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2021-2022 Game Summaries

Sofia Mianzo’s Hat Trick Leads NA Past Fox Chapel, 3-0

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The North Allegheny field hockey team won its third in a row, and fourth in the last five games, with a 3-0 road shutout at Fox Chapel.

The Tigers earned the non-section win thanks to a hat trick by junior Sofia Mianzo, giving her nine goals on the season. Mianzo’s goals came in the second, third and fourth periods.

With the win, North Allegheny improves to 10-6 overall on the season. The Tigers return to section play with a visit to Norwin on Monday.

Field Hockey Summary vs. Fox Chapel, 10-15-21

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Bochicchio, Karapandi Spark Senior Night Win Over Allderdice

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Seniors Concetta Bochicchio and Erin Karapandi both netted goals on Senior Night as North Allegheny rolled to a 15-0 victory over Allderdice on Thursday evening at Newman Stadium. Bochicchio scored a pair of goals for her first two of the season, while Karapandi’s marker was the first of her career.

A night after a pair of losses by Norwin and Mt. Lebanon clinched a playoff spot for North Allegheny, the playoff-bound Tigers rolled past the Dragons for their ninth win of the season. Junior Mila Prusak paced NA’s high-powered offense with a hat trick to improve her team-leading total to 16 on the season.

Juniors Lauren Kampi, Sofia Mianzo and Sarah Renninger all tallied two goals apiece in the win. Other Tiger goal scorers included freshman Mia Brinkley, Josie Schomburg and Claire Cho. Brinkley’s goal was the first of her career.

North Allegheny leaps to 9-6 overall and 7-3 in Section 1-AAA. Allderdice remains winless at 0-8 on the season. The Tigers will visit Fox Chapel for a Friday afternoon non-section contest with the Foxes.

Tigers March Toward Victory At Hempfield, 3-2

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The North Allegheny field hockey team earned an important Section 1-AAA win on Tuesday night with a 3-2 triumph at Hempfield.

In the first half, Mila Prusak and Lauren Kampi scored goals to help North Allegheny keep pace with Hempfield. Prusak’s tally was her team-leading 13th of the season and Kampi’s goal, her ninth of the campaign, came on a penalty corner with just 49 seconds remaining before halftime and tied the game at 2-2.

Coming out of intermission, North Allegheny scored what proved to be the game-winning goal on a marker from senior forward Sofia Mianzo with 11:17 left in the third quarter. Mianzo’s fourth goal of the year came on a penalty stroke and propelled the Tigers toward victory.

Junior goalie Jordan Ashbaugh helped stave off the Spartans in the remaining minutes with several terrific saves.

With the win, North Allegheny improves to 8-6 overall and 6-3 in Section 1-AAA. Hempfield falls to 5-4 in section play. The Tigers will host Allderdice on Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m.

Field Hockey Summary vs. Hempfield, 10-11-21

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NA Falls To Peters Township, 3-1

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By Bob Orkwis

After falling to Peters Township 1-0 earlier in the regular season, head coach Michelle Couch thought being able to finish would be a key in the rematch against the Indians. The chances were there for North Allegheny, but the finishes were not in a 3-1 loss to Peters Township at Newman Stadium.

North Allegheny had thirteen shots on goal, but the Tigers converted just one of 23 penalty corners in the game. Peters Township had only four shots on goal but scored on three of their eight penalty corners to grab the victory.

Sofia Forlini found a loose ball that snuck behind North Allegheny’s Jordan Ashbuagh on a penalty corner and nudged the ball into the net for a 1-0 lead.

The Tigers answered on their own penalty corner 1:08 later, when Claire Cho scored her first goal of the season tucking one in at the near post to tie the game at 1-1. North Allegheny would continue to press he attack in the first half, finishing with sixteen total corners, but the Peters Township defense was stout throughout as was sophomore goalkeeper Grace Urban who finished the night with twelve saves.

Just over three minutes into the third quarter, the Indians took the lead for good. Ava Zimmer, who handled the inserts for Peters Township, snuck to the net and deposited a rebound to make the score 2-1. Anna Kokoszynski then converted a penalty corner with a well struck reverse chip at 7:40 to put Peters Township ahead 3-1.

The Tigers would have chances to try and tie the game in the fourth quarter, but the Indians defense and Urban closed the opportunities down to secure the win and pull within 3 points of North Allegheny in AAA Section 1. The Tigers are off until Monday when they hit the road to face Hempfield in an important section matchup.

The Wright Automotive Player of the Game honors went to Claire Cho. Not only did the sophomore forward scored the game’s only marker for North Allegheny, but the goal was also her first career varsity tally as a member of the Tigers.

Field Hockey Summary vs. Peters Township, 10-5-21

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Tigers Blank Blue Devils, 2-0

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For the second time this season, the North Allegheny field hockey team earned a shutout victory over Mt. Lebanon, posting a 2-0 win over the Blue Devils on Wednesday night in Section 1-AAA action. It’s the sixth time NA has blanked an opponent this season.

North Allegheny outshot Mt. Lebanon, 6-2, and scored the game’s first goal in the opening stanza. Sophomore forward Claire Cho fed a pass in the circle that was tipped into the Mt. Lebanon net by junior Sarah Renninger with 4:43 to play in the first quarter for a 1-0 lead.

In a low-scoring affair, NA’s one-goal lead remained intact until the Tigers added on late in the third quarter. With 2:21 remaining in the third period, freshman Josie Schomburg scored on a rebound for a 2-0 lead. The Tigers defense made sure the two-goal lead would be more than enough for their fifth win in the last six games.

With the victory, North Allegheny improves to 7-5 overall and 5-2 in Section 1-AAA. Mt. Lebanon falls to 1-5 in section play. The Tigers will host Peters Township on Tuesday night in another section contest. The game will be broadcast live by the North Allegheny Sports Network.

Field Hockey Summary vs. Mt. Lebanon, 9-29-21

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