PIAA football semifinals schedule: Penn Hills, Pine-Richland head east |

PIAA football semifinals schedule: Penn Hills, Pine-Richland head east

Chris Harlan
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Penn Hills’ Daequan Hardy carries the WPIAL Class 5A championship trophy to the locker room after defeating West Allegheny Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, at Norwin High School.
Sean Stipp | Tribune-Review
Pine Richland’s Michael Katic holds the WPIAL championship trophy after beating Seneca Valley in the 5A WPIAL championship game Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018 at Heinz Field.

Penn Hills and Pine-Richland have long bus rides ahead next weekend, while three other WPIAL football champions can stay closer to home.

The PIAA announced semifinal sites and times Sunday.

Penn Hills will travel to Chambersburg for a matchup with Archbishop Wood at 7 p.m., Friday. Pine-Richland returns to Altoona’s Mansion Park for a semifinal against St. Joseph’s Prep at 1 p.m., Saturday.

Both match WPIAL teams against opponents from the Philadelphia Catholic League.

In Class 3A, Aliquippa plays Sharon at Slippery Rock University at 1 p.m., Saturday

In Class 2A, Steel Valley plays Wilmington at Ambridge at 7 p.m., Friday

In Class 1A, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart plays Farrell at Slippery Rock University at 7 p.m., Friday

Those three match the WPIAL against District 10.

PIAA brackets

Class 6A

Class 5A

Class 4A

Class 3A

Class 2A

Class 1A

Chris Harlan is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chris at [email protected] or via Twitter @CHarlan_Trib.

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