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Alumni Update - David Laylock (Grove City)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

BETHANY, W.Va. -- The Grove City College baseball team improved to 14-2 in the Presidents' Athletic Conference by taking both ends ofLaylock GC a league doubleheader Tuesday afternoon at Bethany. Grove City (22-7) pulled out an 8-7 win in the opener and then prevailed 9-2 in Game Two at Bethany Park.


David Laylock a Pine-Richland graduate, homered, singled and drove in three runs to help pace Grove City's 12-hit attack.

 

(photo courtesy of Grove City College)

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Alumni Update - Cameron Unrath (Geneva)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Slippery Rock, Pa. –On Thursday, April 21 the Geneva men’s track and field team traveled to Slippery Rock University for the SlipperyUnrath Geneva Rock Open meet.


Three other President’s Athletic Conference (PAC) teams present: Westminster College, Grove City College, and Thiel College. Geneva came in third overall before competing at the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Track & Field Outdoor Championships.


Cam Unrath, a Pine-Richland graduate, competed in the 200 meter dash with his time of 22.79 seconds good enough for a seventh place finish.

 

(photo courtesy of Geneva College)

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Alumni Update - Connor White (Westminster)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

BOLIVAR, Pa. – The Westminster College men's golf team competed in the Doug Rogers Memorial, hosted by SaintWhite Westminster Vincent College, on Saturday.

 

The Titans carded a team score of 353 for ninth place.

 

Freshman Connor White, a Pine-Richland graduate, finished first for the Titans with an eighth-place tie of 78.

 

(photo courtesy of Westminster College)

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Baseball: Pine-Richland heating up

Written by Keith Barnes on .

After a few early season stumbles it appears that Pine-Richland has finally gotten itself on track and it ready to make a postseason push.

On Friday, the Rams finally closed the gap on North Hills as they handed the Indians their first Section 1 loss of the season with a decisive 6-0 victory at Herb Field in Ross Township. It was the third victory in a row and fifth in the last six games for Pine-Richland (10-3, 4-2), which took on Seneca Valley yesterday in another section matchup.

To get to this point, the Rams needed strong efforts from their top players, including Tim Laylock, Maxx Harpalani and Tyler Woodrow, but they will have to continue to come up big if they are to supplant the Indians down the stretch and win their first Class AAAA section title since 2014.

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Track: North Feature Athlete - Pine-Richland's Tessa Franchi

Written by Brittany Goncar on .

Name: Tessa Franchi
High School: Pine-Richland
Grade: 11
Sport: Track and Field
Event: 1,600

Background: Franchi ran a personal-record 5:16 to win the 1,600-meter run in Pine-Richland's Section 3-AAA tri-meet against Seneca Valley and Shaler on April 12. The junior ran a 5:18.88 at the WPIAL Class AAA North Section qualifier meet.