We have arrived at the penultimate day of the WPIAL boys and girls soccer regular season.
While the schedule is filled with mostly non-section matches, there are a couple of section matches remaining to be played.
Remember, the original schedules sometimes change and we may not receive every update. You can share updates to the schedule including scores/updates/photos and videos both on Twitter using #WPIALSoccer or tagging @pghsoccernow or by messaging us via email or DM.
Thanks for all of your support this season!
We are looking forward to the postseason and sharing the brackets for the WPIAL playoffs on Wednesday, along with lots of content. Look for more to come!
PSN Promotes Mental Health Awareness
In addition, for the remainder of the current season and into the postseason, we would like to continue to share resources to promote Mental Health Awareness.
Here are two outstanding resources to provide help and assistance with any Mental Health concerns or crisis situations:
WPIAL Boys Soccer Schedule (10/17/2022)
WPIAL Class 4A
Section 1 (4A)
Seneca Valley 2 North Allegheny 1
WPIAL Class 3A
Section 1 (3A)
North Catholic 3, Armstrong 1
— North Catholic High School (@NCForeverTrue) October 18, 2022
Quaker Valley 4, West Allegheny 0
Derry Area 4 Southmoreland 1
Eden Christian 1 Avonworth 1
Franklin Regional 3, Fox Chapel 1
Springdale 8, Greensburg Salem 1
Latrobe 4 Mount Pleasant 3
Montour 2 Seton LaSalle 2
Pine-Richland 1 Hampton 0
Washington 4, Ringgold 3
St. Joseph 1 Leechburg 1
These seniors put a stamp on this program & school history. What started out 4 years ago, a varsity soccer program's true beginning, concluded tonight for this group of student-athletes.
1-1 tie vs St. Joe's to end our season.
— Leechburg Boys Soccer (@LburgBoysSoccer) October 18, 2022
South Fayette 1, Upper St. Clair 0
BSOC drops its regular season finale 0-1 at @SFHSLions. BSOC ends the regular season at 9-6-2. Next game in the playoffs.#wpialsoccer @USCHSACTIVITIES @Big56Conference @pghsoccernow @PGSportsNow @TribLiveHSSN @SHillsAlmanac
— USCHS Soccer (@USCHSsoccer) October 18, 2022
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