High School Girls
Meyersdale 49, Salisbury-Elk Lick 16: In Salisbury, Meyersdale’s Katie Bolden scored a game-high nine points in a win against Salisbury-Elk Lick.
The Red Raiders’ Erika Richey tallied eight points in the road victory.
The Elks’ Kylee Short led the team with seven points in the loss.
High School Boys
Meyersdale 66, Salisbury-Elk Lick 44: In Salisbury, three Red Raiders scored in double figures led by Connor Christner with 22 in a WestPAC South road win.
Nick Cerreta added 14 points and Riley Christner contributed 12.
Nathan Bodes had 17 points for the Elks, who also got 13 rebounds from Diori Pattison.
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Pirates rally to keep sweep
Taking the extra base was the key for the Pittsburgh Pirates in completing a three-game sweep of the Colorado Rockies.
Andrew McCutchen hit a tiebreaking single in the seventh inning, Neil Walker followed with a home run and the Pirates overcame a three-run deficit to beat the Rockies 5-3 Sunday.
AAABA League playoffs: Laurel Auto Group moves closer to advancing
Second-seeded Laurel Auto Group fell behind early against No. 3 Berkley Hills Renegades on Sunday afternoon at Roxbury Park. But Laurel’s players didn’t lose their composure.
Urtz, Pope lead AAABA League award votes
Logan Urtz hadn’t fielded a ground ball as an infielder or swung a bat in a game for a couple seasons.
But you can’t take the former infielder out of a starting pitcher.
Bell planning to do better
Le’Veon Bell kept watching the tape over and over, equal parts pleased and puzzled by what he saw.
There were times during his rookie season when the Pittsburgh Steelers running back would place his hand on an offensive lineman’s back and wait patiently for the hole to open.
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