By David Whipkey
Seeing Clairton’s speed and athleticism can be overwhelming to anyone seeing it up close and personal for the first time.
Carmichaels coach Ryan Krull wholeheartedly agreed with that assessment after the Bears topped the Mikes, 70-6, on Friday night in a Class A first-round playoff game at Neil C. Brown ...
Unbeaten Frazier scores 6 straight TDs to rally past Carmichaels By Dave Stofcheck
Frazier’s hangover lasted all of five minutes Friday night.
After spotting Carmichaels an early 8-0 lead, Frazier scored the next six touchdowns in a 49-21 Tri-County South victory.
Chris Pierce fired three touchdown passes, and Caleb Cox hauled in just as many, as Frazier remained unblemished with two regular season games ...
Carmichaels sets sights on playoffs By Bill Hughes
Heading into Week 7 a year ago, Carmichaels found itself on the verge of entering a place that some might consider a birthright:
The Mighty Mikes were 3-2 in Class A Tri-County South Conference play and controlled their playoff fate.
However, they lost at Frazier, at Avella, and at home to ...
Greensburg Central rolls past Carmichaels By Paul Schofield
What Carmichaels baseball coach Dickie Krause feared the most entering the WPIAL Class A playoffs last week showed in the quarterfinals Tuesday at Latrobe.
Krause said ...
Carmichaels pitcher stifles Freeport offense By Bill Beckner Jr.
Talk about small ball.
Putting Freeport in mind of one of its top pitchers from the recent past, Carmichaels senior pitcher Erica Burns — all 5-foot of her — stood tall for the Mikes just like 5-foot-2 Alyssa Meta once did for the Yellowjackets.
“They’re very similar players,” Freeport coach Sam Ross ...
Focused Frazier shuts out Carmichaels By Jeremy Sellew
With new goals and new focus.
After coming off an emotional loss to Beth-Center last week, that’s how the Frazier Commodores are going about their ...
HS highlight reel: New members join WPIAL committees By Tribune-Review
The WPIAL steering committees received a number of newcomers for this school year, a list that included five additions for the fall sports seasons.
Knoch principal Todd Trofimuk (soccer), Carmichaels superintendent John Menhart (football), South Park coach Chuck Correll (tennis), Seneca Valley AD Heather Lewis (field hockey/girls lacrosse) ...
Graduation leaves lots of holes to fill for Carmichaels By Brian Graham
Hearing Carmichaels coach Ryan Krull describe the upcoming season, one never would guess that he lost eight graduates who played prominent roles.
The Mikes lost four offensive linemen, a 1,600-yard passer, 900-yard rusher and a 900-yard receiver. Krull said he is more than up to the task of filling a roster.
Breaking down the WPIAL baseball championships By Compiled By Chris Harlan
Baldwin vs. Seneca Valley
5 p.m. Wednesday, Consol Energy Park
No. 2 Baldwin (16-2)
Coach: Dan Caponi
No. Name Pos. Yr.
21 Nick Bernick SS Sr.
24 Morgan Schmitt 1B Jr.
9 Tom McCarthy 3B Sr.
20 Alex ...
Guido: Nicknames more than just school rally point By George Guido
Monday’s opening-round WPIAL Class A baseball game between Springdale and Carmichaels was one of the few high school games these days in which industries in the school districts’ regions led to the teams’ nicknames.
There was a time when many schools in and around the WPIAL drew nicknames from ...
Springdale baseball team loses in 1st round of WPIAL Class A playoffs By George Guido
Six errors proved to be the undoing for Springdale on Monday afternoon in a WPIAL Class A baseball playoff opener at Mt. Pleasant.
Of the first eight runs Carmichaels scored, six were unearned, and the Mikes rolled to a 10-2 victory.
“I’ll take any runs we can get,” Carmichaels coach Scott ...
New coach part of Carmichaels family By Dave Mackall
It could be a case of “like father-in-law, like son-in-law” for Carmichaels in 2013.
The Mighty Mikes, with former assistant Ryan Krull succeeding his father-in-law, ...
High school notebook: Hempfield hires boys basketball coach By Staff Reports
The Hempfield Area School Board on Monday hired Mark Marino, an assistant basketball coach at NCAA Division III Lycoming College in Williamsport the past five years, as the district’s new boys basketball coach at a salary of $7,955.
Marino, 34, replaces Jim Nesser, whose contract was not renewed after he compiled ...