By William Whalen
School: Kiski Area
Report card: Blumer (33-6) finished second in the WPIAL Class AAA championships at 126 pounds ...
Penn State Fayette tops Maine-Machias in USCAA Tournament By Staff Reports
The Penn State Fayette men’s basketball team got off to a strong start in the first round of the USCAA Tournament on Wednesday.
Matt McKenna had a game-high 33 points and 10 rebounds as the 10th-seeded Roaring Lions beat seventh-seeded Maine-Machias, 100-86.
Luke Williams scored 25 points, Jacob Bronder added 15, ...
Former assistant now leading Chartiers Valley girls lacrosse By Nathan Smith
To find a new head coach for its girls lacrosse team, Chartiers Valley looked within the program.
Former assistant Sarah Lawrence will guide the team this spring after former coach Julie Gould resigned. Lawrence coached with Gould the last four seasons.
“I really got a feel for the ropes the last couples ...
Norwin girls bowling captures second straight WPIBL championship By Alex Oltmanns
Heading into the WPIBL championships at Sims Lanes in Beaver Falls last week, the Norwin girls bowling team was out to prove that last season’s league title was not an anomaly.
But after winning their second WPIBL title in as many years by posting 2,691 points in the finals, the ...
Herald Spotlight: Fox Chapel wrestler Mahon surpasses 30-win mark By Marty Stewart
Fox Chapel sophomore wrestler Mike Mahon made it to the quarterfinals of the WPIAL Class AAA wrestling championships Friday at 182 pounds. He compiled a record of 30-12 for the season. He has been wrestling since he was 5 years old and also played football as a freshman. For his ...
Plum girls third at WPIBL tournament By Michael Love
For the third year in a row the Plum varsity girls bowling team scored a top-four finish at the WPIBL team tournament.
The Mustangs finished third overall out of 18 teams with a three-game total of 2,303 at last week’s championships at Sims Lanes in Beaver Falls.
Plum was fourth last year ...
Roundup: Horner picked for East-West By Michael Love
The tradition of Gateway selections to the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association’s East-West All-Star Game continues this year, as senior wide receiver and defensive back John McDonald-Horner is among a large contingent from the WPIAL picked to play in the game.
The Indiana State recruit is one of 30 WPIAL players ...
Shady Side Academy teams ready for PIAA swim meet By Marty Stewart
The PIAA Class AA swimming championships will be held March 11-12 at Bucknell University, and the Shady Side Academy team has its lineup set for both days.
On Wednesday, the Indians will compete in five events —200-yard girls medley relay (Caroline Colville, Heather Grune, Ashley Azzarello, Jeanne Lauer); the 200 ...
Fox Chapel hockey team defeated in PIHL first round By Staff Reports
Fox Chapel and North Hills were tied late in the second period of their PIHL Penguins Cup playoff opener Monday night, but the game quickly went downhill for the Foxes.
North Hills (10-10) scored five unanswered goals, including four in the third period, to defeat Fox Chapel (8-10-2), 7-2, in a ...
VND high school notebook: Fox Chapel eyes Loughran to succeed Ravotti By Bill Beckner Jr.
While several names have been attached to the Fox Chapel football head coaching vacancy, one appears to be a sure thing.
Fox Chapel plans to recommend longtime South Park coach Tom Loughran as its next coach.
He would replace Eric Ravotti, who resigned after four seasons.
Loughran already met with incoming ...
Hempfield boys lacrosse set to officially join WPIAL By Andrew John
When the Hempfield boys lacrosse team was created more than three years ago, there was one goal in mind: joining the WPIAL as a varsity sport.
Last Monday, that goal came to fruition as the Hempfield school board decided to lift the boys lacrosse team from club team status, which ...
Armstrong boys bowling team comes up short in WPIBL championship By Matt Grubba
Armstrong’s first crack at a major team bowling title in 2015 fell just short.
Fresh off a Section 2 title, the Riverhawks placed fourth at this year’s Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Bowling League Boys Championship on Wednesday at New Great Valley Lanes in North Versailles.
Armstrong finished with 3,022 pins, which trailed only ...
Woodland Hills rifle team again on target in defending state title By Alex Oltmanns
The Woodland Hills rifle program has an illustrious history, one filled with five WPIAL titles and three in the last four years.
But before the 2014 season, the team still had not been able to win that ever-elusive state title.
Yet, after departing the state meet last week, the Wolverines can now ...
Graw represents Franklin Regional rifle team at states By Michael Love
Jack Graw put Franklin Regional back on the high school rifle map over the past couple of weeks.
Two weeks ago at the WPIAL championships, Graw, the only shooter representing Franklin Regional, shot a 200-16x to place 10th overall out of 80 competitors.
The WPIAL performance earned him a trip to the ...
Burrell girls make AK history in WPIALs By George Guido
Burrell’s game against Bishop Canevin on Tuesday marked the third straight season the Bucs girls had advanced to the WPIAL semifinals, an Alle-Kiski Valley record.
Several programs had made two in a row (Deer Lakes, Ford City and Apollo-Ridge), but none have reached three.
As for boys basketball, one has to ...
Long’s hat trick lifts Armstrong past Shaler By Staff Reports
In what could have been a Penguins Cup final preview, Armstrong showed it can score with the best of them.
Nick Long scored a hat trick on an empty-net goal, and the Riverhawks closed the regular season with an 8-5 win over Shaler at BladeRunners Harmarville on Tuesday.
Long had four ...
Armstrong boys, girls bowling teams make quick ascent into WPIBL powers By Matt Grubba
In two seasons, Armstrong bowling has gone from a start-up program to a two-team title contender.
The new school’s boys and girls teams both have a shot to claim Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Bowling League crowns this week when the boys championship is held Wednesday at New Great Valley Lanes in ...
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