What to observe for in WPIAL sports activities on April 13, 2023: Western Beaver softball continues breakout season – thqaftqlm

What to observe for in WPIAL sports activities on April 13, 2023: Western Beaver softball continues breakout season

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Thursday, April 13, 2023 | 12:11 AM


In its first two years taking part in Class 5A softball, Western Beaver, which co-ops with Lincoln Park, had a mixed report of 0-19 in part play and 2-22 total.

Nevertheless, third yr has been a allure for the Golden Beavers.

Western Beaver has been an incredible story to this point this season with a 2-0 part report and 5-2 total.

It’s tied for first place in Part 3-5A with perennial energy West Allegheny.

The Indians are additionally 2-0 within the part, 9-1 total.

West A had been undefeated earlier than dropping to Montour on Tuesday.

That’s certainly one of 4 part softball video games scheduled for Thursday.

• Beaver Falls (1-1, 2-2) is at Central Valley (1-0, 2-1) in Part 2-3A.

• Bentworth (2-1, 2-3) hosts Beth-Middle (0-4, 0-8) in Part 3-2A.

• Chartiers-Houston (3-1, 4-4) travels to Mapletown (1-2, 2-4) in Part 2-A.

Baseball finales

4 three-game Class 6A part sequence conclude Thursday.

Two groups are in place for three-game sweeps whereas two sequence have been break up to this point and can come all the way down to a rubber recreation.

In Part 1-6A, Pine-Richland visits Allderdice. The Rams are searching for a 3rd straight win over the Dragons, who’re 0-5 in part play to this point.

In Part 2-6A, Hempfield can have the brooms prepared for a sweep as they host Baldwin. The Spartans have outscored the Highlanders of their two wins by a mixed rating of 19-7.

Canon-McMillan is at Norwin whereas Mt. Lebanon hosts Central Catholic. Every workforce has gained a recreation of their sequence this week.

Canon-McMillan and Hempfield are tied for the Part 2-6A lead with 4-1 part information.

Combat for first

Thursday is a busy night for district boys volleyball, together with two battles for first place.

In Part 3-3A, Hempfield visits Penn-Trafford. The Spartans and Warriors are each 3-0 within the part, one recreation forward of Norwin.

In Part 2-2A, Latrobe hosts Gateway. The Wildcats and Gators are tied for first at 2-0, a half-game forward of Derry at 1-0.

There are two matches for second place of their respective sections Thursday: North Catholic (3-1) at Hopewell (2-1) in Part 1-2A and South Fayette (3-1) and Trinity (3-1) in Part 3-2A.

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