Just call it Beaver's version of "Austin Powers II."
As the postseason has progressed, it hasn't mattered whether Austin Ross or Austin Logan has pitched for Beaver. Most often, opponents end up with a blank stare.
It was Logan's turn Monday and he pitched a two-hitter to lead Beaver past Quaker Valley, 7-0, in a PIAA Class AA baseball semifinal at Pullman Park in Butler.
The win puts Beaver in Friday's championship game at Penn State.
Beaver (20-3) has played three PIAA playoff games and the Austins have blanked all three opponents.
Logan has two victories and Ross has one, a 1-0 victory against Mount Union in the quarterfinals Saturday.
Going back to the WPIAL playoffs, the Austins have allowed only two runs in the past six playoff games.
They have more in common than their first names: They are both seniors; Ross is 9-1; Logan is 8-1; and both lost to Neshannock.
What Ross and Logan are doing, and where Beaver is now headed, is bringing back memories of a Beaver team from three decades ago.
This is the 30-year anniversary of the last Beaver team that made it to a PIAA championship game.
The 1983 Bobcats featured John Burkett and Doug Piatt, both of whom eventually pitched in the major leagues.
The Bobcats lost to Reading, 2-1, in the Class AAA final that year.
"That's all people talk about at Beaver is that '83 team," Logan said with a laugh. "That's our claim to fame, Burkett and Piatt."
No one is saying Logan or Ross is as good as Burkett or Piatt, but as Beaver coach Bruce Herstine said, "It's tough to say they're like Burkett and Piatt because they made it to the majors, but I'll take these two every day of the week."
The Austins were the only thorns in Quaker Valley's season.
The Quakers lost only two games. Ross beat them, 7-1, in the WPIAL final.
This time, Logan retired the first 13 in order before Jake Pilewicz reached base on an error in the fifth. Matt Delie's double later in the inning was the first hit for Quaker Valley (23-2).
Quaker Valley's second hit was a leadoff triple for Nelson Westwood in the seventh. But he was thrown out at the plate on a bouncer to Logan.
"Honestly, during the season neither [Ross or Logan] threw nowhere near where they are throwing now," Herstine said.
"They elevate their games in big games, which may be their only fault. They sort of downplay the small games. They let teams play with us all year, until the playoffs."
Against Quaker Valley on Monday, Beaver got all the runs it needed in the second inning. Sophomore pitcher Tyler Garbee walked the bases loaded with no outs before Matt Rose hit a two-run single.
Beaver added five more runs in the sixth. Logan brought home two runs with a bases-loaded single. Rose stole home to make it 5-0 and two more runs scored on an error.
Logan finished with five strikeouts and did not walk a batter.
He did not overpower Quaker Valley, but had a good curveball most of the game.
"Everything felt on today," Logan said. "I was hitting spots and I throw two curveballs -- one over the top and a slower one when I drop side arm. Both of my curveballs were working."
Ross will start Friday's PIAA championship game. Maybe Logan and Ross can help Beaver get what the 1983 Bobcats couldn't: a PIAA title.
"One more win and maybe we'll both have a claim to fame," Logan said.