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WPIAL football playoff clinchings

| Saturday, October 25, 2014 1:09 a.m

The following WPIAL football teams have clinched berths in the WPIAL playoffs. In Class AAAA and AAA, the top five teams from each conference qualify for the playoffs, along with one wild-card sixth-place team. In Class AA and A, the top four teams in each conference qualify. The playoffs begin next Friday, and pairings will be announced Monday.

Class AAAA

Quad Central

1. Penn Hills

2. Woodland Hills

3. Bethel Park

4. Upper St. Clair

5. Mt. Lebanon

Quad East

1. Penn-Trafford

2. McKeesport

3. Altoona

4. Plum

5. Norwin

6. Connellsville*

Quad North

1. Pine-Richland

2. Central Catholic

3. North Allegheny

4. North Hills

5. Fox Chapel

Class AAA

Big 9

1. Thomas Jefferson

2. Ringgold

3. West Mifflin

4. Belle Vernon

5. Laurel Highlands

Greater Allegheny

1. Hampton

2. Franklin Regional

3. Indiana

4. Mars

5. Gateway

6. Knoch*


1. Central Valley

2. West Allegheny

3. Montour

4. New Castle

5. Moon

Class AA


1. Highlands

2. Apollo-Ridge

3. Shady Side Academy

4. Kittanning


1. South Fayette

2. Seton-La Salle

3. South Park

4. Steel Valley


1. Washington

2. Mt. Pleasant

3. McGuffey

4. Waynesburg


1. Aliquippa

2. Beaver

3. Beaver Falls

4. New Brighton

Class A

Big Seven

1. Neshannock

2. Shenango

3. South Side Beaver

4. Riverside


1. Clairton

2. Jeannette

3. Springdale**

4. Greensburg C.C.

Ohio Valley

1. C.W. North Catholic

2. Avonworth

3. Brentwood

4. Chartiers-Houston

Tri-County South

1. Beth-Center

2. Frazier

3. Mapletown

4. Avella

(*-wild card team, **-plays Saturday).

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