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WPIAL playoff sites set

| Monday, November 10, 2008 12:00 a.m

The WPIAL has announced sites for its eight semifinal games in the Class AAAA, AAA, AA and A football championships. All games will be played at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Gateway, the top-ranked team in AAAA and the No. 3 team in the USA Today national rankings, will play fifth-seeded Penn Hills at West Mifflin.

The other AAAA game will be between Bethel Park and McKeesport at North Allegheny.

In Class AAA, No. 1 Thomas Jefferson will meet No. 4 New Castle at Chartiers Valley.

The other AAA semifinal matches No. 2 Highlands and No. 3 Blackhawk at North Hills.

The AA semifinal games will be at Pine-Richland where No. 1 Beaver Falls takes on No. 4 Jeannette and at Seneca Valley where No. 7 Aliquippa plays No. 3 Shady Side Academy.

In Class A, No. 1 Clairton and No. 4 Rochester play at Keystone Oaks and No. 2 Avonworth and No. 3 Monaca meet at Moon.

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