WPIAL postpones baseball, softball semifinals until Thursday
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With rain in the forecast, the WPIAL postponed Wednesday's baseball and softball semifinal games to Thursday.
Fox Chapel will host a baseball doubleheader, with Quaker Valley vs. Steel Valley at 3 p.m., and Seton-La Salle vs. Deer Lakes at 5:30.
In the other baseball games, Seneca Valley plays Pine-Richland at Pullman Park in Butler at 6:30 p.m., Blackhawk plays West Mifflin at North Allegheny at 6 p.m., and Baldwin plays Moon at Burkett Complex at 4 p.m.
The baseball championships are May 27-28 at Consol Energy Park in Washington.
Cal (Pa.) and North Allegheny will host softball tripleheaders Thursday and Fox Chapel will have a doubleheader.
At North Allegheny, Neshannock plays Burgettstown at 3 p.m., Seton-La Salle plays Deer Lakes at 5 p.m. and Beaver plays Keystone Oaks at 7 p.m.
At California, South Side Beaver plays Jefferson-Morgan at 3 p.m., Greensburg Salem plays Thomas Jefferson at 5 p.m. and Canon-McMillan plays Latrobe at 7 p.m.
At Fox Chapel, Shaler plays Penn-Trafford at 3 p.m., and Mars plays Elizabeth Forward at 5.
The softball title games are May 29 at Cal.
— Chris Harlan
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