Central Valley has already matched its section win total from a year ago of three. Now the mission for the Warriors is to finish strong over their final four games and improve on their 3-7 finish in Section 1-AAA last year. A 3-7 record was good enough for fifth place in the section last season, if the Warriors want to contend for the playoffs they will need at least five wins as they trail Blackhawk (5-1, 4-1), Ambridge (4-2, 4-2) and New Castle (4-2, 3-2) and are currently tied with Ellwood City (5-3, 3-3).
If Central Valley wants to hang with the elite of Section 1-AAA they will need more big games like the ones senior Jessica Koshinski and junior Hannah Daman came up with against Hopewell. In a five-inning shortened game, both Koshinski and Daman drove in five runs. Koshinski was 2 for 3 with two home runs while also pitching and striking out three. Daman drove in her five runs on three hits including one home run.