Burgettstown erupted for 20 fourth-quarter points Friday night to earn a 20-6 victory over Seton-La Salle in a Class AA Three Rivers Conference game played at Peters Township High School.
Aidan Cain had a career in a year because the Mt. Lebanon senior lost his sophomore and juniors seasons, the result of back-to-back ACL tears that required reconstructive surgery. Last fall, Cain shattered multiple records to become not only the school’s best wide receiver but also the great…
After spending the last seven years as an assistant coach for the Upper St. Clair boys basketball team, Bryan Bennett was officially hired last week to lead the South Fayette girls basketball program.
Appearances can be deceiving. For Cassidy Trautman, happily, they were not once the Cecil Township resident started playing lacrosse as a sophomore at Seton-La Salle High School in Mt. Lebanon.
Shane Smith scored from second base on an error in the top of the seventh inning and Blake McElhaney pitched out of a full-blown jam in the bottom of the inning as Fort Cherry edged Frazier 10-9 in a wild Section 1-AA game Tuesday.
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.
Fort Cherry freshman right-handed pitcher Lane Miller fired a no-hitter as the Rangers continued to stay near the top of Section 1-AA with a 5-0 victory at Bentworth Monday afternoon.
Preliminary and first-round pairings for the PIAA Class AA wrestling championships which begin Thursday at the Giant Center in Hershey. Wrestlers' names are followed by school, regional finish, grade and record. (x-denotes returning champion).
The powers of youthful enthusiasm will be put to the test at the Washington High School gymnasium this winter. That’s because veteran Prexies boys basketball coach Ron Faust has his youngest team ever and those players will be trying to adapt to varsity-level competition in a hurry.
The Seton LaSalle offensive line operates like a finely tuned engine and Josh Blamer and Brendan Perone are two of the reasons why. The Peters Township residents have paved the path to the playoffs for the Rebels.
Bryce Gabelhart fired a rebound into the net with 3:18 remaining in the first overtime Tuesday night to give undefeated Peters Township a 2-1 victory over host Canon-McMillan in a Section 2-AAAA match.