Shady Side Academy torments Apollo-Ridge, moves to 3-0 By Matt Grubba
Shady Side Academy coach David Vadnais summed up the win that kept his team atop Section 2-AA with one word e_SEmD effort.
Louis Berry scored 19 points and had six of his team’s 13 steals, and Shady Side Academy pulled away from Apollo-Ridge, 70-52, on Friday in Fox Chapel.
Michael Ware added ...
Plum’s defense seals win over McKeesport By George Guido
Plum trailed McKeesport by six points at the end of three quarters.
That signaled it was time for the Mustangs’ top-rated defense to clamp down.
The Mustangs ...
Daily News roundup: Plum deals McKeesport girls first loss By Staff Reports
The McKeesport girls basketball team fell behind in the final seconds before losing its first game of the season to Plum, 42-41, on Friday night.
The Mustangs’ Mandy Majocha had a steal before hitting the winning free throw with 3.2 seconds left to give Plum (3-1, 1-1) the Section ...
High school roundup: No. 4 Bethel Park boys edge Upper St. Clair By Staff Reports12:45 p.m.
After a slow beginning to the second half, Bethel Park and Upper St. Clair battled down the stretch before the Black Hawks earned a 52-47 win in Section 4-AAAA on Friday night.
Joey Mascaro netted a game-high 19 points, while Anthony Bomar and Jacob Dixon added 12 points apiece for ...
Greensburg high school roundup: Hempfield downs Penn-Trafford to stay unbeaten By Staff Reports
A strong performance from the free-throw line helped the Hempfield boys remain unbeaten Friday night with a 52-39 Section 1-AAAA win over Penn-Trafford.
The Spartans connected on 20 of 22 free throws to pull away.
Kason Harrell recorded a game-high 17 points, and Tony Pilato contributed 11 for the third-ranked ...
Young Charleroi races past Waynesburg By Jeff Oliver
The Charleroi girls’ basketball team may have one of the youngest lineups in Section 4-AA, but don’t expect the Cougars to play like it.
Youthful Charleroi ...
Greensburg Salem’s Oberdorf on early-season scoring binge By Alex Oltmanns
Five games into the 2014-15 season, it’s evident whom opposing teams are going to have to game plan against when preparing to play the Greensburg Salem girls basketball team.
With 41, 28 and 35 points in her first three games, respectively, Golden Lions senior Claire Oberdorf is off to a torrid ...
Trib Cup: Winchester Thurston boys basketball motivated by playoff run By Brian Graham
The Winchester Thurston boys basketball team got its first taste of WPIAL postseason play last season.
That experience has been the fuel for this year’s Bears team. Coach Brian Brenneman has seen a sense of hunger and urgency early on this year that’s led him to believe there’s a different ...
Daily News high school roundup: Serra Catholic girls earn nonsection win By Staff Report
Serra Catholic freshman Rylan German scored 16 points to lead the Eagles to a 63-50 victory over Sewickley Academy in a nonsection matchup Thursday night.
Katie Sieg added 15 points and 10 rebounds for Serra Catholic (3-3, 2-0). Maddy Casale and Kayla Guerin combined for 32 points for Sewickley Academy (3-4, ...
Junior forward Beale scores 30 points as Freeport wins 4th straight By Matt Grubba
Josh Beale’s big night extended Freeport’s strong start to the season.
The junior forward scored a game-high 30 points, and the Yellowjackets extended their winning streak to four games with a nonsection win over Karns City, 61-50, at Freeport on Wednesday.
Mason Eddinger added 13 points and nine rebounds for Freeport (5-1), ...
Ringgold girls escape with 41-35 win over Brownsville By The Valley Independent
Ringgold was nearly all fouled up in its 41-35 Section 4-AAA win over host Brownsville Wednesday night.
The Rams (4-3, 2-1) had three starters with four fouls in the third quarter and watched as the Falcons (3-3, 0-3) shot 23 fouls while Ringgold went to the line just five times the ...
Chartiers Valley boys basketball competes, bonds in Arizona By Nathan Smith
Last week, the Chartiers Valley boys basketball team scored a 79-51 win over Canon-McMillan to open section play.
Less than 24 hours later, the Colts were on a plane for Arizona.
Chartiers Valley took its yearly trip, this time to Tucson.
Past trips included Florida, California and the Bahamas.
Tucson had extra ...
Plum grad Cressler makes coaching debut By Michael Love
On Dec. 5 at the season-opening Plum boys basketball tournament, Andrew Cressler was on the bench at Plum High School and his team was facing ...
Franklin Regional boys weather tough losses By Kevin Lohman
Coming off of back-to-back agonizing losses in which his team lost in the final minutes, Franklin Regional boys basketball coach Brad Midgely isn’t dwelling on the results. Instead, Midgely is looking at the big picture and how challenges like these losses will force his team to develop.
“All this stuff that ...
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