By William Whalen
School: Kiski Area
Report card: Ferraro has played every minute between the pipes for the Cavaliers this season. The 5-foot-8 ...
Signing day a formality for Freeport’s Thimons By Bill Beckner Jr.
The top-rated inside linebacker in the state never entertained scholarship opportunities with other colleges. There was no need to.
From the moment Logan Thimons accepted an ...
A-K Valley high school roundup: Freeport boys hold off Armstrong By Staff Reports
Freeport started out strong but found itself in a tight game late.
Behind a big effort by Kris Keppel and Josh Beale, the Yellowjackets got back on the winning track.
Keppel had a game-high 26 points, and Beale scored 22 to help Freeport slip past Armstrong, 68-65, in a nonsection boys basketball ...
Thimons’ return helps spark Highlands rally By Bill Beckner Jr.
Brayden Thimons was on “emergency only” duty Friday night for Highlands.
What constitutes an emergency? How about a double-digit deficit against Freeport?
We’re talking Code Red.
Back from a thumb injury from football that cost him a dozen games this season, Thimons returned to help boost a team already down one key ...
Balanced attack lifts improving Deer Lakes past Freeport By George Guido
Deer Lakes coach Terence Parham likes the improvement he sees in his team from the opening night of the season five weeks ago.
The Lancers parlayed that improvement into a 56-45 victory over host Freeport on Friday in Section 1-AAA action.
Zach Butler led three Deer Lakes scorers in double figures ...
A-K Valley roundup: Freeport’s Soilis reaches milestone in victory By Staff Reports
Freeport’s week of basketball milestones continued Thursday night.
Zoe Soilis scored 21 points, exceeding the career 1,000-point mark, in leading Freeport girls basketball to a 47-31 victory over South Allegheny (3-9, 0-6) in Section 2-AA play.
Freeport boys basketball player Josh Beale also hit 1,000 career points this week.
Soilis reached the milestone ...
2015 Valley News Dispatch football all-stars By Bill Beckner Jr.
Apollo-Ridge’s Duane Brown and Freeport’s Logan Thimons have been selected as the Valley News Dispatch’s Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year for football, respectively.
Freeport hockey starts strong By Jerin Steele
Before the season, Freeport hockey coach Mel Reichenbaugh said he thought Class A would be open with perennial contenders Mars, Quaker Valley and Hempfield moving ...