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High school roundup: Canon-McMillan beats Mt. Lebanon on walk-off

| Tuesday, April 30, 2013, 10:15 p.m.
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Peters Township second baseman Tori Weida makes a diving play for an out against Upper St. Clair Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at Elm Grove Park in Peters.
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Peters Township's Tori Weida drives in a run against Upper St. Clair Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at Elm Grove Park in Peters.
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Peters Township's Marlena Karavolis steals third base past Upper St. Clair's Katelyn Poremski Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at Elm Grove Park in Peters.
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Penn-Trafford pitcher Nicole Smith delivers a pitch during a four-hit shutout victory over Hempfield on April 30, 2013, in Hempfield Township.

Zack Pollack's sacrifice fly with one out and the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh scored Jared Beach and gave Canon-McMillan a 7-6 win over Mt. Lebanon in Section 5-AAAA play Tuesday.

Luke Blanock worked three innings and struck out one in relief of Kevin Forester to get the win for Canon-McMillan (8-6, 5-2). Teagan Piechnick had two RBI, including one in the Big Macs' five-run fourth inning.

Fox Chapel 4, North Hills 2 — Connor Duquette hit a two-run homer in the top of the sixth to put Fox Chapel in the lead for good as they won in a Section 1-AAAA game. Joe Palumbo drove in a run on a sacrifice fly, while Chad Barlett struck out five and picked up the win for Fox Chapel (9-3, 5-5).

Central Catholic 3, Plum 1 — Grant Gustic pitched a complete game, allowing one run on three hits with three walks and six strikeouts to lead Class AAAA No. 1 Central Catholic (13-2, 8-0) in Section 3.

Derry 6, Yough 4 — Ryan Rick's RBI double in the top of the seventh brought home the eventual game winner, as Derry (8-5, 7-3) won in Section 2-AAA.

Hampton 4, Mars 1 — Joe Vita tossed a complete game and struck out five for Class AAA No. 3 Hampton (11-2, 8-0) in Section 5.

Valley 6, Highlands 2 — Jesse Iellimo had a double and three RBI to help Valley (2-10, 1-7) win its first game in Section 5-AAA. Bill Clark struck out six in three innings for Valley.

Quaker Valley 6, Freedom 2 — Matt Delie tossed a complete game with nine strikeouts to help No. 3 Quaker Valley (13-0, 10-0) clinch a playoff berth with a win in Section 1-AA.

Riverside 13, Mohawk 2 — Ross Maietta had three RBI for Class AA No. 2 Riverside (12-3, 9-2) in its Section 5 win.

Softball

Penn-Trafford 2, Hempfield 0 Ashleigh Yanniruberto and Jess Zavolta had RBI singles in the second inning to help Penn-Trafford (11-5, 7-4) to a Section 1-AAA win. Hope Pehrson struck out six in the loss for Hempfield (13-4, 8-3).

North Allegheny 4, Pine-Richland 0 — Bonnie Pierson's grand slam in the third inning was all Class AAAA No. 3 North Allegheny (11-1, 10-1) needed in Section 3.

Brashear 6, Bethel Park 0 — Bethany Palmer went 2 for 3 with two RBI to lead the Bulls (4-9, 4-9) in Section 4-AAAA.

Peters Township 16, Upper St. Clair 0 (4 inn.) -- Kellyn Perich earned the win, and Abby Cunningham and Marlena Kavarolis homered to lead Peters Township (16-3, 10-3) to a Section 4-AAAA win.

South Fayette 4, Trinity 3 — Bailey Kormick hit an RBI single to score Mikayla Fetchet for the winning run, as South Fayette (8-6, 5-6) won in Section 2-AAA over first-place Trinity (10-3, 10-1).

Greensburg Salem 7, Brownsville 0 — In Section 4-AAA, Jayne Oberdorf earned the win, and Maggie Kallock had three hits to lead No. 1 Greensburg Salem (13-1, 11-0) to victory.

Montour 15, Carrick 0 (4 inn.) — Adelina Caliguire, Demi Lewin and Malory Gerst all had two RBI for Montour (11-5, 8-3) in its Section 2-AAA win.

Kittanning 2, Indiana 1 — Georgie Shoop's two-out, RBI double in the fifth inning was the difference for Kittanning (6-6, 5-5) in its Section 5-AAA finale. Courtney Edwards allowed four hits in seven innings for Kittanning, while Adrian Smith allowed only one earned run in six innings for Indiana (7-7, 3-7).

Greensburg Central Catholic 7, Charleroi 2 — Nikki Adisey earned the win, as the Centurions (10-3, 9-1) won the Section 4-AA title.

Steel Valley 4, Brentwood 1 — Maddie Cotter struck out 12 to lead Steel Valley (9-4, 7-3) in Section 4-AA.

Sto-Rox 12, Sewickley Academy 0 (5 inn.) — Sam Schmidt went 1 for 3 with a home run and three RBI and the No. 5-ranked Vikings (10-3, 9-2) clinched a Section 1-A playoff berth for the 29th season in a row.

Carmichaels 11, California 1 (5 inn.) — Erica Burns struck out nine batters in five innings to lead Class A No. 2 Carmichaels (17-2, 12-1) to a win in Section 2.

Frazier 7, Serra Catholic 3 — Andrea Lash went 1 for 4 with a triple and picked up the win on the mound for Class A No. 3 Frazier (14-2, 12-1) in Section 2.

Shenango 16, Union 4 (5 inn.) — Alyssa White went 3 for 4 with one RBI and scored three times, as Shenango (11-6, 9-3) cruised in Section 4-A.

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