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Jeannette’s Batts honored in his final season, now looks to future

By Kristie Linden
Jeannette High School senior Julian Batts has received a few honors since this year’s basketball season came to a close — but he would have ...
Poth is in his final season as a Jayhawk
By Kristie Linden
Shawn Poth, a senior at Jeannette High School, has been an athlete of the week several times in both of his sports — baseball and ...
Jayhawks enter week in 3rd place
By Dave Moio
It’s a good thing Jeannette baseball has a good supply of pitching arms because the Jayhawks need to win and win often this week. Three crucial ...
Jeannette girls in 4th place this week
By Dave Moio
Takes about two billion years for pressure to transform a carbon-based mineral into a diamond. Took only a couple of weeks for pressure to transform ...
Jeannette grad Cortazzo, Seton Hill headed to PSAC playoffs
By Brian Knavish
They’ve already made history. Now they hope to make more. The Seton Hill University softball team — featuring Jeannette High School graduate Delaney Cortazzo in the ...
Jeannette softball looks to improve after week of rain-outs
By Dave Moio
Halfway through the Section 2 A schedule and the Jeannette Lady Jayhawks find themselves needing to play better to secure a WPIAL Class A playoff ...
Jeannette grad Cox finding place in Michigan State secondary
By Brian Knavish
When the college football season kicks off in the fall, Demetrious Cox will almost assuredly be in the starting lineup for Michigan State. The question ...
High school notebook: Franklin Regional coach, wrestlers honored nationally
By Tribune-Review
Franklin Regional wrestling coach Eric Mausser on Tuesday was named the All-USA Wrestling Coach of the Year by USA Today. The eighth-year coach led the Panthers to a second straight PIAA title. He also coached five state finalists, including All-USA first-team selections Spencer Lee and Michael Kemerer and ...
Jayhawks in 4th place entering this week
By Dave Moio
Jeannette baseball finished last week on an upswing after a section win over Geibel Catholic, but started the week with back-to-back losses to Monessen and ...
Jeannette grad Cortazzo happy with move to Seton Hill
By Brian Knavish
There’s no arguing it. Delaney Cortazzo is a good softball player, excelling at a level she’s played throughout her life. Now, the Jeannette High School ...
Pitching helps Jeannette baseball open season strong
By Dave Moio
Jeannette baseball and its chief ambassador, head coach Marcus Clarkson, have a good feeling so far in 2015. Last Thursday, the Jayhawks won their Section 2A ...
Jeannette softball starts section play strong
By Dave Moio
After two weeks of indoor practices, game cancellations and a nagging desire to see a different colored uniform on the softball diamond, the Jeannette Lady ...
Jeannette U-10 soccer team wins 5th tournament
By Dave Moio
The Jeannette U-10 Soccer Club will continue playing next tournament season and beyond, but may never again repeat the success that the current group of players, half of whom are moving up to play U-12, has achieved. Jeannette capped off this year’s tournament season in late March with a fifth ...
Jeannette’s Hall impressing early as freshman at Carlow
By Brian Knavish
As a freshman pitcher on a college softball team with a deep pitching staff, Nicole Hall has to be patient and wait for her chances. Last ...
Jeannette softball looking for 3rd straight section title
By Dave Moio
Zac Karas enters his second season as head coach of the Jeannette Lady Jayhawks softball program looking to build upon the success of last season ...
Jeannette baseball welcomes large roster
By Dave Moio
Jeannette baseball began its 2015 campaign last week with two non-section games, one loss and one win, and a large roster of 21 players, some vying for starting positions in the everyday, section lineup. Jayhawks’ head coach Marcus Clarkson has never had so many players to sort out, but likes that ...
Jeannette grad looks forward to final collegiate wrestling season
By Brian Knavish
Now the focus shifts to next season. After falling in the NCAA Division I national championship tournament last month, Michael DePalma’s junior wrestling season has come ...
Greensburg Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Jeannette’s Tony Mash, Hempfield’s Morgan Ryan
By Andrew John
Tony Mash School: Jeannette Sport: Baseball Year: Senior Claim to fame: Mash, after striking out the first 10 batters he faced, finished with 14 strikeouts ...
Jeannette grad frustrated after 0-2 performance at NCAA wrestling tournament
By Brian Knavish
There may be a time when Michael DePalma can look back at the 2014-15 wrestling season and recognize the positives. Positives like winning 21 matches, ...
Jeannette grad Gregory wraps sophomore season at UNC-Charlotte
By Brian Knavish
The season is over, but there’s a lot more to come for Ciara Gregory. The University of North Carolina-Charlotte women’s basketball team, featuring Gregory, a sophomore, ...
Jeannette’s season ends with loss against Farrell
By Dave Moio
Jeannette’s first season in the WPIAL Class A ended last Friday at Hempfield High School in the first round of the PIAA playoff tournament after ...
Farrell routs Jeannette, 76-55 in PIAA Class A 1st-round game
By George Guido
The Farrell Steelers have won seven PIAA basketball titles in their glorious history, but none since 1972. The way Farrell played Friday, the Steelers could ...
Beistel overcomes nerves, 1st-round opponent at PIAA Class AA tournament
By Paul Schofield
HERSHEY — Southmoreland junior Jacob Beistel grabbed his stomach during his first-round match at the PIAA Class AA wrestling championships Thursday at Giant Center. It wasn’t ...
Jeannette’s Sunder, Carlow men focusing on future after tough 1st season
By Brian Knavish
The season is in the books for first-ever Carlow University men’s basketball team, which includes Jeannette High School graduate Miles Sunder. It was a rough one, ...
Jayhawks finish 2nd in the WPIAL, ready for state title run
By Dave Moio
Playing at the “Pete” wasn’t exactly as exciting as it seems on television when the noise and chaos of the Oakland Zoo creates one of ...

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