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WPIAL Soccer Scoreboard (10/3/2023)

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WPIAL Soccer Scoreboard

Tuesday, October 3, 2023

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  • It was a free kick winner for Upper St Clair’s Joe Donnelly, to keep the Panthers in first place in Class 4A, Section 2 on Tuesday.  With the win, coupled with Peters Twp’s 2-0 win vs Norwin, USC (12-1-0, 10-1-0) now holds a two-game lead in Section 2 standings.  Peters and Norwin are tied for second with 8-3-0 records.


  • Some top of the table section contests on Tuesday included Charleroi defeating Bentworth, 2-1, to remain unbeaten in Class 1A, Section 2.  The 2022 WPIAL Class 1A runner-up continue to make their case to be a number one overall seed for the upcoming playoffs.  Jacob Chambers and Dylan Klinger scored to lead the way for Charleroi (13-0, 8-0). Bentworth’s (10-2, 6-2) Andrew Vipperman scored for the Bearcats.
  • Defending Class 3A champs, Moon, needed an Extra Time winner from Mike Walenchok, while Davi Jansson had a goal and an assist to lead the Tigers past South Fayette — and keep them unbeaten in section play (9-0-1).
  • In a wild, wide open affair, Jordan Callipare scored a hat trick and Jacob Szep had two goals to lead Armstrong to a 5-4 win vs Kiski Area, while Nate Witt also picked up a hat trick, Liam Foley added a goal and Austin Beck had four assists for Kiski Area.
  • Thomas Jefferson (11-2-1, 9-1-1 in section) was able to keep pace in Class 3A, Section 3, with an exciting 2-1 win vs Trinity in Extra Time.  Brayden Miller scored both goals for the Jags.
  • Springdale (9-2-0, 8-2-0) kept pace in Class 1A, Section 3, with a 3-0 win vs Winchester Thurston.  The Dynamo are one game behind Burrell (11-1-0, 9-1-0), who defeated Riverview, 2-0.
  • In another battle of teams at the top of the standings in Class 1A, Section 4, Seton LaSalle returned the favor after losing earlier this season to Serra Catholic, to win on Tuesday, 2-0.  The schools are now tied atop the Section with identical 7-1-0 records.  Goals for Seton LaSalle came from Sal Pasquale and Tyler Kovalcik.

  • Plum remains without a loss in Class 3A, Section 4, but were pushed to the brink by Latrobe, but pulled out a 3-2 come-from-behind win.

Class 4A

Section 1 (4A)
Central Catholic at Butler 1-2
North Allegheny at North Hills 4-2
Seneca Valley at Pine-Richland 4-0
Shaler at Fox Chapel 0-2
Section 2 (4A)
Hempfield at Mt. Lebanon 1-6
Peters Township at Norwin 2-0
Upper St. Clair at Canon-McMillan 1-0  ET

Class 3A

Section 1 (3A)
Armstrong at Kiski Area 5-4
Hampton at Highlands 9-0
North Catholic at Indiana 2-0
Section 2 (3A)
Ambridge at Blackhawk 0-3
Chartiers Valley at Montour 1-3
South Fayette at Moon 1-2   ET2
West Allegheny at Central Valley 2-2   ET2
Section 3 (3A)
Albert Gallatin at Bethel Park 0-5
Laurel Highlands at Ringgold 2-5
Thomas Jefferson at Trinity 2-1  ET
Uniontown at Connellsville 0-6
Section 4 (3A)
Franklin Regional at Gateway 2-3
Penn-Trafford at Penn Hills 0-1
Plum at Latrobe 3-2
Class 2A
Section 1 (2A)
East Allegheny at Elizabeth Forward 0-3
Steel Valley at South Park 0-7
West Mifflin at Woodland Hills 0-2
Section 2 (2A)
Deer Lakes at Derry Area 14-0
Greensburg Salem at Knoch 0-6
Jeannette at Freeport 2-4
Shady Side Academy at Leechburg 10-1
Section 3 (2A)
Brownsville at Belle Vernon 0-10
Mount Pleasant at Southmoreland 7-0
Waynesburg Central at Washington 2-1
Yough at McGuffey 0-1
Section 4 (2A)
Ellwood City at Beaver Area 0-11
Hopewell at Avonworth 1-2  ET2
Mohawk at Riverside 1-3

Class 1A

Section 1 (1A)
Freedom at Eden Christian 1-2  ET
Neshannock at Beaver County Christian 1-3
Section 2 (1A)
California at Beth-Center 1-8
Charleroi at Bentworth 2-1
Section 3 (1A)
Riverview at Burrell 0-2
Springdale at Winchester Thurston 3-0
St. Joseph at Aquinas Academy 0-6
Section 4 (1A)
Brentwood at Chartiers-Houston 1-4
Serra Catholic at Seton LaSalle 0-2
Non Section
Geibel Catholic at Ligonier Valley 4-11


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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