The South Shines as Mount Lebanon & Seton-LaSalle Celebrate 2013 WPIAL Boys Lacrosse Titles

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013 | 12:03 AM


In the fifth anniversary of WPIAL boys lacrosse, won school captured gold for a third time while the other enjoyed their first ever golden crown. Mount Lebanon held off North Allegheny in the Division I finals to keep their streak of winning every other year in tact (2009, 2011 and 2013) while Seton-LaSalle knocked off the Quaker Valley Quakers for the Rebels first ever WPIAL boys lacrosse championship in the Division II title match. Here are ALL of the results from the 2013 WPIAL Boys Lacrosse Playoffs.

Any result marked with (MSA) after the score can be heard archived here on the MSA Sports Network.

2013 WPIAL DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH:

Mount Lebanon Blue Devils 9 – North Allegheny Tigers 8  (MSA)

WPIAL DIVISION I Semifinals:

Mount Lebanon Blue Devils 17 – Peters Township Indians 9  (MSA)

North Allegheny Tigers 9 – Shady Side Academy Indians 5  (MSA)

WPIAL DIVISION I Quarterfinals:

Mount Lebanon Blue Devils 15 – Franklin Regional Panthers 10

Peters Township Indians 14 – Hampton Talbots 5

North Allegheny Tigers 7 – Bethel Park Black Hawks 4

Shady Side Academy Indians 9 – Sewickley Academy Panthers 2

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2013 WPIAL DIVISION II CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH:

Seton-LaSalle Rebels 13 – Quaker Valley Quakers 8  (MSA)

WPIAL DIVISION II Semifinals:

Seton-LaSalle Rebels 8 – Baldwin Highlanders 3  (MSA)

Quaker Valley Quakers 12 – Greensburg Central Catholic Centurions 11

WPIAL DIVISION II Quarterfinals:

Seton-LaSalle Rebels 17 – Latrobe Wildcats 5

Baldwin Highlanders 13 – Mars Fighting Planets 6

Greensburg Central Catholic Centurions 9 – Vincentian Academy Royals 4

Quaker Valley Quakers 15 – Indiana Little Indians 10

WPIAL DIVISION II First Round:

Latrobe Wildcats 11 – Winchester Thurston Bears 4

 

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