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High school scores, schedules for Nov. 27, 2018

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High schools

Football

PIAA playoffs

Semifinals

Class 6A

Saturday’s schedule

Harrisburg (12-1) vs. Coatesville (14-0) at Hersheypark Stadium, 1 p.m.; Pine-Richland (11-2) vs. St. Joseph’s Prep (11-0) at Altoona’s Mansion Park, 1 p.m.

Class 5A

Friday’s schedule

Upper Dublin (13-1) vs. Manheim Central (14-0) at Wissahickon, 7 p.m.; Archbishop Wood (9-3) vs. Penn Hills (14-0) at Chambersburg, 7 p.m.

Class 4A

Friday’s schedule

Imhotep Charter (10-2) vs. Bethlehem Catholic (12-3) at Northeast Supersite, 7 p.m.; Bishop McDeviit (13-1) vs. Cathedral Prep (11-3) at Altoona’s Mansion Park, 7 p.m.

Class 3A

Friday’s schedule

Middletown (12-1) vs. Scranton Prep (13-1) at Bethlehem School District Stadium, 7 p.m.

Saturday’s schedule

Sharon (10-3) vs. Aliquippa (12-1) at Slippery Rock University, 1 p.m.

Class 2A

Friday’s schedule

West Catholic (12-2) vs. Southern Columbia (14-0) at Northern Lehigh, 7 p.m.; Steel Valley (13-1) vs. Wilmington (12-1) at Ambridge, 7 p.m.

Class A

Friday’s schedule

Lackawanna Trail (13-1) vs. Juniata Valley (11-2) at Danville, 7 p.m.; Farrell (13-0) vs. OLSH (13-1) at Slippery Rock University, 7 p.m.

Hockey

PIHL

Tuesday’s results

Class 3A

Peters Township at Canon McMillan (n)

Class 2A

Penn-Trafford 9, Shaler 2

Class A

Chartiers Valley 5, Westmont Hilltop 4 (OT)

West Allegheny at Fox Chapel (n)

Divsion II

Connellsville 8, Carrick 0

Erie McDowell 5, Bishop Canevin 3

Central Valley at Trinity (n)

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