The high school sports seasons in Pennsylvania were brought to a sudden end before they began last spring, and the fall seasons have been played with safer, socially distant guidelines. But what hasn’t changed in high school athletics is the recruiting game.
CANONSBURG — Though his team won convincingly, Canon-McMillan coach Mike Evans was not all pleased with his team’s performance, especially on offense.
WEXFORD — Greg Phillips threw four touchdown passes, Mason Kress and J.R. Burton each had two scores and undefeated North Allegheny blanked Canon-McMillan 35-0 in a Class 6A Quad County West Conference game Friday night.
GREENSBURG — Hard-charging Ryan Angott rushed for 262 yards and five touchdowns in a little more than two quarters, powering Canon-McMillan to a 45-14 victory over Hempfield in a Class 6A Quad County Conference win Friday.
CANONSBURG — Canon-McMillan enjoyed one of its most impressive comebacks, scoring 24 straight points to upend Mt.Lebanon 24-17 Friday night in the Class 6A Quad County Conference.
McGuffey and Canon-McMillan have been two of the most successful local high school wrestling programs, and on Jan. 10, 2003, their dual meet had one of the most stunning turnarounds and finishes you’ll find.
Dave Derrico, who guided Canon-McMillan High School to the girls soccer state championship in 2016, resigned Thursday night as the Big Macs’ head coach.
Today’s “When Sports Were Played” is from Feb. 9, 2013, when Canon-McMillan’s wrestling team won the final winner-take-all bout of the tournament to repeat as the state Class AAA team champion.
For today’s “When Sports Were Played” we go back nearly 12 years, to June 13, 2008, when Canon-McMillan turned the state baseball championship game into batting practice and routed Spring-Ford.
In this edition of “When Sports Were Played,” we go back to Feb. 4, 1986 for a dual meet held at a neutral site – a larger venue because of the demand for tickets – and provided long-waited redemption for the wrestling fans at Trinity.
One of the objectives of a newspaper columnist is to make the reader think. The latter might not always agree with what is written, but if he or she at least thinks about the writer’s opinion and analyzes it objectively, then that’s mission accomplished.
For today’s “When Sports Were Played” we revisit the WPIAL Class AAA Team Tournament championship wrestling match between Canon-McMillan and Kiski from Feb. 9, 2010. After several postponements, the match’s winner wasn’t decided until the final bout.
The Canon-McMillan softball team had a roster to be reckoned with, but a season full of promise turned into no season at all.
Two members of the Washington-Greene County Chapter have been elected to the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame it was announced Saturday.
In today’s “When Sports Were Played,” we revisit a rare seven-inning perfect game by Canon-McMillan pitcher Alayna Astuto against Hempfield in the WPIAL Class AAAA softball semifinals May 23, 2013.
Five wrestlers from Waynesburg advance to the PIAA quarterfinals, an effort highlighted by Cole Homet's upset of the No. 2 seed. Overall, it was a successful day for local Class AAA wrestlers in Hershey.
Eleven local wrestlers were golden during Saturday afternoon's Class AAA Section 4 wrestling championships.
Canon-McMillan built a 16-point lead by the end of the first quarter Friday night and that carried the Big Macs to a 60-53 non-section boys basketball victory over visiting Ringgold.