Luke Chutko might not look the part of the supreme athlete. He is only 5 feet 9 and has a little extra cushion in the midsection. But at North Hills, Chutko has the look of a one-of-a-kind athlete. Chutko is the first in North Hills history to start on playoff teams in either football/soccer in the fall, basketball in the winter and baseball in the spring. North Hills opened in 1959. Chutko, a junior, was a defender in soccer, a guard in basketball and a catcher in baseball.
By Mike White / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Canon-McMillan was like a “closer” in the regular season, winning seven of its final eight games after starting the season 5-6. North Hills started fast and then leaked oil near the end, losing six of nine after starting the year 10-1. A new season started Monday in the WPIAL playoffs, but Canon-McMillan and North Hills took on the same identities. North Hills started great, stumbled late and Canon-McMillan came charging through for a 7
The North Hills Indians Varsity saw victory slip away on Monday when a four-run sixth inning lead disappeared after a furious charge from Canon Mac, who ended up with a 7-6 win. Luke Chutko racked up three RBIs on two hits for the North Hills Indians Varsity. He singled in the second inning and doubled in the fifth inning. Weston got the win in relief for Canon Mac. Weston pitched 2 2/3 innings and allowed no runs. Mike Serpa was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just two-
The North Hills Indians Varsity and Vincentian Academy traded the lead six times on Saturday, but the North Hills Indians Varsity ended up on top with a 4-3 win in eight innings over Vincentian Academy . The North Hills Indians Varsity finally managed to grab the lead after a strong eighth inning. A walk by Andrew Toplak scored Nick Leise and gave the North Hills Indians Varsity the lead for good. The North Hills Indians Varsity were led by a flawless day at the dish by Luke
The North Hills Indians JV fell 7-0 to Moon Area at Moon High School on Friday. Moon Area added two more runs in the bottom of the third. #27 started the inning with a single, plating #3. Moon Area built upon its lead with four runs in the fourth. A error scored #22and #7 for the inning's first run. #JV #Recap
The North Hills Indians Varsity jumped out to an early lead on Penn Hills and captured a 13-2 victory on Wednesday at Penn Hills High School. With nine runs in the first three innings, the North Hills Indians Varsity left no doubt about the eventual outcome. An RBI single by Nathan Bly, a walk by Anthony Ruggieri, and a two-run double by Damian Yenzi in the second inning helped the North Hills Indians Varsity put some runs on the board early. Yenzi racked up four RBIs on two
The North Hills Indians Varsity fell to North Allegheny 4-2 at North Allegheny High School. Dignazio got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. He allowed two runs over 6 2/3 innings. Dignazio struck out six, walked three and gave up five hits. Mike Serpa was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just six innings, walked three, struck out four, and allowed four runs. North Allegheny (Wexford, PA) closer Fischbaugh put away the final out to record the save. The game's last
Next weeks schedule for 7-8 Monday: Home game vs Ingomar If rain practice 5-7 parking lot annex Tuesday 3-5 gym/cage Wednesday two games away at Ambridge If rain 5-7 in gym and cage Thursday 3-6 hilltop field Friday no practice Saturday game vs pine Richland at herb field 10 am #JuniorHigh #News