2012 WPIAL Boys Soccer Playoff Clinchings

Saturday, October 13, 2012 | 11:20 PM

With the regular season coming to an end and the playoff pairings to be announced on Wednesday, here is the field teams that have clinched playoff spots for the 2012 WPIAL Boys Soccer Playoffs that start next weekend. The field is set with 49 teams combined in the three classifications.

(Set With 15 Playoffs Teams)

Section 1:
Kiski Area Cavaliers
Franklin Regional Panthers
Norwin Knights

Section 2:
Pine-Richland Rams
Seneca Valley Raiders
North Allegheny Tigers

Section 3:
Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings
Fox Chapel Foxes
Plum Mustangs

Section 4:
Ringgold Rams
Bethel Park Black Hawks
Mount Lebanon Blue Devils

Section 5:
Peters Township Indians
Upper St. Clair Panthers
Canon-McMillan Big Macs

(Set With 18 Playoff Teams)

Section 1:
Indiana Little Indians
Burrell Buccaneers
Valley Vikings

Section 2:
Mars Fighting Planets
Shady Side Academy Indians
Knoch Knights

Section 3:
South Park Eagles
Belle Vernon Leopards
West Mifflin Titans

Section 4:
Blackhawk Cougars
Hopewell Vikings
Beaver Bobcats

Section 5:
West Allegheny Indians
Quaker Valley Quakers
South Fayette Lions

Section 6:
McGuffey Highlanders
Waynesburg Raiders
Laurel Highlands Mustangs

(Set With 16 Playoff Teams)

Section 1:
Serra Catholic Eagles
Greensburg Central Catholic Centurions
South Allegheny Gladiators
Winchester Thurston Bears

Section 2:
Springdale Dynamos
Vincentian Academy Royals
Riverview Raiders   

Section 3:
Bishop Canevin Crusaders
Seton-LaSalle Rebels
Carlynton Cougars

Section 4:
Beth-Center Bulldogs
Bentworth Bearcats
California Trojans

Section 5:
Sewickley Academy Panthers
Riverside Panthers
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Chargers


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