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WPIAL boys soccer scoreboard (10/8/19)

photo credit - Jared Todhunter

Here’s the WPIAL boys soccer scoreboard for Tuesday, October 8, with a full schedule of section matches that included some clinching section titles, some clinching playoff berths — and others staying right in the playoff race.

Where do we start?

Clinching Section titles

Seneca Valley, the defending WPIAL Class 4A champs, earned its second consecutive Section 1 title on Tuesday, with its 2-0 win vs Allderdice.

Mars continues its dominance in 3A, Section 2, by beating long-time rivals, Hampton, 2-1 to officially clinch another section title.

Congratulations to Riverside (11-3) on clinching Class 1A, Section 1 title.

Mt. Lebanon and Plum remain unbeaten in Class 4A 

The Blue Devils outlasted Canon-Mac, 4-3, as Liam Donald scored the go-ahead goal with just a minute to play.  Section 3 leading Plum remain without a loss as well, beating Hempfield, 3-0.

How about Woody High!

With a 4-4 tie (2OT) against Greater Latrobe, Varsity Boys Soccer clinched the first WPIAL soccer playoff berth in Woodland Hills school history. Woodland Hills entered the game with a two game lead over Greater Latrobe, who needed a victory over the Wolverines to preserve their hopes of a playoff bid.

Ironmen make a statement

We’re looking forward to sharing a feature about Steel Valley’s boys program later this week, and tonight the playoff-bound Ironmen beat one of the teams ahead of them in Class 2A, Section 1, Elizabeth Forward, 2-1.

With Steel Valley beating Elizabeth Forward, and Keystone Oaks being idle, South Park stayed in control of first place in Class 2A, Section 1, though with a big win. This sets up final matches on Thursday between South Park-Elizabeth Forward, and Keystone Oaks and Steel Valley that will determine the order these teams will finish in one of the most competitive sections this season.




Time Teams Result
WPIAL Class 4A Section 1 (4A)
Pine-Richland at  Central Catholic 1-0
Seneca Valley at  Allderdice 2-0
Shaler at  North Allegheny 2-11
WPIAL Class 4A Section 2 (4A)
Bethel Park at  Brashear 2-0
Mt. Lebanon at  Canon-McMillan 4-3
Peters Township at  Baldwin 0-3
WPIAL Class 4A Section 3 (4A)
Connellsville at  Norwin 0-4
Latrobe at  Woodland Hills 4-4
Penn-Trafford at  Penn Hills 4-1
Plum at  Hempfield 3-0
WPIAL Class 3A Section 1 (3A)
Highlands at  Kiski Area 2-4
Indiana at  Knoch 2-5
Mars at  Hampton 2-1
North Hills at  Armstrong 4-0
WPIAL Class 3A Section 2 (3A)
Beaver Area at  Montour 0-3
Moon at  Obama Academy 5-1
West Allegheny at  Blackhawk 1-2
WPIAL Class 3A Section 3 (3A)
Belle Vernon at  Greensburg Salem 4-1
Laurel Highlands at  Albert Gallatin 1-2
Trinity at  Ringgold 0-1
WPIAL Class 3A Section 4 (3A)
Chartiers Valley at  Gateway 4-2
McKeesport at  Franklin Regional 0-8
West Mifflin at  South Fayette 0-4
WPIAL Class 2A Section 1 (2A)
South Allegheny at  McGuffey 2-4
South Park at  East Allegheny 3-2
Steel Valley at  Elizabeth Forward 3-1
WPIAL Class 2A Section 2 (2A)
Deer Lakes at  Burrell 5-0
Leechburg at  Derry Area 4-3
Valley at  Freeport 0-5
WPIAL Class 2A Section 3 (2A)
Southmoreland at  Brownsville 6-3
Washington at  Yough 0-1
Waynesburg Central at  Beth-Center 1-0
WPIAL Class 2A Section 4 (2A)
Central Valley at  Hopewell 6-1
New Brighton at  South Side Beaver 4-2
Quaker Valley at  North Catholic 4-2
WPIAL Class 1A Section 1 (1A)
Neshannock at  Our Lady of Sacred Heart 0-4
Riverside at  Mohawk 1-0
Sewickley Academy at  Beaver County Christian 1-2
WPIAL Class 1A Section 2 (1A)
Greensburg Central Catholic at  Geibel Catholic 12-0
Serra Catholic at  St. Joseph 2-2
WPIAL Class 1A Section 3 (1A)
Carlynton at  Aquinas Academy 6-0
Riverview at  Eden Christian 3-1
Vincentian Academy  at  Avonworth 2-7
WPIAL Class 1A Section 4 (1A)
Chartiers-Houston at  California 5-0
Monessen at  Bentworth 4-5
Seton LaSalle at  Bishop Canevin 0-0
Trinity Christian at  Carrick 8-2

John Krysinsky has covered soccer and other sports for many years for various publications and media outlets. He is also author of 'Miracle on the Mon' -- a book about the Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC, which chronicles the club, particularly the early years of Highmark Stadium with the narrative leading up to and centered around a remarkable match that helped provide a spark for the franchise. John has covered sports for Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, DK Pittsburgh Sports, Pittsburgh Sports Report, has served as color commentator on Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC broadcasts, and worked with OPTA Stats and broadcast teams for US Open Cup and International Champions Cup matches held in the US. 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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