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Ice Miners not returning to Connellsville

By Jason Black 5:05 p.m.
The Keystone Ice Miners, an NAHL team based in Connellsville, will not return to Southwestern Pennsylvania next season, coach and general manager Michael Gershon said Friday. The team’s ownership group left during the middle of the 2014-15 season, it’s inaugural …

Thomas Jefferson grad Schneider finds home at D-III baseball power Frostburg State

By Dave Mackall
Finding the shortest path to success hasn’t always come easy to Greg Schneider. Or so it seems. “My mind does wander a little bit,” he said. As ...

Kiski Valley slugs way to early Legion win

By Matt Grubba
Kiski Valley’s hitters gave the scoreboard lights at Laube Field an early-season workout. The Vikings pounded out 18 hits and posted a six-run first inning on ...

Dunbar opens FCBL campaign with victory over New York Pizza

By Jason Black
Although the Fayette County Baseball League began its season last week, Dunbar hadn’t played a game heading into Thursday’s home contest against New York Pizza. While ...

Daily News League roundup: Snappers roll to victory

By Tribune-Review
John Oniel homered and Clark White, Pat Trettle and Billy Wasko all had extra-base hits to lead the first-place South Hills Snappers to an 11-0 victory in five innings over the Canonsburg Knights in a Daily News League baseball game ...

Daily Courier roundup: Mill Run drops FCBL game

By Staff Reports
Luke Bigham tripled and Austin Puskar notched an RBI single, but Mill Run (1-2) dropped a 3-1 decision to visiting Economy Electric in Fayette County Baseball League action on Thursday. Bill Bendis was the losing pitcher. Luke Paul tossed a four-hitter ...

Connellsville Legion cruises past Farmington to improve to 3-0

By Jason Black
The Connellsville Legion baseball team has gotten off to a stellar start this season, and big first innings are a huge reason for the club’s ...

Daily News League roundup: Klingensmith edges Swissvale Ducks

By Staff Reports
Luke Padezan tossed a complete game with four strikeouts to lead Klingensmith Insurance to a 3-1 victory over the Swissvale Ducks in a Daily News League baseball game Wednesday night. Wayne Hydak doubled for Klingensmith (2-2), which scored twice in the ...

Pittsburgh Thunderbirds ultimate Frisbee team opens 1st season with 4-1 record

By Zach Brendza
Under the lights of Riverview Soccer Park in the North Side, Pittsburgh’s newest professional sports team ended their practice on a crisp Wednesday night with light yoga preparing for their next home game. The Pittsburgh Thund-erbirds will play the Detroit Mechanix ...

Mt. Lebanon Tennis Center earns USTA award for serving community

By Karen Kadilak
The Mt. Lebanon Tennis Center, just honored with a United States Tennis Association award, typically keeps its courts filled from morning to night. “We open ...

Brentwood Middle School tracksters shine at season-ending meet

By Ray Fisher
Brentwood Middle School’s boys’ and girls’ track and field team concluded its 2015 season recently with a strong showing at the Southwest Conference Invitational held ...

Shorthanded Hempfield East opens with 2 wins

By Andrew John
The beginning of American Legion season will prove to be a test for Hempfield East, which will not have its complete roster available. Hempfield East opened with wins against Greensburg and Yough after finishing 11-11 a season ago, a summer riddled ...

Jeannette’s junior Legion team kicks off season

By Dave Moio
Coach Marcus Clarkson gets no rest between his duties as a Jeannette junior Legion baseball head coach and his duties as the head coach at ...

Murrysville’s Carter earns national open singles championship

By Michael Love
Murrysville’s Thomas Carter, a 2013 graduate of the Kiski School, defeated Arturo Burruel of Grapevine, Texas, to capture the men’s open singles championship Saturday at the 48th U.S. Racquetball National Singles Championships in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Carter and Burruel were the ...

Cowher Westgarth to be inducted into Fox Chapel Hall of Fame

By Marty Stewart
This is the fifth in a series of profiles on the 2015 inductees into the Fox Chapel Sports Hall of Fame. The Induction Ceremony and ...

Shady Side Academy’s Groff brothers to play in Maccabai Games

By Marty Stewart
A few months ago, Shady Side Academy basketball player Etai Groff, a sophomore, learned he would be playing for the United States youth team at the European Maccabai Games. Last week, it was announced that his brother, Dylan, was appointed ...