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Frazier gets nine on T-C South squad

By Jeff Oliver
Frazier and Beth-Center dominated the Tri-County South All-Conference Team with nine and 10 players selected, respectively. It should come as no surprise that the two teams ...
Frazier grad Poling set to coach school’s girls basketball team
By Jason Black
Ken Poling is switching whistles. Poling has been a high school basketball official for several seasons. But this year, instead of whistling fouls on players, he’ll ...
‘Uncharacteristic’ Frazier ousted by South Side Beaver, 26-12
By Jeff Oliver
Playing what their coach called an “uncharacteristic game,” Frazier was bounced from the first round of the WPIAL Class A playoffs Friday by visiting South ...
Scouting Franklin Regional, S.S. Beaver
By Jeff Oliver
Belle Vernon Area will hit the road and Frazier will be home when the WPIAL football playoffs kick off Friday. In Class AAA, BVA (5-4) goes ...
H.S. Picks hunting for perfect costume
By H.s. Picks
This is the best time of the year for H.S. Picks, the Tribune-Review’s high school football prognosticator. Picks loves Halloween, and he’s been busy deciding what costume he’s going to wear Friday for the first round of the WPIAL playoffs. Picks, who is trying to avoid candy this holiday, was considering ...
WPIAL playoffs have been tough on teams from Allegheny, Tri-County South
By Chris Harlan
There’s one sure way to fix the reputation of the Tri-County South, said coaches from the Class A conference. “You’ve got to win some ball games ...
Frazier struggles to find answers against Shenango in WPIAL volleyball quarterfinals
By Dave Whipkey
With an undefeated record, conference title and a win in the first round of the WPIAL Class A volleyball tournament in hand over Carlynton last week, Frazier coach Mandy Hartman had more than enough reason to believe the Commodores stood a strong chance to move forward in their quest for ...
Connellsville, Laurel Highlands will open WPIAL playoffs on the road
By Staff Reports
The WPIAL released its playoff football brackets Monday night, and all 32 first-round games will be played at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Connellsville, Mt. Pleasant, Frazier and Laurel Highlands qualified for the postseason. As expected, Connellsville and Laurel Highlands will open the playoffs on the road against top-seeded teams. Mt. Pleasant and Frazier ...
Penn-Trafford earns No. 2 seed, will play Fox Chapel in 1st round of WPIAL playoffs
By Paul Schofield
Undefeated Penn-Trafford was rewarded the No. 2 seed by the WPIAL football committee Monday at the annual pairings meeting. The WPIAL announced the first-round pairings ...
Frazier wards off California, 34-12
By Kyle Pillar
No. 7 Frazier (8-1, 7-1) finished the regular season on a high note, rolling to a 34-12 victory over California on Friday night in Tri-County South action. In a penalty-filled game, it was dual-threat freshman Alvin Ross who led the Commodores to second-place finish in the conference. On the second play of ...
Maples’ Rush runs over California
By The Valley Independent
Dylan Rush ran for 141 yards and three touchdowns as Mapletown rolled over visiting California Area, 41-16, in a Class A Tri-County South contest. Adam Hein added touchdown runs of 10, 1 and 47 yards for the Maples (6-2, 6-2), who held a 35-0 lead going into the final quarter. California (1-6, ...
Frazier volleyball rallies past Geibel in playoff tune-up
By Jason Black
If Thursday’s Section 5-A volleyball match between Geibel and visiting Frazier doesn’t help to prepare both teams for the upcoming WPIAL playoffs, nothing will. In front ...
Daily Courier Q&A: Frazier’s Bret Poling
By Jason Black
Frazier junior Bret Poling has been a key part of the Commodores’ success this season, particularly on defense. Poling, who plays middle linebacker, had ...
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 ...
B-C outslugs Frazier
By Jeff Oliver
Going into Friday’s Tri-County South Conference showdown, both Frazier and Beth-Center stood atop the mountain with perfect records. And there is ever only room for one ...
Brawl mars Beth-Center’s win over Frazier
By Jeff Oliver
Going into Friday’s Tri-County South showdown, both Frazier and Beth-Center stood atop the mountain with perfect records. And there is only room for one at the ...
Frazier, B-C fight to hold on to their ‘0’ in loss column
By Jeff Oliver
Somebody’s “0” has got to go. That’s the case Friday night when Frazier (5-0, 4-0) hosts Beth-Center (5-0, 4-0) in not only the game of the Tri-County South season, but possibly of Friday’s entire WPIAL schedule. The teams know each other very well as the Bulldogs have won the conference ...
Allegheny Conference teams cause struggles for H.S. Picks
By H.s. Picks
H.S. Picks bounced back from one of his worst weeks of his career. The Tribune-Review’s high school football prognosticator went 37-7 in Week 5 of the season, which improved his record to 164-38 (.812) for the season. Picks said stopping off at his favorite food establishment — any place that serves ...
Valley Independent roundup: Frazier rolls over Leechburg in warmup for showdown with Beth-Center
By The Valley Independent
The Frazier Commodores prepped for next week’s showdown for first place in the Tri-County South Conference with Beth-Center by belting host Leechburg, 48-12, in a non-conference game. The Commodores (5-0, 4-0) raced out to a 41-12 halftime lead on the strength of four second quarter touchdowns. Hunter Patterson threw two TD passes ...
Frazier routs Leechburg for 5th straight win
By Dave Yohe
Frazier had no intention of relinquishing its ranked status in a nonconference game Friday night against Leechburg. The Class A No. 9 Commodores (5-0) rolled to a 48-12 victory over host Leechburg on Friday at Veterans  Memorial Field. “We did execute and made big plays. We got some big chunks of yardage,” ...
Daily Courier Q&A: Frazier’s Hunter Patterson
By Jason Black
As a first-year starter at quarterback, Frazier  junior Hunter Pattterson has helped the Commodores soar to the top of the Tri-County South Conference standings with ...
Commodores third-set rally sparks win over Gators
By Jason Black
A battle of two undefeated volleyball teams turned on a dime in the third set, as Frazier stared down three straight game points and eventually ...
Frazier’s Patterson Player of the Week
By Jeremy Sellew
It’s rare for a two-quarterback system to be successful. But not at Frazier High School. The Commodores’ offense has flourished as the team has averaged 38 points ...
Frazier’s Turek a 50-year fixture as local cross country, track coach
By Rachel Basinger
When you love something, it’s hard to give it up. At least that’s the case for Joseph Turek. At 71, Turek is celebrating his 50th year of ...
Patterson throws five TD passes  in Frazier romp
By The Valley Independent
Frazier picked up a huge Tri-County South Conference road win Friday, dusting off Mapletown, 39-14. Frazier (4-0, 4-0) broke open a 7-0 game with 26 points in the second quarter for a 33-7 halftime lead over the Maples (2-2, 2-2). Hunter Patterson threw five touchdown passes, all in the first half. Patterson connected ...

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