosky and Marne. The semifinals, finals and comfort match are scheduled for Thursday at Valley. In Class 2A, the highest three groups advance to the WPIAL match.

Part 2-2A – The highest two seeds performed a hard-fought championship match with No. 2 Kaitlyn Kuczinski and Delaney Fox of Chartiers Valley defeating Haley Spitznagel and Grace Kempton of South Park, 7-5, 6-4. Ava Rongaus and Larissa Mannheimer of South Park beat Milla Kanakchieva and Mackenzie Maga of Chartiers Valley in a carefully contested third-place match, 6-3, 7-6 (2), to succeed in the WPIAL match.

Part 3-2A – Each of Knoch’s doubles groups — Ally Bauer and Lindey Greb and Ava Santora and Jade Nether — superior to the semifinals. Bauer and Greb will face Grace Stitt and Heidi Kroenberg of Hampton. Santora and Nether will play North Catholic’s Riley Pyland and Katie Hardy.

Part 4-2A – Prime seeds Chloe DeSanzo and Anna Mrkonja of Beaver and Rayna Thakkar and Gwyn Belt of Sewickley Academy superior to Thursday’s finals. Neshannock’s Elena Noga and Lindsey City face off with Rachel Hardek and Lana Gagne of Central Valley within the comfort match with the winner advancing to the WPIAL match.

Part 5-2A – Prime-seeded Peja Cruise and Chloe Sadowski of Montour superior to the finals to face second-seeded Joyce Olawaiyeand Loren Barnes of Quaker Valley on Thursday. Keystone Oaks’ Polia Vladeva and Julia Samarin will play Montour’s Mackenzie Frederick and Samantha Boyle within the comfort match.