Seton-LaSalle's offense had been humming right along until the Rebels were limited to just one run in consecutive losses to against Steel Valley and Keystone Oaks.
It turns out that a pair of games against a quality foe was exactly what the Rebels needed to get out of their funk.
The Seton-LaSalle bats resurfaced in back-to-back wins against South Allegheny. The Rebels beat the Gladiators, 12-0, Apr. 18. The two met again last Friday, and this time the Rebels had their biggest offensive outburst of the season, throttling the Gladiators, 20-10.
Junior Liam Sweeney had a huge performance in the 20-10 victory, going 4-4 with three triples, one walk, five RBIs and five runs. Sweeney is batting .592 (16 of 27) on the season, putting him among the WPIAL leaders.