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Roundup: Purchase Line edges United

Robert Hopkins returned an interception 24 yards for Purchase Line’s only score of the game, but it was all they needed as they squeaked past United, 7-6 in a District 6 Heritage Conference game. The Red Dragons’ Hopkins point-after attempt was good. United scored on a 5 yard run by Andrew Clevenger in the fourth quarter, but Purchase Line was able to break through and block the kick.

  • Laurel Valley 20, Homer-Center 0 — It was a day for small yardage plays which resulted in scores for Laurel Valley as it blanked Homer-Center in a District 6 Heritage Conference game. The Rams’ Phil Fuller ran the ball in from 2 yards out in the second quarter for Laurel Valley, while in the fourth, Chris Howe ran for a 2-yard touchdown. Laurel Valley’s quarterback Chris Smithly was 4 of 12 for 72 yards and one touchdown, a 7 yard pass to Justin Dickert.

  • Kiski School 40, Western Reserve Academy 12 — Jess Kulp led Kiski School past Western Reserve Academy in an IPSL game. The Cougars’ Kulp had a total of 276 yards on the day, with his longest score being a 35 yard run, which bested his previous 29 yard run. With the win, Kiski School moves to 4-0, with Western Reserve Academy falling to 0-3.



    Boys Soccer


    Fox Chapel 5, Gateway 1 — E.J. McCormick and Ryan McDonald each scored two goals for the Foxes (8-0-0, 12-0-0), as they beat Gateway (2-3-1, 5-6-1) in Section 3-AAA action to remain undefeated.

    Moon 2, Southmoreland 0 — John Morihlatko and Jeremy Pronto scored a goal in the first half to lead Moon (10-1-2) to a non-section victory.

    Elizabeth Forward 2, East Allegheny 1 — Rich Farrell and Carmen Teolis scored a goal, as Elizabeth Forward defeated East Allegheny in Section 1-AA action.

    Neshannock 4, Freedom 0 — Neshannock had four different goal scorers in its shutout of Freedom in Section 3-A.

    Riverview 2, Elderton 1 (2 OT) — Arman Fashandi scored a goal in the second overtime period to lift Riverview (6-2-1, 6-5-1) to a Section 2-A win over Elderton (1-8-0, 1-11-0).

    Seneca Valley 3, North Allegheny 1 — Cory Fogle scored two goals and Bob Albrecht scored one, as Seneca Valley edged North Allegheny in a Class AAA Section 2 game.


    Girls Soccer


    Fox Chapel 9, Blackhawk 0 — Lindsay Miller, Marianna Grudziak and Katie Leech scored two goals, as Fox Chapel rolled to a AAA Section 2 victory. Molly Linhart, Jamie Gass and Kaitlyn Langett each added a goal in the shutout.

    Chartiers Valley 2, Upper St. Clair 1 — Chartiers Valley scored a big win, as the Colts upset No. 3 Upper St. Clair, 2-1, in Section 5, Class AAA matchup.

    Quaker Valley 7, Seton-La Salle 1 — Kara Vezza scored four goals to lead Quaker Valley (9-0-0, 10-1-1) to a Section 4-AA win over Seton-La Salle (5-4-0, 7-4-0).

    Elizabeth Forward 3, Connellsville 0 — Caitlyn Walk scored two goals and Katie Watt had one, as Elizabeth Forward (8-5-0, 8-1) defeated its AAA Section 6 opponent.

    Moon 2, Hopewell 0 — Liz Martin and Chelsea Miazgowicz had a goal and an assist, as Moon (11-2-1) defeated Hopewell in AAA Section 4 action.


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