By Bill West2:18 p.m.
At 6-foot-2, Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic sophomore forward Sam Breen sees the court from a different vantage point than her teammates and opponents.
And when Breen, ...
BVA girls clinch playoffs, keep 4-AAA hopes alive By Jeff Oliver
Belle Vernon Area stayed two games behind front-running Elizabeth Forward in Section 4-AAA girls’ basketball with a 53-46 win over host Thomas Jefferson Wednesday night.
The victory clinched a playoff spot for coach Lisa Fairman’s team.
The Leopards (12-6, 6-3) kept their hopes of winning the section alive with the hard-earned victory. ...
Norwin’s Perz scores 32 in nonsection win over McKeesport By Dave Mackall
It wasn’t a section game, but Norwin coach Lynn Washowich placed great emphasis on playing with passion against McKeesport.
That included limiting silly mistakes one night after losing a 10-point decision at Latrobe in a Section 1-AAAA game.
The Knights responded favorably Wednesday night as Curtis Perz scored 32 points, and Norwin ...
HS highlight reel: PIAA approves Clairton sanctions By Tribune-Review
Clairton football coach Wayne Wade will miss one game next season and his team will be on probation for a year as part of a punishment approved by the PIAA Board of Directors on Wednesday.
As proposed by the school district, Wade will be suspended for the first game after ...
Jeannette sophomore thriving at guard By Kristie Linden
Michael Pompei, a sophomore at Jeannette High School, is a first-time student athlete of the week.
“It’s a big accomplishment,” said Pompei. “I don’t really think ...
Plum boys hope to avenge OT loss to Penn Hills By Michael Love
On Friday, the Plum varsity boys basketball team returns to the site of last year’s tough 50-40 loss to Kiski Area in the first round of the WPIAL playoffs.
With a ton still on the line in the race for the Section 2-AAAA title, the Mustangs are hoping for better things ...
Gateway girls hoping to be in playoff mode By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity girls basketball team began the week at 6-2 in Section 2-AAAA and on the cusp of clinching a WPIAL Quad-A playoff spot for the fifth year in a row.
Head coach Cornelius Nesbit said he wants his players to be in playoff mode now and play with that ...
Daily News roundup: PIAA approves punishment for Clairton football By Staff Reports
Clairton coach Wayne Wade will miss one game next season and his team will be on probation for a year as part of a punishment approved by the PIAA Board of Directors on Wednesday.
As proposed by the school district, Wade will be suspended for the first game after his team ...
Charleroi preps for showdown By The Valley Independent
Charleroi Area prepped for Friday’s Section 4-AA showdown at Brownsville by beating visiting Carmichaels, 62-44, Tuesday night.
The Cougars (11-6, 9-1) could clinch the section title ...
Leader Times roundup: Kittanning boys keep playoff hopes alive By Staff Reports
The Wildcats haven’t given up on their final boys basketball season.
Noah Kunst scored a game-high 27 points, and Kittanning won for the second time in three games with a Section 3-AAA win over visiting Yough, 61-49, on Tuesday.
Noah Spang added 13 points, and James Webb had 11 for the Wildcats ...
Daily News roundup: West Mifflin takes down Laurel Highlands By Staff Reports
Tony Hill scored 21 points to lead West Mifflin to a 67-65 win over Laurel Highlands (11-8, 6-5) in Section 4-AAA boys basketball Tuesday. Josh Long finished with 16 points for West Mifflin (15-2, 10-1).
Latrobe 76, Norwin 66 — Austin Butler scored a game-high 31 points to ...
Hampton girls basketball team hustles past Ford City, 53-31 By Matt Grubba
What was a battle for second ended up not being much of a fight.
Hampton scored the last eight points of the first quarter and continued to pull away throughout the game for a Section 1-AAA win over visiting Ford City, 53-31, on Tuesday.
Jenn Lafko scored 12 points, and Laryn Edwards ...
High school roundup: Bethel Park downs No. 4 Mt. Lebanon in Section 4-AAAA By Staff Reports
Joey Mascaro scored 20 points to lead Bethel Park to a 58-49 upset victory over Class AAAA No. 4 Mt. Lebanon (14-5, 9-2) in Section 4 boys basketball action Tuesday night. Levi Metheny scored 14 points in the win, while Joshua Duda added 10 points for Bethel Park (11-6, 7-3).
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