Armstrong High Schools hires spring sports coaches By Gary Horvath
The coaching staff for the first season of Armstrong High School athletics is complete.
River Hawks spring coaches were announced at Monday’s school board meeting, with all but one hire coming from the staffs of Kittanning and Ford City, which are merging to form the Armstrong school district.
Shauna Troup was ...
Leader Times notebook: Armstrong’s spring teams heading south By Matt Grubba
While many of the new school’s other teams will go west, Armstrong’s spring teams are headed south.
The WPIAL unveiled sections for 2016 spring sports earlier this week, and the Riverhawks’ baseball and softball teams are scheduled for plenty of trips into and through Westmoreland County during their inaugural seasons.
Armstrong baseball ...
Guido: Long road trips await Armstrong teams next spring By George Guido
The new Armstrong High School spring sports teams ought to get away game buses with plenty of traveling music piped in.
Some long road trips will be in the offing as the Riverhawks make their 2016 debut, particularly in baseball and softball.
Armstrong was placed in spring sports sections Monday night ...
Kittanning softball team defeats Ford City in teams’ final meeting By George Guido
Kittanning won the final girls athletic event against Ford City, 9-6, on Tuesday in a Section 3-AA softball game at Manorville Field.
The victory pushed the Wildcats one game over .500 (8-7, 7-6).
Kittanning will face West Shamokin at home Wednesday in the softball program’s final game. Both schools will combine July ...
Big 2nd inning proves just enough for Sabers By Matt Grubba
It took less than two innings for a game between Armstrong neighbors to hit its turning point.
Ford City scored four times and batted around in the second inning after West Shamokin left the bases loaded in the top half, and that swing led to the Sabers grabbing a 6-3 Section ...
High school notebook: Final Kittanning-Ford City game rescheduled By Matt Grubba
The Kittanning/Ford City rivalry now is scheduled for a swan song under the lights.
The nonsection baseball matchup between the Wildcats and Sabers, which is the final scheduled meeting between the schools in any sport, has been moved to a 7 p.m. start May 5 at Kelly Automotive Park in Butler.