Girls advance to PIAA semi-finals

November 11, 2018|2018 Season|

Luke Campbell | Observer Reporter

Pat Vereb had an important decision to make following the loss of standout forward Regan LaVigna to an injury in a WPIAL quarterfinal match Oct. 24.

The Peters Township girls soccer coach could have helped replace the scoring void by moving Hannah Stuck […]

Seneca girls defeat PT in OT

November 3, 2018|2018 Season|

Josh Rizzo | TribLive

Somewhere the Seneca Valley girls soccer team must keep a voodoo doll for when it runs into Peters Township. The Raiders’ 2-1 overtime win during the WPIAL Class AAAA championship Saturday at Highmark Stadium was sealed with late magic.

Senior forward Lauren Sileo knocked […]

2018 All-Section honors & more

October 29, 2018|2018 Season|

Big 56 Athletic Conference |

2018 4A All-Section Teams

GIRLS – First Team
Natalie Daub- midfield
Hannah Stuck – midfield
Regan LaVigna- forward

GIRLS – Second Team
Emma Sawich – goalkeeper
Mia Gentile – defender

BOYS – First Team
Brian Bruzdewicz – forward
Anthony Kita – midfield

BOYS – Second Team
Christian Verner – defender
Anthony Melograne – defender


PT boys advance to WPIAL quarterfinals

October 22, 2018|2018 Season|

Luke Campbell | Observer-Reporter

Captain Christian Verner, one of the few returning starters for the Peters Township High School boys soccer team, understands the rivalry built with North Allegheny over the years.

And while rosters have changed, especially from when these two teams met for the WPIAL Class […]

2018 girls are section champs!

October 15, 2018|2018 Season|

Adam Brewer | Observer-Reporter

From the moment the 2017 girls soccer season ended, one of the the Peters Township’s main goals for the this fall was to repeat as champion in the most competitive section in the WPIAL.

All of those drills in the hot weather in August […]

PT girls win over CM with late goal

September 24, 2018|2018 Season|

Luke Campbell | Observer-Reporter

No one in the stands or lining the fence under umbrellas to shield themselves from the constant rain at Peters Township High School should have expected anything different.

When the Indians and Canon-McMillan recharge its rivalry in girls soccer, two things can be expected. […]

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