By Nathan Smith
If you are stepping onto the court against the Carlynton girls basketball team, you better expect a battle.
Thanks to a intense pressing style of play, ...
Carlynton boys basketball not losing sight of ultimate goal By Nathan Smith
For the Carlynton boys basketball team, the ultimate goal this season is to reach the WPIAL Class AA playoffs.
That goal got a little bit more difficult to achieve last week when the Cougars dropped a 65-47 decision to Burgettstown in Section 3-AA play.
“Burgettstown played well and shot the ball well,” ...
Carlynton boys basketball focusing on improvement By Nathan Smith
After a tough 77-35 loss to rival Bishop Canevin last week, Carlynton boys basketball coach Mike Kozy’s message to his players was clear — the Cougars need to keep moving forward.
“We didn’t speak to them long, but my message was it hurts looking at the scoreboard but we are only ...
Carlynton cross country having strong debut season By Nathan Smith
It has been a strong debut for the Carlynton cross country teams.
The Cougars have shown constant progress this season and will be sending sophomore David Creely to run in the boys race and junior Sofia Carrasco in the girls at the WPIAL championships today, Thursday.
“We are trying to create ...
Highlands ‘D’ pitches shutout over Carlynton By Haley Sawyer
Carlynton might have been a brand new opponent, but it didn’t disrupt the Golden Rams’ routine.
“We had to show what we could do because they’re in a different conference than us, that we could play with anyone in our conference,” quarterback Brayden Thimons said.
Highlands proved just that, shutting out the ...
Carlynton volleyball relying on experience By Nathan Smith
A quick look at the Carlynton girls volleyball roster reveals the talent that is gone from a season ago.
Conor Richardson, the program’s leader in career ...
New coach leading Carlynton girls soccer By Nathan Smith
For Megan Wild, a successful first season as Carlynton’s girls soccer coach would be for the team to show improvement.
An extended playoff run would be nice, too.
“The goal for the season is to do better than last year,” Wild said. “That is the No. 1 goal. We want to get ...
Carlynton drops golf, adds cross country By Nathan Smith
Carlynton athletics is going to look a bit different moving forward.
At a school board meeting last month, the motion was passed to drop golf as a varsity sport.
In its place will be cross country.
“We had to drop the golf schedule last year,” Carlynton athletic director Nate Milsom said. “Our ...
WPIAL players take control of early rounds at PIAA tennis tournament By Jeff Dewees
HERSHEY — Friday’s opening-round action in the PIAA singles and doubles tennis tournament proved successful for WPIAL players.
The WPIAL placed three of the final four entrants in the Class AAA singles tournament and the same number in doubles.
It has continued the trend of recent seasons in wrestling control away ...