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Serra, South Allegheny end season with losses

Serra Catholic fell behind early against Riverview and never managed to catch up en route to losing its third straight game to end the season Wednesday night in a Week 10 contest.

Coach Jamie Eckels’ Eagles hosted the Raiders Wednesday and fell 20-7 receiving only a fourth-quarter touchdown run from a yard out from Brett Delo.

Delo was the leading rusher for Serra (3-7, 3-4), racking up 80 yards on 20 carries against Riverview (6-4, 4-4).

For the season, Joe Jurofcik was the Eagles’ leading rusher with 959 yards and eight touchdowns on 157 carries, but sat our his second consecutive game with a concussion.

Brandon Seachrist scored a pair of scores on the ground for the Raiders.

Chartiers Valley 34, South Allegheny 6 — After falling behind 28-0, Ron Turkins closed out the Gladiators season on somewhat of a high note with a 33-yard touchdown run in the third quarter Wednesday.

Quarterback Dylan Fox completed 8 of 17 passes for 73 yards, but was intercepted three times for SA (2-8, 2-5) against a Chartiers Valley (4-6, 3-4) team that narrowly missed out on a spot in the WPIAL Class AAA postseason.

Bryan Leipold completed 8 of 10 passes for 169 yards and three touchdowns for CV.


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