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Daily Courier roundup: Dunbar all-stars advance

By Staff Report
Dunbar advanced past Bullskin, 8-1 in four innings, in the 9- and 10-year-old Little League All-Star Tournament on Friday night. Mason May led the way by striking out five Bullskin hitters and getting one of Dunbar’s five hits. Connor Kelly doubled for Dunbar. Dennis Nicholson had two singles in the game for ...

Herman, Hosfelt win Woodruff Scholarship

By Jason Black
This Wednesday will mark the 33rd running of the annual John Woodruff 5K Run & Walk. And while the event, named in honor of the ...

McMonagle could really sing on the tennis court

By Wayne Stewart
When Keith McMonagle graduated from California High School in 1965, young people around the Valley were listening to “Help!” by a relatively new group ...

Dunbar drops out of Fayette County Baseball League

By Jason Black
Dunbar’s season came to an abrupt end Thursday. Already lagging behind in games played compared to the rest of the Fayette County Baseball League, Dunbar was forced to forfeit its game Thursday against New York Pizza. That was the last ...

Daily Courier roundup: Mt. Pleasant All-Stars advance to title round

By Staff Reports
Jared Yester hit two home runs, three singles and racked up nine RBIs as the Mt. Pleasant 11- and 12-year-old Little League All-Stars defeated Bullskin, 20-9, in a District 9 game Thursday. Nathan Kubasky hit a three-run homer to go ...

Defense, pitching power Klingensmith in Daily News League win

By Kevin Lohman
In a pitcher’s duel between Daily News League foes, Klingensmith Insurance’s Luke Padezan and Pasquale’s Pizzeria’s Shawn Schwarz were equally impressive. In the end, it came down to defense as Klingensmith Insurance (6-7-1) rode an errorless performance on its way to ...

Uniontown’s scoring flurry silences Connellsville Legion

By Jason Black
The Connellsville Legion baseball team has had a strong season, but there have been a few tough losses mixed in with the victories. Three of ...

West Hempfield Junior Legion team looks for consistency

By Andrew John
As soon as the West Hempfield Junior Legion baseball team started to turn things in its favor, Mother Nature started to get in the way. West Hempfield, which had four players returning from last year’s team, started the season 0-3, including ...

Rain continues to stretch Jeannette’s junior Legion baseball season

By Dave Moio
Another week of rain, another week of cancellations for Jeannette junior Legion. Marcus Clarkson’s team played one game last week out of four that were ...

Youngest champion in tournament history to play for Mt. Lebo clay crown

By Wynston Wilcox
Anna Smith wants No. 2. In 2013 at age 13, the Peters Township resident became the youngest girl to win the West Penn Amateur National Collegiate Clay Championships. Friday, she again will play for the title at the Mt. Lebanon Tennis Center. “That ...

West Hempfield Legion team preparing for District 31 playoffs

By Andrew John
The West Hempfield Legion baseball team has been taking it one game at a time this season, and it’s starting to show in the standings. West ...

Unity Legion baseball hoping for late push

By Devon Moore
Two-time defending District 31 Legion champion Unity (11-9, 9-9) is making a playoff push. Unlike the last two years two years, that push has become ...

Latrobe Legion enters tough final week

By Kevin Ritchart
With all the rain that’s impacted the District 31 baseball schedule in recent weeks, it’s no surprise that Latrobe Legion coach Jason Bush went nautical ...

Latrobe’s Kissel seeks dual tennis titles at Mt. Lebanon clay court

By Wynston Wilcox
With their constant communication and in-sync movements, Chad Kissell and Garrett Gardner looked not much different than the 16-time Grand Slam champions Bryan brothers. Kissell’s name carries a legacy in Latrobe going back to his mother, Kim, who also had ...

Carnegie native making an impact with Pittsburgh Passion

By Nathan Smith
Angela Baker might be listed as a receiver on the Pittsburgh Passion roster, but her impact has been felt across the field this season. The Carlynton ...

Burdelsky proudly wears Brentwood ‘badge of honor’

By Ed Phillipps
When Brentwood graduate Lauren Burdelsky was named the keynote speaker for the WPIAL scholar-athlete luncheon in May, she knew exactly what she wanted to say ...