WPIAL softball rankings, week ending April 21, 2024

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Saturday, April 20, 2024 | 7:28 PM


Class 6A

Rank, Team, W-L, Last

1. Seneca Valley, 11-0, 1

2. Hempfield, 8-1, 2

3. Pine-Richland, 6-5, 4

4. North Allegheny, 5-3, 3

5. Norwin, 6-6, NR

Out: Canon-McMillan (3-4, 5)

Class 5A

Rank, Team, W-L, Last

1. Shaler, 9-0, 1

2. West Allegheny, 13-1, 2

3. Armstrong, 9-1, 4

4. North Hills, 8-2, NR

5. Trinity, 8-3, 5

Out: Penn-Trafford (6-4, 3)

Class 4A

Rank, Team, W-L, Last

1. Elizabeth Forward, 9-0, 1

2. Hampton, 7-1, 3

3. Chartiers Valley, 6-2, 2

4. Indiana, 8-3, NR

5. Knoch, 5-2, 5

Out: Belle Vernon (10-3, 4)

Class 3A

Rank, Team, W-L, Last

1. Mohawk, 9-1, 2

2. Ligonier Valley, 7-1, NR

3. Southmoreland, 9-2, 1

4. Yough, 7-1, 4

5. Avonworth, 5-3, 5

Out: Deer Lakes (7-4, 3)

Class 2A

Rank, Team, W-L, Last

1. Neshannock, 8-0, 1

2. Serra Catholic, 6-1, 2

3. Bentworth, 8-2, 5

4. Laurel, 6-4, 3

5. OLSH, 7-3, 4

Out: none

Class A

Rank, Team, W-L, Last

1. Union, 10-1, 1

2. Chartiers-Houston, 5-1, 3

3. Frazier, 5-0, 4

4. Carmichaels, 6-2, 2

5. Jeannette, 6-0, 5

Out: none

Chris Harlan is a TribLive reporter covering sports. He joined the Trib in 2009 after seven years as a reporter at the Beaver County Times. He can be reached at charlan@triblive.com.

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