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District 6 Baseball   Curt Vasas - Chairman

 

 

Ticket Ordering Info

 

 

PIAA State Brackets  1A    2A    3A    4A   5A   6A

 

Tyrone Wins PIAA 3A Title! Congratulations, Golden Eagles.

 

 

 

Central Mountain's Kaden Falls on second after a bases-loaded double to give the Wildcats a 3-2 win
over North Allegheny. Aidan Major pitched a one-hitter.. Chase Brush got the final out. (photo Butch Miller)
(Compliments TheRecord-online.com)

 

 

Tyrone in PIAA Playoffs- Tyrone 6,  Bedford  4   (photo by Terry McCaulley)

 

 

Results-

 

6/7/21

Tyrone 6,  Bedford  4

Central Mountain 12, Peters Twp 0
West Allegheny 6, Franklin Regional 4

 

 

 

 

District 6 Baseball Play-Off Brackets 7/2/2021

 

 



5A  Central Mountain 10, Hollidaysburg 0 (5 Inn)
6A  Mifflin County 4, State College 3
4A  Bellefonte 12,   Penn Cambria 3     4A
2A  Southern Huntingdon 3,  Mount Union  2

1A  Juniata Valley 5  Moshannon Valley 4
3A Tyrone Central  11, Tyrone 5  (5 Inn)

 

 

May 27, 2021

Central Mountain 9, DuBois 0

 

 

May 25, 2021

Mount Union 10, Marion Center 0
State College 8, Altoona 5

 

 

 

May 20, 2021

 

3A

Central 15  Bellwood Antis 0  4 inn.

Forest Hills 2  Bald Eagle 0

Tyrone 5  Philipsburg Osceola 2

Richland 7  Central Cambria 0

2A

Portage 4  Northern Cambria 3  8 inn.

Marion Center 6  Claysburg Kimmel 5

Southern Huntingdon 7  United 0

1 A

Saltsburg 8  Pennsboro Manor 7 8 inn.

Juniata Valley 5  Saint Joseph 2

Moshannon Valley 12  Conemaugh Valley 0

 

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District VI Baseball Seedings  District VI Baseball Seedings
2021 Season - Class 1A  2021 Season - Class 2A
              
Seed  Team D6 Points W L  Percentage   Seed  Team D6 Points W L Percentage
              
1  Saltsburg 4.56 13 3                0.813   1  Portage 4.55 16 4              0.800
2  Bishop McCort 4.11 11 7                0.611   2  Marion Center 4.50 13 3               0.813
3  Juniata Valley 3.88 12 5               0.706   3  Bishop Guilfoyle 4.35 11 6              0.647
4  Moshannon Valley 2.71 7 7               0.500   4  United 4.30 16 4              0.800
5  Conemaugh Valley 2.67 6 6               0.500   5  Southern Huntingdon 4.22 14 4              0.778
6  Saint Joseph's 2.07 5 9               0.357   6  Mount Union 4.22 13 5              0.722
7  Blacklick Valley 2.00 7 11               0.389   7  Claysburg-Kimmel 3.53 11 6              0.647
8  Penns Manor 1.56 5 11                0.313   8  Northern Cambria 2.53 8 9               0.471
              
              
              
              
District VI Baseball Seedings  District VI Baseball Seedings
2021 Season - Class 3A  2021 Season - Class 4A
              
Seed  Team D6 Points W L  Percentage   Seed  Team D6 Points W L Percentage
              
1  Central  6.42 17 2               0.895   1  Bellefonte 4.81 10 6              0.625
2  Tyrone 6.32 16 3               0.842   2  Penn Cambria 2.71 7 10               0.412
3  Richland 5.89 17 2               0.895   3  DNE    
4  Forest Hills 5.74 16 3               0.842   4  DNE    
5  Bald Eagle 5.22 13 5               0.722         
6  Central Cambria 4.24 11 6               0.647         
7  Philipsburg-Osceola 3.75 8 8               0.500         
8  Bellwood-Antis 3.47 11 6               0.647         
               
               
               
               
District VI Baseball Seedings  District VI Baseball Seedings
2021 Season - Class 5A  2021 Season - Class 6A
               
Seed  Team D6 Points W L Percentage  Seed  Team D6 Points W L Percentage
               
1  Central Mountain 6.35 13 4               0.765   1  Mifflin County 4.54 6 7              0.462
2  Hollidaysburg 4.79 8 6                0.571   2  State College 3.13 5 11               0.313
3  Brashear 4.25 7 5               0.583   3  Altoona 3.00 5 10              0.333
4  DuBois 4.00 9 8               0.529         

                          

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Red Land can't overcome slow start, missed opportunities late in PIAA 5-A title-game loss

Red Land's Benny Montgomery hugs teammate Brady Ebbert (9) after the Patriots fell 4-2 against Bethel Park in the PIAA Class 5-A state title game at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in State College Thursday, June 17, 2021. Bill Kalina photo

UNIVERSITY PARK — Down by two runs, Red Land put the tying run on second base with no outs in both the sixth and seventh innings.

In each frame, the Patriots needed just one clutch swing to tie the game.

Instead, the Patriots stranded two players in each of the final two innings and it resulted in a 4-2 loss to Bethel Park in the PIAA Class 5-A baseball championship game on Tuesday.

“It’s a heck of a year,” Red Land head coach Nate Ebbert said. “I mean, we played a good game, they just simply played better today and we got beat by a good team, a good pitcher, and it stinks coming this far with the expectations, but these guys played a heck of a season. We battled right to the end and just didn’t get the breaks that we needed.”

Red Land's Benny Montgomery is picked off at first with Bethel Park's Zachary Sackett making the tag in the PIAA Class 5-A state title game at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in State College Thursday, June 17, 2021. Bill Kalina photo

District 3 champion Red Land (25-5) found itself trying to dig out of an early hole the entire game, which was played at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park on Penn State's main campus. 

One start after he threw a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts in the quarterfinals against Archbishop Wood, junior pitcher Kaden Peifer didn’t make it one inning before a batter reached base.

Two errors by Patriots' infielders didn’t help, but District 7 runner-up Bethel Park (22-4) took a 3-0 lead after the first inning and didn’t need any more offense with their dominant starting pitcher on the mound.

Senior Eric Chalus entered the championship with a 10-0 record and 0.85 ERA and didn’t disappoint on the big stage. The Kent State commit went six innings and had six strikeouts. He struck out the final two batters he faced and stopped Red Land star senior Benny Montgomery from coming to the plate with a chance to tie the game in the sixth inning.

Red Land hurler Kaden Peifer throw to a Bethel Park hitter in the PIAA Class 5-A state title game at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in State College Thursday, June 17, 2021. Bill Kalina photo

“These kids gave me all they had all year and they've played some great games,” Ebbert said. "I mean, you can't knock them for anything. They battled, they gave it their all and unfortunately it just wasn't enough today.”

Montgomery went 1 for 3 with one stolen base, one run scored and was hit by a pitch. The projected first-round pick in the upcoming Major League Baseball Draft and his fellow seniors — Cole Wagner, Ethan Phillips and Braden Kolmansberger — graduate after a successful high school run that included a 2019 5-A state crown. Wagner, Phillips, Kolmansberger and Peifer were also part of the 2015 Red Land team which won the Little League World Series U.S. Championship before losing to Japan in the final.

Still, despite the graduation losses, Ebbert doesn’t anticipate a decline by the Patriots next season.

“Hopefully it's not over, but it ends a heck of a run for these guys,” Ebbert said. “They've won a lot of things and I thought we're gonna win it again today. I still had that feeling we were gonna pull another one out, but give credit to those guys over there. They played a heck of a game and made the plays and pitches they needed to.”

Red Land's Benny Montgomery gestures after scoring a run in the fifth inning against Bethel Park in the PIAA Class 5-A state title game at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in State College Thursday, June 17, 2021. Bill Kalina photo

Wagner had two doubles with an RBI, while Phillips was 3 for 4 and drove in one run as well. After the tough start, Peifer pitched well, going the distance and allowing two earned runs.

Bethel Park’s Cody Geddes closed out the victory on the mound in the seventh and tripled at the plate with two RBIs and scored a run.

Although the season ended differently than they dreamed, Ebbert was proud of his players. The coaching staff hugged the Patriots harder than usual after the game, as the realization set in that they had played their last game for Red Land, but Ebbert said it won't be the last time they pick up a bat in the years to come.

Bethel Park's David Kesslers reaches for the throw as Red Land's Benny Montgomery steals second in the fifth inning against in the PIAA Class 5-A state title game at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in State College Thursday, June 17, 2021. Bill Kalina photo

“They're like my kids, man. I've known them since they were little kids and it's tough saying goodbye to them,” Ebbert said. “I know we'll see them around. I know they're gonna play a lot more baseball.”

Bethel Park earned its second-ever state baseball title after winning its first crown in 1988. Red Land was searching for its third PIAA baseball crown after winning in 2019 and 1990.

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PIAA baseball: Schedule, results from each round of the state championships

The PIAA baseball tournaments get underway Monday across the state. 

Check back for results after each round.

Class 6A

First round

Monday, June 7

(1-1) Neshaminy 7, (11-2) Parkland 5

(1-3) North Penn 3, (2-1) Hazleton 1

(11-1) Emmaus 2, (3-2) Governor Mifflin 1

(12-1) La Salle College 14, (1-4) Hatboro-Horsham 1

(1-5) Spring-Ford 6, (3-1) Wilson 1

(7-2) Hempfield Area 7, (10-1) McDowell 2

(12-2) Central  3, (1-2) Boyertown 2

(7-1) North Allegheny 13, (3-3) Warwick 4

Quarterfinals

Thursday, June 10

North Penn's RJ Agriss bats during the PIAA Class 6A quarterfinal against Neshaminy on Thursday, June 10th, 2021. North Penn advances to the state semifinals after a 12-0 shut out victory. [LIZ DIRETTO / PHOTOJOURNALIST]

(1-3) North Penn 9, (1-1) Neshaminy 0 

(7-1) North Allegheny 8, (12-2) Central 1

(12-1) La Salle College 21, (11-1) Emmaus 8

(1-5) Spring-Ford 10, (7-2) Hempfield Area 1

Semifinals

Monday, June 14

(12-1) La Salle College 2, (1-3) North Penn 0

(7-1) North Allegheny 3, (1-5) Spring-Ford 1

Championship Game

Friday, June 18

Junior Jephson Hadson-Taylor starts running after hitting the ball at Penn State's Medlar Field at Lubrano Park on Friday, June 18. LaSalle College Explorers defeated North Allegheny Tigers 2-1.

(12-1) La Salle 2, (7-1) North Allegheny 1

2021 PIAA Class 6A Baseball Champions: La Salle College Explorers

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Class 5A

First round

Monday, June 7

(3-5) Manheim Central 5, (1-1) Strath Haven 2

(2-1) Abington Heights 12, (3-3) Cocalico 5

(12-1) Archbishop Wood 4, (1-2) Oxford 0

(3-1) Red Land 6, (1-3) Marple Newtown 3

(11-1) Southern Lehigh 11, (3-4) Muhlenberg 4

(7-2) Bethel Park 5, (3-2) Northern York 1

(7-4) West Allegheny 6, (7-1) Franklin Regional 4

(6-1) Central Mountain 12, (7-3) Peters Township 0

Quarterfinals

Thursday, June 10

(6-1) Central Mountain 3, (7-4) West Allegheny 2 

3-1) Red Land 5, (12-1) Archbishop Wood 0

(7-2) Bethel Park 7, (11-1) Southern Lehigh 2

(3-5) Manheim Central 8, (2-1) Abington Heights 1 

Semifinals

Monday, June 14

(3-1) Red Land 8, (3-5) Manheim Central 0

(7-2) Bethel Park 1, (6-1) Central Mountain 0 (9 innings)

Championship Game

Thursday, June 17

(7-2) Bethel Park 4, (3-1) Red Land 2

2021 PIAA Class 5A Baseball Champions: Bethel Park Black Hawks

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Class 4A

(3-1) Elco 15, (12-2) Science Leadership 0

(2-1) Wyoming Area 5, (4-1) Midd-West  0

(12-1) Bonner-Prendergast 7, (3-2) Wyomissing 1

(1-1) Holy Ghost Prep 5, (11-1) Bethlehem Catholic 3 

(3-3) Eastern York 14, (6-1) Bellefonte 1 

(7-1) New Castle 14, (10-2) Harbor Creek 3

(7-2) Montour 6, (9-1) Clearfield  1

(10-1) Cathedral Prep 2, (7-3) Blackhawk 0

Quarterfinals

Thursday, June 10

(12-1) Bonner-Prendergast 9, (1-1) Holy Ghost Prep 7

(2-1) Wyoming Area 6, (3-1) ELCO 4

(7-1) New Castle 4, (3-3) Eastern York 1

(7-2) Montour 5, (10-1) Cathedral Prep 0 

Semifinals

Monday, June 14

(2-1) Wyoming Area 5, (12-1) Bonner-Prendergast 4

(7-1) New Castle 3, (7-2) Montour 1

Championship Game

Friday, June 18

(7-1) New Castle 7, (2-1) Wyoming Area 3

2021 PIAA Class 4A Baseball Champions: New Castle Hurricanes

Class 3A

(3-1) Oley Valley 9, (12-2) String Theory 3

 (2-2) Scranton Prep 11, (11-1) Palisades 3

(3-2) Trinity 5, (12-1) Neumann-Goretti 4

(2-1) Lake Lehman 13, (4-1) Loyalsock Township 12

(7-1) Hopewell 1, (10-2) Mercyhurst Prep 0

(6-2) Tyrone 6, (5-1) Bedford 4

(6-1) Central  12, (7-2) South Park 8

(10-1) Hickory 4, (7-3) McGuffey 2

Quarterfinals

Thursday, June 10

(3-1) Oley Valley 8, (2-2) Scranton Prep 6

(2-1) Lake Lehman 2, (3-2) Trinity 0

(6-2) Tyrone 8, (7-1) Hopewell 1

(6-1) Central 9, (10-1) Hickory 4

Semifinals

Monday, June 14

(3-1) Oley Valley 2, (2-1) Lake Lehman 1

(6-2) Tyrone 4, (6-1) Central 2

Championship Game

Thursday, June 17

(6-2) Tyrone 5, (3-1) Oley Valley 0

2021 PIAA Class 3A Baseball Champions: Tyrone Area Golden Eagles

Class 2A

(3-1) Camp Hill 4, (1-1) Dock Mennonite 1

(11-1) Schuylkill Haven 15, (12-1) Masterman 0

(2-1) Riverside 7, (4-1) Sayre 1

(5-1) McConnellsburg 9, (3-2) Newport 3

(7-1) Shenango 7, (6-2) Mt. Union 3

(9-1) Johnsonburg 8, (7-4) Carmichaels 3

(7-3) Serra Catholic 13, (6-1) Southern Huntingdon 11 (8 innings)

(7-2) Seton LaSalle 2, (10-1) Sharpsville 1

Quarterfinals

Thursday, June 10

(11-1) Schuylkill Haven 10, (3-1) Camp Hill 2 

(2-1) Riverside 1, (5-1) McConnellsburg 0

(7-1) Shenango 2, (9-1) Johnsonburg 1 (8 innings)

(7-3) Serra Catholic 4, (7-2) Seton Lasalle 1

Semifinals

Monday, June 14

(11-1) Schuylkill Haven 8, (2-1) Riverside 7

(7-1) Shenango 5, (7-3) Serra Catholic 0

Championship Game

Friday, June 18

(11-1) Schuylkill Haven 8, (7-1) Shenango 7

2021 PIAA Class 2A Baseball Champions: Schuylkill Haven Hurricanes

Class 1A

(3-2) Halifax 12, (1-1) Delco Christian 1

(11-1) Tri-Valley 3, (4-1) St. John Neumann 2

(2-1) MMI Prep 7, (3-1) Greenwood 3

(6-1) Juniata Valley 9, (5-2) Northern Bedford 6

(7-1) Union 3, (9-2) Elk County Catholic 2 (8 innings)

(5-1) Southern Fulton 12, (6-2) Moshannon Valley 2

(10-1) Kennedy Catholic 6, (7-2) Riverview1

(7-3) Eden Christian 8, (9-1) DuBois Central Catholic 7

Quarterfinals

Thursday, June 10

(7-3) Eden Christian 12, (10-1) Kennedy Catholic 5 

(6-1) Juniata Valley 6, (2-1) MMI Prep 2 

(3-2) Halifax 2, (11-1) Tri Valley 1

(5-1) Southern Fulton 7, (7-1) Union 4

Semifinals

Monday, June 14

(7-3) Eden Christian 8, (5-1) Southern Fulton 3

(3-2) Halifax 4, (6-1) Juniata Valley 3

Championship Game

Thursday, June 17

(3-2) Halifax 9, (7-3) Eden Christian 1

2021 PIAA Class 1A Baseball Champions: Halifax Wildcats

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2012 PIAA District 6 AAA Baseball Championship // Somerset vs Hollidaysburg

It’s PIAA championship week in baseball and 6 programs will earn best in show honors on Fridy and Saturday at Medlar Field on the campus of Penn State University. Below is an updated glance at the 2021 PIAA Baseball tournament brackets with championship dates and times. Teams are listed with district and seed.

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2021 PIAA BASEBALL TOURNAMENT

Class 6A

Quarterfinals

North Penn 9, Neshaminy 0

La Salle College HS 21, Emmaus 8

Spring-Ford 10, Hempfield Area 1

North Allegheny 8, Central 1

Semifinals

La Salle College HS 2, North Penn 0

North Allegheny 3, Spring-Ford 1

Friday, June 18

Championship

La Salle College HS (12-1) vs. North Allegheny (7-1, Medlar Field, Penn State Univ., 4:30

Class 5A

Quarterfinals

Manheim Central 8, Abington Heights 1

Red Land 5, Archbishop Wood 0

Bethel Park 7, Southern Lehigh 2

Central Mountain 3, West Allegheny 2

Semifinals

Red Land 8, Manheim Central 0

Bethel Park 1, Central Mountain 0 (9 inn.)

Thursday, June 17

Championship

Red Land (3-1) vs. Bethel Park (7-2), Medlar Field, Penn State Univ., 4:30

Class 4A

Quarterfinals

Wyoming Area 6, ELCO 4

Bonner-Prendergast 9, Holy Ghost Prep 7

New Castle 4, Eastern York 1

Montour 5, Cathedral Prep 0

Semifinals

Wyoming Area 5, Bonner-Prendergast 4

New Castle 3, Montour 1

Friday, June 18

Championship

Wyoming Area (2-1) vs. New Castle (7-1), Medlar Field, Penn State Univ., 1:30

Class 3A

Quarterfinals

Oley Valley 8, Scranton Prep 6

Lake-Lehman 2, Trinity 0

Tyrone 8, Hopewell 1

Central 9, Hickory 4

Semifinals

Oley Valley 2, Lake-Lehman 1

Tyrone 4, Central 2

Thursday, June 17

Championship

Oley Valley (3-1) vs. Tyrone (6-2), Medlar Field, Penn State Univ., 1:30

Class 2A

Quarterfinals

Schuylkill Haven 10, Camp Hill 2

Riverside 1, McConnellsburg 0

Shenango 2, Johnsonburg 1 (8 inn.)

Serra Catholic 4, Seton-LaSalle 1

Semifinals

Schuylkill Haven 8, Riverside 7

Shenango 5, Serra Catholic 0

Friday, June 18

Championship

Schuylkill Haven (11-1) vs. Shenango (7-1), Medlar Field, Penn State Univ., 10:30 a.m.

Class 1A

Quarterfinals

Halifax 2, Tri-Valley 1

Juniata Valley 6, MMI Prep 2

Southern Fulton 7, Union 4

Eden Christian 12, Kennedy Catholic 5

Semifinals

Halifax (3-2) vs. Juniata Valley (6-1), Bald Eagle Area HS, ppd. to Tuesday, 1

Eden Christian 8, Southern Fulton 3

Thursday, June 17

Championship

Halifax-Juniata Valley winner vs. Eden Christian (7-3), Medlar Field, Penn State Univ., 10:30 a.m.

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