Soccer Foes Maintain Class A Dominance
Mitsch, Pat, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Even with the WPIAL boys soccer playoffs more than a month away, Seton-La Salle and coach Mike Thomas already have a playoff game behind them.
It feels that way, at least, after they played Sewickley Academy last week and won, 5-1.
"Everytime we play them in the section, it's like a playoff game," Thomas said. "We get two cracks at Sewickley in the regular season, and it prepares us, like, 'Hey, here's a team we'll see in the playoffs.' "
It's a safe assumption to make. Since the Single-A classification was added to PIAA boys soccer in 2000, no two WPIAL Class A teams have been as consistently dominant as Sewickley Academy and Seton- La …
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