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WPIAL Girls Soccer Scoreboard (10/17/2022)

Photo courtesy Mt. Lebanon soccer Twitter

We have arrived at the penultimate day of the WPIAL  girls soccer regular season.

On the girls side, there is a decent number of section matches remaining to be played on this Monday. Check out each section schedule to also see what’s at stake.

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.

WPIAL Girls Soccer Schedule (10/17/2022)

WPIAL Class 4A

Section 1 (4A)

Fox Chapel 2, Allderdice 0

Butler 6 North Hills 0

North Allegheny 1, Seneca Valley 0 

Pine-Richland 3, Shaler 1 

What’s at Stake? 

  • UPDATE: North Allegheny (13-1-0) wins vs Seneca Valley (11-1-2) in the regular season finale to take the Section title.

  • Pine-Richland (8-5-0), Butler (8-5-0) and Fox Chapel (6-6-2) each earn a win in the battle for the final two spots, as P-R and Butler will advance to the playoffs.

Section 2 (4A)

Canon-McMillan 1, Baldwin 0

Mt. Lebanon 1, Bethel Park 0 

Upper St. Clair 2, Norwin 1 

Peters Township 7  Hempfield 0

What’s at Stake? 

  • Mt. Lebanon (12-2-0) edges Peters Township (11-1-2) for the Section Title following Monday’s results.
  • Bethel Park (8-4-2) and Upper St. Clair (9-5-0) have clinched playoff spots


WPIAL Class 3A

Section 1 (3A)

Hampton 3  Oakland Catholic 1

Kiski Area 3  Indiana 1

Mars 10, Obama Academy 0 

What’s at Stake? 

  • Mars (12-0) has clinched section title
  • Kiski Area and Indiana end up tied for fourth place in section and both will advance to WPIAL playoffs.

Section 2 (3A)

Elizabeth Forward 2, Belle Vernon 1 

Connellsville 3, Laurel Highlands 0 

Thomas Jefferson 4  Ringgold 0

What’s at Stake? 

  • Thomas Jefferson (13-1-0) edges Elizabeth Forward (12-1-1) for section title.
  • Ringgold has secured 3rd place
  • Connellsville (8-6), edges out Belle Vernon (7-7) for the final playoff spot

Section 3 (3A)

Franklin Regional 3 Penn Hills 0

Plum 4, Penn-Trafford 0 

What’s at Stake? 

  • Plum (11-1-0) secures the section title, eliminating Latrobe (9-1-1) by virtue of their win vs P-T on Monday.
  • Franklin Regional (7-4-1) and Penn-Trafford (5-4-3) have secured third and fourth place

Section 4 (3A)

Blackhawk 2  Trinity 1

Montour 1 West Allegheny 0

South Fayette 3  Chartiers Valley 0

What’s at Stake? 

Not much…

  • Moon (12-0) has secured a section title
  • South Fayette (9-3), West Allegheny (7-5) and Montour (8-4) have clinched playoff spots

WPIAL Class 2A

Section 1 (2A)

Avonworth 1 Quaker Valley 0

North Catholic 5, Beaver 2 

Hopewell 3, Central Valley 0 

What’s at Stake?

  • North Catholic (12-0) topped Avonworth (9-2) for the second time this year on Saturday to secure the section title.
  • Beaver Area, Hopewell, Quaker Valley and Central Valley all are battling for the final two playoff spots with games left to be played on Monday and Tuesday.

Section 2 (2A)

Burrell 1 Valley 0

Knoch 3, Deer Lakes 1 

Freeport 6  Highlands 1

What’s at Stake?

  • Freeport (10-2) does its part, beating Highlands. Knoch (9-1-1) has one more match left Tuesday vs Apollo-Ridge, and can clinch Section Title with a victory.
  • Burrell has clinched third, while Valley (5-7-0) takes fourth by virtue of Deer Lakes (4-7-1) loss on Monday.

Section 3 (2A)

Mount Pleasant 9  Ligonier Valley 0

What’s at Stake?

Not much…

  • Mt. Pleasant (9-0) have clinched Section Title.
  • Southmoreland, Yough and Woodland Hills have each clinched playoff spots.

Section 4 (2A)

West Mifflin 3  Brownsville 2

What’s at Stake?

  • South Park (9-1-0) clinched the section title.
  • Shady Side (8-2-0) have secured 2nd place.
  • Keystone Oaks (5-4-1) and West Mifflin (4-5-1) have also locked up playoff berths.

WPIAL Class 1A

Section 1 (1A)

Greensburg Central Catholic 4 Jeannette 0

Seton LaSalle 2  Steel Valley 1

Springdale 9, Riverview 5

What’s at Stake?

  • Springdale (11-1-0) secures the outright section title by virtue of its win on Monday.
  • Greensburg Central Catholic (9-2-0) is right behind them, and will finish second regardless of their result on Tuesday.
  • Seton LaSalle (8-3-0) is currently in third, while Riverview and Serra Catholic are all still in play for the final two playoff spots as Riverview still has a game remaining on Tuesday.

Section 2 (1A)

Bentworth 4 Beth-Center 0

Charleroi 8, Monessen 3

Waynesburg Central 4. South Allegheny 0 

What’s at Stake?

  • Chartiers-Houston (11-1-0) clinched Section title last week.
  • Waynesburg Central (9-2-0) and Charleroit (6-4-0) are locked in 2nd and 3rd place
  • By virtue of Monday’s results, Bentworth (5-6-1) take the last playoff spot from the section.

Section 3 (1A)

Freedom 5 South Side Beaver 1

Sewickley Academy 2, Mohawk 0

What’s at Stake?

  • Freedom (10-0-0) have clinched Section Title
  • Mohawk (6-3-0) has secured 2nd place and Riverside (4-6-0) and Sewickley (4-6-0) have secured 3rd and 4th place respectively as South Side is eliminated on Monday by virtue of their loss to Freedom.

Section 4 (1A)

Winchester Thurston 4  Ellis School 1

What’s at Stake?

  • Winchester Thurston (8-0-1), Our Lady of Sacred Heart (7-1-1) and Aquinas Academy (7-3-0) are all in contention for a Section Title heading into the last two days of action this week.
  • WT and OLSH have multiple games remaining, including a rematch on Tuesday (10/18) that will likely decide the Section champion.  Bishop Canevin have secured 4th place and the final playoff spot from the section.


Carlynton 6  Carrick 1

Keystone Oaks 2, Serra Catholic 1 (OT) 

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:

 Promoting mental health

(From the World Health Organization) 

There is no health without mental health. WHO advocates for a whole-of-government and whole-of-society response anchored on a shared vision for the future of mental health in the Region. Mental health promotion involves actions to strengthen the policy environment and the use of strategic communication for network building, stakeholder engagement, enhanced mental health literacy, and behavior change.

Mental health promotion interventions improve overall wellbeing and are delivered in the settings where people live, work, learn, and thrive. These include school and workplace mental health programs, early childhood interventions, social support and community engagement, women empowerment, anti-discrimination programs, and other interventions that address the social determinants of mental health. In order to maximize impact, mental health promotion activities must be linked closely with mental health services, and engage a variety of health and non-health (e.g. education, labor, social welfare, justice, environment, etc.) sectors.

WHO also leads high-profile advocacy campaigns to mobilize partners and resources, whilst raising awareness among decision makers and the general public. These include annual advocacy days on mental health, suicide prevention, and dementia, and other special initiatives.

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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