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Sports Town North Week in Review (April 14-20)

Written by Cara De Carlo on .

Below is a review of the North posts that appeared the week of April 14-20

Sunday, April 14
* Sports Town North Week in Review (April 7-13)

Monday, April 15
* Video: PR's Kramer over Peters' Kreider in second round WPIAL singles
* Chelsea Siar/Lauren Hackett (Robert Morris)
* Pine-Richland softball team early-sesaon surprise
* Shaler softball team hardly in rebuilding mode
* Softball: North Feature Athlete - North Allegheny's Madi Beining


Tuesday, April 16
* Alumni Update: Brittany Byerly (Robert Morris)
* Fox Chapel baseball team experiencing success
* Pine-Richland baseball team continues to roll
* Shady Side Academy baseball team cruises past section opponents
* Quaker Valley baseball team remains perfect

Wednesday, April 17
* Photo journal: Foxes, Freeport, P-R, Mars, and more North teams at the Butler Invite
* Photos: Fox Chapel’s Brandon Mitchell takes second in the 110-meter hurdles
* Photo: Springdale’s Lelis won the 100-meter hurdles at Butler
* Shaler girls track team beat their “yardstick team:” Butler
* Track and Field: North featured athlete is Shaler’s Brianna Schwartz
* North teams and upcoming invitationals – TSTCA Outdoor Champs at West Mifflin (4-20)

Thursday, April 18
* Alumni Update: Zach Richert (Duquesne)
* Hampton's Cisek unable to make boys' tennis states at two levels
* Pine-Richland's Kramer takes third at WPIAL boys' tennis tournament
* Boys' Tennis: North Feature Athlete - Vincentian Academy's Derek Chen
* Quaker Valley proving to be contender for a section title
* Mars softball takes step back to step up
* North Allegheny junior claims section singles title
* New coach has North Hills believing it can win
* Volleyball 'rookies' make a difference at Pine-Richland

Friday, April 19
* Boys Volleyball: North Feature Athlete - North Allegheny's Tommy Keisling

Saturday, April 20
* Alumni Update: Eric Speicher (Penn State Altoona)
* Alumni Update: Nathan Steele (Penn State Behrend)
* Five North teams in girls' lacrosse top 10
* Hampton boys' lacrosse team hanging with best in Division I
* Pivotal North Allegheny-Pine-Richland girls' game stopped by lightning