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Fifteen local softball players were named to Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches Association all-state teams.
It didn’t matter how much opponents schemed to stop Christian Clutter. The McGuffey senior running back made sure all those efforts were unsuccessful. In a breakout final year with the Highlanders, Clutter finished with 1,548 rushing yards and 28 rushing touchdowns out of McGuffey’s flex off…
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.
There were multiple gold medals won by local boys at the WPIAL Track & Field Championships Thursday at Slippery Rock University.
McGuffey only had three wins in 2018. Trinity had five. They have both already eclipsed those totals not even halfway through this season and are looking for more.
Peters Township tennis continues to find success with juggled lineup, local high school football to be televised and several recruiting notes.
Bentworth's Jonathan Vargo recovers from a stalling call and McGuffey's Christian Clutter starts strong, both advancing to the PIAA Class AA quarterfinals in Hershey.
Washington puts together a complete performance to hammer McGuffey and win the Class 3A Section 4 championship outright.
Erie Cathedral Prep's Carter Starocci gets the better of Canon-McMillan's Gerrit Nijenhuis, leading to coaches and referees being forced to hold both wrestlers back.
The two-year realignment and swapping of sections vary from good to bad for area basketball teams. For Burgettstown, it only gets more difficult. For McGuffey, it's a chance to start over.
COAL CENTER – McGuffey boys basketball coach Mike Fatigante and his staff came up with an excellent game plan to stop California’s Malik Ramsey Wednesday night, and it worked for most of the game.
Sparked by 24 points from guard C.J. Cole, McGuffey held off Waynesburg 59-54 in the championship game of the Highlanders’ season-opening tournament Saturday night.
Christian Clutter did all he could, but the McGuffey defense couldn't stop South Side Beaver in a first-round loss.
Seeds, opponents, times and locations were determined for the 12 area high school football teams for the first round of the WPIAL playoffs.
In the waning moments of the fourth quarter, Washington used an unexpected lateral to help down rival McGuffey.
Washington and McGuffey renew their rivalry, Burgettstown goes for an undefeated season and Peters Township tries to put a bow on a regular season and conference championship.
It had been seven years since Peters Township got the better of Bethel Park in a high school football game.