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Daily News roundup: Olasz shines in West Mifflin win

Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Bethel Park first baseman Corey Augenstein tags Thomas Jefferson's Derek Rothey during their game Tuesday, March 25, 2014, at Purkey Field in Bethel Park. Bethel Park won 4-1.

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 10:12 p.m.
 

West Mifflin senior A.J. Olasz pitched a shutout for the Titans (2-0), as they earned a nonsection win over Bloomington Central Catholic, Ill., in the Vero Beach tournament in Florida.

Olasz struck out 10 and allowed two hits.

Bethel Park 4, Thomas Jefferson 1 — Joe Zufall pitched 623 innings and struck out nine for the Black Hawks (1-1) in a nonsection victory over Thomas Jefferson (3-2). Corey Augenstein and Carmen Jansante each drove in a run for Bethel Park.

David Stoner took the loss, and Joe McHugh and Jeremy Wasik each doubled for TJ.

 

 
 


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