No. 1 Bethel Park rallies for win

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Other top baseball games

• Penn-Trafford (9-4, 6-2) earned its seventh win in a row by defeating Class AAAA Section 2 leader Hempfield (10-3, 7-2), 2-0. Shane Churm

• Dylan Jones hit a two-run single in the sixth to snap a 3-3 tie and give Class AA No. 2 Riverside (10-3, 7-2) a 5-3 win against visiting Laurel (6-5, 6-3) in Section 5.

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Serra player explodes

• Wayne Hydak had nine RBIs in the first inning for Class A No. 3 Serra Catholic (12-1, 7-0) in a 25-0 three-inning win against visiting Geibel Catholic (1-9, 1-6). Hydak hit a grand slam, three-run double and two-run single.

Baseball top performer

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Serra player explodes

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Top softball games

• Class AAAA No. 2 Latrobe (11-2) defeated visiting Seneca Valley (6-6), 8-3, in a non-section game. Winning pitcher Shelby Noel had two doubles and three RBIs.

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Softball top performer

• Alyssa McMurtrie hit three home runs and finished with four RBIs to spring Montour (10-5) to its third win a row, a 13-3 non-section triumph at Mt. Lebanon (3-8).

Recruiting

• Quaker Valley girls tennis player Spencer Caravaggio signed with Duquesne. Caravaggio was the WPIAL Class AA champion and PIAA runner-up in both her sophomore and senior seasons.

The top-ranked baseball team in WPIAL Class AAAA overcame a four-run deficit to gain a big section win Friday.

Dakota Forsyth's RBI single in the fifth provided the winning run for Bethel Park, which rallied from four runs down to win at Mt. Lebanon, 5-4, in Section 5.

Corey Lazor had a two-run double earlier in the inning for Bethel Park (13-2, 5-2), which lost to Mt. Lebanon (6-8, 5-2) earlier this season.

Winning pitcher Tyler Grashoff struck out 11.

Other top baseball games

• Penn-Trafford (9-4, 6-2) earned its seventh win in a row by defeating Class AAAA Section 2 leader Hempfield (10-3, 7-2), 2-0. Shane Churma went 3 for 3 with an RBI.

• Jared Skolnicki pitched a three-hitter and Taylor Lehman knocked in the winning run in the sixth for Class AAA No. 5 Keystone Oaks (10-2, 5-1) in a 1-0 Section 3 victory at No. 3 Chartiers Valley (12-3, 5-1).

• Dylan Jones hit a two-run single in the sixth to snap a 3-3 tie and give Class AA No. 2 Riverside (10-3, 7-2) a 5-3 win against visiting Laurel (6-5, 6-3) in Section 5.

Big day for Serra player

• Wayne Hydak had nine RBIs in the first inning for Class A No. 3 Serra Catholic (12-1, 7-0) in a 25-0 three-inning win against visiting Geibel Catholic (1-9, 1-6). Hydak hit a grand slam, three-run double and two-run single.

Top softball game

• Shelby Noel was the winning pitcher and had three RBIs for Class AAAA No. 2 Latrobe (11-2) in an 8-3 non-section win against visiting Seneca Valley (6-6).

Softball top performer

• Alyssa McMurtrie hit three home runs and finished with four RBIs to spring Montour (10-5) to its third win a row, a 13-3 non-section triumph at Mt. Lebanon (3-8).

Recruiting

• Spencer Caravaggio, a girls tennis player at Quaker Valley, signed with Duquesne. Caravaggio was the WPIAL Class AA singles champion and PIAA runner-up in both her sophomore and senior seasons.

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