Baseball & Softball Recap: 4/13/23
6A SECTION 1
Pine-Richland 10, Allderdice 0
Jacob McGuire threw a one-hit shutout on the mound and had two hits and drove in two runs at the plate, as Pine-Richland (9-3, 4-2) completed the sweep of Allderdice (1-6, 0-6) on Thursday afternoon. Joey Perry and Max Scuillo each had two RBIs for Pine-Richland.
6A SECTION 2
Hempfield 10, Baldwin 0
Hempfield (7-3, 5-1) used a big fourth inning to put away Baldwin (3-8, 1-5) and complete the series sweep with a 10-0 victory. The win was Hempfield head coach Tim Buzzard’s 200th of his career. Gage Wheaton had two hits and drove in two runs for Hempfield while Carson Shuglie homered. Conner Burkey and Dylan Firmstone combined for the shutout on the mound.
Canon-McMillan 8, Norwin 1
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Mt. Lebanon 3, Central Catholic 2
David Shields struck out 10 in six innings of work as Mt. Lebanon (2-8, 2-4) bounced back after losing the series opener to take two out of three from Central Catholic (3-5, 2-4). Gavin Kelly was 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Central Catholic.
Armstrong 10, Leechburg 0
Carson DeLano got the win on the mound and Logan Badac had three RBIs as Armstrong (7-2) dominated Leechburg (5-4) in non-section play on Thursday. Logan Gawlinski also drove in three runs for Armstrong.
Peters Township 8, Mohawk 7
Will Somers hit a walk-off single to give Peters Township (5-4) an 8-7 non-section win over Mohawk (6-2). Jack Lutte was 3-for-4 with a homer for Peters Township while Carter Shanafelt collected two hits. Jay Wrona homered and had two RBIs while Jacob Werner had two hits and drove in two runs for Mohawk.
Upper St. Clair 4, Seton LaSalle 3
Upper St. Clair (7-4) did just enough to edge Seton LaSalle (6-2-1) 4-3 in non-section play on Thursday afternoon. Cole Starrett had two hits for Seton LaSalle
5A SECTION 3
West Allegheny 16, Western Beaver 6
Ava Benish and Savanna Benish both homered and West Allegheny (10-1, 3-0) scored nine runs in the sixth inning to pull away from Western Beaver (5-3, 2-1) and win the game 16-6 in a battle of unbeaten section opponents. Benish had four RBIs for West Allegheny. Maddie Syka and Izzie Lefebvre each had a home run for Western Beaver.