PG South: Peters grad earns NCAC honor

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Peters Township graduate Katie Murphy has been named North Coast Athletic Conference women's soccer player of the week.

Murphy, a junior midfielder at Allegheny College, recorded the first individual two-goal game of the season for the Gators, posting a pair of scores in Allegheny's 3-1 victory at Oberlin.

For the season, Murphy leads the team with five goals and two game-winning goals.

Last season, Murphy started 15 of 16 games and ranked third on the team with six goals, four assists and 16 points.

As a freshman, she started all 16 games and ranked second on the team with seven goals, four assists and 18 points.

St. Clair grad nets success



Upper St. Clair graduate Chris Foster, a starter on the Allegheny College men's tennis team as a freshman, posted an 8-2 singles record during the fall season.

Foster also had a 4-1 record in doubles matches teaming with Matt Winters.

Allegheny finished the fall season with a 5-1 record.

Bethel's Woodring scores



Bethel Park graduate Lauren Woodring ranks third in scoring on the Grove City women's soccer team with 16 points.

Woodring, a sophomore forward, has scored six goals and assisted on four others while starting in all 18 games.

She also has two game-winning goals.

Woodring played in 15 games last season as a freshman and scored two goals.

Grove City has a 15-2-1 record this season.

Central grad tackling leader



Central Catholic High School graduate Jon Scholl ranks No. 17 in NCAA Division III in total tackles.

Scholl, a 5-11, 190-pound senior cornerback from Coraopolis, has 88 total tackles in seven games for an average of 12.6 per game. Scholl has recorded 38 solo tackles and assisted on 50 others. He also has four tackles for a loss and two forced fumbles.



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