Zach Rohaley and Cam Weston have teamed up to give Canon-McMillan one of the top pitching duos in the WPIAL.
In fact, their coach said the tandem is the very best.
"I love it. No one has one like I have," Tim Bruzdewicz said. "A lot of teams have good ones, but I love my guys over any of the others. They're competitive and compete in a good way. They are just two really good guys and great pitchers and great student athletes. Both are hard workers."
Rohaley and Weston are both right-handers and both underclassmen. Rohaley is a junior and Weston a sophomore. Rohaley helped Canon-McMillan reach the WPIAL semifinals last season after going 7-4 with a 1.59 ERA. Among his conquests this season have been shutouts against Mt. Lebanon and Allderdice. Weston is having a breakout season. In his last two starts, he has shut out Bethel Park and Mt. Lebanon. He fired a two-hitter against Mt. Lebanon. Weston has already committed to Michigan. The two have also been a hit at the plate - Rohaley bats cleanup and Weston bats fifth.
With a duo like that, it's no surprise Canon-McMillan is one of the top teams in Class 6A. The Big Macs (9-5) are a perfect 8-0 in Section 3 and have won eight of their last nine games.