Congratulations on a good season to the 2014 Indians!

6-4 in AAAA Section 4 (9-8 overall)

The following earned All-Section Honors:

1st Team: Mason Murray-McDonough OF, Trey Reese C

2nd team: Cameron Franklin OF, Tyler Reis 2B, Dan Bonnett OF, Steven Zang P

Honorable Mention: Zac Crosmun P

Congratulations to these well deserving individuals!


Boosters Schedule can be found on News/Schedule page



About Us

Welcome to the home of Penn Hills Indian Baseball (Pittsburgh, PA). At Penn Hills, the coaching staff and players are dedicated to building a program that will not only compete, but excel at the AAAA level. The Indians currently compete in the extremely competitive Section 4 with the following teams: Pine Richland, Shaler, Moon, Woodland Hills, and Allderdice.





New Hat Logo for 2014




Congratulations to Trey Reese and Cameron Franklin on their Post-Gazette All-Section Selections!



1st annual Taft (NY) vs. Penn Hills.  Taft is coached by Penn Hills alum Charis Britt. Charis was a teammate of Coach Cap and Coach Carr's during back-to-back section title seasons in 1996 and 1997.  The 1996 team finished one run short of a trip to the state championship game, losing a close battle to eventual champion North Allegheny. 

 Penn Hills got the best of Taft in this year's contest 19-4. 






Congratulations to our 2013 seniors Darin Franklin and Shawn Neary (All-Section selection in 2012)!  Good luck in the future boys, and thank you for everything you gave to the program!


Penn Hills Baseball is proud to be a part of The Cure Baseball's "Stick it to Cancer" helmet sticker campaign!  The Cure Baseball's founder Alex Paluka played for Coach Carr at Franklin Regional High School, and has been dedicated to help win the battle against cancer. Check out to see how you can help, or to buy helmet stickers to help "stick it" to cancer! Other Cure Baseball merchandise is available also. 



The 2013 season was dedicated to Shawn's grandfather (Luigi Listorti) who passed away in the winter.  The "Tribe" shirts were worn under the jerseys, and had his initials L.L. along with the years he lived on the back of them.  Rest in peace Mr. Listorti.



Varsity veterans like catcher Trey Reese will be counted on for leadership in 2014 to end a two year playoff drought.  With an experienced team returning, the hopes will be high for the 2014 squad.   However outworking the talented opponents in Section 4 in the offseason will be essential to compete for a playoff spot or section title.