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Burrell moves step closer to 10th WPIAL title in row

By William Whalen
Top-seeded Burrell took another step in its decade of dominance — and a 10th consecutive WPIAL Class AA team wrestling championship — as the Bucs ...
Southmoreland boys put mistakes in past as postseason looms
By Jasper Wilson
With three games remaining before playoffs begin, the Southmoreland boys basketball team occupies third place in Section 3-AAA and appears on the way to a second consecutive WPIAL postseason appearance. But with single-elimination play approaching, one particular negative aspect of the Scotties’ performances over the past two months has persisted. …
Southmoreland’s Griffiths moves up in weight, remains dominant
By Kevin Lohman
It takes a talented wrestler to maintain the same level of success while moving up a weight class. To move up two weight classes and ...
Southmoreland sports roundup
By Tribune-Review
Southmoreland’s boys basketball team is off to a solid start to the season and Brandon Stone is a big reason why and that’s not only ...
Southmoreland girls win thriller against Mt. Pleasant
By Jason Black
Having played three overtime contests in their first five games of the season, the Southmoreland girls basketball team is no stranger to games that come ...
Late basket lifts Southmoreland girls to victory over Mt. Pleasant
By Jason Black
Having played three overtime contests in their first five games of the season, the Southmoreland girls basketball team is no stranger to games that come ...
Southmoreland’s Porter starts season fast
By Paul Paterra
Olivia Porter has set some lofty goals for herself and her teammates on the Southmoreland girls basketball squad this season. The season is in its early ...
Southmoreland keeps basketball program moving forward
By Paul Paterra
It’s obvious the Southmoreland boys basketball team has come a long way in a short span of time. Last season, Southmoreland amassed an impressive 18-6 record and qualified for the WPIAL playoffs before losing to perennial power Hampton. This came one season after Southmoreland had won just two games in ...
Southmoreland Sports Roundup - Girls basketball team wins tip-off tournament title
By Tribune-Review 4:33 p.m.
There are some high hopes surrounding the Southmoreland girls basketball team this season and whichever of those hopes may be achieved could very well be ...
Southmoreland boys basketball team has high hopes
By Paul Paterra
It’s obvious the Southmoreland boys basketball team has come a long way in a short span of time. Last season’s Scotties team amassed an impressive 18-6 ...
Southmoreland girls basketball team primary goal: playoffs
By Paul Paterra
Southmoreland girls basketball coach Brian Pritts has a defined goal for this season’s team: Make the playoffs. The Scotties have not qualified for the postseason in Pritts’ second stint as coach — he’s in his fourth season after returning to the post — but have been knocking on the door in ...
Southmoreland girls basketball team sets playoffs as goal
By Paul Paterra
Southmoreland girls basketball Coach Brian Pritts has a pretty defined goal for this year’s team — make the playoffs. The Scotties have not qualified for the ...
Southmoreland's Bunner signs letter of intent with RMU softball
By Paul Paterra
Southmoreland senior Briana Bunner is on a bit of a roll of late. In the summer she was named first-team all-state in Class AAA in softball ...
Southmoreland’s Bunner commits to play softball at RMU
By Jason Black
It has been a whirlwind year for Briana Bunner. In the spring, the Southmoreland senior was selected as an all-state outfielder after helping the Southmoreland softball ...
Southmoreland football season reviews lukewarm
By Mark King
The Southmoreland Scotties wrapped up the 2015 varsity football season Oct. 25, but head coach Mark Adams and his staff have already set their sights ...
Southmoreland’s Bickerton earns 2nd straight PIAA medal
By Trib Total Media
For the second straight year, Southmoreland’s Ben Bickerton earned a medal at the PIAA cross Country meet, held Nov. 7 in Hershey. Bickerton placed 20th out ...
Southmoreland quartet geared up for state XC meet
By Jason Black
Saturday, the best cross country runners in the state will converge in Hershey to race in the PIAA championships. Taking part will be a quartet ...
Southmoreland runners qualify for PIAA cross country meet
By Paul Paterra
Southmoreland High School’s cross country success continues to grow incrementally with each passing year. In 2012, Riley Beistel qualified for the PIAA championship meet as a freshman. In 2013, Beistel was joined in qualifying for the meet in Hershey by teammate Ben Bickerton. In 2014, freshman Kaylee Farino joined Bickerton and Beistel ...
Southmoreland football loses season finale
By Mark King
The Mt. Pleasant Vikings came to Alverton Oct. 30 looking to accomplish a couple of goals. The first goal was to avenge their loss to Aliquippa ...
Mt. Pleasant cruises to rivalry win at Southmoreland
By Les Harvath
Even though Mt. Pleasant already had clinched second place in the Class AA Interstate Conference and home field in the first round of the WPIAL ...
Daily Courier Q&A: Southmoreland’s Doug Leighty
By Jason Black
This season, the Southmoreland football team had high hopes of breaking through to the WPIAL Class AA playoffs for the first time in 36 years. ...
DC Picks: Looking to continue strong finish after perfect week
By Tribune-Review
Last Week: 6-0 Overall: 39-8 Throughout the middle of the high school football season, DC Picks went through a couple of down weeks. ...
‘Toss the records out’ for annual meeting between Mt. Pleasant, Southmoreland
By Jason Black
When it comes to playoff implications, there isn’t much on the line in Friday’s game between Mt. Pleasant and host Southmoreland. The Vikings are locked ...
Washington rolls to shutout win over Southmoreland
By Mark King
The Washington High School Little Prexies wasted little time in showing the Southmoreland football team and their fans why they are ranked third in Class ...
Undefeated Washington awaits Southmoreland
By Mark King
Rebuild or reload? Any high school football coach would love to just reload season after each season. For Washington High School head Coach Mike Bosnic, reloading has been the norm rather than the exception for the past several seasons. And this year has been no different. Bosnic and the Little Prexies ...
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