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The high school sports seasons in Pennsylvania were brought to a sudden end before they began last spring, and the fall seasons have been played with safer, socially distant guidelines. But what hasn’t changed in high school athletics is the recruiting game.
FOX CHAPEL – For the third time this season, Pine-Richland and Peters Township tangled in field hockey and the results remained the same.
WEXFORD – Kat Wang and Marra Bruce are trouble for tennis doubles players in the district and the state but the Peters Township duo do have their own trials when it comes to defending their domain.
Peters Township boys soccer coach Bobby Dyer has been trying to figure out several scenarios when it comes to his team and its future during the coronavirus pandemic.
Heavily recruited Peters Township defensive back Donovan McMillon had many reasons to choose the University of Florida. Family is just one of them.
Winning one WPIAL baseball championship is difficult enough. One bad day and your season is over. Peters Township, however, pulled off winning back titles in 2007 and 2008. Today, we go back to the latter, a May 28, 2008 victory over a Plum team that was coached by Waynesburg native Carl Vollmer.
Peters Township defensive back Donovan McMillon, who is the most heavily recruited football player from Washington County in more than a decade, recently narrowed his list of finalists to five schools.
This edition of “When Sports Were Played” takes us back exactly 13 years, to May 29, 2007, and the WPIAL baseball championship game between Peters Township and Bethel Park.
Today’s “When Sports Were Played” goes back to Nov. 19, 2011, when Peters Township’s girls soccer team won its second of a remarkable three consecutive state championships.
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