Friday, May 20, 2022


MLB National League

NY Mets 7, St. Louis 6

San Diego 2, Philadelphia 0

Arizona 3, Chicago 1

MLB Interleague

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

Cincinnati 4, Cleveland 2

MLB American League

Baltimore 9, NY Yankees 6

Chicago 7, Kansas City 4

Boston 12, Seattle 6

Houston 5, Texas 1

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

Tampa Bay 2, Florida 1

St. Louis 4, Colorado 1

Sports News

Softball/Baseball Playoffs–Thursday

In two regular season softball match-ups, Trinity handled Chartiers Valley, 11-4 & 14-5. Thursday, the Hillers committed five infield errors on the way to a season-ending loss to the Colts. Madison Argo and Alyssa Rager homered for Trinity. Deer Lakes eliminated Waynesburg. The Jeff-Morgan / Union game was postponed to Friday at Montour.

On the baseball diamonds, 2A #6 Burgettstown knocked off #3 Shenango to reach the WPIAL semifinals for the first time in 40 years. 5A top seed Peters Township got a walk-off single from winning pitcher Wes Parker to advance to Monday’s semifinals. Carmichaels (2A) and West Greene (1A) were both eliminated.

Links for brackets & broadcasts plus the daily schedule for teams from the two-county area follow.

Baseball WPIAL Brackets — Click Here  —  Softball WPIAL Brackets — Click Here

Thursday–Softball Quarterfinals
5A Chartiers Valley 6, Trinity 5
3A Deer Lakes 3, Waynesburg 2
1A West Greene 7, Mapletown 0
1A #7 Jeff-Morgan vs. #2 Union, PPD to 5 pm at Montour

Thursday–Baseball Quarterfinals
5A Peters Township 6, Penn-Trafford 5
2A Burgettstown 6, Shenango 1
2A Riverside 3, Carmichaels 2
1A OL/Sacred Heart 6, West Greene 0

Monday–Softball Quarterfinals (sites/times to be determined)
2A #4 Chartiers-Houston vs. #5 Laurel, 4 pm at Sewickley Academy
2A #14 Bentworth vs. #6 OL/Sacred Heart, 5 pm at West Mifflin
2A #8 Charleroi vs. #1 Neshannock, 5 pm at Mars Area

Monday–Baseball Semifinals (sites/times to be determined)
5A #1 Peters Township vs. #12 Thomas Jefferson
2A #6 Burgettstown vs. #2 Seton-La Salle / #7 Neshannock winner



Pitt’s Jordan Addison Transferring To USC

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Pitt All-American receiver Jordan Addison is transferring to Southern California. Addison was named the top receiver in college football and announced his decision Thursday on social media. It ends several weeks of speculation on where the winner of last season’s Biletnikoff Award would go. Addison entered the transfer portal before the May 1 deadline and visited Texas and USC before choosing the Trojans. Addison has a close relationship with new USC quarterback Caleb Williams, who transferred from Oklahoma. Addison had 100 receptions for 1,593 yards and 17 touchdowns with Pitt last season.

NHL; Bolts Win Late; Blues Knot Series

UNDATED (AP) – The Tampa Bay Lightning needed almost all of regulation to win on Thursday.  Ross Colton scored with just 3.8 seconds left in regulation, giving the Lightning a 2-1 victory and a two-games-to-none lead in their second-round series with the Panthers. Tampa Bay had just killed off a penalty to Steven Stamkos when Colton scored right in front of Sergei Bobrovsky. The penalty kill also left Florida 0-for-25 on the power play this postseason.  The Bolts scored on their first power play chance as Corey Perry deflected a shot past Bobrovsky 12:06 into the game. It remained 1-0 until Eetu Luostarinen beat Andrei Vasilevskiy  with 1:53 remaining in the second period. Game 3 is Saturday in Tampa.    Meanwhile, The Blues have knotted their second-round series at a game apiece as David Perron scored twice, including the game-winner in a 4-1 victory at Colorado.  Perron’s power-play goal put St. Louis ahead, 2-0 with 34 seconds remaining in the second period. He also delivered the insurance goal midway through the third period after Gabriel Landeskog netted a power-play goal to draw the Avalanche within 2-1.  Jordan Kyrou also scored on Darcy Kuemper, Brandon Saad added an empty-netter and Pavel Buchnevich had two assists for St. Louis. Kuemper turned back 28 shots.  Jordan Binnington made 30 saves for the Blues, who host Game 3 on Saturday.

McIlroy Leads In Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. (AP) – Rory McIlroy blasted his driver over trees and into fairways, setting up some of his seven birdies that carried him to a 5-under 65 and a one-stroke lead through one round of the PGA Championship at Southern Hills in Tulsa.  This was McIlroy’s lowest start to par since a 5-under 66 when he won the PGA at Valhalla in 2014, the last of his four majors.  Will Zalatoris and Tom Hoge are at 4 under, one shot ahead of Matt Kuchar, Justin Thomas and Abraham Ancer.  Tiger Woods struggled with his irons while carding a 4-over 74.

On The Air

HEREFriday, May 20 12:00pm
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1:20pm College Baseball  AM 1450

NCAA Regional: #2 Wash/Jeff vs. #3 Lebanon Valley

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6:10pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates vs. St. Louis Cardinals

HERESaturday, May 21 12:00pm
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11:50am College Baseball  AM 1450

NCAA Regional: #2 Wash/Jeff vs. #1 Rowan/#4 Mitchell

HERESaturday, May 21 12:00pm

6:10pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates vs. St. Louis Cardinals

HERESunday, May 22 12:00pm
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12:00pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates vs. St. Louis Cardinals

HEREMonday, May 23 12:00pm
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6:10pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates vs. Colorado Rockies

HERETuesday, May 24 12:00pm
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6:10pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates vs. Colorado Rockies

HEREWednesday, May 25 12:00pm
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12:10pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates vs. Colorado Rockies

HEREFriday, May 27 12:00pm
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9:15pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates at San Diego Padres

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9:45pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates at San Diego Padres

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