The Pine-Richland school baseball program has enjoyed a rich history of tradition
and success. The varsity team won three consecutive WPIAL Championships from 2004
-2006, were PIAA State Champions in 2006, and most recently won the 2010 AAAA WPIAL
Championship. The future of our program is bright, with our junior varsity, junior
high, and middle school teams showing much promise for continued success in the future.
Our program moved from Class AAA to Class AAAA during the 2006-2007 school year.
We now compete against local rivals such as North Allegheny, Seneca Valley, Shaler,
Butler, and North Hills.
A number of our athletes have gone on to play collegiate and minor league professional
baseball, and are having success in their baseball careers. Neil Walker, a first
round selection of the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2004 and current major leaguer, was
a graduate of the Pine-Richland school district.
Approximately 4,500 students attend the Pine-Richland school district which is located
approximately 20 miles north of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.