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Valley News Dispatch youth roundup

| Saturday, June 16, 2012, 12:56 a.m.

Baseball

Alle-Kiski Juniors

Leechburg Baker Insurance Angels 18, West Point (No. 9) 12— For the Angels, winning pitcher Joey Blumer singled twice and doubled, Darius Bennis singled twice and doubled and Jarod Baker doubled twice. For West Point, Jake Stemmerich doubled twice and singled, and Vince Guerreri singled.

Leechburg Baker Insurance Angels 14, Blairsville 3 — For the Angels, winning pitcher Jarod Baker pitched a complete game, Ryan Roberts singled twice, and Dalton Knapp singled twice. For Blairsville, John Plunkett singled twice, and Mike Slezak tripled and singled.Alle-Kiski Minors

Lower Burrell A-K Valley Chiropractic Orioles 20, Highland Community Life 9 —For Lower Burrell, Brandon John had two hits and scored four runs, and Travis Bitar had three hits, scored five runs and pitched well. For Highland Community Life, Tommy Bender singled, scored once and pitched well, and Evan Henry singled and scored a run.

Freeport Garvin Auto Salvage Rhinos 11, Deer Lakes (No. 1) 7 —For Freeport, Garrett Schaffhauser homered, doubled, singled and pitched well, Alec Asti doubled and Wes Carnevale scored a run. For Deer Lakes, Russell Wheeler singled and scored a run, and Dylan Hughes singled twice.Allegheny River Colt

NHBSA Tomson's 6, Kiski (No. 1) 3 —For NHBSA, Ryan Richards tripled, doubled and singled, Nate McKinney doubled and singled and RJ Arner singled. For Kiski (No. 1), Frank Longo singled three times, and Andrew Carson pitched well.

Allegheny River Mustang

Kiski Valley Hometown Oxygen 15,Ford City Olsen Chiropractic 3 — For Kiski Valley, Kyle Poremski, Derek Hald and Ross Ziemianski each had four hits. For Ford City, Michael Myschian tripled and scored.

Kiski Valley (No. 4) Knepshield Construction 12, Ford City (No. 1) 11 — For Kiski Valley (No. 4), Tyler Veselicky had one hit and drove in three runs, Alex Orange doubled and Dalton Ross pitched well. For Ford City, Luc Tomaswicky homered.

Quad County North Palomino

Kiski Valley 12, Valley 2 —Brandon Smail pitched a complete-game, three-hitter with nine strikeouts for host Kiski Valley. Ryan Sciullo tripled, singled and had three RBI, while Adam Mitcheson added a double. For Valley, Zarley Zalewski doubled twice.

Softball

Alle-Kiski ASA 12-U

Riverview 7, Karns City 1 — For Riverview, Maggie Conte and Alivia Acierno pitched well. For Karns City, Alyssa Stitt and MacKenzie Dunn played well.

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