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Daily News roundup: South Allegheny bounces Sto-Rox |

Daily News roundup: South Allegheny bounces Sto-Rox

| Saturday, August 30, 2014 12:30 a.m

In the Century Conference, Curtis Moore ran 18 times for 215 yards and six touchdowns to lead South Allegheny (1-0, 1-0) to a 40-24 victory at Sto-Rox (0-1, 0-1) in the WPIAL Class AA Century Conference opener Friday night.

DaVonte Johnson added 135 rushing yards in the win against the Vikings, who played in the Class A championship game the past three seasons before moving up to Class AA this season.

South Fayette 49, East Allegheny 6 — Brett Brumbaugh threw for 185 yards and two touchdowns as top-ranked South Fayette (1-0, 1-0) defeated East Allegheny (0-1, 0-1) in Century Conference play. Hunter Hayes added 102 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

Laurel Highlands 14, Elizabeth Forward 13 — Despite Jacob Meyer’s 295 rushing yards and two touchdowns, Elizabeth Forward (0-1, 0-1) fell to Laurel Highlands (1-0, 1-0) in the Big Nine Conference.

West Mifflin 38, Uniontown 33 — DiAngelo Mitchell scored four times for West Mifflin (1-0, 1-0) as the Titans earned a Class AAA Big Nine Conference win. Mitchell hit paydirt on a 75-yard punt return, a 30-yard pass from Karlyn Garner, a 2-yard run and a 5-yard run. Howard Clayton caught a 44-yard touchdown pass from Garner. Garner also scored on a 15-yard run.

Hollidaysburg 31, Yough 6 — Zack Weaver ran for touchdowns of 36 and 34 yards as Hollidaysburg (1-0, 1-0) beat Yough (0-1, 0-0) in the Greater Allegheny Conference.

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