What to watch for in WPIAL sports on Sept. 13, 2023: South Hills rivals to square off in girls soccer
Tuesday, September 12, 2023 | 11:11 PM
Last year, four South Hills rivals qualified for the WPIAL Class 4A girls soccer playoffs.
Those same four schools sit stop the Section 2-4A standings midway through September.
The perfect Panthers sit alone in first place with a 4-0 section record and 6-0 overall. In its six victories, USC has outscored its opponents 42-0.
The visiting Black Hawks are tied with Mt. Lebanon for third place with a 3-2 section record and an overall mark of 4-2-1.
The Indians and Blue Devils were the top two teams in the section a year ago.
Peters Township is a half-game behind USC for first place this fall with a 3-0-1 section record, 5-0-1 overall. The Indians have outscored their opponents 24-1 in six games.
Mt. Lebanon has won five of seven overall and is 3-2 in section action.
More top four battles
Another section where the top four girls soccer teams go head to head Wednesday is Section 4-2A.
On Wednesday, the Eagles visit the Highlanders while the Golden Eagles are on the road to battle the Bulldogs.
Three other girls soccer matches of note Wednesday:
Repeating on the links
The Freeport boys golf team won the Section 1-2A title last year.
The Yellowjackets are 8-0 in section play, one match ahead of the 7-1 Knights.
Freeport defeated Knoch in their first meeting Aug. 24.
The match will take place at the Butler Country Club at 3:30 p.m.
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