Monday, April 14, 2008

Petras goes bonkers

Chartiers-Houston senior Andy Petras enjoyed the finest game of his varsity career Monday during a 14-1 victory over Chartiers-Houston in Section 2-A action.
Petras belted a grand slam, hit a three-run double, a two-run double and walked in a run for 10 RBI. Over his last two games, Petras is 7-for-8 with two home run, four doubles and 15 RBI.
That’s only his offensive stats.
Petras picked up the win as Chartiers-Houston improved to 5-0 in section and 6-2 overall. It’s his second win in as many games. Last time out, Petras pitched a no-hitter
"Andy kind of had a career game," Chartiers-Houston coach Dan Alderson said. "If he keeps hitting like that I’ll be a happy guy."
And the Bucs will be a force in the WPIAL Class A playoffs.
Fifteen RBI in two games! With a no-hitter!

The Varsity Letters is asking its baseball historians if they can recall the last time a WPIAL player reached double-digit RBI in a game.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

VERY IMPRESSIVE!!!

Anonymous said...

single A baseball is a absolute joke and chartiers plays on a little league field. not very impressive

Anonymous said...

Congrats to Andy Petras! Great accomplishment. As for the anonymous poster, it's easy to see that you're from CM. Anytime you guys have a decent team in any sport you people become very cocky and loud.
I didn't see you guys complaining about the fields dimensions when you were playing legion there last year!

Anonymous said...

Congrats to Petras. The kid is a good ball player and he deserved it.

But to the poster above, we didn't play on that field at all last year. Petras played for us and our home games are at McDowell in Canonsburg. And Chartiers Houston's field is a good size for 13-14 year olds.

Anonymous said...

Sorry if my post was unclear, us meant Houston Legion but we are composed of mainly Canonsburg kids.

Anonymous said...

Houston has never played on that field fool

Anonymous said...

Houston legion plays games at mcdowell which is canon mac's home field buddy. Petras is a good ball player there is no doubt about it. His numbers may not be as impressive if he was playing in AAAA, but you still have to give the kid his dues.

Brian said...

Congrats Petras... I remember seeing him play back in Pony and he was always a tough out. I never realized he was a stud on the hill too though...