Norwin baseball prevails
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Cam Onderko drove in five runs, including a third-inning grand slam, and winning pitcher Nick Kolat drove in four to send Class AAAA No. 1 Norwin (10-0, 6-0) to a 12-1 win Friday at Penn-Trafford (6-6, 3-3) in five innings.
Kolat was 4 for 4 and struck out four while pitching the complete game.
Woodland Hills 10, Penn Hills 3 Wolverines pitcher Cody McClelland struck out seven to help Woodland Hills (2-10, 2-4) to a Section 4-AAAA victory over Penn Hills (2-10, 0-6).
Elizabeth Forward 6, Ringgold 2 Luke Padezan got the win for the Warriors in their Section 2-AAA victory over Ringgold (3-7, 2-5). Adam Morrison and Trace Mortik had doubles for Elizabeth Forward (5-2, 5-2).
Yough 8, Belle Vernon 3 Brad Bisko, Luke Spisak and Nick Clark all tripled to help Christian Stangroom, who allowed three earned runs, to a win, as Yough (5-7, 3-4) upset first-place Belle Vernon (7-3, 5-2) in Section 2-AAA.
Brentwood 11, South Allegheny 10 Brentwood scored eight runs in the bottom of the first and held off a late Gladiators' (3-8, 0-6) rally for the Section 4-AA victory.
Valley 14, East Allegheny 1 (5 inn.) Zarley Zalewski hit a two-run home run, his seventh of the season, and logged four RBI, as the Vikings (6-5, 3-4) were victorious in Section 4-AAA action. Dominic Guzzi had four singles and stole four bases. He also scored two runs and drove in two RBI.
Serra Catholic 16, Clairton 1 (4 inn.) Zach Potts and Wayne Hydak each had three hits for the Eagles (9-1, 5-0) in a victory over the Bears. Serra Catholic remains in a first-place tie with Bentworth in Section 2-A
The teams are not scheduled to meet until May 2.
Elizabeth Forward 2, Ringgold 1 Marsha McBride pitched a complete game and struck out nine for the Warriors (10-3, 6-2) in a Section 3-AAA win over Ringgold (1-8, 0-6).
Thomas Jefferson 2, South Park 1 Taylor McConnell drove in the winning run in the top of the sixth with a fielder's choice to help Jaguars pitcher Alyssa Frankenfield pick up the win.
Serra Catholic 12, Burrell 8 Ashley Likar struck out nine and allowed only four earned runs to lead the Eagles to a nonsection victory over the defending WPIAL Class AA champion.
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