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Whitman leads Hampton over Mars |

Whitman leads Hampton over Mars

| Thursday, September 20, 2007 12:00 a.m

Annie Whitman scored two goals and Mallory Schaffer added one to lead Hampton to a 3-0 girls soccer victory Wednesday night against Mars in Section 7-AAA. Hampton improved to 8-2, 6-0 in the section.

Steel Valley 7, East Allegheny 0 – Steel Valley was led by midfielder Erin Feltz, who scored three goals and one assist in the Section 6-AA game. Freshman goalkeeper Trish Douglass made three saves to record her third shutout of the season. Becky Cardillo, Lauren Evans, Liz Johnston and Mallory Olson scored one goal each and Nicole Corsi added four assists for Steel Valley.

South Allegheny 4, Serra Catholic 3 (overtime) – Freshman Gabbie Vogt scored two goals, including the game-winner, to lead South Allegheny (4-4, 2-3) to a Section 4-AA victory. Senior Jonna Handra scored the other two goals for South Allegheny.

Quaker Valley 1, Sewickley Academy 0 – Defenseman Ryan McRoberts scored the game’s only goal to lift Quaker Valley over Sewickley Academy in Section 2-AA. The goal was scored on a free kick from 30 yards, 10 minutes into the game. Goalkeeper Danielle Lindsey made seven saves for Quaker Valley to record her third shutout of the season.

Greensburg Central Catholic 14, Jeannette 0 – Greensburg Central Catholic senior Nicole Petrillo scored five goals and became the school’s all-time leading goal scorer with 140, and the Centurions rolled to a Section 6-AA victory Wednesday against Jeannette.

Petrillo broke the mark late in the first half as Greensburg Central Catholic led, 10-0, at halftime. She broke the mark of 139 goals, previously held by Jeff Farrell.

Rachel Sebbens added three goals for the Centurions (8-1-1, 6-0).

Latrobe 4, Greensburg Salem 3 (OT) – Amber Mondock ran by a few defenders to score the game-winning goal for Latrobe as it edged Greensburg Salem in overtime in Section 1-AAA. Lizzie Harkins scored two goals and Hillary Bastin added one for Latrobe.

Penn-Trafford 3, Norwin 1 – Bethany Smyda scored two goals to lead Penn-Trafford (8-2, 7-0) past Section 1-AAA rival Norwin. Tricia Meehan added P-T’s other goal.

Connellsville 2, Albert Gallatin 2 (2OT) – Paige Puskar and Allison Tanzella scored for Connellsville in the Section 6-AAA game. Sarah Fyock scored for Albert Gallatin.

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