High school roundup: Falcons, Vikings baseball teams post wins
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The Connellsville baseball team opened its season with a 3-0 victory over host Laurel Highlands on Saturday in a nonsection game. Trevor Farrell was the winning pitcher for the Falcons (1-0). Brock Bonadio, Cameron Bernhardt and Evan Onusko each doubled for Connellsville. The Falcons scored two runs in the third inning and added another in the fifth.
Mike Bochnak was the losing pitcher for the Mustangs (2-2).
Mt. Pleasant 8, Burrell 7 — The Vikings (2-1) rallied from a 7-5 deficit by scoring three runs in the bottom of the seventh Saturday over visiting Burrell in nonsection action.
Eric Clausen doubled, singled and had two RBI for Burrell (0-1).
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