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District 10 baseball, softball playoff projections

Here are the latest District 10 baseball and softball playoff projections. These are based on the current standings and can change daily. Projections are completely unofficial and fans are welcome to comment with their own.

Class A
Kennedy Catholic (Region 1) vs. Iroquois (Region 4)
Cochranton (Region 3) vs. Rocky Grove (at-large)

Class AA
Sharpsville (Region 2) vs. Franklin (at-large)
Saegertown (Region 3) vs. Northwestern (at-large)
Titusville (Region 4) vs. Sharon (at-large)
Mercyhurst Prep (Region 5) vs. Wilmington (at-large)

Class AAA
Grove City (Region 6) vs. Strong Vincent (at-large)
Warren (at-large) vs. Slippery Rock (at-large)
Byes: Cathedral Prep (Region 8 ), Harbor Creek (Region 7)

Cathedral Prep vs. Warren-Slippery Rock winner
Harbor Creek vs. Grove City-Strong Vincent winner

Class AAAA
McDowell (Region 8 ) vs. Central Tech (at-large)

Class A
Reynolds (at-large) vs. Sharpsville (at-large)
Byes: West Middlesex (Region 1), Saegertown (Region 3), Iroquois (Region 5)

Saegertown vs. Reynolds-Sharpsville winner
West Middlesex vs. Iroquois

Class AA
Wilmington (Region 2) vs. North East (at-large)
Maplewood (Region 3) vs. Harbor Creek (at-large)
Fairview (Region 4) vs. Sharon (at-large)
Titusville (Region 5) vs. Mercer (at-large)

Class AAA
Corry (Region 6) vs. Warren (at-large)
Fort LeBoeuf (Region 7) vs. Hickory (at-large)

Class AAAA
McDowell (Region 7) vs. Strong Vincent (at-large)

–Tom Reisenweber

Posted in: Baseball, Softball

2 Responses to District 10 baseball, softball playoff projections

  1. Brad says:

    What determines whether the north or south receives three teams for the District 10 Class A softball playoffs?

  2. Tom Reisenweber says:

    The three region automatics get spots regardless of geography. After that, it comes down to the best at-large teams. At the time of the projections, I believe the two southern teams were the only ones over .500. These can change daily though.


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