By Doug Gulasy
Burrell’s extended run of WPIAL championships means many sets of brothers had the opportunity to win a title.
However, no family has experienced the type of ...
Burrell girls awarded 3rd straight No. 2 seed By Doug Gulasy
Burrell coach Meghan Ziemianski admitted she didn’t know much about the Bucs’ two potential opponents for the first round of the WPIAL Class AA playoffs, but she has a plan for how she’s going to learn.
“It’s tradition,” said Ziemianski, whose team will play the winner of Saturday’s preliminary-round game between ...
Burrell bowlers eye tournaments By Jerin Steele
When Burrell bowler Tyler Merrick walks into Wildlife Lanes in Lower Burrell, his mood brightens.
“I call (Wildlife Lanes) my true home. I can be completely ...
A-K Valley roundup: Burrell girls boost resume with nonsection win By Staff Reports
Burrell plays a tough schedule for a reason: to get ready for the WPIAL girls basketball playoffs. And the Bucs are getting sharper with each win against upper-class teams.
Burrell, ranked No. 1 in Class AA since the weekend, picked up its fourth victory against a team from a higher ...
Alle-Kiski wrestling notebook: Worthing, Greenwald reach century mark By Doug Gulasy
The Westmoreland County Coaches Association tournament marked the turn of the century for a pair of Alle-Kiski Valley wrestlers.
Two seniors, Kiski Area’s Tyler Worthing and Burrell’s Damon Greenwald, earned their 100th career victories at the two-day tournament held at Franklin Regional.
Worthing earned his achievement in the quarterfinals, pinning Derry’s Deion ...
Guido: Burrell girls feeling right at home By George Guido
The Burrell girls basketball program’s 34-game home winning streak will be on the line Monday when the Bucs host Greensburg Central Catholic.
Burrell has not lost at home since Jan. 16, 2012, when the Bucs dropped a 53-38 decision to Deer Lakes.
What’s impressive about this streak is the fact Burrell ...
A-K Valley high school roundup: Burrell boys topple Freeport in Section 1 By Staff Reports
Don’t count Burrell out of the Section 1-AAA boys basketball playoff race just yet.
The Bucs made it three wins in their last four games as three players scored in double figures in a 59-43 win over Freeport on Tuesday night.
Brendan Lettrich led the way with 18 points, while Lucas Cable ...