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WPIAL Championship Scoreboard: Pine-Richland, South Fayette, Aliquippa, OLSH Take Titles



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The penultimate night of WPIAL football championships took place at Heinz Field last night as four winners were crowned. Pine-Richland defeated Seneca Valley, South Fayette beat Thomas Jefferson, Aliquippa handled Derry and OLSH won their first title by beating Rochester. PSN had full coverage of all the action from Heinz Field from our intrepid reporters Parker Hurley and Steve Brenner and photographers David Hague and Matt Hawley.

Final scores:

OLSH 28 – Rochester 6
Aliquippa 42 – Derry 19
South Fayette 31 – Thomas Jefferson 24
Pine-Richland 34 – Seneca Valley 7

Class 1A

OLSH rolls Rochester 28-6 for the first WPIAL championship in school history.

Takeaways from the game as OLSH hopes this is just the beginning for the program.

Photos from David Hague:

Class 3A

The unstoppable juggernaut that is Aliquippa rolls on after dominating #2 Derry, 42-19 for their 17th WPIAL title.

New Aliquippa coach Mike Warfield gets it done after stepping into the role once held by longtime coach Mike Zmijanic.

Photos by David Hague:

Class 4A

South Fayette came back from 21-10 to defeat Thomas Jefferson 31-24 and end the Jaguars’ 3-year WPIAL title streak.

How South Fayette roared back to take down the returning champions.

Photos by Matt Hawley:

Class 6A

Pine-Richland handily defeated Seneca Valley, 34-7 to repeat as WPIAL champions.

The new kid on the block: P-R quarterback Cole Spencer picks up the mantle held by former star Phil Jurkovec and the Rams don’t miss a beat in WPIAL repeat.

Photos by Matt Hawley:

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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