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Group of 3-year starters to lead Waynesburg

By Alex Oltmanns
Entering the third season in his second stint as the football coach at Waynesburg, Russ Moore has seen a lot of changes since his first go-around at the school from 1995-99. For one, when Moore left the program in 1999, the team had just claimed the WPIAL Class AA title. …
Waynesburg outslugs Freeport to advance to second round
By Matt Grubba
Even short-handed, Freeport was able to produce runs, but the Yellowjackets couldn’t keep Waynesburg off the scoreboard. Both offenses were clicking, but fifth-seeded Waynesburg was …
WPIAL softball tournament preview
By Tribune-Review
WPIAL softball tournament Class AA No. 12 seed Freeport (10-4)  vs. No. 5 Waynesburg Central (12-8) 2 p.m. Tuesday at Hempfield Winner plays: No. 4 …
Peters Township, Penn-Trafford standouts to meet with finals berth on the line
By Paul Schofield
HERSHEY — Peters Township senior Tyler Buckiso and Penn-Trafford freshman Cam Coy are headed for round three. The two have met twice this wrestling season …
WPIAL wrestling semifinals pack punch
By Paul Schofield
If you’re a fan of wrestling, then you won’t want to miss the WPIAL and PIAA Class AAA Wrestling Championship semifinals Saturday at Canon-McMillan, especially …
HS Buzz: WPIAL wrestling Century Club getting crowded
By Staff Reports
Fourteen WPIAL wrestlers entered this season with more than 100 wins. Eight more joined the Century Club before this weekend’s tournaments — Waynesburg’s AC Headlee (101 wins), North Hills’ Jonathan Avon (102), South Fayette’s Grant Fetchet (103), Chartiers-Houston’s Richie McGinnis (106), Canon-McMillan’s Dalton Macri (108), Valley’s Pat Dewitt (108) and …
Brashear, Uniontown coaches censured by WPIAL after soccer forfeits
By Jason Mackey 9:16 p.m.
The Canon-McMillan boys soccer team did nothing wrong. That was the WPIAL Board of Control’s ruling following claims to the contrary from Brashear coach Abby Phillips, who questioned the Big Macs’ sportsmanship. Phillips pulled her team off the field 14 minutes, 27 seconds into an away game Sept. 24 and …
Waynesburg next foe for Soutmoreland
By Mark King
Last season, the Waynesburg Red Raiders were one of the youngest teams in the Class AA Interstate Conference. Their starting positions on the field were …
Experience to pay dividends for Waynesburg
By Brian Hunger 8:55 p.m.
Despite suffering through a humbling 1-8 season a year ago, the Waynesburg football team took a lot of steps toward building its future. The Raiders, …
Southmoreland boys basketball team loses regular-season finale
By Jason Black
Monday’s season finale was a reflection of the whole season for the Southmoreland boys basketball team. The Scotties put in the effort, tried to fight …
Geibel boys endure early struggles, drop fourth straight game
By Jason Black
Coming into the season, Geibel boys basketball coach Ed Kroupa knew that his team would likely endure some tough stretches. Unfortunately for the Gators, one …
Familiar face returns to revitalize Waynesburg football team
By Paul Schofield
When Russ Moore coached the Waynesburg football team in the 1990s, the town and its fans were a buzz. Waynesburg was a consistent WPIAL playoff …
Waynesburg senior wins pole vault at PIAA championships
By Paul Schofield
SHIPPENSBURG — When Waynesburg senior Marissa Kalsey went out for track her freshman season, she filled out a card stating what events she wanted to …
Mt. Pleasant softball scores historic win
By Dave Stofcheck
Despite being down to its final three outs, the Mt. Pleasant softball team ended years of playoff frustration Wednesday. The Vikings scored twice in the …
Loss keeps Frazier baseball out of playoffs
By Jason Black
One bad inning has been the culprit in many of the Frazier baseball team’s losses this season. On Friday, it not only cost the Commodores …

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