WPIAL boys soccer playoff clinchings through Oct. 8, 2023

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Sunday, October 8, 2023 | 8:01 PM


Section play in the regular season is winding down with one week left in the 2023 WPIAL boys soccer season.

The top four teams in each section qualify for the district playoffs. All teams tied for a playoff spot in which head-to-head does not break the tie all qualify for the postseason.

Here is the latest list of district teams that have qualified for the WPIAL boys soccer playoffs through Sunday:

Class 4A

7 of at least 8 teams have qualified

North Allegheny Tigers

Seneca Valley Raiders

Butler Golden Tornado

Fox Chapel Foxes

Upper St. Clair Panthers

Norwin Knights

Peters Township Indians

Class 3A

13 of at least 16 teams have qualified

Hampton Talbots

Mars Fightin’ Planets

Moon Tigers

Montour Spartans

South Fayette Lions

Bethel Park Black Hawks

Thomas Jefferson Jaguars

Ringgold Rams

Trinity Hillers

Plum Mustangs

Latrobe Wildcats

Franklin Regional Panthers

Gateway Gators

Class 2A

12 of at least 16 teams have qualified

South Park Eagles

Deer Lakes Lancers

Shady Side Academy Bulldogs

Knoch Knights

Belle Vernon Leopards

Mt. Pleasant Vikings

McGuffey Highlanders

Yough Cougars

Avonworth Antelopes

Quaker Valley Quakers

Beaver Bobcats

Hopewell Vikings

Class A

16 of a possible 17 teams have qualified

Sewickley Academy Panthers

Eden Christian Academy Warriors

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Chargers

Beaver County Christian Eagles

Charleroi Cougars

Bentworth Bearcats

Beth-Center Bulldogs

Greensburg Central Catholic Centurions

Burrell Buccaneers

Springdale Dynamos

Winchester Thurston Bears

Trinity Christian Academy Falcons

Seton LaSalle Rebels

Serra Catholic Eagles

Carlynton Cougars

Bishop Canevin Crusaders

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