HS highlight reel: Quarterfinal sites set for Friday night |

HS highlight reel: Quarterfinal sites set for Friday night

The WPIAL announced sites for Friday’s quarterfinal football games Monday. In Class AAAA, Pine-Richland-Altoona is at Gateway, Plum-McKeesport is at Norwin, Penn-Trafford-North Allegheny is at Fox Chapel and Central Catholic-Woodland Hills is at North Allegheny.

In Class AAA, Central Valley-Indiana is at Butler, Hampton-Ringgold is at West Allegheny, Thomas Jefferson-Mars is at Chartiers Valley and West Allegheny-Franklin Regional is at North Hills.

In Class AA, South Fayette-South Park is at Peters, Highlands-Seton-La Salle is at Valley, Aliquippa-Mt. Pleasant is at Canon-McMillan and Washington-Apollo-Ridge is at Latrobe.

In Class A, CWNC-South Side Beaver is at Geneva, Riverside-Avonworth is at Moon, Clairton-Shenango is at Chartiers-Houston and Neshannock-Jeannette is at Deer Lakes.

All games will start will kick off at 7:30 p.m.

— Staff report

They said it …

“For this generation of players, this is far and away the biggest victory we have had. For me, as a coach, it’s the biggest one.”

Plum coach Matt Morgan, after his team’s 17-6 win over No. 4 Penn Hills Friday, the Mustangs’ first playoff victory since 1996.

WPIAL changes dates for championships

The WPIAL announced Monday that the swimming and diving championships meets have been moved up.

Class AAA diving will be Feb. 16 at North Allegheny. Class AA diving will be Feb. 18 at Moon. The swimming event will be Feb. 20-21 at Pitt.

— Staff report

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