By Michael Love
The Plum varsity slow-pitch softball team enters the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Softball League playoffs Saturday with some momentum after a home sweep of Mt. Pleasant to close out the regular season.
Game one went the way of the Mustangs, who rallied from an 8-4 deficit to score a 9-8 victory.
Plum scored ...
Plum slow-pitch takes pair of victories from Hampton By Michael Love
The Plum varsity slow-pitch softball team swept a doubleheader from Hampton on Saturday and has won four in a row to improve to 7-3 on the season.
The Mustangs led 10-2 after four innings of game one. Hampton tried to rally, but Plum added on and won with the 10-run rule ...
West Mifflin softball standout commits By Staff Report
Alyssa Cairns, who led the West Mifflin softball team in hitting and helped the Titans reach the WPIAL Class AAA quarterfinals in 2014, has given Division II Davis & Elkins a commitment to play for the women’s team in 2016. Cairns batted .530 (35 for 66) with 12 doubles, one ...
Plum slow-pitch swept by North Allegheny By Michael Love
Losing both games of a doubleheader is a rarity for the Plum varsity slow-pitch softball team, but the Mustangs came out on the short end of two games against North Allegheny on Sunday at North Allegheny’s Marshall Middle School.
The first game started well for Plum, as the visitors led 3-0 ...
Plum slow-pitch squad sweeps season-opening doubleheader By Michael Love
The Plum varsity slow-pitch softball team kicked off its season Sunday afternoon after rain scuttled its plans to begin the 2014 campaign on Aug. 31.
The Mustangs played at Seneca Valley and posted an 11-8 win in game one and a 5-2 victory in game two.
In game one, Plum scored three ...
Burrell softball coach resigns after 5 seasons By Doug Gulasy
Burrell softball coach Mike Spagnolo, who led the Bucs to a WPIAL championship and WPIAL runner-up finish in his five seasons with the school, said Monday night he’s resigning from his post.
Spagnolo, who has three children in college, said he was resigning mainly for family reasons.
“With four kids all playing ...
Experienced Plum squad gunning for WPISL championship By Michael Love
The Plum varsity slow-pitch softball team has high expectations for its third season in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Softball League.
A large group of seniors who helped start the program in 2012 are seeking a league championship, and head coach Marty DeGore said they have the talent, focus and determination to ...
Ringgold softball to get new field By Chris Buckley
The Ringgold High School girls’ softball program will have a new home for the 2015 season.
The school board Wednesday night approved construction of a field at the Ringgold Middle school in Finleyville.
The field will be used by the junior varsity and varsity, which play doubleheaders.
Ringgold did not field a junior ...
Spectacular catch ends Connellsville softball season on high note By Les Harvath
Playing right field for the Connellsville Area Lady Falcons softball team on Senior Night, Sadie Wombacker picked the perfect stage to excite the crowd. Even though her Falcons would be denied a playoff berth, Wombacker, in her first season with the squad, picked the right moment to display her defensive ...
Softball players earn all-state honors By Bill Beckner Jr.
Valley News Dispatch Softball Player of the Year Jordan Seneca of Plum and first-team all-star pitcher Tiffany Edwards of Deer Lakes were honored with all-state ...
Hot-hitting DuBois ousts Latrobe By Paul Schofield
It was one of those games for the Latrobe softball team Thursday in the PIAA Class AAAA quarterfinal at Slippery Rock.
Nothing seemed to go their ...
Neshannock softball advances to state semis with win over Burgettstown By Jason Mackey
Marissa DeMatteo doesn’t consider herself a power hitter.
Sure, she has some pop, but the Neshannock softball team’s junior second baseman bats at the top of the order for one reason — and it’s not putting the ball over the fence.
“That’s definitely a big thing. The leadoff batter should be getting ...
Lady Rebels win rivalry game, advance to PIAA playoffs By Ray Fisher
Seton-La Salle clinched a spot in the PIAA Class AA playoffs with a 3-2 win last week against section rival Keystone Oaks.
Officials called the contest due to weather in the sixth inning.
“As expected, the game was a battle like a rivalry game should be,” Jay Krull, Seton-La Salle’s head coach, ...
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