Alle-Kiski youth roundup
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Lower Burrell WESTARM Physical Therapy Rangers 7, Greensburg Road Dairy Queen Angels 1 — For WESTARM, Ian Durci tripled and pitched well, Drew Orait doubled and singled, and Bobby Howell singled. For Dairy Queen, Forrest Primm tripled, singled, and pitched well, and Michael White doubled.
Allegheny River Mustang
Kiski Traders Path 9, Springdale 4 — For Kiski, Mason Ross doubled and singled, Evan Culp singled twice and Anthony Depanicis singled twice. For Springdale, Gio Savko singled and Legend Ausk singled.
Kiski Traders Path 6, Kiski Country Manor Motel 5 —F or Traders Path, Carson Craig homered and singled, Dante Mangery homered and Chase Williams doubled. For Country Manor Phillip Miller tripled, Kyle Poremski singled twice and Collin Wilson singled and pitched well.
NHBSA (No. 1) Emergency Medical Physicians 7, NHBSA (No. 2) 6
— For NHBSA No. 1, Jim Kuntz singled and doubled, Nick McQuad singled and Andrew Valasek singled. For NHBSA No. 2, Declan Macantyer tripled and Greg Wygonik tripled.
Alle-Kiski ASA (10-under)
Natrona Heights NHBSA (No. 2) 21, Saltsburg 7 — For NHBSA, Hannah Kipp pitched well and singled, Lillian King singled twice and scored three times, and Kaitlyn Gardone played well defensively. For Saltsburg, Makenzie Simpson singled twice and Abbie Dickie singled three times.
Natrona Heights NHBSA (No. 2) 14, Kiski 2 — For NHBSA, Hannah Kipp doubled and singled, Gabby Wright scored and Jessica Cekada played well on defense and scored. For Kiski, Victoria Hogan pitched well and Tasha Kafonta pitched well.
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