BURGETTSTOWN – No one ever said making history for the first time in more than 40 years would be easy.
Mark and Rich Druga have coached at multiple schools together. The impact they are making in their second stint at Burgettstown has the Blue Devils nearing another conference title.
The WPIAL individual golf championships will culminate over the next two days, defending state champion Peters Township loses key starter and West Greene plans to induct three members into its hall of fame.
Sometimes, it’s hard to understand school boards. They do things behind closed doors in a process called executive session and sometimes never re-emerge. Who knows how many school board members have entered those doors, never to be seen again.
HERMAN – Jake Lounder passed for two touchdown, and Seth Phillis scored on offense, defense and special teams, as Burgettstown overcame an early double-digit deficit to defeat Summit Academy 46-12 Saturday afternoon in a nonconference high school football game.
West Greene continues to score. Chartiers-Houston has kept teams from scoring. Avella beats somebody outside of the Tri-County South Conference. Week 1 had us flipping through our calendars for oddities and much more.
High school football teams will report to camp in exactly one month. Here are five teams to watch before July quickly turns into August and the season is upon us.
Keeping up with local high school athletics, including a new bill that would change the high school sports landscape in Pennsylvania, South Fayette golfer Luke Lestini qualifying for a national tournament and recruiting news.
In track, it typically always comes down to only a few seconds. Two neighboring Washington County schools found that out Friday at the PIAA Track & Field Championships at Shippensburg University.
In Kelly Ward's final year of his longtime career as the Burgettstown track coach, the Blue Devils will have their best representation at the PIAA Track & Field Championships the next two days at Shippensburg University.
There were multiple gold medals won by local boys at the WPIAL Track & Field Championships Thursday at Slippery Rock University.
Burgettstown enjoyed a successful day at the Washington-Greene County Coaches' Track & Field Championships.
After a tough three-game stretch two weeks ago, Canon-McMillan is back on track. Trinity continues to out-hit opponents, two neighboring schools could be fighting of a final playoff spot and Carmichaels could make it interesting in Class 2A Section 3.
HERSHEY – When Ken Hayman fell behind Braden Ricchini of Council Rock South early, there was no panic or desperation on the mat or in the coaches’ corner.
Bentworth's Jonathan Vargo recovers from a stalling call and McGuffey's Christian Clutter starts strong, both advancing to the PIAA Class AA quarterfinals in Hershey.
The two-year realignment and swapping of sections vary from good to bad for area basketball teams. For Burgettstown, it only gets more difficult. For McGuffey, it's a chance to start over.