By Dave Mackall
Ted Ulmer is doing his part to keep the Clairton baseball program alive.
The Bears, who have not finished above .500 since 1999, Ulmer’s senior year, were on life support in 2014 in his first year as coach, winning just two games and getting badly outscored.
Their lineup, at times, was makeshift, ...
Cal Area overwhelms Charleroi By Jeff Oliver
If California Area baseball coach Nick Damico had one wish, it might be that the Trojans’ first four games of the season were section contests.
New coach looking for improved results from Carlynton baseball By Nathan Smith
While Pat McPherson is in his first season as the coach for the Carlynton baseball team, things are already looking up for the program.
The Cougars have 24 players on the roster. While the team will only dress 18 to 20 for varsity games, it will allow the program to field ...
Return of 5 starters boosts prospects of Frazier baseball team By Dave Stofcheck
The weather might not be cooperating as much as Craig Kordich would like, but he and his Frazier baseball squad are making the best of it.
“We’re a hard-working bunch, and right now the kids are really receptive,” Kordich said. “We’re hoping to go at it full tilt once we get ...
Fun in the sun for Rams; others cold & wet By Rick Bruni Jr.
The Belle Vernon Area baseball team is 0-for-5 so far this spring.
Those numbers don’t reflect wins and losses, but the number of scheduled exhibition games ...
Previewing the 2015 WPIAL baseball season By Compiled By Paul Schofield
Preseason top five
Team 2014 record
1. North Allegheny 13-8
2. Shaler 14-8
3. Bethel Park 10-9
4. Moon 16-5
5. Penn-Trafford 15-5
1. North Allegheny: This section got ...
Pitching depth has Serra Catholic baseball team optimistic By Dave Mackall
With nearly its entire lineup returning from a WPIAL playoff qualifier, Serra Catholic is counting on bigger things on the baseball field this season.
So far, pretty good.
After opening the year 1-2 with a pair of one-run losses last week at a spring training stop in Alabama, Class A Serra Catholic ...
Ringgold baseball finally has veteran group By Jeff Oliver
Going into his third season as Ringgold’s baseball coach, Mike Sikorsky finally feels a little more at home.
That’s because in his first two seasons Sikorsky ...
Baldwin baseball team looking to build off last 2014 success By Jennifer Goga
The 2014 season was historic for the Baldwin baseball team.
The Highlanders won Section 3-AAAA with a 8-2 record and finished 16-4 overall. They were the WPIAL runners-up and competed in the PIAA tournament.
No less than 10 players garnered all-section honors, and five went on to play in college.
Penn Hills baseball has high hopes on diamond By Ed Phillipps
After reaching the cusp of the playoffs and ultimately missing out in 2014, the Penn Hills baseball team returns a host of talent to make another run at the postseason.
The Indians won their final five games of the regular season to push their record to 9-8 overall and 6-4 ...
Bishop Canevin baseball ready for new section By Nathan Smith
After losing eight seniors from a team that won a share of a section title last season and went 10-4, some might think the Bishop Canevin baseball team will take a step back.
But coach Dale Checketts thinks his squad has enough talent to have another strong season.
“It is shaping up ...
Latrobe baseball forming ‘building blocks’ to succeed By Kevin Ritchart
The Latrobe baseball team is currently under construction.
Coach Matt Basciano and his team are laying the foundation for a run at the WPIAL playoffs — one block at a time.
“We talk about building blocks,” Basciano said. “These kids are improving pitch to pitch, at-bat to at-bat. All around, they’re ...
Greensburg Central Catholic sets sights on competing for titles in Class A By Alex Oltmanns
Advancing to the postseason each year for the past decade, the Greensburg Central Catholic baseball team has become a staple in the WPIAL Class AA playoff picture.
But the Centurions will take a step down to Class A this year, competing against Section 2 opponents Clairton, Geibel, Monessen, Serra and another ...
Ligonier Rams baseball team aims for consistency By Peter Turcik
The Ligonier Valley High School baseball team opens the 2015 season against Heritage Conference rival Blairsville, a team Ligonier manager Jon Jones says, is perennially one of the toughest teams in the conference. “That’s the league. They always want to pit the bitter rivals against each other to open the ...
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