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Springdale defeats West Deer

| Wednesday, June 2, 2010 12:00 a.m


American Legion

• Springdale 11, West Deer 3 — Shortstop Joe Killian went 4 for 4 with three RBI to lead a 15-hit attack, as Springdale (2-1) piled up seven runs in the first inning in an Allegheny River League game. Winning pitcher Donnie Sippel struck out six in five innings. First baseman J.T. Healy added two hits and three RBI.

Zach Reichart singled twice for West Deer.

Alle-Kiski Juniors

• Highlands American Legion (Post 226) 6, Highlands Pioneerhose 2 — For American Legion, Ryan Richards tripled and doubled twice, Nate Mckinney singled and Andrew Jewart singled. For Pioneerhose, Blake Lery played well defensively and Damon McDermott singled twice.

Alle-Kiski Majors

• Leechburg Jean Stull CPA Tigers 4, Apollo Darren Papaila’s Excavation Inc. Pirates 1 — For the Tigers, Josh Rowe singled twice, Chuck Stull singled and Jake Ritchie pitched well. For the Pirates, Brian Worst doubled, and Colton Robb singled and pitched well.

• Deer Lakes Giants 6, Lower Burrell Salem’s Autobody 3 — For Deer Lakes, Scott Kelly pitched well, Matt Knauer doubled and Scott Bajack singled. For Lower Burrell, Austin Shaffer homered and Austin Glace doubled.

• Highlands Raymond’s 3, Lower Valley McDonald’s Bulldogs 0 — For Highlands, Tyler Alworth homered, Bobby Reesman homered and Shane Wicks played well defensively. For Lower Valley, Jacob Shrader singled, and Tyler Robbins pitched well and singled.

• Lower Valley District Justice Sosovicka Phantoms 17, Freeport Gigrl Augustine Investment Management Pirates 0 — For Lower Valley, Zach Simcic struck out eight, Dante Mahlmeister tripled and Marcus Krstonich doubled.

Alle-Kiski Minors

• Freeport WestArm Physical Therapy 4, Deer Lakes (No. 2) 3 — For Freeport, Jalen Brown singled, Sean Fennell singled and Jake Miller doubled. For Deer Lakes, Jacob Kelly pitched well and Dalton Shoop scored.

• Deer Lakes (No. 2) River Valley Veterinary Hospital 10, Deer Lakes (No. 4) 9 — For River Valley Veterinary Hospital, Ben Bokulich tripled, Riley Luniewski played well defensively and Lewis Davis played well defensively. For Deer Lakes No. 4, Parker Marks and Ben Colton tripled.

• Century 21 Realty 6, Kaminski CPA 3 — For Century 21, Marshall McKallip and Gavin Bowser pitched well, and Danny Hydock singled. For Kaminski CPA, Jordan Wojtczak played well defensively and Luke Virag pitched well.

• Freeport Rock-A-Fellas Pirates 10, Lower Burrell Kreashko 7 — For Freeport, Brodey Cowan pitched well, doubled and singled, Zane Zeppuhar pitched well and scored a run, and Slade Ohl played well defensively and scored a run. For Lower Burrell, Zach Kerr singled twice and Jacob Kernan singled.

Allegheny River Bronco

• Kiski Valley Kuhn’s Crossroads River Cats 15, Kiski Valley Dommy’s Pizza River Dogs 5 — For the River Cats, Connor Liebert doubled and singled, and Tanner Knapp played well defensively. For the River Dogs, Alex Ferarro and Mike Longo doubled.

Allegheny River Mustang

• Springdale 5, NHBSA No. 1 KC&C 1 — For Springdale, Nick Taliani doubled and singled, Parker Kline singled twice and Sam Breyak doubled. for NHBSA, Corey Nicastro and Dylan Chelko pitched well.


Alle-Kiski ASA 10-under

• Kiski Home Wink 9, Leechburg Chuck Smith Flooring 1 — For Kiski, Taylor Baker scored twice, Helena Caron singled and Abby Goldstrom scored. For Leechburg, Lexie Young singled twice, and Melanie Nulph singled.

• Kiski Home Wink 20, Apollo Irwin Interior System 5 — For Kiski, Katie Ritenbaugh doubled, Heidi Neumann singled and Cassie Shoupe pitched well. For Apollo, Hannah Brown and Lacey Lauster played well.

Alle-Kiski ASA 12-under

• Bengel’s Law and Order 11, Saltsburg 1 — For Bengel’s, Nikki Neanor pitched well, Katelyn Kuniak singled and Breanna Balog drove in a run. For Saltsburg, Nicole Bendis played well defensively and Jenn Kish singled.

• Riverview Raiders 10, Natrona Heights Bengel’s Law and Order 9 — For Riverview, Gretchen Loeffler drove in two runs, Elaina Lowe singled and Leah Sero scored the winning run. For Natrona Heights, Emily Weissert singled and Tori Grinchuk played well defensively.

• Apollo White’s Excavating 14, Ford City Purple (No. 2) 12 — For Apollo, Kennedy Kehew singled and scored three times, Madison Trenney scored twice and Cara Jackson played well defensively. For Ford City No. 2, Morgan Hecker and Grace Knepshield scored runs.

Alle-Kiski ASA 15-under

• Bell (No.1) ABS Athletics Simpson Stone and Fireplace 13, Bell (No. 2) ABS Athletics Berlin Heating and Air Conditioning 8 — For Simpson, Samm Shirey doubled, Sara Sieckowski scored three times and Alyssa Hobbins drove in four runs. For Berlin, Ashley Drobka doubled and singled, and Maryssa Williams singled twice.

• Natrona Heights Raymond’s Photography 11, Northmoreland Pirates 1 — For Natrona Heights, Nicole Fortuna singled and scored twice, Keyania Edgar singled twice and scored twice, and Grayce McCafferty singled and scored a run. For Northmoreland, Emily Kramer singled and scored, and Marina Stascak had an RBI.

Alle-Kiski Palomino

• Kiski won the Memorial Weekend Wooden Bat bash in Lyndora last weekend, defeating Lyndora (5-1), Hampton (1-0), North Allegheny (7-2) and Seneca Valley (3-2). Kiski took a 2-0 lead in the first inning of the championship game, but Seneca Valley came back to force extra innings. In the 11th inning, Matt McCutcheon hit what turned out to be the game-winning double.

Allegheny River Colt

• Kiski 16, Freeport 4 — For Kiski, Doug Donatelli struck out 14, Adam Beallish singled twice and doubled, and Shawn McGowan singled twice. For Freeport, Josh Luchesa doubled and Ethan McCormick doubled. Allegheny River Mustang

• Kiski Valley (No. 3) 8, Kiski Valley (No. 1) 7 — For Kiski Valley No. 3, Kyle Harris hit an inside-the-park home run, and Troy Kuhn pitched well and singled. For Kiski Valley No. 1, Nolan Thompson singled and Ryan Smith pitched well.

North Hills Federation Pony

• Kiski Valley Sowol Masonry 11, North Hills 7 — For Kiski Valley, Tristan Haney doubled and singled twice, Ryan Sowol doubled and singled twice, and Trent Mator doubled and singled.

Springdale Senior

• West Point Spartans 8, Springdale Lower Valley Chiropractic Orioles 4 — For Springdale, Brandon Stiehler tripled and drove in two runs, Anthony Mariani singled, and Mike Liko singled and scored.

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