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Alumni Update - Aubrey Baehr (Bethany)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Aubrey Baehr hit .417 (10-of-24) with four doubles, a home run, seven RBIs and six runs scored for Bethany last weekBaehr Bethany to wrap up its run at the PFX Spring Games in Clermont, Fla.

 

She had a two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the seventh inning of last Thursday’s 9-8 come-from-behind, extra innings win over Salve Regina.


The Seneca Valley graduate earned PAC Hitter of the Week.

 

(photo courtesy of Bethany College)

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Alumni Update - Carson Kessler (Slippery Rock)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

BEL AIR, Md. – The Slippery Rock University baseball team split a doubleheader against Kutztown University SundayKessler SRU afternoon at the Hartford Sports Complex in Bel Air, Maryland.

Slippery Rock won game one, 9-7, before dropping the nightcap to the Golden Bears in extra innings, 5-1. SRU exits the second weekend of its 2017 season with an overall record of 3-4.

Carson Kessler, a Seneca Valley graduate, had two hits, one home run and three RBI over the doubleheader.

 

(photo courtesy of Slippery Rock University)

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Alumni Update - Charlotte Cunningham (Seton Hill)

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MILLERSVILLE, Pa. - Senior attacker Charlotte Cunningham had two goals and two assists, but it wasCunningham SHU Millersville University holding off the visiting Griffins for an 11-9 victory in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference women's lacrosse action on Sunday.

Cunningham, a Seneca Valley graduate, scored the first goal of the game to give the Griffins a 1-0 lead.

 

(photo courtesy of Seton Hill University)

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Alumni Update - Mikayla Psenick (Chatham)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Women's and Men's Track and Field team competed at the PAC Indoor TrackPsenick Chatham & Field Championships.

The meet was held at the Watson and Tressel Training Site at Youngstown State University.


Mikayla Psenick, a Seneca Valley graduate, ran the 800 meter run in a school record time of 2:36.27.

 

(photo courtesy Chatham University)

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Hockey: Seneca Valley aiming for a postseason home game

Written by Keith Barnes on .

After a terrific start, Seneca Valley has fallen back to the Class 3A pack a bit in recent weeks.

All that aside, the Raiders can still make a move and perhaps earn a postseason home game depending on what they do tonight against Bethel Park in their regular-season finale and what Canon-McMillan does against Butler.

With a victory, Seneca Valley (10-8-1) would jump ahead of Peters Township and into a third-place tie with Cathedral Prep. Canon-McMillan (10-8-1) can do the same with a win over eighth-place Butler this evening.

In the event of a three-way tie, the three teams all split with each other which would take the tiebreaker to goal differential in their respective games against each other. With that, Canon-McMillan and Cathedral Prep are both plus-1 and Seneca Valley a minus-2 so the Raiders would drop out.