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Alle-Kiski roundup: Kiski Area wins 8 events at WCCA track meet

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Barry Reeger | Tribune-Review
Kiski Area's Patrick Miller (left) beats Latrobe's Marcus Smail to the finish line to win the boys 800-meter run at the Westmoreland County Coaches Association Track and Field championship on Saturday, April 27, 2013, at Latrobe Memorial Stadium.

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Class AAAA

Rank/Team W-L Prv.

1. Central Catholic 12-1 1

2. Pine-Richland 11-2 2

3. Seneca Valley 9-2 —

4. Plum 12-2 4

5. Bethel Park 13-2 5

Out: Hempfield (10-3, 3)

Class AAA

1. Hopewell 15-1 1

2. South Park 16-0 2

3. Hampton 11-2 4

4. Chartiers Valley 12-3 3

5. West Allegheny 12-4 5

Out: None

Class AA

1. Beaver 8-2 1

2. Riverside 10-3 2

3. Quaker Valley 11-0 —

4. Deer Lakes 11-2 —

5. S.S. Academy 9-4 4

Out: Neshannock (9-4, 3), Washington (9-3, 5)

Class A

1. OLSH 10-2 1

2. Riverview 10-1 2

3. Serra Catholic 12-1 4

4. Carmichaels 10-2 3

5. California 11-4 5

Out: None

softball

Class AAAA

Rank/Team W-L Prv.

1. Canon-McMillan 12-1 1

2. Latrobe 11-2 2

3. North Allegheny 10-1 —

4. Hempfield 12-3 4

5. McKeesport 12-2 5

Out: Shaler (9-3, 3)

Class AAA

1. G'burg Salem 12-1 1

2. Ambridge 8-1 3

3. Elizabeth Forward 11-3 2

4. West Mifflin 12-2 5

5. Trinity 10-2 4

Out: None

Class AA

1. Deer Lakes 13-0 1

2. Chartiers-Houston 13-0 2

3. Riverside 9-0 3

4. Seton-La Salle 9-0 4

5. Burrell 10-2 —

Out: McGuffey (8-5, 5)

Class A

1. Neshannock 12-1 1

2. Carmichaels 15-2 2

3. Frazier 10-2 5

4. Burgettstown 12-4 3

5. Sto-Rox 7-2 4

Out: None

Note: Saturday's games not included

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By Staff Reports
Saturday, April 27, 2013, 11:03 p.m.
 

Like most years, Kiski Area made its presence known at the Westmoreland County Coaches Association Track and Field Championships.

The Cavaliers took home six individual titles and two relay wins at the 91st WCCA meet Saturday at Latrobe's Memorial Stadium.

Brent Kennedy won the 3,200-meter run in a meet-record time of 9:27.50, and teammates Tyler Snider (1,600, 4:29.23), Patrick Miller (800, 1:59.80) and Ben Kinnamon (200, 22.76) also won gold medals.

The boys' 3,200- and 400-meter relays defended their titles with the two-mile team of Tyler Lookabaugh, Snider, Miller and Kennedy breaking the meet record with a time of 8:02.26.

The 400 team of Jake Wilson, Kinnamon, Corbin Neumann and Andrew Dickun finished in 43.70.

Kinnamon also took second in the 100 (11.48), and Shane Kuhn was second in the javelin (16-5).

Kiski Area finished second to Hempfield in the team standings.

In the girls meet, Megan Aller won the 1,600 in 5:18.27 and Lauren Smeltzer placed first in the 3,200 (11:35.30), just ahead of teammate Morgan Kiebler (11:37.34).

The girls' 3,200 relay also was second, and Stephanie Lednak (800) also took silver. Valley's Ameriah Walters took third places in the girls' 100 and 200.

CCA wins NCSAA title — The first-year Cheswick Christian Academy track and field team has its first major piece of hardware after the boys won the team title at the NCSAA Championships at Geneva College.

Cheswick finished with 114 points to hold off Mount Airy (Md.), which had 105.

Cheswick's JaJuan Malloy won the 100-meter dash and 400-meter run and also finished second in the 200 and long jump. He was co-MVP.

On the girls side for Cheswick, Cydney Francis took first in the shot put.

Baseball

Plum 16, Baldwin 8 — Class-AAAA No. 4-ranked Plum (13-2, 6-1) erupted for a season high in runs in a Section 3-AAAA victory at Baldwin (3-9, 2-5).

Mike Maleski, Matt Zezza and Ethan Winesburg hit home runs for the Mustangs.

Softball

Kiski Area 7, Butler 5 — Kelsey Kinnamon belted a home run and was the winning pitcher for the Cavaliers (3-9) in a nonsection win.

Taylor Muffie also homered for Kiski Area, which also got three hits from Emma Weaver. The Cavaliers broke a four-game losing streak.

 

 
 


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