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West Point juniors rout Plymouth

| Monday, July 28, 2008

Rebecca Taylor pitched a no-hitter and improved to 3-0, and the West Point junior softball team cruised past Plymouth, 10-0, in six innings in the state semifinals.

West Point scored six runs in the second and four in the fifth to take a 10-run lead going into the sixth.

Nina Kersene, who allowed nine hits, took the loss.

Emily Adisey doubled twice for West Point twice.

Baseball

Little League

Moon 3, West Point 1

The West Point 11-year-old all-star team loaded the bases in the top of the sixth, but Moon third baseman Jeff Boggs dived and snagged Austin Greene's line drive to end the game.

Moon's Marco DiVlassio was the winning pitcher, and West Point's Tony Pilato took the loss.

Moon scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth to break a 1-1 tie.

Josh Bogats, Nathan Prickett and Marco DeVlassio doubled for Moon. Jay Flock doubled for West Point.

American Legion

Latrobe 13, Young Township 3

Brian Hantz was the winning pitcher, and Latrobe defeated Young Township in a Region 7 game stopped in the sixth because of the 10-run rule.

Latrobe's Jess Tetkoski and Nate Campbell each tripled.

Hantz limited Young Township to four hits.

Hollidaysburg 13, Kiski Valley 9

Hollidaysburg scored eight runs in the final inning in a come-from-behind, Region 7 victory over Kiski Valley.

Nick Long was the winning pitcher, and Blake Pavlik was tagged with the defeat.

Preston Jones doubled twice for Kiski Valley, and Tyler Garrone and Carter Haponski each doubled. Kiski Valley's Justin Colamarino and Jake Schaffer both had triples.

Andy Young doubled for Hollidaysburg.

Junior Legion

Greensburg 4, Keystone Rehab 2

Jordan Truscutt was the winning pitcher, and Greensburg defeated Keystone Rehab in the Western Regional Tournament.

Nick Draghi, Vinnie Mongelluzzo and Nick Biehl all had doubles for Greensburg

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