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Westmoreland County high school roundup: Norwin girls soccer drops Baldwin |

Westmoreland County high school roundup: Norwin girls soccer drops Baldwin

| Saturday, September 30, 2017 7:57 p.m

The Norwin girls soccer team peppered shot after shot at Charliann Hooper on Saturday, forcing the Baldwin goalkeeper to make 26 saves.

A few shots reached the back of the net, however, as the No. 2 Knights earned a 4-0 nonsection victory over the Highlanders.

Lexy Kendro had two goals, Emily Harrigan scored and had two assists, Emily Shaw scored and Katy Ericson had an assist. Sam Wexell made one save to secure the shutout for the Knights (7-1).

Connellsville 5, Greensburg Salem 0 — Connellsville (6-4) won for the third time in four games with a nonsection victory at Greensburg Salem (2-10).

Hollidaysburg 7, Latrobe 0 Latrobe fell to 1-8 after a nonsection loss.

Indiana 8, Derry 0 — At the Ligonier Valley tournament, Indiana improved to 6-4-3 with a victory over Derry (1-10).

Penn-Trafford 2, North Allegheny 0 — In nonsection play, Kiley Dugan and Hanna Nguyen scored as Penn-Trafford (9-2) won its eighth straight by shutting out North Allegheny (8-3).

Boys soccer

St. Joseph 2, Jeanette 1 — Dominic Ferrante caught up to an Eli Swierczewski pass and scored on a breakaway with five minutes remaining to lift the Spartans to a win over Section 2-A rival Jeannette (0-10-1, 0-7-1).

Andrew Sullivan’s first-half goal gave St. Joseph (4-8-1, 3-6) a 1-0 halftime lead.

Goalkeeper Mason Hurlbut tallied six saves for the Spartans.

Belle Vernon 4, Elizabeth Forward 0 — Four players scored goals, and Cam Guess recorded his seventh straight shutout as Belle Vernon (9-1-1) defeated Elizabeth Forward (6-6) in nonsection play.

Hollidaysburg 3,Latrobe 0 Latrobe fell to 4-8 overall after a nonsection loss.

Norwin 2, Upper St.Clair 1 Freshman Ian Brown and junior Luca Snyder scored to lead Norwin (7-3-2) to a nonsection victory.

Ross Gibson scored for Upper St. Clair (5-5-1).

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