PHOTOS: Baldwin H.S. Talent Show

Senior Daniel McTiernan earns first place.

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Daniel McTiernan played piano and sang his way into first place at a Baldwin High School talent show on Tuesday night.

The show was presented by the Baldwin High girls lacrosse program for the fourth straight year and brought over 200 people into the high school's auditorium to enjoy 17 acts, including McTiernan's humor-infused, crowd-energizing performance of a Justin Timberlake medley.

Sha-quea Hatch and A'shanti Anderson's joint acting routine was hilarious enough to earn the duo a second-place finish, and the team of Steven Andrulonis and Darien Babinger captured third place with a unique mixture of singing, clapping and beats created by drumming with cups. Babinger and Andrulonis called their performance "Cup Song Mash Up."

Proceeds from the talent show will support girls lacrosse at Baldwin. Additionally, the program will make a donation to a local charity.

Baldwin opens its 2013 varsity girls lacrosse season on March 22 by taking on defending WPIAL champion North Hills High School at Baldwin High Stadium.


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bw parent February 15, 2013 at 06:46 AM
Fourth annual talent show? They must had stopped the tradition for some time, since when I was in school 91-95 they had one every year. And 200 kids? Our Auditorium used to be PACKED! I, for one, knew nothing of the show going one tonight.....maybe if the communication from the schools were a little better, there would have been a better turn out....
Robert Edward Healy, III February 15, 2013 at 07:28 AM
The show was on Tuesday. Allow me to clarify regarding "fourth annual." This was the fourth annual show put on by the girls lacrosse program.


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