What to watch for in high school sports for March 25, 2022:
Thursday, March 24, 2022 | 9:45 PM
As the WPIAL winter sports season concludes with the PIAA basketball championships in Hershey this weekend, the curtain rises Friday on the start of play in spring sports.
Baseball, softball, track and field, and lacrosse will begin under less than ideal conditions, with temperatures forecast in the 40’s.
Not everybody will be bundled up to start the WPIAL baseball season.
Several schools raised money to head south and open play in Florida.
Half of the defending WPIAL softball champions are schedule to open up the season Friday.
Tags: Bethel Park, Bishop Canevin, Burgettstown, Canon-McMillan, Chartiers-Houston, Deer Lakes, Hopewell, Laurel, Mohawk, Mt. Pleasant, Penn-Trafford, South Allegheny, Union, Waynesburg, West Greene, West Mifflin
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