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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 …
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Thomas Jefferson’s Alexis Yanief, OLSH’s Cameron Johnson
By Brian Graham
Alexis Yanief School: Thomas Jefferson Year: Senior Sport: Basketball Claim to fame: Yanief scored 26 points and went over 1,000 points for her career in …
Trailing top-ranked team in state provides motivation for OLSH boys
By Ed Phillipps
Midway through the season, the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart boys basketball team is second in its section and looking up at the top team in not only the WPIAL, but the state. The Chargers are right where they want to be. On Jan. 14, OLSH separated itself from …
West Shamokin volleyball team’s upset bid against OLSH falls short
By Matt Grubba
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart was six points from a easy win, but West Shamokin wasn’t going down without making a stand. The sixth-seeded Wolves scored the final 11 points to take the third set and surged ahead in the fourth before No. 3 OLSH settled down to claim …
Serra nips OLSH in OT to reach boys soccer semifinals
By Robert Stinner
The Serra Catholic boys soccer team lost only three games in the regular season. The Eagles came into Thursday night’s WPIAL Class A quarterfinal matchup …
Gorman: Growth spurt lets OLSH star reach new heights
By Tribune-Review
Cameron Johnson didn’t just hit a growth spurt when he shot up at least four inches over the past year. The Our Lady of the Sacred Heart basketball star saw his game soar to new heights, too. Johnson started his junior season as a 6-foot-2, 165-pound point guard. He now …
Trib Cup: OLSH girls volleyball team again leading Section 4
By Alex Oltmanns
After rolling through last regular season undefeated, the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart girls volleyball team again finds itself atop the WPIAL Section 4-A standings. But coach Mike McDonald is not getting complacent. After losing a close match in last year’s WPIAL semifinals to Bishop Canevin, he is pushing …
OLSH looks to bounce back from injury-riddled campaign
By Kevin Ritchart
Last season was a tough one for head coach Bill Daniels and his team. Our Lady of the Sacred Heart finished the campaign — one that saw the list of injured players get longer each week — with a 1-8 record. The Chargers’ lone victory of came in the second …
Western Beaver beats OLSH to earn Class A title
By Adam Bittner
Chad Miller said he’d been waiting for the water cooler bath all season. The Western Beaver coach finally got it when his team won the …
Breaking down the WPIAL baseball championships
By Compiled By Chris Harlan
Here’s a look at the WPIAL baseball championship games: Class AAAA Seneca Valley vs. North Allegheny 8 p.m., Wednesday, Consol Energy Park Seneca Valley (18-3) …
W.Pa. roundup: OLSH boys improve to 8-1
By Staff Reports
Led by Cameron Johnson’s 21 points, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart defeated South Side Beaver, 68-35, on Wednesday night in a nonsection contest. Nick …
High school roundup: Sewickley Academy boys soccer team stays unbeaten
By Doug Gulasy
J.P. Bowells scored a hat trick as the Sewickley Academy boys soccer team blanked Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, 4-0, Saturday at Nichols Field. The victory capped a perfect week for the Panthers (8-0, 5-0), who also beat Beaver County Christian, 2-0, and South Side Beaver, 9-0, in section …
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart hoping third year is a charm
By Doug Gulasy
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart coach Bill Daniels hopes year three is the charm for the Chargers to make the playoffs. The young program …

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