Pittsburgh high school roundup: Keystone Oaks boys blank Steel Valley |

Pittsburgh high school roundup: Keystone Oaks boys blank Steel Valley

Nate Taylor scored four times to help Keystone Oaks secure a 6-0 victory over Steel Valley (0-13-1, 0-11-1) and claim third place in Section 1-AA play Thursday night.

Taylor has 20 goals this season or the Golden Eagles (12-4, 9-3), who have won two of their past three games after back to back losses to Thomas Jefferson and Obama Academy.

Allderdice 6, Brashear 2 — Tony Montana scored four times to lift Allderdice (8-6-1, 7-4-1) to a Section 3-AAAA win.

Central Catholic 2, Fox Chapel 0 — Greg Sprenkel and Dan Schearer scored, and Andres Vasquez posted the shutout to lift No. 3 Central Catholic (11-3-2, 11-0-1) to a Section 3-AAAA victory. The Vikings claimed the section title.

Serra Catholic 3, Geibel 0 — Chris Salemi, Joey Folino and Brandon Borek scored as Serra Catholic (9-5, 7-4) won in Section 2-A.

Bentworth 8, Beth-Center 1 — Wyatt Selvoski had three goals as Bentworth (12-5, 10-4) won in Section 4-A.

Seton LaSalle 9, Brentwood 2 — Darryl Daniels scored four times to lead No. 3 Seton LaSalle (15-1-1, 12-1-1) to a Section 4-A victory.

Chartiers Valley 2, Upper St. Clair 0 — Anthony Molinaro and Jimmy Boyle scored as Class AAA No. 5 Chartiers Valley (13-3) won a nonsection game.

Ringgold 5, Connellsville 0 — Eli Schoedel had three goals to pace Ringgold (10-4-2) in a nonsection victory.

Seneca Valley 2, Bethel Park 0 — Lewis Newell scored twice to guide Seneca Valley (8-3-2) to a nonsection win.

Girls soccer

Thomas Jefferson 9, Steel Valley 1 — Bella Sestito had a hat trick and Lina Campano and Dalaney Ranallo each scored twice to lift Class AAA No. 5 Thomas Jefferson (13-3) to a nonsection game.

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