Track teams capture section championships in Class AAA, AA

Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 3:52 PM

The 2019 WPIAL track and field team playoffs are set, with the semifinals set for Tuesday and the finals May 6 at Peters Township High School, here are the section winners and runners-up that qualified for the district postseason.

The section champion is listed first with the runner-up second.


Section 1-AAA - Hempfield, Norwin

Section 2-AAA - Connellsville, Laurel Highlands

Section 3-AAA - North Allegheny, Seneca Valley

Section 4-AAA - Mars, Kiski Area

Section 5-AAA - Franklin Regional, Central Catholic

Section 6-AAA - Mt. Lebanon, Baldwin

Section 7-AAA - West Mifflin, Chartiers Valley

Section 8-AAA – New Castle, Moon

Section 1-AA – Riverside, Shenango

Section 2-AA – Avonworth, South Side

Section 3-AA – Hopewell, Freedom

Section 4-AA – Riverview, Shady Side Academy

Section 5-AA – South Park, Chartiers-Houston

Section 6-AA – Waynesburg, Beth-Center

Section 7-AA – Deer Lakes, Apollo-Ridge

Section 8-AA – Southmoreland, Derry


Section 1-AAA – Norwin, Latrobe

Section 2-AAA – Belle Vernon, Connellsville

Section 3-AAA – Butler, North Allegheny, Seneca Valley (tri-champions)

Section 4-AAA - Kiski Area, Hampton

Section 5-AAA – Oakland Catholic, Franklin Regional

Section 6-AAA - Mt. Lebanon, South Fayette

Section 7-AAA - Chartiers Valley, Thomas Jefferson

Section 8-AAA – West Allegheny, Moon

Section 1-AA – Shenango, Mohawk

Section 2-AA – South Side, Avonworth

Section 3-AA – Hopewell, Quaker Valley

Section 4-AA – Riverview, Shady Side Academy

Section 5-AA – South Park, Fort Cherry

Section 6-AA – Brownsville, Waynesburg

Section 7-AA – Burrell, Deer Lakes

Section 8-AA – Derry, Greensburg Central Catholic

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