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#WPIAL Boys Soccer Quarterfinals Results

Freedom stunned Greensburg Central Catholic at Hampton to advance to its first ever WPIAL Semifinals (Photo Courtesy of Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) 


What a night in WPIAL Boys soccer as all four classifications saw some exciting contests on Wednesday evening — including ome pretty big upsets.
 
I was fortunate to be on hand to see two of them — Freedom’s 1-o win over Greensburg Central Catholic in 1A, and Pine-Richland’s 3-1 win over Penn-Trafford in which sophomore Niko Marsh had the hat-trick for the Rams.
In the top tier classification, it was a clean sweep for all the Section 1 teams remaining– as top seed Seneca Valley, North Allegheny and Pine-Richland all won to join Upper St. Clair in the Class 4A semifinals.
Maybe, this will be the year that a non-South Hills team will win the top classification, which hasn’t happened since 2005 (Plum).

4A

Seneca Valley 1  Canon McMillan  0
North Allegheny 2  Peters Twp 0
Upper St. Clair 1  Allderdice 0 
Pine-Richland 3 Penn-Trafford 1
4a Semifinals (Saturday, Oct. 29 – Sites/Times TBA)
Seneca Valley vs Upper St. Clair
Pine Richland vs North Allegheny
 

3A

Montour 1 vs Hampton 0 
Thomas Jefferson 2  Laurel Highlands 0 
Chartiers Valley 1 West Allegheny 0
Mars 3 Moon 1
3a Semifinals(Saturday, Oct. 29 – Sites/Times TBA)
Montour vs Chartiers Valley
Mars vs Thomas Jefferson
 
 

2A

No. 1 South Park 2  Deer Lakes 1
Shady Side Academy 3  No. 4 Waynesburg 2 (2OT) 

Quaker Valley  3  Central Valley 1 
Beaver 5  Riverside 2 

Semifinals (Saturday, Oct. 29 – Sites/Times TBA)
South Park vs Shady Side Academy
Beaver vs Quaker Valley winner
 

1A

Seton LaSalle 2   Aquinas Academy 1

 
North Catholic 2   Eden Christian 0
Freedom 1   Greensburg Central Catholic 0
 (here’s my recap of Freedom’s win in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and post-game interview with coach Colin Williams) 

Sewickley Academy 1   Bentworth 0 
Semifinals (Saturday, Oct. 29 – Sites/Times TBA)
Seton LaSalle vs North Catholic
Sewickley Academy vs Freedom

John Krysinsky

John Krysinsky has covered soccer and other sports for many years for various publications and media outlets including Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, DK Pittsburgh Sports, Pittsburgh Sports Report, and more. Krysinsky also served as the Head Men’s Soccer Coach at his alma mater, Point Park University, where he led the Pioneers to the first-ever winning seasons and playoff berths (1996-98); head coach of North Catholic boys (2007-08), associate head coach of Shady Side Academy boys (2009-2014).

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