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Girls Soccer: It's been 20 up, 20 down for Seneca Valley

Written by Nicholas Tolomeo on .

Seneca Valley has enjoyed 20/20 vision this season, winning all 20 of its games and now the Raiders hope to see their way to the WPIAL Class AAA championship contest to defend their title from a year ago. The top-seeded Raiders defeated No. 16 Hempfield, 4-1, and No. 9 Fox Chapel, 3-0, to reach the WPIAL semifinals for a second consecutive season. Emily Wagner scored twice for Seneca Valley against Fox Chapel and the defense pitched its 15th shutout of the season. Seneca Valley will meet No. 6 Penn-Trafford in a WPIAL semifinal Monday night at 8 p.m. at Baldwin. Penn-Trafford is 18-1-1 overall. The Warriors are led by the dynamic scoring tandem of Casey Aunkst and Italia Biondi.

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Alumni Update George DeAugustino (Grove City)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Three Grove City College fall student-athletes have been honored by the Presidents' Athletic Conference asDeAugustino GC Players of the Week in their respective sports for games played from October 6-12, as announced by the conference office Monday afternoon.


Senior Caroline McGuire (Shorewood, Wis./Dominican) was named the conference's Women's Tennis Player of the Week while junior Seth Loew (Center Valley, Pa./Southern Lehigh) and senior George DeAugustino were named Men's Soccer Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively.


DeAugustino, a Seneca Valley graduate, led the Wolverine defense to a pair of conference shutout wins and also registered his second goal of the season in Grove City's 9-0 victory over Thiel. The Wolverines held their opponents to just 12 total shots in the two matches, including just two on goal.
 

 

(photo courtesy of Grove City College)

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Girls Volleyball: Seneca Valley places second at State College Invitational

Written by Ken Wunderley on .

Seneca Valley finished second in the 16-team State College Invitational, held Oct. 11. The Raiders lost to Parkland, 25-20, 25-15, in the title match. Freeport and Pine-Richland were also in the tournament.

State College Little Lion Invitational

GOLD PLAYOFFS
Finals:
Parkland def. Seneca Valley 25-20, 25-15

Semifinals:
Parkland def. State College 25-8;
Seneca Valley def. Cumberland Valley 25-22