Few high school softball programs have enjoyed as much success as Chartiers-Houston. The Bucs have won eight WPIAL championships. In today’s “When Sports Were Played” we go back to C-H’s first title, which happened exactly 33 years ago today, May 27, 1987.
The WPIAL approved a new scheduling format and it’s designed to prevent teams from pitching their ace against the same section opponent twice in a season
The “When Sports Were Played” for today takes us back to Feb. 20, 1991, when Bentworth juggled its lineup and found the right combination to beat Chartiers-Houston and win the WPIAL Class AA wrestling team championship.
The local area has never been known as a hotbed for high school tennis, but in today’s “When Sports Were Played” we revisit it’s high-water mark, Nov. 3, 2007, when two girls doubles teams each won PIAA championships.
Sometimes a midseason football game between teams hovering around the .500 mark can result in a remarkable finish. Thus was the case in today’s “When Sports Were Played” game as Chartiers-Houston, a yard away from trailing by three scores, rallied in the final six minutes to beat Brentwood o…
In today’s “When Sports Were Played,” we go back to March 9, 2018, when Chartiers-Houston’s Alexa Williamson set the record for points in a playoff game by a basketball player from the O-R’s coverage area. On Tuesday, we will revisit the game when local boys player set the WPIAL playoff scor…
The cancellation of the high school softball season affected players, coaches and fans. For the Alderson and Simms families, who are involved beyond the norm, the impact has made for a difficult time.
There was much talk recently about holding sporting events without spectators. Such an event would not be a first for Washington County. In today’s “When Sports Were Played” we go back to Dec. 17. 1980, when the WPIAL ordered a local wrestling match be held without fans in the gymnasium.
Burgettstown, led by Avery Havelka, outworks Chartiers-Houston with commanding performance to take over second place in the Class 2A Section 3 standings.
McGuffey not only is tied for first place in its section. The Highlanders lead the entire WPIAL in a statistical category. That and West Greene's tough upcoming schedule and what local basketball teams would be playoff bound if the season ended today.
Trinity puts together another impressive offensive showing, something that isn't new for the Hillers, who are the highest scoring team in Class 5A.
Chartiers-Houston uses bulletin-board material and solid performances from Seth Dunn and Austin Arnold to upend California in a Section 2-AA game.
After winning a state title in Missouri last season, Wyatt Henson has transferred back to Waynesburg High School.
CALIFORNIA – As they raised the trophy over their heads, one word seemed appropriate for the members of the South Fayette High School girls cross country team.
YORK – Several local golfers are within striking distance of the leaders after the opening round of the PIAA Championhips on Monday at Heritage Hills Golf Resort.
Big games for the Chartiers-Houston High School football team have been few and far between recently. That is until the Bucs play California for a playoff berth Friday night.
ELLSWORTH – Bentworth celebrated Senior Night on Wednesday and clinched at least a share of its third girls soccer section title under head coach Tyler Hamstra.
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.
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.
Fifteen local softball players were named to Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches Association all-state teams.
Numbers don't lie with the success of both the Chartiers-Houston High School softball program and the big three — McKenna Lampe, Madison Lampe and Kaitlyn Rizor — from West Greene. Also, keeping up to date with recruiting news for several local high school football players.
Chartiers-Houston hopes to limit mistakes against Frazier, something that has doomed the Bucs in the past.