WPIAL Football Playoff Scores for Friday 11/11

Thursday, November 10, 2016 | 11:18 PM

First and foremost on this second Friday of district postseason play, WE SALUTE ALL THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE STEPPED UP AND SERVED THIS GREAT COUNTRY OF OURS!!!! Secondly, the 16 games played Friday around the WPIAL set the final menu for the four title games in 6-A, 5-A, 4-A and 3-A at Heinz Field next Friday as well as filled the Final Four slate in 2-A and 1-A next Saturday. Here are ALL the results of the 16 games, ALL of which can be heard again ONLY here on the MSA Sports Network.

ALL games can be heard archived here on the MSA Sports Network.

WPIAL CLASS 6-A Semifinals:

Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings  63  –  Pine-Richland Rams  34  (F)

Seneca Valley Raiders  28  –  North Allegheny Tigers  27  (F)

WPIAL CLASS 5-A Semifinals:

West Allegheny Indians  35  –  Woodland Hills Wolverines  7  (F)

McKeesport Tigers  41  –  Gateway Gators  38  (F)

WPIAL CLASS 4-A Semifinals:

Thomas Jefferson Jaguars  35  –  West Mifflin Titans  7  (F)

New Castle Red Hurricane  38  –  Ringgold Rams  17  (F)

WPIAL CLASS 3-A Semifinals:

Aliquippa Quips  46  –  Derry Trojans  20  (F)

Beaver Falls Tigers  28  –  Keystone Oaks Golden Eagles  21  (F) 

WPIAL CLASS 2-A Quarterfinals:

Steel Valley Ironmen  50  –  Laurel Spartans  14  (F)

Riverside Panthers  21  –  Freedom Bulldogs  7  (F)

Washington Little Prexies  61  –  Brentwood Spartans  27  (F)

Neshannock Lancers  71  –  Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic Trojans  28  (F)

WPIAL CLASS 1-A Quarterfinals:

Clairton Bears  46  –  Fort Cherry Rangers  8  (F)

Northgate Flames  41  –  Bishop Canevin Crusaders  0  (F)

Rochester Rams  32  –  Imani Christian Saints  6  (F)

Jeannette Jayhawks  69  –  Springdale Dynamos  21  (F)


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