Did you miss this week in high school baseball?
Check out our roundup of boys varsity baseball results from in and around Pittsburgh, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Pine-Richland scores 9 runs, smothers Taylor Allderdice
On Wednesday, May 1, the Taylor Allderdice Dragons faced off against the Gibsonia Pine-Richland Rams at home. The Pine-Richland Rams walked away with the 9-0 victory. The Dragons got three hits, while the Pine-Richland Rams got 12. The loss brought Taylor Allderdice's conference record to 1-7, while Pine-Richland's record rose to 9-1.
Obama Academy of International Studies yields to Beaver
The Beaver Bobcats beat the Obama Academy of International Studies Eagles 10-0 at home on Wednesday. The Bobcats added 11 hits, while the Eagles added three. The Bobcats scored four home runs, bringing their season total to 11 home runs. The win brought Beaver's conference record to 9-3, while Obama Academy of International Studies' record fell to 4-8.
Carrick strikes out against Montour
Wednesday also saw McKees Rocks's Montour Spartans defeat the Carrick Raiders by a score of 5-0. The Montour Spartans had seven hits, while the Raiders had one. The win brought Montour's conference record to 7-5, while Carrick's record fell to 1-10.
Mt. Lebanon conquers Brashear
The Mt. Lebanon team traveled to this week to face off against the Brashear Bulls on Wednesday. The Blue Devils blew the Bulls out of the park in a decisive 10-0 victory. This continued a three-game losing streak for the Brashear Bulls, whose record fell again on Wednesday to 0-13. Mt. Lebanon's record is now 10-10.
Quigley Catholic unseats Bishop Canevin
Thursday saw the Baden Quigley Catholic Spartans defeat the Bishop Canevin Crusaders by a score of 2-0. The Quigley Catholic Spartans racked up four hits, while the Bishop Canevin Crusaders got three. The win brought Quigley Catholic's conference record to 10-2, while Bishop Canevin's record fell to 6-5.
Obama Academy of International Studies outmatched by Central Valley
Thursday also saw the Obama Academy of International Studies Eagles fall to the Monaca Central Valley Warriors by a score of 15-3. The loss brought Obama Academy of International Studies' conference record to 4-8, while Central Valley's record rose to 6-6.
Canon-McMillan edges out Brashear
Friday, the Brashear Bulls hosted Canonsburg's Canon-McMillan Big Macs for a varsity face-off. The Canon-McMillan Big Macs snuck past the Bulls for a 3-2 win. This continued a four-game losing streak for the Bulls, whose record fell again this week to 0-4. Canon-McMillan's record rose to 5-7.
Bishop Canevin scores 9 runs, conquers Cornell
Monday brought a new round of high school competitions, with the Coraopolis Cornell Raiders facing off against the Bishop Canevin Crusaders at home. The Bishop Canevin Crusaders blew the Cornell Raiders out of the park in a decisive 9-5 victory. The Raiders added nine hits, while the Crusaders added 15. The loss brought Cornell's conference record to 1-11, while Bishop Canevin's record rose to 6-5.
Carrick overwhelmed by Trinity
On Tuesday, May 7, the Washington Trinity Hillers traveled to Pittsburgh to face off against the Carrick Raiders. They drove home satisfied: the Hillers cinched a 6-0 victory. The Hillers scored one home run. The loss brought Carrick's conference record to 1-10, while Trinity's record rose to 6-6.
Bishop Canevin edges out Quigley Catholic
Also on Tuesday, the Baden Quigley Catholic Spartans traveled to Pittsburgh to face off against the Bishop Canevin Crusaders. The Crusaders inched past the Quigley Catholic Spartans to claim a 1-0 victory. The Bishop Canevin Crusaders recorded three hits, while the Spartans recorded two. The win brought Bishop Canevin's record to 9-7, while Quigley Catholic's record fell to 11-6.
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