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High school roundup: Oberdorf leads Greensburg Salem to shutout win

| Tuesday, April 23, 2013, 9:42 p.m.
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Sto-Rox's Sammy Schmidt (5) scores under a tag attempt by North Catholic catcher Paige Kizior during their game Tuesday, April 23, 2013, in Kennedy.

Jayne Oberdorf struck out 12 and scattered three hits to lead No. 1 Greensburg Salem to a 9-0 win over Uniontown (4-7, 3-6) in Section 4-AAA play Tuesday. She has yet to allow an earned run.

Claire Oberdorf was 3 for 4 with a home run, and Kellie Hutchinson and Taylor Mehan also homered for Greensburg Salem (11-1, 9-0).

Montour 18, Ringgold 6 (6 inn.) — Marissa Gerst had four hits and Stephanie Seibert went 3 for 5 with four RBI, as Montour (9-5, 7-3) won in Section 2-AAA.

Hempfield 7, Norwin 3 — Kasey Kolick led off the game with a home run, and Hempfield continued on for a Section 1-AAAA victory. Hope Pehrson had four strikeouts in a complete-game win for the No. 4 Spartans (11-3, 7-2).

Penn-Trafford 7, Kiski Area 3 — Lex Ryan homered twice and doubled, as Penn-Trafford (7-5, 5-4) won in Section 1-AAAA. Maddie Antone homered and drove in two runs for Kiski (2-8, 2-8).

Bethel Park 15, Upper St. Clair 3 — Molly Walsh had four hits, including a double and triple, to help Bethel Park (7-4, 7-4) to a Section 4-AAAA win.

Seton-La Salle 6, Avonworth 0 — Lauren Zola struck out 15 batters in a no-hitter for No. 4 Seton-La Salle (9-0, 9-0) in Section 1-AA.

Chartiers-Houston 3, Bentworth 0 — Kayla Briggs threw a shutout, allowing two hits and two walks with 12 strikeouts, to lead No. 2 Chartiers-Houston (12-0, 9-0) to a Section 2-AA win.

Brentwood 4, South Allegheny 3 — Meghan Gildea threw a complete game with five strikeouts, as Brentwood (7-2, 6-2) won in Section 4-AA.

Sto-Rox 19, North Catholic 0 (4 inn.) — Josie Buckley had six hits and hit three home runs, as No. 4 Sto-Rox (9-2, 8-1) swept a doubleheader in Section 1-A. Game 1 ended 12-0. Aimee Miller earned both victories, with 10 strikeouts in seven innings.

Jefferson-Morgan 15, Mapletown 0 (3 inn.) — Madison Ludrowski threw a no-hitter to lead Jefferson-Morgan (7-7, 4-7) to a Section 2-A win.

Vincentian 15, Springdale 0 (3 inn.) — Kim Corcoran struck out seven in a no-hitter for Vincentian (5-3, 5-3) in Section 3-A. Danielle Melvin added a grand slam.

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OLSH 14, Vincentian 3 (5 inn.) — Tristan Snyder had two hits and five RBI in leading No. 1 OLSH (9-2, 5-0) to a Section 5-A win.

Greensburg Salem 8, Elizabeth Forward 7 (8 inn.) — Pat Boyer hit a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning to give Greensburg Salem (4-8) a nonsection win. Ryan Wardropper homered for EF (10-4).

Penn-Trafford 16, Gateway 1 (4 inn.) — Shane Churma went 2 for 4 with a grand slam and five RBI to lead Penn-Trafford (8-4) to a nonsection win. Josh Brammell also went 3 for 3 with five RBI.

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