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High school roundup: Cook’s hat trick leads Penn Hills to section victory |

High school roundup: Cook’s hat trick leads Penn Hills to section victory

Staff Reports
| Tuesday, September 4, 2012 11:22 p.m

Brie Cook scored three goals to lead Penn Hills (1-0, 1-0) to a 6-0 Section 3-AAA victory over Allderdice, which was playing its first game as a member of the WPIAL.

Serra Catholic 9, Geibel 1 — Megan Fieg scored three goals and Kaitlyn Fieg, Amber Decarlo and Lauren Czerwien each scored two for Serra Catholic (1-0) in a nonsection game.

Boys soccer

Riverview 6, West Shamokin 1 — Zach Lesnick scored four goals and Cole Quinio and Evan Lesnick each had one for Riverview in its Section 2-A win (1-0, 1-0).

Springdale 3, St. Joseph 0 — Will Noble scored a pair of goals and Jared Cole added a goal and two assists for Springdale (2-0, 1-0) in is Section 2-A opener.

Knoch 7, Kittanning 0 — Alex Slomer scored twice, and goalkeeper Andy Fritz recorded a shutout with two saves for Knoch (1-2, 1-0) in a convincing Section 2-AA win over Kittanning (1-1, 0-1).

Sewickley Academy 3, Riverside 0 — The Panthers moved to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in Section 5-A with a shutout over Riverside.

Boys golf

Fox Chapel 199, Franklin Regional 206 — Jorden Alfery shot a low-round 36 and Patrick Sheerer shot a 38 for Fox Chapel (6-1, 5-0) in a Section 4-AAA win at Meadowink Golf Course.

Bethel Park 186, Mt. Lebanon 201 — Brody Taylor shot a 3-under 32 to lead Bethel Park to a Section 6-AAA win.

Hempfield 182, Penn-Trafford 197 — Javon Trout shot a 35 and Hunter Bagiapis had a 36 for Hempfield in a Section 1-AAA match at Valley Green Golf Course. Max Doran and Justin Guzik were the low scorers for Penn-Trafford, with a 37 and 38, respectively.

Seton-La Salle 219, Brentwood 254 — Eric Schneider’s low-round of 41 helped Seton-La Salle win in Section 7-AA at Frosty Valley in Upper St. Clair.

Elizabeth Forward 205, Ringgold 228 — Shane Reitz shot a low-round 36 for Elizabeth Forward in its Section 2-AAA win on the Red Course at Cedar Brook Golf Course. Chris Essey was the low-man for Ringgold with a 44.

Canon-McMillan 194, South Fayette 202 — Kevin Rush shot a 37 to lead Canon-McMillan to a win in Section 7-AAA at Lindenwood Gold Golf Course. South Fayette’s Cory Long also shot a 37 in the losing effort.

Girls tennis

Latrobe 3, Penn-Trafford 2 — Latrobe’s Laura Toman and Emily Steeley defeated Melanie Loughner and Hannah Phillips, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, to help the Wildcats pick up a win in Section 1-AAA. Penn-Trafford’s Charlotte Vertes and Alexis Ryan won their singles matches, and Latrobe’s Maddy Bucci won her singles match and the tandem of Nikki Kusy and Bella Lane won in doubles play for Latrobe.

Norwin 5, Kiski Area 0 — Norwin cruised to victory in Section 1-AAA behind singles wins by Alesa Holleran, Courtney O’Connell and Amber Vozar. In doubles, Norwin was led by the teams of Maddie Guffey and Allie Greene and Carson Snyder and Lacie Warner.

Girls volleyball

Burrell 3, Highlands 0 — Hanna Perriello recorded 11 kills, and Kami Kaczanowicz chipped in nine kills for Burrell (1-0, 1-0) in Section 4-AA.

Knoch 3, Valley 0 — Mary Zellhart collected eight service points, eight kills and four aces, and Celina Sanks had 15 kills and four blocks for Knoch (1-0, 1-0) in Section 4-AA.

Riverview 3, Apollo-Ridge 0 — Robert Morris recruit Arden Fisher produced nine kills and six aces, and Allison Hodges contributed 27 assists to lead Class A Riverview to a nonsection win over Class AA Apollo-Ridge.

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