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Class AAA roundup

The Tribune-Review
| Saturday, October 8, 2005 12:00 a.m

Dustin Dean rushed for 192 yards and scored two touchdowns on 28 carries to lead No. 2 West Mifflin (7-0, 4-0) over Peters Township (3-4, 1-3), 14-6, on Saturday in a Big Seven Conference matchup. Dean scored on runs of 55 and 42 yards. Rich Castagna scored Peters Township’s only touchdown on a 37-yard punt return. The extra-point attempt was blocked. West Mifflin committed three turnovers.

Pine-Richland 28, Keystone Oaks 27 — No. 4 Pine-Richland (6-1, 3-1) won its second consecutive overtime victory with a win over Keystone Oaks (3-4, 2-3) in the Greater Allegheny Conference. Keystone Oaks’ two-point conversion in the extra period failed. Jake Long completed 10 of 20 passes for 203 yards and four touchdowns for Pine-Richland. Matt Gray had two catches for 109 yards, including an 84-yard touchdown pass from Long.

Franklin Regional 47, Knoch 15 — Robby Armstrong rushed for 168 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 3 Franklin Regional (6-1, 4-1) over Knoch (2-5, 1-3) in the Greater Allegheny Conference. Armstrong scored on runs of 10 and 9 yards. Knoch had no rushing yards until the fourth quarter.

Yough 35, Albert Gallatin 0 — Justin Schaffer completed 12 of 20 passes for two touchdowns and 214 yards to lead host Yough (6-1, 5-0) over Albert Gallatin (3-4, 3-2) in a Keystone Conference matchup. He completed touchdown passes of 54 and 34 yards to Cody Wilson and Craig Sedunov respectively. Wilson also had rushing touchdowns of 4 and 10 yards. Sedunov also threw a 17-yard pass for another score to Tom Burkett.

Hampton 41, Ambridge 26 — Bob Bartley and Steve Paskorz each scored two rushing touchdowns to lead No. 5 Hampton (6-1) over Ambridge (2-5) in non-conference action. Bartley scored both his touchdowns on runs of 1 yard. He also completed passes from 17 and 14 yards out for scores. Paskorz rushed for 183 yards on 26 carries.

Indiana 36, Highlands 20 — James Cavalancia rushed for 101 yards and Adam Chakot threw for 119 yards on 4-of-4 passing to lead Indiana (3-4, 2-2) over Highlands (1-5, 0-4) in a Greater Allegheny Conference matchup. Scott Panchik rushed for 123 yards on 24 carries and scored on a 14-yard run.

Mt. Pleasant 3, Belle Vernon 0 — Justin Farrell made a 25-yard field goal with no time remaining to lead host Mt. Pleasant (3-4, 3-2) over Belle Vernon (0-7, 0-5) in Keystone Conference action.

Moon 28, Blackhawk 21 — Casey Williams scored four touchdowns to lead No. 9 Moon (6-1, 3-1) over No. 10 Blackhawk (3-4, 2-2) in a Parkway Conference matchup. He scored on runs of 46, 26, 4 and 8 yards and finished with 165 yards on 20 carries. Alan Denman completed 16 of 26 passes for two touchdowns in the loss. Moon finished with 256 total yards of offense to 292 for Blackhawk.

Elizabeth Forward 20, Chartiers Valley 7 — Randy Santina completed 17 of 27 passes for 177 yards, including 26- and 13-yard passes for scores. He also rushed for another to lead Elizabeth Forward (3-4, 1-3) over No. 8 Chartiers Valley (5-2, 3-2) in a Big Seven Conference matchup. Brian Castello completed 11 of 20 passes for 139 yards in the loss.

Uniontown 31, Derry 7 — Steve Kezmarsky completed 8 of 17 passes for 122 yards and three touchdowns to pace Uniontown (4-3, 3-2) over Derry (1-6, 1-4) in the Keystone Conference. Kezmarsky completed scoring passes of 37, 14 and 6 yards.

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