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Saturday, May 12, 2012, 3:54 p.m.
 

BASEBALL

CLASS AAAA

Record Pvs.

1. Norwin 17-0 1

2. Bethel Park 18-2 2

3. Seneca Valley 15-4 4

4. Hempfield 15-5 3

5. Upper St. Clair 14-4 NR

Dropped out: 5. Plum (14-5)

CLASS AAA

1. Blackhawk 18-2 1

2. Hopewell 17-3 3

3. Mars 15-4 2

4. Greensburg Salem 14-4-1 5

5. Thomas Jefferson 14-4 NR

Dropped out: 4. South Park (15-5)

CLASS AA

1. Shady Side Academy 15-2 2

2. Ellwood City 18-2 3

3. Riverside 15-5 1

4. Laurel 15-5 4

5. South Fayette 13-6 NR

Dropped out: 5. Freeport (12-6)

Class A

1. Neshannock 18-2 1

2. California 17-0 2

3. Bentworth 16-1 3

4. OLSH 14-5 5

5. Serra 12-5 4

SOFTBALL

Class AAAA

Record Pvs.

1. Shaler 18-2 1

2. Franklin Regional 17-2 2

3. Hempfield 16-4 5

4. Norwin 15-3 4

5. Peters Township 14-4 NR

Dropped out: 3. North Allegheny (13-6)

Class AAA

1. Ambridge 16-2 1

2. Greensburg Salem 13-2 2

3. Belle Vernon 15-5 3

4. Montour 13-5 5

5. McGuffey 14-5 4

Class AA

1. Neshannock 18-0 1

2. Deer Lakes 15-1 2

3. Burgettstown 16-2 3

4. Riverside 14-2 4

5. Seton-La Salle 14-1 5

Class A

1. Chartiers-Houston 19-1 1

2. Sto-Rox 17-0 2

3. Carmichaels 19-1 3

4. Jefferson-Morgan 15-3 5

5. South Side Beaver 16-3 NR

Dropped out: 4. Vincentian Academy (11-5)

 

 
 


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