High school roundup for Oct. 5, 2022: Moon girls soccer goes to 10-0 in section
Wednesday, October 5, 2022 | 11:15 PM
Aquinas Academy 7, Carlynton 0 – Bella Hite had a hat trick for Aquinas Academy (8-4, 5-3) in a Section 4-A win over Carlynton (0-12, 0-8). Francesa Hite, Ari Buchanan, Emily Fisher and Seraphina Myron also scored.
Belle Vernon 8, Albert Gallatin 0 – Farrah Reader scored four goals and had two assists to lead Belle Vernon (6-6-1, 5-5) to a Section 2-3A win over Albert Gallatin (1-11, 1-10). Kataira Rhodes had two goals and three assists for the Leopards.
Elizabeth Forward 4, Connellsville 0 – Mia Valerio had two goals and Brooklyn Baldensperger and Giovanna Ferraro also scored for Elizabeth Forward (11-1-1, 10-0-1) in a Section 2-3A win over Connellsville (6-9, 6-6). Emma Durant and Addyson Davis combined on the shutout.
Franklin Regional 4, Greensburg Salem 0 – Sierra Todero, Riley Daugherty, Shaeley Reichbaum and Eden Williams scored for Franklin Regional (8-3-2, 6-2-1) in a Section 3-3A win over Greensburg Salem (3-11, 1-9).
Greensburg Central Catholic 3, Seton LaSalle 1 – Sara Felder, Riley Kerr and Lexi Graham scored as Greensburg Central Catholic (6-2, 6-2) defeated Seton LaSalle (8-4, 6-3) in a matchup of top teams in Section 1-A.
Hopewell 5, Quaker Valley 0 – Mary Adams netted two goals and Angela Campbell, Caylee Sunday and Bella Goal also scored for Hopewell (4-7-1, 4-4-1) in a Section 1-2A win over Quaker Valley (5-6, 3-5).
Latrobe 9 , Penn Hills 0 – Regan Reilly and Robin Reilly each had a hat trick to lead Latrobe (7-2-2-, 7-1-1) to a Section 3-3A win over Penn Hills (3-11, 1-9). Ella Bulava had a goal and three assists for the Wildcats.
Mt. Pleasant 7, Woodland Hills 1 – Morgan Gesinski had a hat trick for Mt. Pleasant (12-0, 7-0) in a Section 3-2A win over Woodland Hills (7-5, 4-4). Maggie Piper had two goals and Rylin Bugosh and Adi Belanger also scored for the Vikings.
North Allegheny 7, North Hills 0 – Lucia Wells had a hat trick and Natalie Rak and Maggie Nestor combined on the shutout to lead North Allegheny (14-1, 10-1) past North Hills (1-12, 1-9) in Section 1-4A. Abigail Stager added two goals and Libby Earley and Kanak Agarwal also scored for the Tigers.
Southmoreland 11, Ligonier Valley 0 – Megan Mehall had a hat trick and Kendall Fabery scored twice for Southmoreland (8-2-1, 5-2-1) in a Section 3-2A win over Ligonier Valley (2-10-1, 1-6). Mackenzie Armstrong, Lilly Wasmund, Gabby Fabery, Skylar Koshar, Amanda Hoffer and Mylee Street also scored.
South Side 3, Riverside 2 – Miladija Pavolich scored the game-winning goal in overtime for South Side (6-7, 3-5) in a Section 3-A win over Riverside (4-8, 3-6). Maura Heberle and Cassidy Luketic also scored for the Rams.
Springdale 4, Serra Catholic 0 – Briana Ross scored twice and Makayla Haus and Baileigh Haas combined on the shutout for Springdale (9-2, 8-1) in a Section 1-A win. Brooke Taliani and Grace Gent also scored for the Dynamos.
Thomas Jefferson 6, Laurel Highlands 0 – Sami Maglicco scored two goals and Olivia Supp, Natalie Lamenza, Bella Vozar and Abby Ngugi also found the net for Thomas Jefferson (11-2, 9-1) in a Section 2-3A win over Laurel Highlands (7-6, 5-6).
Yough 11, East Allegheny 1 – McKenzie Pritts and Nicky Veychek each had a hat trick for Yough (6-4-1, 5-2-1) in a Section 3-2A win over East Allegheny (0-11, 0-8). Gracelynn Tomko, Katelynn Slavic, Carli Reisinger, Brooke Wieland and Hannah Wright also scored for the Cougars.
Serra Catholic 3, Chartiers-Houston 0 – AJ Mejalli had two goals, Collin Holmes also scored, and Ethan Coddington had a five-save shutout as Serra Catholic (6-6, 6-3) beat Chartiers-Houston (3-10, 2-7) in Section 4-A.
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