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Farrell uses OT run to down Uniontown

By Ed Phillipps
Uniontown lost a PIAA Class AAA second-round shootout, falling 86-72 to Farrell on Tuesday night at Penn Hills High School. The Red Raiders’ Lyric Ellis …
Breaking down the PIAA boys basketball playoffs
By Compiled By Chris Harlan
Class AAAA WPIAL/City League: New Castle (26-0), Hampton (22-4), Kiski Area (17-6), North Allegheny (21-4), Bethel Park (18-6), Allderdice (21-4). Around the state: Philadelphia’s Roman …
Tuite scores 29 points to lead Chartiers Valley to 4th WPIAL title game in past 5 years
By Chris Harlan
This isn’t the tallest Chartiers Valley lineup or even the most talented in recent years. Yet, for the fourth time in five seasons, the Colts will visit …
Uniontown tops Elizabeth Forward to reach WPIAL semifinals
By Mark Kaboly
Elizabeth Forward coach Gerald Grayson and Uniontown coach Rob Kezmarsky agreed on one thing: Neither team had anything left to give. Elizabeth Forward rallied a …
Uniontown earns first-round win over Ambridge
By Staff Report
Uniontown used a 21-10 advantage in the third quarter to pull away from Ambridge and secure a 66-57 victory in the WPIAL Class AAA first round Tuesday at Bethel Park. Fifth-seeded Uniontown (20-1) will play No. 4 Elizabeth Forward on Friday at a site to be determined. Joe Campbell scored …
Triangular meet gets local swimmers ready for WPIAL championships
By Jason Black
Later this month, the top swimmers and divers from the area will compete in the WPIAL championships. But Monday, some of the finest swimmers and …
Uniontown boys wrap up Section 3-AAA title
By Jason Black
In a season packed with impressive wins, Tuesday’s triumph certainly will be one to remember for the Uniontown boys basketball team. Playing in front of …
Despite realignment, Daily Courier football teams staying put
By Staff Reports
The WPIAL’s Board of Control met Tuesday and released its conference realignments for the next two high school football seasons. Many of the changes were necessitated by changing enrollment figures. However, no local teams were moved from their current conferences. Connellsville will remain in the Quad East, along with Altoona, …
Undefeated Uniontown keeps rolling right along
By Gary Horvath
Since the start of last season, Uniontown has been taking its show on the road. Last season, the Red Raiders finished 17-4, 10-2 in Section …
Shaler’s Schwartz sets course record, defends title at WPIAL championships
By Gary Horvath
Her countless days of training, no matter the weather, have paid off. Shaler junior Brianna Schwartz battled through near-freezing temperatures and ran the best race …
DC Picks: Picks wants to end on positive note
By Last Week 7-0 Season 45-8
DC Picks had a strong performance in Week 8, and he’ll be looking to close the regular season with a bang with another slate of games. Each year, DC Picks likes to keep his losses to less than 10, so he doesn’t have much room for error in Week 9. …
Brashear, Uniontown coaches censured by WPIAL after soccer forfeits
By Jason Mackey
The Canon-McMillan boys soccer team did nothing wrong. That was the WPIAL Board of Control’s ruling following claims to the contrary from Brashear coach Abby Phillips, who questioned the Big Macs’ sportsmanship. Phillips pulled her team off the field 14 minutes, 27 seconds into an away game Sept. 24 and …
DC Picks ready for Week 8 games
By Last Week 5-2 Season 38-8
DC Picks enjoys this time of year for a number of reasons. The weather is cooler, the leaves are changing and high school football is in its stretch run. DC Picks can’t wait for a big slate of action in Week 8. Here’s the choices: Connellsville (1-6, 1-5) at Latrobe …
Uniontown seniors collect titles at Fayette County cross country meet
By Jason Black
Uniontown cross country runners Brady Guthrie and Julie Gerber had a little extra motivation heading into Thursday’s Fayette County Cross Country championships at Penn State …
Daily Courier Q&A: Uniontown’s Nate Guerriere
By Jason Black
Nate Guerriere is a starting tight end and linebacker for the Uniontown football team. In addition to football, Guerriere also has a deep love for …
Uniontown players develop through growing pains
By Dave Stofcheck
For Uniontown, the past two seasons have been full of growing pains. The Red Raiders have won just two games in each of the past …
don’t miss matchups in week 1
By Tribune-Review
Don’t-miss matchups in Week 1 …
Uniontown offense line to anchor attack
By Alex Oltmanns
It is a wide-spread belief in many football circles that the game is won and lost up front. If that still holds true, then Uniontown …
Tri-County all-star football game boasts local flavor
By Jason Black
Each year, some of the top high school graduates from Fayette, Westmoreland, Washington, Greene and Allegheny counties suit up and represent their schools one last …
Local players earn Section 2-AAA honors
By Staff Reports
Baseball players from Mt. Pleasant, Laurel Highlands and Uniontown received all-section honors in Section 2-AAA for their play this past season. Juniors Tyler Mellors and Luke Liprando of Mt. Pleasant were named first-team infielders, as was junior Nick Lancaster of Laurel Highlands. First-team outfielders include juniors Joey Paul and Mitch …
Southmoreland, Connellsville athletes fall short of PIAA medal stand
By Paul Schofield
SHIPPENSBURG — Southmoreland senior Emily Lessman, Connellsville junior Jacob Nichelson and the Southmoreland 3,200-meter girls relay team all hoped to bring home medals Friday from …
Area athletes gear up for PIAA track and field championships
By Jason Black
For a select few local high school track and field athletes, the countless hours of practice and preparation have paid off with a trip to …
Southmoreland relay team takes second at WPIAL track finals
By Jason Black
The Southmoreland girls 3,200 relay team certainly knows how to turn in a big effort on a big stage. On Thursday, Southmoreland’s Hannah Porter, Riley …
Ambridge girls top Uniontown
By Staff Report
Katie Fischer hit five 3-pointers and scored 18 points, and Kelly Haslett added 10 points and 10 rebounds as Ambridge (15-8) defeated Uniontown, 45-38, in a WPIAL Class AAA first-round playoff game Wednesday at Canon-McMillan High School. With the win, Ambridge advances to the quarterfinals and will play Hopewell on …
Greensburg Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Uniontown’s Jordan Pratt, California’s Courtnee McMasters
By Andrew John
Jordan Pratt School: Uniontown Year: Junior Sport: Basketball Claim to fame: Pratt scored 21 points to lead Uniontown (16-3, 10-2) to a 67-53 win against …

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