High school roundup for Sept. 27, 2022: Miles Jackson powers Bethel Park to OT win
Tuesday, September 27, 2022 | 11:42 PM
Miles Jackson scored twice, including the game-winner in overtime, to lead Bethel Park (8-3, 7-2) to a 2-1 victory over Trinity (7-4, 5-4) in a matchup of top boys soccer teams in Section 3-3A Tuesday night. Faiden Hodgson scored for the Hillers.
Ambridge 5, West Allegheny 4 – Anthony Powell had a hat trick, including the winner in overtime, in a Section 2-3A win for Ambridge (8-4, 5-4). Will Gruca and Brayden Reeves also scored for the Bridgers. Justin Manns had a hat trick and Logen Mackey also scored for West Allegheny (3-8, 3-6).
Carlynton 7, Chartiers-Houston 0 – Ryan Lewis and Max Samangy each scored a hat trick and Pouya Khalil Ahmad kept the net clean for the shutout as Carlynton (5-3-2, 3-2-1) defeated Chartiers-Houston (3-7, 2-4) in Section 4-A.
Charleroi 7, California 1 – Arlo McIntyre and Dylan Klinger each scored twice to lead Charleroi (8-1, 5-1) to a Section 2-A win against California (2-6, 2-4). Jacob Chambers, Bryce Large and Ty Patterson also scored for the Cougars.
Deer Lakes 7, Jeannette 2 – Ryan Hanes scored twice to lead Deer Lakes (11-1, 9-0) to a Section 2-2A win over Jeannette (4-6, 2-6). Nate Litrun, Ruger Beer, Wes Boyle, Ethan Alberta and Cuyler Crim also scored for the Lancers. Hanes and Alberta each added two assists.
Greensburg Central Catholic 10, Bentworth 3 – Kyler Miller had four goals and two assists and Carlo Denis added two goals and three assists for Greensburg Central Catholic (10-1, 7-0) in a Section 2-A win. Jake Gretz and Jackson Vacanti each had two goals and an assist for the Centurions. Andrew Vipperman had two goals and Ryan Colbert also scored for Bentworth (8-4, 4-3).
Kiski Area 7, Highlands 0 – Anders Bordoy had a hat trick and added an assist and Trey Curry had two goals and an assist for Kiski Area (9-2, 7-0) in a Section 1-3A win over Highlands (3-8, 2-6). Nathaniel Coleman had a goal and an assist and Liam Foley also scored for the Cavaliers.
Moon 1, Chartiers Valley 0 – Chris Bancato scored off a Dominic Corrado assist to lead Moon (10-0-1, 9-0) past Chartiers Valley (3-8-1, 2-6-1) in Section 2-3A. Zachary Shutak made three saves in net for the shutout for the Tigers.
Norwin 5, Hempfield 0 – Austin Vitsas had a hat trick and Kaleb Eddy recorded the shutout as Norwin (7-4, 6-3) defeated Hempfield (0-11, 0-9) in Section 2-4A. AJ Gentile and Carson Kadylak also scored for the Knights.
Penn Hills 12, McKeesport 1 – Alinur Zhamaldinov had a hat trick and Mack Byrnes, Chase Delehanty, Lenny Duncan and Alex Montenique added two goals apiece for Penn Hills (5-6, 4-5) in a Section 4-3A win over McKeesport (0-11, 0-8).
Quaker Valley 4, Avonworth 1 – Nick Allan scored two goals and had two assists to lead Quaker Valley (9-2, 8-0) to a Section 4-2A win over Avonworth (7-4, 5-3). Jack Karwoski and Bennett Haas also scored for the Quakers.
Ringgold 4, Connellsville 3 – Zach Alvarez’s second goal of the game was the overtime winner and Nick Evans also scored twice to lift Ringgold (5-7, 5-4) past Connellsville (7-5, 5-4) in Section 3-3A.
Serra Catholic 3, Brentwood 0 – AJ Mejalli scored twice and Ethan Coddington made five saves to help Serra Catholic (5-4, 5-1) blank Brentwood (3-6, 1-5) in Section 4-A. Brady Vrcic also scored for the Eagles.
South Park 7, Keystone Oaks 0 – Kaiden Fischer and Ben Ambrose each scored twice to lead South Park (12-0, 9-0) to a Section 1-2A victory against Keystone Oaks (4-4-1, 4-4-1). Logan Brewer, Daniel Battista and Ryan Wesolowski also scored for the Eagles.
Upper St. Clair 7, Baldwin 0 – Tyler Riemer and Drew Popp led Upper St, Clair (7-3-1, 6-3) with two goals each in a Section 2-4A win over Baldwin (1-9, 1-8). Ryan Higgs, Joe Donnellly and Liam Burlovic also scored for the Panthers.
Kiski Area 6, Ligonier Valley 0 — Riley Koziatek scored four goals, Camryn Kunz added two, and Bella DeVito and Kira Long combined on the shutout as Kiski Area (4-5-1) beat Ligonier Valley (2-7-1) in a nonsection match.
Albert Gallatin 3, Connellsville 0 – Laney Wilson had 11 kills, Courtlyn Turner had eight digs and seven kills and Kennedy Felio had 15 assists to lead Albert Gallatin to a sweep of Connellsville in Section 3-3A.
Bentworth 3, Waynesburg 2 – Grace Skerbetz had nine kills, three aces and five digs while Chelsea Dindal had 10 kills and nine digs to lead Bentworth to a victory in a back-and-forth Section 3-2A match against Waynesburg. Haylee Wolfe had 16 digs for the Bearcats.
Brownsville 3, Southmoreland 2 – C.C. Williams had 30 kills, 27 digs and three aces to lead Brownsville past Southmoreland in Section 3-2A. Skyler Gates had six kills and five blocks while Skye Durst had five kills, 30 assists and 13 digs for the Falcons.
California 3, Geibel 0 – Azzy Colditz had 11 aces, Ava Bojtos recorded five assists and Rakiyah Porter had seven digs in a Section 2-A win for California.
Hampton 3, Woodland Hills 0 – Kaitlyn Laffin and Allison Schepner led Hampton with five kills apiece, Taylor Frankel had three aces, Avery Koontz had 11 digs and Lilly Muczinski led the Talbots with 27 assists in a Section 1-3A sweep of Woodland Hills.
Hempfield 3, Shaler 2 – Ella Bringe had 14 kills and four blocks and Liz Tapper had 14 kills and six digs as Hempfield outlasted Shaler for a Section 3-4A victory. Ashley Hosni added 13 digs and 10 kills for the Spartans.
West Greene 3, Jefferson-Morgan 0 – Kasie Meek had 12 kills, a block and three aces and London Whipkey had seven digs and three aces as West Greene swept a Section 2-A match against Jefferson-Morgan. Pieper Whipkey had eight kills and Allex Berdine had 24 assists for the Pioneers.
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