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PIAA releases playoff sites

Paul Schofield
| Saturday, May 31, 2003 12:00 a.m

The PIAA released the sites for the baseball and softball playoffs, which are scheduled to begin Monday.

WPIAL Class A champion Carmichaels (19-1) will play District 6 runner-up Bishop McCort of Johnstown 4 p.m. at California (Pa.) University.

The Mikes claimed the WPIAL title Thursday when they pounded Bishop Canevin 10-0 at PNC Park. Bishop McCort dropped a 6-1 decision to Bellwood-Antis in the District 6 title game.

Yough, the WPIAL Class AA third-place team, will play District 10 champion Grove City at 1 p.m. at Erie’s Jerry Uht Stadium. It will be the first of three games at that field. Yough dropped a 2-1 decision to Ellwood City in the WPIAL semifinals, while Grove City edged Hickory 6-4.

District 10 Class A champion Eisenhower will face WPIAL runner-up Bishop Canevin at 3:30 p.m., followed by a Class AAA game between Peters Township and District 10 champion Meadville.

The only district softball team to qualify for playoffs, Leechburg, will play District 10 A champion Union City at the Lincoln Ave. Complex 4 p.m. Monday at Meadville. Leechburg lost the WPIAL title game to Sto-Rox 2-1 on Thursday.

Paul Schofield is a Tribune-Review sports reporter. You can contact Paul by email at or via Twitter .

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