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Pittsburgh high school roundup: Shaler edges Moon in Section 3 softball

| Wednesday, April 6, 2016, 10:36 p.m.
Deer Lakes' Jacob McCaskey takes the throw late as Knoch's Addis Crouch slides safely into second base during their game Wednesday, April 6, 2016, at Deer Lakes.
Jason Bridge | Tribune-Review
Deer Lakes' Jacob McCaskey takes the throw late as Knoch's Addis Crouch slides safely into second base during their game Wednesday, April 6, 2016, at Deer Lakes.

Jacey Schott and Alyssa Sisko each had three hits and winning pitcher Bri Dobson added two doubles as No. 2 Shaler (5-0, 3-0) won a Section 3-AAAA game, 6-5, over Moon on Wednesday.

Baldwin 10, Mt. Lebanon 0 — Anastasia Hale threw a three-hitter with six strikeouts as No. 5 Baldwin (5-1, 3-0) won in Section 4-AAAA. Jaimie Schleicher and Taylor Dadig each had three hits.

Canon-McMillan 11, Bethel Park 4 — Kayla Hopkins went 4 for 5 with two doubles as Canon-McMillan won in Section 5-AAAA. The Big Macs (6-1, 3-0) scored all 11 runs in the top of the seventh inning.

Deer Lakes 4, Knoch 1 — Zach Lubick pitched a six-hitter, striking out five, and Deer Lakes scored four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to upend defending WPIAL and state champion Knoch in a Section 5-AAA game. Jake Spirnock capped the four-run fifth with a two-run double. Cole Shinsky had two hits, including a double, for Knoch (2-1, 1-1) and gave up four runs in five innings before getting ejected in the top of the sixth.

Beaver 12, Central Valley 0 — Tayven Rousseau and Jennifer Kondracki each had two home runs as Beaver (4-3, 2-0) won in Section 1-AAA.

Elizabeth Forward 5, West Mifflin 0 — Winning pitcher Sarah Turek had three hits and two RBIs and Taylor Ludwick was 2 for 3 with a home run as Elizabeth Forward (4-1, 1-0) won in Section 3-AAA. Turek tossed a four-hitter with four strikeouts.

Mars 7, Hampton 4 — Maggie Olshenske was 3 for 4 with a double to help Mars (3-1, 1-0) win in Section 5-AAA. Niki Schlegel had seven strikeouts in a complete-game victory.

South Allegheny 16, Shady Side Academy 0 (3 inn.) — In Section 4-AA, Brenna Pribanic tossed a no-hitter with four strikeouts and also had two hits to lead South Allegheny (3-0, 3-0) to victory.

South Park 11, Seton-La Salle 1 (5 inn.) — Justine Dean threw her second no-hitter of the season, with six strikeouts, as South Park (3-0, 3-0) won in Section 4-AA. Kaitlyn Pavlick, Katie Isenberg and Breanna Nugent all homered for the Eagles.

Northgate 14, Cornell 12 (8 inn.) — Meadow Conley hit a two-run home run in the eighth inning to lead Northgate (3-1, 1-0) to a Section 5-A win. Dominique Richards was 5 for 5 for Cornell (2-4, 0-2).

Serra Catholic 2, Sewickley Academy 1 — Samantha Andrekanic threw a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts as No. 4 Serra Catholic (4-0, 1-0) won a Section 5-A game. Gia Husnick was 3 for 3 for the Eagles.

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Upper St. Clair 6, Canon-McMillan 2 — Andrew Wheeler was 3 of 3 with a home run and three RBIs and also threw a complete game to give Upper St. Clair (4-3, 1-0) a Section 5-AAAA game.

Mars 8, Hampton 2 — Winning pitcher David Anderson was 3 for 4 with two doubles and two RBIs to lead Mars (2-2, 1-0) to a Section 5-AAA win. He also scattered four hits and had 10 strikeouts on the mound.

Seton-La Salle 17, East Allegheny 2 (3 inn.) — Dom Warnock homered and Nick Vari had three doubles as Seton-La Salle (3-1, 2-0) won a Section 4-AA game.

Blackhawk 3, Derry 0 — Sophomore Andy McClymonds tossed a no-hitter in his first varsity start as Blackhawk (2-2) won a nonsection game. He struck out seven and had three walks.

Serra Catholic 11, Mohawk 4 — Nate Piontka was 3 for 4 with a double, triple, home run and five RBIs as Class A No. 4 Serra Catholic (6-0) won a nonsection game.

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