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Alle-Kiski roundup: Freeport girls soccer gets key victory

Mike Cronin
| Monday, September 29, 2014 10:48 p.m
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Freeport's Topanga Christie (4) defends against Deer Lakes' (27) Kayda Burek during the first half Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, at Freeport High School.

Kaylee Comperatore scored two goals, leading the Freeport girls soccer team to a 4-0 victory over Deer Lakes in Section 2-AA on Monday afternoon.

Macy Crytzer and Olivia Gaspersic added goals for the Yellowjackets (8-4-2, 6-2-2), who remain in third place in the section.

Comperatore, a freshman, leads Freeport with 10 goals. The Yellowjackets also recorded their fourth shutout of the season and second against Deer Lakes.

Knoch 6, Highlands 4 — Marley Gordon tallied a hat trick to lead Knoch (9-4, 7-2) in Section 2-AA. Kaelyn Oskin added two goals, and Saige Robertson scored another. Maddie Abriatis had three assists for the Knights. Bailey Gizienski made six saves for Knoch, which is in second place in the section.

Riverview 8, Jeannette 0 — Gretchen Loeffler had three goals and two assists in leading Riverview to a Section 4-A victory. Carrigan Sebastian added two goals for the Raiders (5-4-1, 5-4-1), who also got goals from Nikki Polens, Nicole Munion and Taylor Binz. Hannah Larkin and Sadie Buchser split time in goal to record the shutout.

Shady Side Academy 1, Springdale 0 — Allison Seiler made seven saves, but Springdale (7-5, 7-4) fell to Class AA No. 2 Shady Side Academy (10-3, 9-2) in a Section 4-A game.

Kittanning 1, Redbank Valley 1 — Kylie Hagofsky scored a goal, and Elise Hulings made nine saves as Kittanning (2-6-1) tied Redbank Valley (5-5-1) in a nonsection game.

Girls tennis

Valley 4, Burrell 1 — Valley finished its first section championship since 2011 with a victory over rival Burrell. Emily Armstrong, Catherine Armstrong and Hannah Albright won in singles, and the No. 1 doubles team of Anna Alfera and Amanda Carson also triumphed.

Kittanning 4, Highlands 1 — Kittanning (7-4, 6-3) clinched its first WPIAL playoff appearance since 2006 with a victory over Highlands. Ashleigh Bowser and Bailey Dunmire won at Nos. 2 and 3 singles, respectively, for the Wildcats. The doubles teams of Becca Walker and Tatum Cravener and Emily Fries and Lindsey Moore also won.

Girls volleyball

Knoch 3, Hampton 0 — Class AA Knoch defeated Class AAA foe Hampton in a nonsection match. Kattie Bozzo had 14 digs and 10 kills to lead the Knights (8-2). Taylor Lesseski had 12 service points, and Kiley Hajek had eight kills and five blocks.

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