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PSNK men’s basketball team loses to PSU Mont Alto, 63-59

By Staff Reports 8:39 p.m.
Penn State New Kensington dropped its second straight home game in as many days, falling to Penn State Mont Alto, 63-59, on Sunday afternoon in men’s basketball action in Upper Burrell. The local Lions (6-9, 4-4 PSUAC) didn’t get much help from their reserves, and the Mont Alto bench outscored …

Daily Courier: Ice Miners lose in shootout to Keystone

By Staff Reports
Joey Lupo scored the only goal of a five-round shootout to lead Springfield to a 4-3 victory over Keystone in an NAHL game Saturday at the Ice Mine. The win snapped the Ice Miners’ four-game win streak. Austin Romzek scored …

Ambridge native tries to build coaching career at tiny outpost

By Chuck Curti 7:17 p.m.
Six hundred miles from his native Ambridge, Justin Thomas was homeless. It wasn’t what he envisioned when he signed on for his first baseball head ...

Penn State trip is homecoming of sorts for former Butler hockey goalie

By Joe Sager
Jake Hildebrand continues to be the man between the pipes for Michigan State’s hockey team. The Butler native played every minute in goal for the Spartans ...

Mars’ Gruber twins follow in athletic footsteps of sister, brother

By Karen Kadilak
Inspired by their sister’s achievements as a college swimmer, Mars juniors Aaron and Alex Gruber are enjoying success of their own as members of the ...

Vasquez Jr. returning to Consol, Showtime

By Jeff Oliver
Sammy Vasquez Jr. has had great success fighting at Consol Energy Center with two victories in as many fights. The undefeated Monessen native hopes that trend ...

Lower Burrell fighter returns to octagon

By D.j. Vasil
Due to issues that were out of his control, Dom Mazzotta’s chance to win a championship was dashed last month when his opponent did not ...

Paralympic club steps up its adaptive workouts for rowers

By Karen Kadilak
With more indoor workouts available, members of the Paralympic Sport Club Three Rivers expect to be fitter when they return to outdoor rowing and paddling ...

Boyd’s ‘Batter Up’ offers insight into Brentwood youth baseball

By Ray Fisher
Richard Boyd, 76, has been a lifelong baseball fan. He attended his first game at Forbes Field with his dad as a wide-eyed 9-year-old in 1948. Actually, ...

Castle Shannon woman set to cash in on sports memorabilia collection

By Karen Price
Dawn D’Alessandro is putting the matter of her wealth of sports memorabilia to bed. This after storing the memorabilia under a bed. The take? As much as ...

New Haven Hose secures overtime victory

By Staff Reports
Luke Mancuso scored 14 points as New Haven Hose earned a 22-21 overtime victory over Faywest Glass in a St. Rita’s Basketball League game. Dylan Frigugletti scored four points. Ramani Pirl and Zach Floyd scored two points each. Blake Lancaster scored ...

USGA seeks volunteers for 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont

By Karen Zapf
Ed and Margaret Peters enjoyed traveling to Pinehurst, N.C., last June for the U.S. Open. While there, the Fayette City residents spoke with volunteers who told them the U.S. Open would be in the Pittsburgh area in a couple of years. The ...

Penn-Trafford sophomore takes 2nd in world karate tournament

By Nathan Smith
Nick Kosan walked into the National Blackbelt League Super Grand World Games in Buffalo last month not knowing what to fully expect. He walked away recognized ...

South Park’s Saylor captures 1st place in NFL’s Punt, Pass & Kick competition

By Karen Kadilak
A South Park girl representing the Steelers took first place in her age group in the national finals of the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick ...

Penn Hills grad shines for Toledo in bowl win

By Ed Phillipps
After waiting for what seemed like an eternity, it took less than 10 seconds for Treyvon Hester to create a moment for himself at the ...

Yough Lanes bowlers remain passionate about sport

By Nancy Henry
Bowling is a pastime that can be enjoyed at any age, and a group of men and women who have bowled at Yough Lanes since ...