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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.
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.
With multiple starters returning, Chartiers-Houston is hopeful another successful season ends in a WPIAL championship.
Patsy Vulcano wrestled in the shadows of his father, an iconic figure on the local scene, and two of his brothers, who were WPIAL champions and PIAA placewinners at Chartiers-Houston. Vulcano never quite rose to those lofty heights — until one memorable week in Hershey.
After back-to-back appearances in the WPIAL championship, the Chartiers-Houston High School girls basketball team is undergoing roster overhaul.
After losing a senior-dominated lineup from a season ago, Chartiers-Houston is hoping youth is served well in another trip to the 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.
HOUSTON — Jelani Stafford rushed for 132 yards and three touchdowns on only seven carries, and Lucas Qualk added 108 yards and two scores as California continued its push toward the postseason with a 56-0 victory over Chartiers-Houston in the Tri-County South Conference Friday night.
Peters Township and Waynesburg girls soccer teams receive first-round byes; Bentworth and Belle Vernon are No. 3 seeds for the WPIAL playoffs that begin Saturday.
Six area golfers qualify for the PIAA Championships, which will be held Oct. 22 and 23 at Heritage Hills Golf Course in York.
The Interstate Conference gets even murkier. Being one dimensional can be disastrous against South Fayette. The defense continues to power Burgettstown.
ELLWSORTH — Trent Cavanaugh rushed for 120 yards and scored three touchdowns, Shawn Dziak threw two touchdown passes, including the game-winner to Owen Petrisek with 3:07 remaining, and Bentworth outlasted visiting Chartiers-Houston 24-21 in a Class A Tri-County South Conference game.
An impressive debut for Charleroi coach Lance Getsy, big plays haunt Canon-McMillan again and why nobody is going to easily push Burgettstown around.
JEFFERSON — Chartiers-Houston snapped a 12-game losing streak by erupting for 37 second-half points and drubbing Jefferson-Morgan, 43-12, in a Class A Tri-County South Conference opener Friday night at Parker Field.
Legendary Marquette University basketball coach Al McGuire once famously quipped that the best thing about freshmen is they eventually become sophomores.
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.
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