3 things to know for April 14: Track Splits, Baseball Loses, Today’s Schedule


1. Track and Field Splits

The track and field teams split with Deer Lakes yesterday as the boys lost a hard-fought meet 91 to 46, and the girls improved to 2-0 winning 79 to 61.

First place boy finishers included Blake Revoir in the 110 meter hurdles, Charlie Banks in the 2 mile, Carson Chamberlain in the shot put and discus, and Troy Clark in the triple jump.

First place girl finishers included the 4 by 800 team of Sydney Williams, Emma Huber, Mikah Horwat, and Jane Huss, Huss in the mile and 2 mile, Williams in the 400 meter, 4 by 400 team of Williams, Huber, Charity Peterman, and Huss, Sara Bungard in the shot put, Mara Lewis in the discus, Sophia Mazzoni in the javelin, and Regan Repak in the high jump.

Next meet is a double dual against Leechburg and Apollo Ridge next Wednesday.

2. Baseball Falls

In baseball action Mount Pleasant took advantage of eight errors and several mental mistakes en route to an easy 13-3 win invoking the mercy rule after five innings. Nate Papuga took the loss on the mound.   The Trojans, now (4-2) overall and (3-1) in section play will have some time to regroup during the Easter break before they host section foe Ligonier Valley on Tuesday at Grandview Field. Gametime is 4:00.

3. Early Dismissal Schedule


Corn Dog, Super Sode Salad with Easter Egg, Tater Tots, Fruit, and Milk


It’s been 12 years since we went to Fenway.

— NHL commission Gary Bettman

The Pittsburgh Penguins will play the Boston Bruins in the 2023 NHL Winter Classic at Fenway Park, the home of Major League Baseball’s Boston Red Sox, on January 2, 2023.


In the year ending in March, food prices rose 8.8% — the biggest 12-month increase since 1981, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced this week. As for the types of foods that have become notably more expensive, flour jumped 14.2%, milk rose 13.3%, eggs went up 11.2% and fruits and vegetables went up 8.5%. Bacon increased 18.2% and butter went up 6%.