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Ivy League Preseason Freshman of the Year Matt Pellis (Greensburg CC) has appeared in eight games, and the second baseman is hitting .200 for the Quakers (6 9).
Senior catcher Brennan Hoffer, a Jeannette resident who went to Allderdice, gave the Bearcats a walk off win with a single in the seventh to top Thomas More, 5 4, for their first PAC win of the season. Junior outfielder Eddie Kilkeary (Greensburg CC) homered in the first game of the doubleheader, a 4 3 loss.
Freshman outfielder Vince Guerrieri (Latrobe) is hitting .333 with three runs scored, and sophomore third baseman Luke Ferlin (Ligonier Valley) has appeared in seven games and has a pair of RBIs.
Junior shortstop Jessica Zavolta (Penn Trafford) leads the Gators (4 8) in hitting with a .370 batting average, and senior Abrianna Sadler (Penn Trafford) had made 12 starts and has four RBIs.
Senior pitcher Olivia Gumbita (Latrobe) picked up her first save of season as Gannon edged Point Park, 3 1. She also was credited with the win, which improved her record to 7 2. She has a 1.28 ERA and seven complete games and has struck out 66.
A trio of local players have helped the Crimson Hawks (8 9) this season. Freshman pitcher Macy Mularski (Yough) is 1 1 in the circle with a 2.33 ERA. Freshman outfielder Morgan Little (Penn Trafford) has 15 starts and 13 total bases. Junior outfielder Alaina Montgomery (Hempfield) has started 16 games and has three RBIs. Montgomery began her career at Connecticut.
Junior Melissa Wagner (Greensburg Salem) is off to a 4 2 start with a 1.33 ERA for the Mountain Cats (6 6). She has six complete games and has struck out 17 against only four walks.
Freshman outfielder Briana Bunner (Southmoreland) has started 22 games for the Colonials (5 18) and is hitting .213 with six doubles and seven RBIs. Teammate Taylor Barlow (Hempfield), a sophomore utility player, has played in 13 games with 10 starts.
Junior first baseman Shelby Noel (Latrobe) went 4 for 4 with three RBIs and three runs, and senior catcher Breanne Wallace (Ligonier Valley) added two hits in a 9 3 win over Juniata.
The Griffins earned a sweep of Salem International as freshman shortstop Christiana Skrebak (Norwin) went 3 for 7 with a run and an RBI in wins of 4 3 and 4 1.
Senior Lexi Masterson (Hempfield) opened the outdoor season with a victory in the pole vault at the Pac 12/Big Ten Challenge, clearing 12 feet, 8 1 inches. Teammate Maddy Holmberg (Hempfield), a sophomore, won the long jump with a distance of 19 9 3
Senior Madison Fiaschetti (Hempfield) finished second in the 5,
000 meter run at the Jim Taylor Invitational at Susquehanna University to open the outdoor season. Her time was 41 minutes, 5.35 seconds.
The Griffins posted four first place finishes at the season opening Winthrop Adidas Invitational. Junior Sarah Taylor (Penn Trafford) won the 5,000 in a personal best time of 17:58.99, and sophomore Lexi Stevenson broke the school outdoor record while winning the shot put with a throw of 43 8.
Senior Cassidy Shepherd (Greensburg Salem) won the pole vault with a mark of 13 1 at the Cal U Early Bird Invitational. Last week, she was named Corvias ECAC Division III Field Athlete of the Week after she tied for second in the pole vault at the Charleston Southern Spring Break Invitational.
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