Excessive College Scoreboard – Thursday, Oct. 29 by means of Saturday, Oct. 31

Excessive College Scoreboard – Thursday, Oct. 29 by means of Saturday, Oct. 31

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Highschool scores and stats from video games performed Thursday, Oct. 30 by means of Saturday, Oct. 31 within the Beaver County Occasions protection space. Coaches, athletic administrators and statisticians — please submit scores and stats to [email protected] The Occasions won’t be taking scores over the cellphone this season.

Discover: With the top of the common season, The Occasions is desirous about publishing all-section groups in soccer, soccer, and volleyball. Coaches and athletic administrators ought to e-mail their convention’s all-section groups to [email protected]


Clairton 54, OLSH 20 

Dontae Sanders ran for 428 yards and scored six touchdowns on simply 19 carries as Clairton knocked OLSH out of the WPIAL Class 1A playoffs. Jaymar Pearson ran for 110 yards and scored three touchdowns for the Chargers, however OLSH had no reply for Sanders, who scored on runs of 34, 14, 3, 48, 74 and 37 yards. OLSH completed the season with a 5-Three document.

Freedom 30, Beaver 21

Reiker Welling and Cole Beck flipped the script for Freedom’s closing sport. Beck and Welling linked for a landing for the tenth time this season, solely this time Beck was on the receiving finish of a 5-yard go from Welling. Welling additionally had a 62-yard interception return for a landing whereas Beck threw a 22-yard landing go to Brett Boyd. James Finch scored on a 52-yard punt return and Mason Lang scored on a 42-yard fumble return for Beaver, which honored outgoing coach Jeff Beltz earlier than his final sport. Freedom completed 5-3, whereas Beaver completed 2-5.0

New Fort 51, Blackhawk 35

Carson Davidson and Logan Calior connected for 3 touchdowns, however it wasn’t sufficient for Blackhawk to tug out the win on this Parkway Convention make-up sport. Initially scheduled for Oct. 16, it was postponed attributable to constructive COVID-19 instances at New Fort. The Crimson Hurricane led Blackhawk 31-14 on the half. Tyler Dietterich added two extra touchdowns for Blackhawk, which completed the season 2-6. 


Thursday, Oct. 29

Class 2A, quarterfinals

Shady Facet Academy 4, Ambridge 1

Saturday, Oct. 31

Class 1A, quarterfinals

Sewickley Academy 1, OLSH 0

Monday, Nov. 2

Class 3A, semifinals

West Allegheny at Franklin Regional, 6:30 p.m.


Thursday, Oct. 29

Class 4A, quarterfinals

Moon 1, Fox Chapel 0

Class 3A, quarterfinals

West Allegheny 2, Hampton 0

Monday, Nov. 2

Class 4A, semifinals

Moon at Butler, 6:30 p.m.

Class 3A, semifinals

West Allegheny at Plum, 6:30 p.m.

Class 1A, semifinals

OLSH at Metal Valley, 6:30 p.m.

South Facet vs. Greensburg Central Catholic, 6:30 p.m. at Norwin


Thursday, Oct. 29

Class 3A, first spherical

Beaver 3, Albert Gallatin 0

Mars 3, Hopewell 0

Montour 3, Central Valley 0

Class 2A, first spherical

Ellwood Metropolis 3, Ligonier Valley 0

Saturday, Oct. 31

Class 4A quarterfinals

Moon 3, Bethel Park 1

Class 1A, quarterfinals

OLSH 3, Leechburg 1

BCCS 3, Ft. Cherry 0 (forfeit attributable to COVID-19)

Monday, Nov. 2

Class 3A, quarterfinals

Mars at Beaver, 7 p.m.

Class 2A, quarterfinals

Serra Catholic at Ellwood Metropolis, 7 p.m.


WPIAL Class 3A boys championships

High 10 advance to state championships, plus these from staff champion North Allegheny.

State qualifiers: 1. C.J. Singleton (Butler), 15:50; 2. Sage Vavro (Butler), 16:03; 3. Noah Petersen (Seneca Valley), 16:06; 4. Scott Nalepa (North Allegheny), 16:09; 5. Alex Jubert (Norwin), 16:21; 6. Graham Wolfe (NA), 16:23; 7. Gregory Kossuth (NA), 16:25; 8. Eli Dewitt (SV), 16:28; 9. Andrew Kollitz (NA), 16:29; 10. Barak Asher (Mount Lebanon), 16:29; 11. Victor Williams (Pine-Richland), 16:30; 12. Dante Frescura (Latrobe), 16:31; 13. Jake Borgesi (South Fayette), 16:32; 14. Jackson Hickel (NA), 16:39; 15. Skyler Vavro (Butler), 16:39

Notable native finishers: 48. Jacob Puhalla (Moon), 17:34; 51. Joshua Kiss (West Allegheny), 17:38; 65. John Yanosick (Moon), 17:54

WPIAL Class 3A women championships

High 10 advance to state championships, plus these from staff champion North Allegheny.

State qualifiers: 1. Mia Cochran (Moon), 17:46; 2. Jenna Lang (Bethel Park), 18:22; 3. Keeley Misutka (North Allegheny), 18:27; 4. Meredith Worth (Pine-Richland), 18:30; 5. Eliza Miller (Kiski), 18:48; 6. Laura Carter (Fox Chapel), 18:53; 7. Gina Bolla (Baldwin), 18:56; 8. Eva Kynaston (North Allegheny), 18:59; 9. Lauren Iagnemma (South Fayette), 19:04; 10. Tesslyn Helms (Oakland), 19:06; 11. Angelina Hunkele (Pine-Richland), 19:12; 12. Dylan Kirchner (Seneca Valley), 19:12.

Notable native finishers: 50. Laura Croco (West Allegheny), 20:51; 66. Gianna Giacomino (West Allegheny), 21:25. 70. Chiara Golomb (Moon), 21:29

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