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Greensburg Salem’s Claire Oberdorf named Greensburg Tribune-Review Softball Player of the Year

By Jason Mackey
Player of the Year Claire oberdorf greensburg salem, junior, shortstop Last year it was older sister Jayne, who’s now at Marist College in New York. …
Frazier’s 1969 basketball team to join Fayette County Hall
By Jason Black
Back in January, members of the 1969 Frazier boys basketball team came together to witness the raising of the team’s new WPIAL championship banner at …
Frazier’s 1969 basketball team to join Fayette County Hall
By Jason Black
In January, members of the 1969 Frazier boys’ basketball team came together to witness the raising of the team’s new WPIAL championship banner at Frazier …
After successful coaching careers, Salisbury, Dalton receive hall-of-fame honors
By Jason Black
Tom “Woody” Salisbury and Ed Dalton are two men who have had successful coaching careers on the high school gridiron, and both will be inducted into the Tri-County Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Saturday. Salisbury and Dalton will be recognized during halftime of the BeeGraphix All-Star Football Classic, …
Local grads to compete in BeeGraphix Football Classic
By Jason Black
A total of 10 local high school graduates will put on the pads and represent their respective high schools on the gridiron one last time …
Frazier’s Brown relaxed heading to PIAAs
By Jason Black
Frazier junior Matt Brown considers the PIAA Class AA Championships, which will be held Friday and Saturday at Shippensburg University, to be anything but pressure-packed. …
Burgettstown bats too much for Frazier softball
By Jason Black
Speed at the top of the lineup proved to be a big weapon for the Burgettstown softball team in Monday’s WPIAL Class A first-round playoff …
Frazier softball team ready for playoffs after hiatus
By Jason Black
The Frazier softball team, like every other playoff-bound Class A softball team in the WPIAL, is waiting. The Commodores wrapped up their regular season May …
Mt. Pleasant, Uniontown, Frazier learn softball playoff foes
By Staff Reports
The WPIAL has released its softball playoff pairings, and all area teams will play first-round games at 4 p.m. Thursday. Mt. Pleasant (9-7) finished as the third-place team in Section 4-AAA. The Vikings will play West Mifflin at Gateway High School. The Titans (16-2) are the first-place team from Section …
Frazier baseball team eliminated from playoff contention
By Jason Black
Coming off back-to-back shutout victories, the Frazier baseball team hoped to keep momentum rolling. But the Commodores’ modest two-game winning streak came to a halt …
Frazier’s Guiser among Class AA’s top sprinters
By Jason Black
There are plenty of motivating factors that have gone into what so far has been a very successful season for Frazier’s Cassidy Guiser. Guiser, a …
Monessen tops Frazier in 8 innings
By Jeff Oliver
In a game that will go a long way toward shaping the playoff picture in Section 2 A, it was fitting that the contest between …
Short-handed Frazier softball team falls to Carmichaels in key section matchup
By Jason Black
Playing without its regular starting battery, the Frazier softball team was no match for visiting Carmichaels on Monday in a battle for the top spot …
Frazier tennis players aid Brownsville team
By Jason Black
Frazier High School doesn’t have a varsity tennis team, but that doesn’t mean the school doesn’t have tennis players. For the third straight season, Frazier …
Greyhounds beat Frazier, 10-4, in 2-A opener
By Jeff Oliver
Monessen opened play in Section 2-A on a winning note, beating visiting Frazier, 10-4. The Greyhounds (2-3, 1-0) scored four runs in the first inning …
Geibel, Frazier players earn Section 4-A honors
By Staff Report
Geibel junior Karly Judy earned player of the year honors in Section 4-A for her performance during the 2013-14 girls basketball season. Judy, a guard, averaged 17.2 points per game. She also earned All-Fayette County honors this past season. In addition to her scoring, Judy averaged five steals and six …
Frazier track teams field large numbers
By Dave Stofcheck
With winter in the rearview mirror, Frazier’s track and field team can finally look forward to this season. “You can’t throw a javelin in the …
Small ball, clutch hitting carry Frazier to early section victory over Jefferson-Morgan
By Jason Black
Frazier softball coach Paul Harvey and Jefferson-Morgan coach Tony Barbetta each acknowledge that most games in Section 2-A this season will be a dogfight as …
Frazier softball has different look than last year’s 18-4 squad
By Jason Black
Coming off an 18-4 season that included two WPIAL Class A playoff victories, the Frazier softball team will be looking for another big season in …
Frazier baseball team a work in progress to begin season
By Dave Stofcheck
After losing five starters to graduation, the Frazier baseball team will have a starting lineup that will be a work in progress early in the …
Frazier, EF girls set to hit PIAA road
By Jeff Oliver
The Frazier and Elizabeth Forward girls’ basketball teams face not only tough draws against district champions, but long bus rides in their respective PIAA first …
After long layoff, Frazier, Mt. Pleasant girls set for PIAA tournament
By Jason Black
By the time the Mt. Pleasant and Frazier girls basketball teams take the court Saturday for PIAA first-round games, a full two weeks will have …
Breaking down the PIAA girls basketball playoffs
By Compiled By Jason Mackey
Class AAAA WPIAL/City League: Penn-Trafford (20-6), Hempfield (17-9), Fox Chapel (19-5), North Allegheny (22-2), Mt. Lebanon (16-6), Obama Academy (14-6) Around the state: Three of …
Spring teams make most of indoor time to start season
By Jason Black
Although the snow and cold temperatures say otherwise, Monday was the start of spring — at least when it comes to high school sports. Monday …
Frazier girls hold out hope of getting berth in PIAA playoffs
By Kevin Ritchart
Frazier girls basketball coach Shara Zupanc didn’t go into Saturday’s playoff game against Vincentian expecting to lose. “I hate when people say that,” Zupanc said after the Commodores were eliminated from the WPIAL Class A playoffs. “Everybody expects us to be nice and polite and happy to be here, but …

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