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Bonelli, Vikings make big points in playoff rematch with Frazier

By Bill Beckner Jr.
Megan Bonelli not only is a senior leader on the basketball court for Apollo-Ridge, but she also has been a standout kicker for the football ...
Freshmen playing key role in Frazier girls’ quest for Section 4-AA title
By Dave Mackall
A youth movement continued this season at Frazier following an encouraging year that ended with a trip to the WPIAL girls basketball playoffs in 2015. With ...
Frazier basketball’s Olexa, born missing three fingers, makes no excuses
By Les Harvath
While his name may not always appear in the scoring column, nor might his name appear in the sentence noting game scoring honors, Frazier senior ...
Frazier wins rare weekday morning game over West Greene
By Jason Black
For the Frazier boys basketball team, starting slowly in games has been a bit of an issue this season. On Wednesday morning, in a game played ...
Miceli’s 41 buries Frazier; Hounds maul J-M
By Jeff Oliver
At halftime of Charleroi Area’s Sec. 5-AA game with rival Frazier, the Cougars trailed 31-29. Frazier’s Caleb Cox was having a field day in the first ...
Balanced Cougars shoot down Frazier
By Jeff Oliver
The Charleroi Cougars knocked off visiting Frazier, 65-51, in a battle of Sec. 5-AA contenders Monday night. Charleroi (5-0, 2-0) remains tied for first with Washington ...
Frazier boys basketball to feature experience, depth
By Dave Stofcheck
Frazier basketball coach Ed Keebler might be looking to borrow a page from the football team’s playbook. The Commodores football team won a section title for the first time in 32 years and advanced to the WPIAL semifinals. Frazier’s basketball team last won a section crown in 1990. “Our goal right now ...
Frazier football well represented in all-conference honors
By Staff Reports
Ten Frazier football players earned All-Tri County South Conference honors for their play this season. The Commodores won the Tri-County South title and finished with an 11-1 record, including a pair of victories in the WPIAL Class A playoffs. Those receiving all-conference honors are seniors Tim Broadwater (TE/LB), Caleb ...
Frazier girls expect success under 2nd-year coach
By Dave Stofcheck
Second-year coach Ken Poling already sees a big difference in his Frazier girls basketball squad from a year ago. “We have a lot more offense than last year,” Poling said. “We couldn’t make shots last year. We were a team that hustled. This year we’re going to hustle and be able ...
Frazier cross country star gets kick out of running
By Les Harvath
Heading into the Fayette County Cross Country Championship meet Oct. 15 on the Penn State Fayette campus course, Frazier junior Nyoah Marteny was a decided ...
Oliver: Clairton a real-life video game
By Jeff Oliver
Less than two minutes were gone in the contest and Frazier found itself trailing Clairton, 16-0, in their WPIAL Class A semifinal game at Elizabeth ...
Special teams scores lead Clairton in rout of Frazier
By Jason Black
There was plenty of hype surrounding Frazier’s stifling defense vs. Clairton’s explosive offense coming into Friday’s WPIAL Class A semifinal showdown at Elizabeth Forward. However, ...
Powerful Clairton blocks Frazier’s path to title game
By Jason Black
The Frazier football team is having a season most teams dream about. The Commodores are 11-0 and have advanced to the WPIAL Class A semifinals for ...
DC Picks: Frazier the pick all season, so why stop now?
By Tribune-Review
Last week: 3-1 Overall: 49-10 Thanks to the Frazier football team, DC Picks is riding high! By this time of the year, DC Picks has usually ...
Daily Courier Q&A: Frazier’s Cameron Roebuck
By Jason Black
Cameron Roebuck is a captain on the Frazier football team, and he’ll be called upon to have a big game when the fourth-seeded Commodores take ...
Steeber hopes for second bus ride to Pittsburgh
By Jeff Oliver
On Wednesday morning, Frazier football coach Mike Steeber was on a bus with students heading to Pittsburgh. The trip was a physics field trip for juniors ...
WPIAL Class A semifinal capsule: Clairton vs. Frazier
By Jason Black
Class A Semifinal No. 1 Clairton (11-0) vs. NO. 4 Frazier (11-0)   7:30 p.m. Friday at Elizabeth Forward There are seven undefeated football ...
Frazier, Clairton clash Friday in battle of unbeatens
By Jeff Oliver
The next stop for Frazier’s unbeaten football team is a clash with top-seeded defending WPIAL champion Clairton Friday night at Elizabeth Forward. Fourth-seeded Frazier and Clairton ...
Frazier ekes out 2nd straight 1-point comeback, beats Shenango
By Dave Stofcheck
Frazier’s Caleb Cox made the biggest play of his high school career Friday night. Then he followed it with another and added a couple more ...
Picking playoff winners
By Jeff Oliver
For Belle Vernon Area and Ringgold, the first round of the WPIAL Class AAA playoffs was simply a warm-up for things to come. For Frazier in Class A, it was drawing a line in the sand to show the Commodores mean business in football’s second season. For all three teams ...
Daily Courier Q&A: Frazier’s Timothy Broadwater
By Jason Black
A three-year player with the Frazier football team, senior tight end/linebacker Timothy Broadwater has played a big role in a number of Frazier victories in ...
DC Picks expects big effort from Frazier
By Dc Picks
Last week: 2-1 Overall: 46-9 It’s not often DC Picks still is picking football games in Week 11 of the high school season. While several of our local teams have success in the regular season on a consistent basis, success in the early rounds of the postseason has been ...
Greensburg Tribune-Review Q&A: Frazier’s Hunter Patterson
By Karen Price
Frazier quarterback Hunter Patterson played a role in all five touchdowns his team scored, including one in overtime, in Friday’s first-round WPIAL playoff win over ...
Frazier, Shenango football teams share similarities
By Jason Black
When the players from No. 4 Frazier and No. 5 Shenango look across the field at each other during Friday’s WPIAL Class A quarterfinal at ...
Playoff success rate motivates H.S. Picks
By H.s. Picks
The opening round of the WPIAL playoffs pretty much went as expected, and H.S. Picks benefited because of his years of knowledge about high school football. The Tribune-Review’s veteran football prognosticator correctly picked 35 of 40 games and improved his record to an impressive 341-59. He only missed three playoff games: Beaver ...
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