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Youth soccer roundup

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| Sunday, November 2, 2014 7:33 p.m

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Under 8 division

Tri-City Panthers for Festa Chiropractic vs. Tri-City Badgers — For the Panthers, Dana Barczykowski and Calio Zanella scored, Maggie Nesko, Lochlin Katona and Adam Wass played well on defense, and Ben Lewandowski played well in goal.

Tri-City P&M Pizza Badgers vs. Tri-City Red Devils — For the Badgers, Taylor Lipert and Chelsea Erb played well on offense, and Will Doutt and Preston Pahlman played well on defense.

Under-10 boys

Freeport 5, Tri-City Reds for WESTARM 2 — For Tri-City, Ryan Croushore and Ronin Wilczek scored, and Zach Doran, Nate Kracji, and Hayden Herboluck played well on defense.

Under-10 girls

Tri-City Swarm 6, Freeport 5 — For Tri-City, Natalie Beckes and Jaden Smalling scored, Emily Hegedus and Taylor Heuser played well on offense, Kierra Smalling and Maranda Fitzgerald played well on defense, and Desirea LaVare played well in goal.

Tri-City Grasshoppers for Salem Autobody 8, Pine-Richland 0 — For Tri-City, Kierra Smalling, Jaden Smalling and Natalie Beckes played well on offense, Jordan Kirkwood and Maranda Fitzgerald played well on defense, and Alayna Carlisle played well in goal.

Tri-City Mega Minions vs. Kiski — For Tri-City, Miley Kariotis, Grace Nesko, and Jordan Kirkwood scored, Tessa Mathabel and Madalynn Torrell played well on defense, and Nina Vigilante played well in goal.

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Under-10 boys

Central Valley 9, Tri-City Storm for Highland Tire 3 — For Central Valley, Dominic Negley and Cam Wagner scored.

Tri-City Neutrons 5, Freeport 5 — For Tri-City, Ethan Haas, Jayden Alexander, and Zachary Kosar scored.

Under-14 boys

North Allegheny 2, Tri-City Thunder Zampogna Inc. 1 — For Tri-City, Danika Stone scored, Sam Barca played well and Cameron Glushenko played well in goal.

Under-14 girls

Tri-City Stryders for O’Neil Insurance 5, Ohio River Valley 1 — For the Stryders, Autumn Doran scored twice, Cara Lagattuta, Margaret Balich and Heaven Butler scored once, and Lauren Beckes played well on defense.

Tri-City Explosion for Century-21 2, Marion Storm 0 — For Tri-City, Maddie Schaub and Megan Malits scored, Kate Ryan played well on defense and Delaney O’Brien played well in goal.

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