WPIAL & City League Week 11 Friday Football Scores

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Friday, November 7, 2014 | 4:18 PM


We came upon the second exit on the Highway to Heinz, where the lines between favorites and underdogs was supposed to be a little more blurred. While that might been the case in Class AAAA, the other three classifications seem to have a little more clarity in who advancing would surprise nobody and which teams winning Friday would raise plenty of eyebrows. Here is a rundown of the 16 WPIAL Quarterfinals results, all heard only here on The Network.

WPIAL CLASS AAAA Quarterfinals:

Pine-Richland Rams 49 – Altoona Mountain Lions 7  (MSA)

McKeesport Tigers 20 – Plum Mustangs 5 (MSA)

Penn-Trafford Warriors 35 –  North Allegheny Tigers 31  (MSA)

Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings  28 –  Woodland Hills Wolverines 0 (MSA)

WPIAL CLASS AAA Quarterfinals:

Central Valley Warriors 41 –  Indiana Little Indians  14 (MSA)

Ringgold Rams  21 – Hampton Talbots 20  OT (MSA)

Thomas Jefferson Jaguars 28 – Mars Fighting Planets 13  (MSA)

West Allegheny Indians 37 – Franklin Regional Panthers 14  (MSA)

WPIAL CLASS AA Quarterfinals:

South Fayette Lions 39 – South Park Eagles 21 (MSA)

Seton-LaSalle Rebels 28 – Highlands Golden Rams 21   (MSA)

Aliquippa Quips 40 – Mount Pleasant Vikings 0  (MSA)

Washington Little Prexies 58 – Apollo-Ridge Vikings 30  (MSA)

WPIAL CLASS A Quarterfinals:

Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic Trojans 20 – South Side Beaver Rams 6  (MSA)

Avonworth Antelopes 31 – Riverside Panthers 14   (MSA)

Clairton Bears 68 – Shenango Wildcats 7  (MSA)

Neshannock Lancers 46 – Jeannette Jayhawks 32  (MSA)

PIAA CLASS AA District 5/District 8 Semifinals:

Chestnut Ridge Lions 35  -Westinghouse Bulldogs 0

 

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