Leader Times roundup: West Shamokin girls topple Shady Side Academy By Staff Reports
West Shamokin used a fast start to post its first section victory of the season.
Andrea Orlosky scored 17 points as the Wolves downed Shady Side Academy, 48-39, in Section 2-AA action to snap their two-game losing streak. Katie Glover added 11 points for West Shamokin.
Sarah Hacke and Caroline Benec scored ...
West Shamokin bracing for move to District 6 By Jerin Steele and William Whalen
When West Shamokin athletics officials were contemplating whether to leave the WPIAL for the Heritage Conference and District 6, there were two major factors that ...
West Shamokin girls volleyball completes memorable season By Jerin Steele
The West Shamokin girls volleyball team accomplished plenty this season, but on Saturday the Wolves ran into a Fort LeBoeuf team that has been a volleyball juggernaut for the past five years.
Fort LeBoeuf, the District 10 champion, swept West Shamokin, 3-0, in the PIAA Class AA quarterfinals at Slippery Rock. ...
Leader Times roundup: West Shamokin volleyball advances in state playoffs By Staff Reports
West Shamokin moved up to Class AA in girls volleyball last season, and the Wolves achieved a milestone at the level Tuesday.
Katie Glover had a match-high 17 kills as WPIAL runner-up West Shamokin beat District 9 champion Bradford, 3-0, in the first round of the PIAA playoffs at DuBois. It ...
West Shamokin Wolves headed to Heritage Conference By Brad Pedersen
A normally empty board room at West Hills Intermediate School was full of West Shamokin parents, coaches and fans on Monday for the school board’s final vote on moving the Wolves from the WPIAL’s District 7 to District 6 in the Heritage Conference next year.
And while almost everyone was decked ...
West Shamokin High School looks to leave WPIAL By Brad Pedersen
West Shamokin High School’s athletics could be moving all of its sports from the WPIAL’s District 7 to District 6 in the Heritage Conference next year.
“We want to be able to play closer to home and cut back our travel,” said Principal Steven Shutters. “In our current conference, the teams ...
Glover’s 27 kills vault West Shamokin to WPIAL title game By Jerin Steele
Through the first two rounds of the WPIAL playoffs, West Shamokin coach Dan Spencer hadn’t seen his team play its best volleyball.
Led by a stellar performance from Katie Glover, the Wolves found their “A” game Thursday night, and with it came a berth in the WPIAL Class AA finals.
Teamwork pays off for West Shamokin in 3-0 win over Central Valley By Jerin Steele
West Shamokin girls volleyball players wear shirts that say “We Not Me” in pregame warmups.
Coach Dan Spencer said the girls came up with the idea because they’ve been playing together a long time and wanted to show solidarity.
The Wolves worked well as a team Tuesday night. The middle hitters and ...
Apollo-Ridge beats West Shamokin to clinch playoff spot By Jerin Steele
After being held to just 12 yards rushing in the first quarter and 64 yards at halftime, Duane Brown wasn’t worried. He knew his team just needed to get into a rhythm.
Once Apollo-Ridge got rolling, Brown started scoring and didn’t stop.
Brown scored seven touchdowns, including four in the third ...
Strong serves lead No. 2 West Shamokin to 1st-round win By Anthony Meier
West Shamokin volleyball cruised past Waynesburg in Thursday’s WPIAL Class AA first-round playoff match at Norwin.
Sweeping the 15th-seeded Raiders (14-4), 25-9, 25-18, 25-11, the second-seeded Wolves (11-0) continued a strong campaign, having yet to concede a set in 11 straight matches.
“It was a game of serving and serve-reception,” West ...