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Big inning carries Frazier in statement game

By Jeff Oliver
In the first inning of a showdown between the top two team in Section 2-A softball, Frazier coach Paul Harvey couldn’t believe what he was ...
Jump in competition has helped Frazier prepare for WPIAL postseason
By Karen Price
Frazier softball coach Paul Harvey wasn’t sure what to expect with five teams gone and three new teams joining Section 2-A this season. Greensburg Central Catholic ...
Mt. Pleasant, Frazier seniors to play in Roundball Classic
By Jason Black
When Mt. Pleasant’s Alexa Szelong and Frazier’s Cassidy Guiser walked off the court at the end of the 2014-15 high school basketball season, both seniors ...
Frazier track low on numbers, not talent
By Dave Stofcheck
Frazier’s track and field numbers keep dropping, but coach Zach Keefer thinks there’s something to be said for quality, not just quantity. The Commodores don’t ...
Return of 5 starters boosts prospects of Frazier baseball team
By Dave Stofcheck
The weather might not be cooperating as much as Craig Kordich would like, but he and his Frazier baseball squad are making the best of it. “We’re a hard-working bunch, and right now the kids are really receptive,” Kordich said. “We’re hoping to go at it full tilt once we get ...
Frazier softball optimistic heading into season
By Jason Black
Seeking their sixth straight trip to the WPIAL playoffs, the Frazier girls softball team will enter the season with a wealth of experience and could ...
Spring teams making most of indoor practices until weather breaks
By Jason Black
Although the calendar says it still is winter, spring has arrived for high school baseball, softball, track and boys tennis. Monday was the first official day ...
Carlynton ousts Frazier girls basketball team from WPIAL Class AA playoffs
By Jason Black
For the first half of Tuesday’s WPIAL Class AA first-round girls playoff basketball game between Frazier and Carlynton, neither team could find offensive rhythm. The teams struggled to scored, and it was anybody’s game at halftime. But in the second half, Carlynton left little doubt as to which team would advance. The ...
Behind stout front line, Ford City rallies past Frazier
By Matt Grubba
It was clear Ford City had an advantage inside against Frazier, but the Sabers nearly wasted that edge. Brandon Heilman scored 19 points and grabbed 17 ...
Apollo-Ridge squanders 13-point lead, loses to Frazier
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Apollo-Ridge rallied late and nearly completed a thrilling comeback, but, as their coach lamented, the Vikings probably should not have been in that position after ...
Area basketball teams begin WPIAL playoffs this week
By Staff Reports
The WPIAL released its basketball playoff pairings Tuesday, and for several area teams, the wait to begin the postseason will be a short one. The Southmoreland, ...
Frazier boys basketball team dismisses Clairton, 64-58, in postseason tune-up
By Jason Black
With spots already locked up in the WPIAL playoffs, the Clairton and Frazier boys basketball teams had the opportunity to gauge their level of play ...
Frazier girls basketball team tops Carmichaels, keeps section title hopes alive
By Jason Black
Entering Monday’s Section 4-AA home game against Carmichaels, the Frazier girls basketball already knew it had locked up a spot in the WPIAL Class AA ...
Frazier girls making final push to claim program’s 2nd section championship
By Karen Price
Frazier girls basketball coach Ken Poling makes it a point to not bring up the possibility of winning a Section 4-AA title with his players. ...
4th quarter run, Arnold vault Cougars
By Jeff Oliver
The Charleroi Cougars and Frazier Commodores played a competitive, entertaining game in Section 4-AA Tuesday night. The difference in the game could have been a ...
Valley Independent roundup: Frazier girls nip Charleroi Area
By The Valley Independent
Frazier and Charleroi went into Monday’s Section 4-AA girls basketball game tied for second place, one game behind section leader Washington. Frazier (8-5, 6-2) walked out ...
Frazier moving ahead with wrestling program
By Jeff Oliver
The Frazier School District made a bit of sports history recently when three sophomore students participated in the Southmoreland wrestling tournament. Chad Kultiska, Dalton Kmetz and ...
Wrestling becomes popular sport for Frazier athletes
By Jeff Oliver
Frazier School District made a bit of sports history recently when three sophomore students participated in the Southmoreland wrestling tournament. Chad Kultiska, Dalton Kmetz and Tyler ...
Frazier Area girls show drive on course, in classroom
By Les Harvath
Their numbers are 1, 5 and 6, numbers which represent their positions on Frazier Area’s boys golf team. Their other numbers are 3, 11 and ...
Charleroi drops Frazier
By The Valley Independent
Charleroi Area and Brownsville share the early lead in Section 4-AA after the Cougars defeated host Frazier, 64-47, Tuesday. Charleroi (2-3, 2-0) took control of the ...
Seniors lead Frazier past Charleroi, 55-41
By Bill Hughes
Heading into Charleroi Area’s Section 4-AA tilt at Frazier Monday, head coach Joe Grodz knew his team would have its hands full. The Commodores, who return ...
Frazier boys basketball team to focus on defense
By Dave Stofcheck
Although his team’s lineup has been altered by graduation, Frazier boys basketball coach Ed Keebler doesn’t plan many changes. The Commodores again will focus ...
Frazier girls basketball team to rely on experienced trio
By Dave Stofcheck
Ken Poling hopes familiarity breeds success as he begins his first season in charge of Frazier’s girls basketball team. Poling replaces former coach Shara Zupanc, ...
Frazier, Beth-Center lead Tri-County South football 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 ...

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