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Fifteen local softball players were named to Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches Association all-state teams.
Gavin Pratt's 2-hitter and a key defensive play in the seventh inning spark Carmichaels to first-round playoff victory.
MCMURRAY – When the WPIAL released its softball playoff pairings, there were some who questioned how Carmichaels was slotted as the No. 11 seed in Class AA. The Mikes had won 13 regular-season games and owned a victory over fifth-seeded Frazier.
D.J. Zimcosky went 3-for-3 with a triple and two-run homer, and also pitched a scoreless bottom of the seventh inning, lifting Brownsville to a 6-5 upset win over Carmichaels on Wednesday in Class 2A Section 1 baseball.
Carmichaels scores 2 runs in top of the 7th inning to rally and beat Chartiers-Houston, forcing a tie for first place in the section between the Mikes and Bucs.
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.
Carmichaels 16, Beth-Center 0: Kylie Sinn threw a three-inning perfect game and Carmichaels used a 16-hit attack to beat visiting Beth-Center 16-0 in a Class 2A Section 3 game Tuesday.
Peters Township tennis continues to find success with juggled lineup, local high school football to be televised and several recruiting notes.
Carmichaels had its magical season come to an end on Tuesday in a 3-0 setback to Bishop Carroll in the first round of the PIAA Class A girls' volleyball playoff tournament at Forest Hills High School.
Carmichaels advances to its first WPIAL volleyball championship with a semifinal win over Greensburg Central Catholic.
Carmichaels lost the first set but rallied for a 3-1 victory over Beaver County Christian in the quarterfinals of the WPIAL Class A girls volleyball playoffs on Monday at Baldwin High School.
CARMICHAELS — Kevin Kelly ran for a touchdown, passed for another Carmichaels scored two safeties in the third quarter during an 18-0 victory over Brownsville in an Interstate Conference game Friday night.
Burgettstown threw an early scare into Carmichaels but the Lady Mikes regrouped and showed why they're the No. 2 seed in the WPIAL Class A girls volleyball playoffs.
YORK – Caroline McConnell of South Fayette placed fourth in the girls Class AA competition and was the top local finisher at the PIAA Individual Golf Championships that concluded Tuesday at Heritage Hills Resort.
Carmichaels grabs the highest seed out of the nine, local playoff teams with the second seed in the Class A playoffs.
PERRYOPOLIS — Julian Muccioli threw two touchdown passes and ran for another, and Shane McGavitt had a touchdown run and booted a field goal on the final play of the first half to power Frazier to a 30-8 victory over Carmichaels in a Class 2A Interstate Conference game.
Six area golfers qualify for the PIAA Championships, which will be held Oct. 22 and 23 at Heritage Hills Golf Course in York.
Carmichaels and Peters Township golf teams didn't qualify for the state tournament with a fourth and sixth place finish, respectively, at Cedarbrook Golf Course.
Several area volleyball teams have clinched a playoff berth. Others are hoping a final strong push will help them qualify for the postseason.
A showdown in Class 4A, injuries taking a toll and offenses look to stay hot as we move to the back half of the schedule.
Carmichaels is leaving the Tri-County South Conference to play in Class AA. Instead of being disappointed, the Mikes are eager for the opportunity to play in the Interstate Conference.
Carl Vollmer retires, South Fayette lineman Tom Elia chooses Richmond, Peters Township's Makenna Marisa continues earning offers and California hires a recent graduate to lead its boys basketball program.
Madison Renner, a senior shortstop from West Greene, and Kaci Alderson, a sophomore shortstop from Chartiers-Houston, were named Player of the Year in their respective classifications by the Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches Association.
Larry Krutko was one of the best two-way football players to come out of Greene County and helped Cumberland Township (now Carmichaels) High School to the 1952 WPIAL Class A championship.