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WPIAL Soccer Scoreboard (10/12/2023): Seneca Valley, Bethel Park, Sewickley Academy boys and Thomas Jefferson girls clinch section titles

WPIAL Soccer Scoreboard

Thursday, October 12, 2023

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Class 4A

Some things continue to certain come mid-October each year.

One of those is Seneca Valley boys soccer team winning the ultra-competitive WPIAL Boys Soccer Class 4A, Section 1, by defeating North Allegheny, 2-0 on Thursday night.

Once again, the Raiders took the section title with a pair of goals in the second half, from Tyler Prex and Tyler Mazeneck.  Seneca Valley completes section schedule play with a 11-0-3 section record (13-0-3 overall), while North Allegheny (10-1-3 in section, 13-1-3 overall) suffered its first loss of the season.

With the win, Seneca Valley, the defending PIAA champions, and defending WPIAL runner-up, should be in good position to earn a number one seed in the upcoming WPIAL playoffs, which brackets will be released next Wednesday.

Class 4A

Section 1 (4A)
Fox Chapel at Central Catholic 2-0
North Allegheny at Seneca Valley 0-2
North Hills at Butler 2-7
Shaler at Pine-Richland 0-1
Section 2 (4A)
Canon-McMillan at Baldwin 6-1
Hempfield at Peters Township 0-6
Mt. Lebanon at Allderdice 0-3
Upper St. Clair at Norwin 1-1  2ET


Class 3A

Bethel Park completed an undefeated run through Class 3A, Section 3, as Jackson Friday’s hat trick led the way, plus an additional goal from Xavier Jackson contributed to their 4-1 win vs Ringgold on Thursday night.

Class 3A 

Section 1 (3A)
Indiana at Kiski Area 5-1
North Catholic at Hampton 2-3
Section 2 (3A)
7:30pm Central Valley at Ambridge
Chartiers Valley at South Fayette 0-1
Montour at Blackhawk 3-0
West Allegheny at Moon 0-5
Section 3 (3A)
Connellsville at Albert Gallatin 2-2 2ET
Laurel Highlands at Trinity 1-3
Ringgold at Bethel Park 1-4
Uniontown at Thomas Jefferson 1-7
Section 4 (3A)
Latrobe at Franklin Regional 2-1  ET
McKeesport at Penn-Trafford 0-5
Obama Academy at Gateway 1-3
Plum at Penn Hills 2-0

Class 2A

Section 1 (2A)
Keystone Oaks at Steel Valley 9-1
South Allegheny at Elizabeth Forward 1-5
West Mifflin at South Park 0-2
Woodland Hills at East Allegheny 0-2
Section 2 (2A)
Freeport at Deer Lakes 1-6
Greensburg Salem at Shady Side Academy 0-7
Jeannette at Leechburg 13-0
Knoch at Derry Area 12-0
Section 3 (2A)
McGuffey at Belle Vernon 0-4
Mount Pleasant at Waynesburg Central 3-0
7:00pm Southmoreland at Brownsville
Yough at Washington 5-1
Section 4 (2A)
Quaker Valley at Ellwood City 13-0
Riverside at Beaver Area 1-3

Class 1A

Section 1 (1A)
Our Lady of Sacred Heart at Neshannock 2-0
Sewickley Academy at Freedom 1-0
South Side Beaver at Eden Christian 0-8
Section 2 (1A)
Greensburg Central Catholic at California 5-1
Ligonier Valley at Beth-Center 1-2
Section 3 (1A)
Springdale at St. Joseph 6-0
Trinity Christian at Riverview 8-0
Winchester Thurston at Burrell 2-0

Non Section

Bentworth at Chartiers-Houston 6-0
Portersville Christian at Beaver County Christian 1-0


Class 3A

Section 1 (3A)
Obama Academy at Indiana 0-7
Section 2 (3A)
Uniontown at Thomas Jefferson

Class 1A

Section 1 (1A)
Greensburg Central Catholic at Steel Valley 8-0
Section 2 (1A)
South Allegheny at Charleroi 0-2

Non Section 

Beaver Area at Freedom 1-2
Sewickley Academy at Quaker Valley 1-2
General McLane at Avonworth 1-4
Hampton at North Hills 4-1
Redbank Valley at Armstrong 0-7

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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