Penn Hills Senior Softball League holds championships
Members of the Penn Hills Senior Softball League held their championships on Sept. 11 at Penn Hills Community Park. The league's teams are organized by the color of their jerseys. In the semifinal round, the Light Blue Team defeated the Gray Team, 14-9, and the Beige Team defeated the Green Team, 13-10. In the championship, the Light Blue Team won over the Beige Team, 19-4. The five-team league began its 35-game season in early May. “It's great to see these guys come out,” said Steve Molitierno, whose father Sal helps to organize and run the league. “They play hard, they tell it like it is, they razz one another and have a good time doing it,” Molitierno said.
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