What to watch for in WPIAL sports for Sept. 5, 2023: Boys soccer section showdowns on tap
Monday, September 4, 2023 | 6:47 PM
In WPIAL Section 1-4A boys soccer, three teams are tied for first place with 2-0 section records while two others have split their first two section matches.
Four of those five teams go head-to-head Tuesday as we begin another busy week on the pitch.
North Allegheny is the other section team with a 2-0 record. The Tigers also are perfect on the season at 4-0 as they travel to Butler. The lone loss on the Golden Tornado’s 2-1-1 overall record is a 3-2 section loss to Seneca Valley in overtime.
More boys soccer fights for first
The Lancers (3-0 overall) will host the Bulldogs (2-0) on Tuesday.
Finally in Section 4-A, there is a six-way tie for first place. That’s because every team is 0-0 since the section schedule hasn’t kicked off, until Tuesday.
Girls volleyball openers
Section play begins for most teams in Class 3A, 2A and A in WPIAL girls volleyball on Tuesday.
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