Plum, Bethel Park remain undefeated in Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Softball League play

Tuesday, September 12, 2023 | 10:57 AM

Plum and Bethel Park are the only undefeated teams left after two weeks of the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Softball League season.

Plum swept Seneca Valley on Sunday, 16-1 and 19-4, to move to 4-0. The Mustangs have outscored their opponents 67-9.

Bethel Park is 3-0, scoring 35 runs and posting shutouts in all three games.

Hempfield (2-2) and Shaler (2-2) both tallied doubleheader sweeps on Sunday after getting swept themselves in Week 1.

North Allegheny (3-1) and Mt. Lebanon (3-1) lost for the first time in doubleheader splits with Montour and West Allegheny, respectively.

The Tigers and Blue Devils will match up this Sunday at Marshall Middle School.

Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Softball League


Wednesday, Sept. 6

Bethel Park 14, Baldwin 0

Sunday, Sept. 10

Mt. Lebanon 14, West Allegheny 11

West Allegheny 11, Mt. Lebanon 10

Plum 16, Seneca Valley 1

Plum 19, Seneca Valley 4

Hempfield 20, Baldwin 4

Hempfield 8, Baldwin 4

Bethel Park 10, Mt. Pleasant 0

Bethel Park 11, Mt. Pleasant 0

Shaler 12, North Hills 3

Shaler 20, North Hills 3

Montour 8, North Allegheny 4

North Allegheny 14, Montour 13


Plum, 4-0

North Allegheny, 3-1

Mt. Lebanon, 3-1

Bethel Park, 3-0

Hempfield, 2-2

Shaler, 2-2

Mt. Pleasant, 1-3

Seneca Valley, 1-3

Montour, 1-1

West Allegheny, 1-1

North Hills, 0-4

Baldwin, 0-3


Bethel Park vs. Shaler, noon and 2 p.m., Site TBA

Plum at Baldwin, 1 and 3 p.m., Baldwin Municipal Field

West Allegheny vs. Hempfield, 1 and 3 p.m., Site TBA

Mt. Lebanon at North Allegheny, 2 and 4 p.m., Marshall Middle School

Mt. Pleasant at Montour, 2 and 4 p.m., Montour High School

North Hills at Seneca Valley, 4 and 6 p.m., Graham Park

Michael Love is a TribLive reporter covering sports in the Alle-Kiski Valley and the eastern suburbs of Pittsburgh. A Clearfield native and a graduate of Westminster (Pa.), he joined the Trib in 2002 after spending five years at the Clearfield Progress. He can be reached at

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