Emma Martinis had a pair of goals and Natalie Lamenza also scored to lead Thomas Jefferson to a 3-1 victory over Elizabeth Forward in a battle of the top two teams in Section 2-3A girls soccer Wednesday night.
The Jaguars (13-2, 11-1) can clinch first place with victories over Uniontown and Ringgold in their last two section games. Abby Beinlich scored for the Warriors (13-2-1, 11-1-1), who have one section game left with Belle Vernon.
Hampton 6, Armstrong 1 – Skye Bierker scored twice and Audrey Bianco, Amiya Johnson, Hannah Kirkpatrick, and Molly Interthal each scored once to lead Hampton (12-3, 8-2) past Armstrong (5-12, 2-10) in Section 1-3A.
Mars 8, Kiski Area 0 – Meredith Ashbaugh scored twice, Piper Coffield had a goal and three assists and Addi Girdwood added a goal and two assists for Mars (12-0, 11-0) in a Section 1-3A win over Kiski Area. Gwen Howell had a goal and an assist and Ainsley Ray, Julia Gagnon and Ava Lewis also scored for the Fightin’ Planets.
Moon 8, Blackhawk 0 – Hailey Longwell scored two goals, and Tessa Romah, Kayla Leseck, Sydney Felton, Addy Jacoby, Julianna Lantzy and Quinn Arnold each scored for Moon (15-0, 12-0) in a Section 4-3A win over Blackhawk (2-11-1, 1-10).
Mt. Lebanon 2, Norwin 0 – Leah Kessler and Melia Peer scored as Mt. Lebanon (13-2-1, 11-2) picked up a Section 2-4A win. Norwin (5-10-2, 5-8) was eliminated from playoff contention for the first time in program history.
North Allegheny 6, Allderdice 0 – Lucia Wells scored two goals and Sam Braden, Ally Ruiz, Anna Bundy and Kylie Dutkovich each scored for North Allegheny (16-1, 12-1) in a Section 1-4A win over Allderdice (4-10, 3-10). It was the Tigers’ fourth straight shutout.
Riverview 6, Highlands 2 – Lola Abraham scored six goals and Brionna Long made six saves in a nonsection win for Riverview (6-5). Alana Settnek and Maja Ingebrigtsen scored for Highlands (0-15).
Seneca Valley 8, Shaler 0 – Lindsey Price, Emily Stratton, Ava DeMarco, Abby Weis, Julia Lozowski, Maddie Marcotte, Ashlee Libby and Gianna Donatucci scored for Seneca Valley (12-0-2, 11-0-2) in a Section 1-4A win over Shaler (4-11-1, 3-10).
South Park 10, Keystone Oaks 0 – Cassondra O’Connor had a hat trick and Lauren Aultz and Hayley Bennett each scored twice to help South Park (12-4, 9-10 past Keystone Oaks (8-6-1, 5-4-1) in Section 4-2A. Tori Latona, Amara Battista and Emily Mihelcic also scored.
Leechburg 3, Valley 0 – Karli Mazak had nine kills and Emily Talarico and Macy Kubla added six kills apiece as Leechburg picked up a nonsection win. Ay’hauna Miller had four kills and Maddie Mastalerz and Anna Cibik each ahd five aces.
Beaver 4, Indiana 1 – Chloe DeSanzo, Anna Mrkonja and Lily Pruszenski swept the three singles matches, losing a total of one game between them, as No. 3 Beaver rolled past No. 6 Indiana in the WPIAL Class 2A girls team tennis quarterfinals.
The No.1 doubles team of Ella Peluso and Mia Woodske also won for the Bobcats. Grace Cook and Johanna Welch won at No. 2 doubles for Indiana.
The top four seeds all advanced to the semifinals in Class 2A. No. 1 Sewickley Academy swept No. 8 Chartiers Valley, 5-0, No. 4 South Park beat No. 12 Southmoreland, 5-0, and No. 2 Knoch defeated No. 10 Derry, 5-0.
In Class 3A, No. 5 Bethel Park battled past No. 4 Upper St. Clair, 3-2, in the only upset of the quarterfinals.
Top-seeded Mt. Lebanon blanked No. 8 Fox Chapel, 5-0, No. 3 North Allegheny ousted No. 6 Franklin Regional, 5-0, and No. 2 Shady Side Academy beat No. 7 Pine-Richland, 4-1.
Times and sites for semifinal matches have not been announced.