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It was appropriate that Daniel Layton competed in the high hurdles and pole vault because no one had more ups and downs to his track & field season than the senior from Waynesburg. Layton was caught in the web of WPIAL bureaucracy when a simple mistake was made. While finalizing the perf…
Three area athletes place in top-four in their respective events at the PIAA Track & Field Championships at Shippensburg University.
It's been a long, stressful year for Daniel Layton, especially lately. His senior year ended with redemption as he won PIAA gold in the 110-meter high hurdles.
There were multiple gold medals won by local boys at the WPIAL Track & Field Championships Thursday at Slippery Rock University.
Defending WPIAL champion Daniel Layton will compete in the 110-meter high hurdles after the PIAA granted his appeal.
An error will prevent Waynesburg's Daniel Layton from competing in the 110-meter high hurdles at the WPIAL Track & Field Championships next week, pending an appeal.
Waynesburg had top-flight performers in most events, but not the depth to add up the bonus points as the Raiders fell short in their bid to win the WPIAL Class AA Team Track & Field Championship at Peters Township.
WAYNESBURG — The lights at Waynesburg Stadium were turned on as Tuesday's WPIAL Class AA team semifinals wound down to a conclusion, allowing the host Raiders to bask in the spotlight after earning a berth into the district final.
PITTSBURGH – Illinois redshirt sophomore and South Fayette graduate Mike Carr suffered a heartbreaking loss to another Pennsylvania native in Iowa’s Max Murin during Thursday’s round of 16 action in the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at PPG Paints Arena.
HERSHEY – When Ken Hayman fell behind Braden Ricchini of Council Rock South early, there was no panic or desperation on the mat or in the coaches’ corner.
The outcry from public school coaches and administrators has reached a fervor in Pennsylvania in the last decade as non-boundary schools have won what public schools say is a disproportionate number of district and state championships.
Waynesburg Central's Selena Phillips entered Thursday's WPIAL Rifle Championship as the defending gold medalist, and exited Mt. Lebanon-Dormont Sportsmen's Club as the two-time champion.
After being a key part to the success of the Waynesburg High School girls soccer team, Bailey Fudala will play at Division I Winthrop.
The upset-minded Waynesburg soccer team couldn't muster any consistent offensive pressure, as Deer Lakes rolled to a 4-0 win in the boys' soccer Class AA quarterfinal contest.