This week on Trib HSSN for week of June 10, 2024

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Sunday, June 9, 2024 | 6:07 PM


And then there were two. The final two broadcasts to wrap up the school year take place on the PIAA softball diamonds this week here on the TribLive High School Sports Network.

We thank all of our loyal supporters and high school sports fans in Southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond for another great school year filled with lasting athletic memories of which we were thrilled to be a part.

Courtesy of the Lawrence County Sports Network, we have a PIAA Class 2A semifinals matchup Monday and, no matter the outcome of that game, the 2024 PIAA 2A state softball championship game Friday.

Plus, the Rebel Yell podcast continues its focus on spring sports excellence in the postseason with the WPIAL baseball and softball Player and the softball Team of the Week podcasts, along with a recap of the district finals and a look at the semifinals of the baseball and softball brackets.

Monday, June 10

Rebel Yell Podcast Video and Audio Stream: WPIAL Baseball Player of the Week plus high school baseball updates on TribHSSN.TribLive.com

Rebel Yell Podcast Video and Audio Stream: WPIAL Softball Player of the Week plus high school softball updates on TribHSSN.TribLive.com

Rebel Yell Podcast Video and Audio Stream: WPIAL Softball Team of the Week along with high school softball updates on TribHSSN.TribLive.com

PIAA Softball Playoffs Audio Stream — Class 2A semifinals: Laurel vs. Neshannock at 4 p.m. on Lawrence County Sports Net at TribHSSN.TribLive.com

Friday, June 14

PIAA Softball Playoffs Audio Stream — Class 2A championship game: Laurel/Neshannock winner vs. Bald Eagle/South Williamsport winner at 11 a.m. on Lawrence County Sports Net at TribHSSN.TribLive.com

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