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Fay-West Male Athlete of the Week |

Fay-West Male Athlete of the Week

| Wednesday, April 29, 2009 12:00 a.m

Greg Welsh

School: Connellsville

Class: Junior

Sport: Baseball

Notable: Welsh pitched a three-hit shutout last Wednesday in a 1-0 victory against Section 2-AAAA rival Hempfield.

“My fastball was my best pitch that day,” Welsh said. “I was able to keep it low and away to keep the hitters off balance.”

Connellsville is (5-7, 2-5), but Welsh and his teammates are optimistic about the remainder of the season.

“If we play well, we can win our next couple games and get into the playoffs,” Welsh said.

Have you received any interest from colleges yet?

Yes, so far I’ve talked to the coach at Slippery Rock.

Who is your favorite major-league player?

Chipper Jones.

What are your plans for the summer?

I’m going to be playing for the Connellsville Legion baseball team.

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