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While he is known for his wrestling coaching prowess and teaching excellence, Ron Headlee owns a different designation, thanks to his most-prized pupil and now great friend.
JEFFERSON — Trent Cavanaugh rushed for 166 yards and scored twice to help Bentworth rally for a 29-7 victory over Jefferson-Morgan in a Class A Tri-County South Conference game Friday night at Parker Field.
Carmichaels grabs the highest seed out of the nine, local playoff teams with the second seed in the Class A playoffs.
Dennis Garrett was a 3-sport standout at Jefferson-Morgan High School in the 1970s. He played on 2 WPIAL championship teams, played college football, has coached at the college and high school levels and even officiated multiple WPIAL title games.
Pioneers will finish in no worse than in a tie for the Tri-County South Conference championship after winning at Jefferson-Morgan.
Several area volleyball teams have clinched a playoff berth. Others are hoping a final strong push will help them qualify for the postseason.
Two local running backs nearing milestone entering Week 6 of the high school football season.
JEFFERSON — Jaedan Zuzak ran for two touchdowns and returned a punt for a score, and Jelani Stafford rambled for a pair of second-quarter touchdowns as California rolled to a 54-0 victory over Jefferson-Morgan in a Class A Tri-County South Conference game Friday night at Parker Field.
There isn't a shortage of important conference games in high school football this week. Belle Vernon hosts Thomas Jefferson, South Fayette travels to New Castle and neighbors Fort Cherry and Burgettstown meet for the first time since 2009.
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.
Nate Stephenson rushed 16 times for 155 yards and scored three touchdowns to help Waynesburg rout Jefferson-Morgan, 47-8, in a nonconference game.
What was the best high school sports moment from 2017-18? Over the next four weeks, we are hosting a poll to find out what our readers think was the top moment. We picked and seeded the best 16 moments. Now, it's up to you.
Gavin Teasdale took wrestling fans with him on a memorable journey, filled with drama, personal challenges and, finally, a triumphant ride into the PIAA history books. Four state finals, four victories. Perfect. With a 2-0 decision over Josh Jones of Saucon Valley in the 126-pound finals of …
Madison Clayton led Waynesburg Central High School to a landmark season as the Raiders became the first team from Greene County to win a WPIAL soccer championship, taking the Class AA title with a 4-2 win over defending champion Freedom in the title game. A Pitt recruit and senior forward, C…
Colin Caven cracked a two-run homer to send the playoff-bound Peters Township past Baldwin, 4-2, in a Section 3 game in Class 6A.
Destin Weiser hit a hard ground ball to left field and Matt Whitfield scored from second base as Chartiers-Houston defeated Fort Cherry, 6-5 in eight innings, Friday for its fourth straight Section 2-A win.
Kourtney Gavatorta and Sophia Godzack each hit solo home runs, Mekenzie Sokol had a grand slam and Bailey Parshall pitched another gem as Belle Vernon defeated Canon-McMillan, 11-2, in a non-section game Thursday afternoon.
Luke Mary and Matthew Levi each had a pair of hits, Garrett Miller struck out seven in 3⅔ innings of relief as Peters Township held on to defeat Mt. Lebanon, 5-4, and clinch the final playoff spot in Class 6A Section 3 Wednesday night.
Ringgold High School baseball player Bo Haines hits a game-winning home run to bring the Rams one step closer to a section title.
David Monaco hit a tiebreaking double in the fourth inning and two pitchers held Ringgold scoreless over the final three innings Monday as South Park edged the Section 3-AAAA-leading Rams 5-3.
Lauren Burnett hit an inside-the-park grand slam in a nine-run fourth inning as South Fayette defeated Carrick in five innings, 14-3, to end a five-game losing streak in a Class 4A Section 2 game.
Bill Simms went back-to-back at the Tri-County Athletic Directors Coach of the Year Banquet at the DoubleTree by Hilton Sunday night.
The Special Recognition Award at the Tri-County Athletic Directors Association’s Coach of the Year Banquet recognizes an athlete who has either won a state individual title or was named to one of the all-state teams by a Pennsylvania Coaches Association or by a panel of sports writers from a…