Did you miss this week in high school baseball?
Here’s your roundup of boys varsity baseball results from Pittsburgh, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.
Bishop Canevin scores 17 runs, flattens Carlynton
Tuesday, March 26 brought a new round of high school matchups, with the Bishop Canevin Crusaders facing off against the Carnegie Carlynton Cougars. The Crusaders walked away with the victory, beating the Cougars soundly, 17-4. With this result, Carlynton's record fell to 0-2, while Bishop Canevin's rose to 1-1.
McKeesport yields to Carrick, falls 1-6
On Wednesday, March 27, the McKeesport Tigers hosted the Carrick Raiders at home, with the Raiders nabbing a 6-1 victory. After this win, Carrick had a record of 1-0, while McKeesport's record fell to 3-1.
Canon-McMillan falls to Central Catholic, 1-3
The Canonsburg Canon-McMillan Big Macs fell to the Central Catholic Vikings 1-3 at home on Wednesday. The loss brought Canon-McMillan's conference record to 2-2, while Central Catholic's record rose to 4-1.
Woodland Hills overwhelmed by Taylor Allderdice, falls 4-7
Also on Wednesday, the Taylor Allderdice Dragons visited the Woodland Hills Wolverines. They drove home satisfied: the Dragons cinched a 7-4 victory. Following this win, Taylor Allderdice had a record of 1-0, while Woodland Hills' record fell to 0-2.
Springdale strikes out against Carrick, falls 3-14
On Thursday, March 28, the Springdale Dynamos lost to the Carrick Raiders by a score of 3-14. After this success, Carrick remains undefeated with a record of 2-0, while Springdale's record falls to 0-2.
Brentwood flattens Brashear
On Thursday, the Brashear Bulls visited the Brentwood Spartans. The Spartans walked away with the success, beating the Bulls soundly, 7-3. The Bulls' record fell on Thursday to 0-1, while Brentwood's record rose to 2-1.
Bishop Canevin scores 10 runs, overthrows Clairton
Thursday also saw the Bishop Canevin Crusaders unseat the Clairton Bears by a score of 10-2 at home. The Bears's record fell again this week to 0-2, while Bishop Canevin's record rose to 2-1.
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