CARMICHAELS — Senior quarterback Trenton Carter passed for four touchdowns, ran for two more scores and intercepted a pass to set up a touchdown as Carmichaels used a big second half to defeat visiting Waynesburg 54-33 in a season-opening nonconference game Friday night.
MONTOUR – If a fortune-teller had informed Chartiers-Houston coach Andy Manion at, say, 3:30 Friday afternoon that his team would only give up two hits in its Class 2A quarterfinal matchup with Carmichaels set to start a half-hour later, and said nothing else, Manion would have liked his tea…
If any local baseball team is going to win a WPIAL championship this season, then it likely will require knocking off a few higher-seeded teams.
Carmichaels remained in the hunt for the Class 2A Section 3 title with a 10-0 victory over California in six innings Tuesday.
AVELLA — A pair of second-quarter touchdowns were all that Avella needed Friday night as the Eagles played terrific defense and dominated the field position to stun Carmichaels 14-7 and clinch a WPIAL Class A playoff berth out of the Tri-County South Conference.
Under normal circumstances, Ron Gallagher, the first-year head football coach at Carmichaels, would have spent last Friday night at California High School scouting the Mikes’ opponent for this week. Carmichaels had last week off because it received a forfeit from Monessen.
ELLSWORTH – Bailey Jones rushed for 239 yards and scored three touchdowns Friday night to power Carmichaels to a 41-16 victory over Bentworth in a Tri-County South Conference game.
CALIFORNIA – Confusion filled Piper McLaughlin’s senses as she slid safely into third base and looked up to see her Chartiers-Houston teammates flying from the dugout toward home plate.
Carmichaels averaged double-digit runs in each playoff game as its won the WPIAL Class A baseball championship.
This installment of “When Sports Weree Played” takes us back exactly 22 years, to June 11, 1998, when Carmichaels softball became the first program from Greene County to win a state team title in any sport.
Each player on the Mikes' football team got a buzz cut at a pep rally to show their support for a 10-year-old student in the school district who was battling a rare disease.
Today’s edition of “When Sports Were Played” goes back to April 26, 2005, when Carmichaels lefty Jared Lapkowicz set the WPIAL baseball record for career pitching wins with his 32nd victory.
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.
CARMICHAELS — Tyler Padezan ran for two touchdowns and caught two scoring passes, powering East Allegheny to a 53-22 victory over host Carmichaels in a non-conference game.
Chartiers-Houston's Spencer Kane shines for third-place finish at WPIAL Class 2A boys golf individual championship. C-H's Jack Hritsko and Carmichaels' Remmey Lohr joined Kane in advanced to the PIAA West Individual Region.
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.