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Games being covered by Champs staff tonight: Montour vs. West Allegheny, Hopewell vs Central Valley, Beaver Falls vs. South Fayette, Central Catholic vs. Upper St. Clair, Mt. Lebanon at Seneca Valley. We will have scores from all the WPIAL playoff games.
Sean 7:47 - McCauley halls in 5 yard TD pass to give Seneca Valley a 6-0 lead over Mt. Lebanon.
Al 7:46 - Zach Challingsworth on a 11 yard run gives South Fayette a 7-0.
Matt 7:43 - It's like watching "WPIAL Greatest Hits" after one quarter we have no score between the Spartans and Indians and have seen 3 punts. It's like watching ping-pong.
Brian 7:40 - Cetral Valley gets on the board first against the Hopewell Vikings lead 7-0. Rob Foster is wanting to impress after being on the sidelines last week.
Matt 7:16 - I'm join along side our newest member to the Champs team Bianca Demino, who will be interning for us. She got the PA announcer to give her a shoutout before kickoff. I'm impressed.
Al 7:08 - All set here at Tigers Stadium for Beaver Falls vs. South Fayette
Matt 7:06 - Welcome to Rounad two of the WPIAL Football Playoffs, tonight Champs staff is at 5 games that we will be brining you updates of as well as other games in the playoffs.
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Champs Sports Network's coverage of the WPIAL Playoffs starts Friday night. Here are the games we will have extened coverage of: Pittsburgh Central Catholic vs. Penn-Trafford -- Hempfield vs. Seneca Valley -- Ringgold vs. West Allegeny -- Trinity vs. Montour -- Steel Valley vs. Aliquippa - Greensburg Central Catholic vs. Seton LaSalle.
Jeff 9:44 - Montour to play West Alleghney next week. Montour wins 27-6.
Jeff 9:36 - Final from Moon Area, Aliquippa defeates Steel Valley 55-0.
Jeff 9:35 - Cole Macek scores second TD of game. Montour now leads 27-6. First final of the evening. Gateway defeats Peters Township 28-19.
Jeff 9:20 - End of thrd quarter, Montour 20, Trinity 6
Jeff 9:18 - Great punt by Montour. Ball downed at Trinity 3
Jeff 9:12 - Devin Wilson fumbles at 4 yard line. Trinity recovers. Halts impressive Montour drive.
Jeff 9:07 - Big Play for Montour. Driving on Trinity.
Jeff 8:54 - Start of the second half. Trinity gets the ball first.
Jeff 8:28 - Montour offense stayed on the sideline in the second quarter. Good thing the defense held up. Halftime score is 20-6 Montour.
Matt 8:20 - I thought trick-or-treat was tomorrow night? Warriors on the final play of the half, hook and later play 35-yard touchdown. We go into the locker room Central leads 17-12.
Jeff 8:16 - Buchiell with a 41 yard pass to Lucas for Montour. Loses 15 yards on a celebration.
Jeff 8:09 - Montour's Tyren Green ill advised throw. Easy Interception for Gaage Marry.
Jeff 8:05 - Montour has recorded 11 first downs to this point. 2 for Trinity.
Matt 8:01 - Central gets great field position and takes advanage Consentino on a QB keeper from one yard out. 10-6 Vikings with 6:29 left in first half.
Nick 7:58 - Greensburgh Central Catholic leads 7-0 over Seton at the end of thefirst.
Chrissy 7:57 - Chase Dylan scores for West-A now lead 20-0 over Ringgold
Sean 7:52 - Jordan Brown 12-yard run to give the Seneca Valley a 13-0 lead with 3:41 left in 1st
Matt 7:47 - Penn Trafford answers with Tom Stinelli punching it in from two yards away PAT was blocked. 19 seconds left to play in the 1st.
Chrissy 7:46 - West Allegheny scores on 3rd and 1, Nick Haldbel ran it in, PAT was no good.
Sean 7:40 - Seneca Valey takes 6-0 lead on Barnes 1-yard one. 2 pt conversion was failed.
Jeff Wink 7:39 - Montour takes the early lead with a 78 yadr drive. Ryan Mahelchick on a 6 yard run at 8:12 of the first.
Matt 7:37 - Central Catholic hits a 23-yard field goal with 7:01 in the first. Lista-Brinza with 55 yards rushing on the opening drive.
Chrissy Wolbert 7:35 - West Allegheny gets on the board on a fumble recovery. West A leads 7-0 over Ringgold with 10:29 left in the first.
Sean Gallagher 7:31 - Seneca Valley wins the toss and will receive to start the game again the Hempfield spartans.
Matt 7:05 - Good evening football fans welcome to Champs Sports Network's coverage of the WPIAL football playoffs. We have reporters all over the area bringing you scores and updates. I'm along side Mike Asti tonight for Central Catholic and Penn-Trafford, and we will bring up updates from this game among others around the WPIAL.
The WPIAL Football Playoffs begin this Friday. Each of the four classifications has 16 teams qualify for the playoffs. Only four teams will be crowned WPIAL Champions at Heinz Field. Here are a possiblilty of the order for each of the classifications.
1. North Allegheny
3. Upper St. Clair
4. Mt. Lebanon
5. Seneca Valley
7. Woodland Hills
9. Pittsburgh Central Catholic
10. Bethel Park
11. North Hills
13. Kiski Area
14. Peters Township
1. Thomas Jefferson
2. Central Valley
4. West Allegheny
5. West Mifflin
8. Franklin Regional
11. Elizabeth Forward
15. Belle Vernon
2. South Fayette
8. Seton-La Salle
9. Mt. Pleasant
10. South Allegheny
11. Beaver Falls
12. Shady Side Academy
13. Greensburg Central Catholic
16. Steel Valley
2. North Catholic
14. Bishop Canevin
Remember, these seeds are not official. The official brackets will be released on Monday.
There’s nothing better than a good rivalry game to help jump start a strong season. That is exactly the attitude both Bethel Park and Mount Lebanon had going into their week 2 matchup.
The Black Hawks (1-0) were coming off a blowout win over Plum in week 1, but were meeting their first true test of the season against the Blue Devils (0-1). Despite coming off a loss at the hands of defending champion North Allegheny, Lebo feel they still can compete in the strong South Eastern Conference of the WPIAL.
Mount Lebanon opened the game with a 7:30 minute drive, which saw Tyler Roth lead his crew up the field with ease. However, this drive, much like 3 similar possessions throughout the first half, didn’t result in any points. Bethel Park didn’t have much more luck, accumulating only 86 yards of total offense in the first two quarters.
A revitalized Mount Lebanon unit emerged in the second half and completely took over the game. The scoreless drought was over. Roth found his favorite target and connected for a 30 yard touchdown with Senior, Mike Briercheck. This was one of two late TD’s. Tack on a field goal and a 0-0 game became 17-0 Lebo in a blink of an eye.
Normally that wouldn’t be an impossible deficit, except it was for Bethel. The Black Hawk defense was exhausted and had been on the field most of the night. Every time Bethel Park put together a drive, it was ruined by a costly turnover or penalty. Eventually BP broke through and found the end zone. By that point, it was far too late.
Mount Lebanon has now defeated their arch rival back to back seasons, and able to rebound back to .500 in the tough SEC.
Rushing - Lebo: 28 / 184 BP: 37 / 69
Passing - Lebo: 9 / 18 122 BP: 16 / 30 207
Net Yards - Lebo: 306 BP: 276
Penalty/Yards - Lebo: 3 / 35 BP: 5 / 35
Fumbles/Lost - Lebo: 2 / 2 BP: 4 / 1
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