Mt. Pleasant, Uniontown, Frazier learn softball playoff foes
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The WPIAL has released its softball playoff pairings, and all area teams will play first-round games at 4 p.m. Thursday.
Mt. Pleasant (9-7) finished as the third-place team in Section 4-AAA. The Vikings will play West Mifflin at Gateway High School. The Titans (16-2) are the first-place team from Section 3-AAA.
Uniontown qualified as the second-place team from Section 4-AAA. The Red Raiders (10-6) will take on Trinity at Hempfield High School. The Hillers (15-2) are the second-place team from Section 2-AAA.
Frazier took the third and final playoff spot in Section 2-A. The Commodores (10-5) will play Burgettstown at Fairhaven Park. The Blue Devils (14-4) won the Section 1-A title.
— Staff report
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