Westmoreland County American Legion Baseball

Welcome to Westmoreland County American Legion baseball league website ....... The league encompasses the entire area of Westmoreland and Armstrong Counties located in southwestern Pennsylvania.

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Our league consists of young men between the ages of 16 to 18 years of age who strive to carry on the deep rooted tradition of legion baseball in our area. American legion baseball is one of the few organizations left that teams are comprised of young men that live within their communities. Also the American Legion baseball program installs the value of sportsmanship and good character.

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Three WCALB Teams Complete Season at Regional Tournament in Hollidaysburg

The 2020 seasons came to a close for the final three WCALB teams this past weekend at the Central Pennsylvania Regional Tournament held in Hollidaysburg and Altoona. Yough posted the top finish from WCALB at the tournament, while Latrobe and Bushy Run each won a game throughout the weekend before being eliminated. After the dust settled, Bedford was crowned the 2020 Regional Champion, their first regional championship since 1984. Yough enjoyed a 3-2 record throughout the tournament. On Friday, they defeated the Central Penn League Champions, Mount Union 4-3. Then on Saturday, they lost to Claysburg, but defeated Bushy Run 6-3. On Sunday, the Cougars defeated Mifflin County 7-3 before falling again to Claysburg. This year's regional was Yough's first under that franchise name. 2020 Champion Bushy Run went 1-2 in the tournament. Their win came on Saturday morning defeating host Hollidaysburg. The Beavers went down Friday night to Bedford, as well as Saturday against Yough. Bushy Run has been on a nice streak of regional tournament appearances, this year marking their seventh all-time, fourth-most in Westmoreland County history. 2020 Regular Season Champion Latrobe also went 1-2 in the tournament. Their win came on Saturday morning by defeating Mount Union 17-6, while falling on Friday to Claysburg and on Saturday to Mifflin County. This year's tournament marked the 16th all-time for the Jethawks, good for fifth most in the entire region only behind State College, Somerset, Bedford, and DuBois.