This Month's Articles

Article | Posted 2014/04/11 - 12:27am
Shannon Davis' RBI single in the bottom of the 14th inning delivered West Mifflin (9-2, 4-2) a dramatic 8-7 win over rival Thomas Jefferson (7-3, 3-3) on Thursday evening at West Mifflin High School. The game, one of the wildest and longest in the 2014 WPIAL season, took turn after turn, with five lead changes and five ties. West Mifflin was forced to overcome seven errors and three wild pitches and rallied from two different two-run deficits in extra innings to pull out the late win. Senior Paige Flore pitched all 14 innings for the Titans, throwing 154 of her 199 pitches for strikes. The...
Article | Posted 2014/04/10 - 1:35pm
2013 was a break through year for the West Mifflin Titan softball program.  The Titans compiled a 17-6 record, won a share of the section title, and were WPIAL Semi-finalists.  The playoffs birth was the first in 15 years and the section title was the first in 18 years.   Although hit hard by the graduation for 4, four year starters, the Titans return a solid core for 2014.  Leading the team will be two four year starters- Senior Pitcher Paige Flore and Senior Pitcher/first baseman Crystal Cook.  Along with Flore and Cook are the following returning...
Article | Posted 2014/04/10 - 1:01pm
The Brentwood Lady Spartans defeated East Allegheny Wednesday 8-1 in WPIAL Section 4 AA action Wednesday afternoon at Brentwood High School. The win moved the Lady Spartans to 2-1 in the section and 3-2 overall while EA dropped to 1-3 in the section and overall.  Brentwood managed to score 8 runs on only 3 hits off of EA pitcher Stephanie Fritzious, capitalizing on four Wildcats errors and aggressive base running to manufacture runs.  Fritzious struck out 9 and only walked 2 in the losing effort.  Alexis Wagner was the winning pitcher despite giving up 9 hits to EA, as she...
Article | Posted 2014/04/09 - 8:42pm
Four coaches who have 20 WPIAL championships between them. A three-time Parade All-American basketball player. A two-sport star who had her college jersey retired. A basketball player who went to be part of a national championship team at the University of North Carolina. Those are some of the headliners of the WPIAL Hall of Fame class of 2014. The WPIAL held a news conference this morning to announce its eighth annual class. All inductees will be honored at a banquet June 6 at the Doubletree Hotel in Greentree. A WPIAL Hall of Fame committee picks inductees in seven different categories –...
Article | Posted 2014/04/09 - 8:26pm
Each week during the regular season, MSA Sports will rank the top ten boys volleyball teams in the WPIAL in both classifications every Wednesday at www.MSAsports.net. Log on every day for updated standings and match broadcasts here on your exclusive home for the 2014 WPIAL Boys Volleyball Playoffs, the MSA Sports Network at MSAsports.net Each teams section record is in parenthesis.   WPIAL CLASS AAA: 1)   NORTH ALLEGHENY TIGERS  (4-0) (Last Week #1) 2)   SENECA VALLEY RAIDERS  (4-0) (Last Week #2) 3)   BETHEL PARK BLACK HAWKS  (4-0...
Article | Posted 2014/04/08 - 6:02pm
Each week during the regular season, MSA Sports will rank the top ten softball teams in the WPIAL in all four classifications every Tuesday at www.MSAsports.net  Here are this weeks rankings. Log on every day for updated standings and game broadcasts on your exclusive home for the 2014 WPIAL Softball Playoffs sponsored by Carlow University, the MSA Sports Network at MSAsports.net   WPIAL Class AAAA: 1)   Canon-McMillan Big Macs  (4-0) (Last Week #1) 2)   Latrobe Wildcats  (4-0) (Last Week #5) 3)   Seneca Valley Raiders  (3-0) (Last...
Article | Posted 2014/04/07 - 11:16pm
A senior and a freshman claimed the first gold of the spring on Tuesday afternoon. Pittsburgh Central Catholic senior Adam Blasinsky claimed a second consecutive championship while Sewickley Academy ninth grader Luke Ross also won in straight sets. Here are ALL of the results from the 2014 WPIAL Boys Singles Tennis Playoffs with summary recaps of both championship and consolation finals from Tuesday. You can hear the broadcast of the finals any time you want on the MSA Sports archives. 2014 WPIAL CLASS AAA BOYS SINGLES TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH: Adam Blasinsky (Pittsburgh Central...
Article | Posted 2014/04/07 - 7:21pm
Chartiers-Houston had another successful campaign last season in their first year of AA competition, finishing 19-2 and making it to the WPIAL Semifinals.  However, with over half of last year's starters are not in the lineup this season as a young Buccaneers team looks to improve and learn quickly as they compete for a playoff spot in a competitive Class AA Section 2. The Lady Bucs will lean heavily on their returning starters as they try to draw on past WPIAL successes to pass on to their younger teammates.  The returning starters will be Haley Sutton who is a four year starter,...
Article | Posted 2014/04/07 - 7:12pm
Although the Elizabeth Forward softball team is returning five starters, four of which are seniors, they are rebuilding in the circle with sophomore pitcher, Sarah Turek and her battery mate of freshman catcher Jessica Cartia. The Lady Warriors feel they will compete for the Class AAA Section 4 championship and look for another run at a WPIAL Championship in 2014. Returning EF starters are: Seniors - McKenna Kern moving from first base to second base Jen Keefer returning to center field Courtney Hrabosky returning to right field Ashley Baker moving from third base to left field And...
Article | Posted 2014/04/07 - 4:03pm
Each week during the regular season, MSA Sports will rank the top ten baseball teams in the WPIAL in all four classifications every Monday at www.MSAsports.net  Here are this weeks rankings, including a NEW #1 team in Class AAAA. Log on every day for updated standings and game broadcasts on your exclusive home for the 2014 WPIAL Baseball Playoffs, the MSA Sports Network at MSAsports.net WPIAL Class AAAA: 1)    PENN-TRAFFORD WARRIORS  (5-0) (Last Week #7) 2)    HEMPFIELD SPARTANS  (5-0) (Last Week #10) 3)    PINE-...
Article | Posted 2014/04/06 - 10:54am
With the hope for a much drier week, we have plenty of diamond action scheduled in this first full week of April this week here on the MSA Sports Network. We have section play in WPIAL baseball, WPIAL softball, WPIAL boys volleyball and WPIAL boys lacrosse along with college baseball and women's lacrosse featuring Slippery Rock University, plus we have exclusive coverage of the 2014 WPIAL Boys Singles Tennis Finals and another edition of The WPIAL Baseball Show ALL here at MSAsports.net Monday, April 7th: WPIAL High School Baseball - Fox Chapel vs North Allegheny at...
Article | Posted 2014/04/04 - 8:22pm
It has been proven the Blackhawk baseball team is close to unbeatable when Brendan McKay pitches. That is the main reason the Cougars are the MSA Sports No. 1-ranked WPIAL Class AAA team. But the No. 1 question with Blackhawk remains what kind of team are the Cougars when McKay doesn’t pitch? It’s a natural question, especially after last season. McKay, one of the most successful pitchers in the WPIAL the past few decades, was 7-0 last year to lift his career record to 22-1. McKay was phenomenal, allowing only three runs and one earned run in 53 innings pitched. But the rest of the season,...
Article | Posted 2014/04/02 - 5:08pm
Each week during the regular season, MSA Sports will rank the top ten boys volleyball teams in the WPIAL in both classifications every Wednesday at www.MSAsports.net. Log on every day for updated standings and match broadcasts here on your exclusive home for the 2014 WPIAL Boys Volleyball Playoffs, the MSA Sports Network at MSAsports.net Each teams section record is in parenthesis.   WPIAL CLASS AAA: 1)   NORTH ALLEGHENY TIGERS  (2-0) 2)   SENECA VALLEY RAIDERS  (2-0) 3)   FOX CHAPEL FOXES  (2-1) 4)   BETHEL PARK BLACK HAWKS  (2...
Article | Posted 2014/04/02 - 12:16am
On a gorgeous, breezy day in the South Hills, the Brashear Bulls faced the Baldwin Highlanders on a dry, sunny softball field. Both teams are very young and are in a tight Section 4 AAAA division. However, consistent pitching and excellent offense made it look like an easy win for Baldwin. Sophomore pitcher for the Highlanders, Jaimie Schleicher started the game off strong, retiring eight out of her first nine batters faced with strikeouts. Schleicher continued her success on the other side, leading off with a single and her sub, Katie Higgins, scoring off of Melissa Paterni’s fielders choice...

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