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Trinity's Olivia Gray has a .528 batting average, but she's equally skilled on defense as a shortstop.
7 hrs ago | The Morning Call
For the first time in what has largely been a triumphant return to organized football, Adam Bednarik might have thought "What the heck am I doing out here?" at various points on Saturday night.
11 hrs ago | York Dispatch
A slow, methodical offense isn't particularly entertaining to watch, but it had gotten the Exeter Township girls' lacrosse team into the District 3 quarterfinals.
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In a Saturday make-up from last week, it was Brockway who took a page out of the Curwensville Area High School softball team's playbook.
20 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune
She dances, she played basketball, she is committed to her school work. But once she joined the track team at Abington Heights in seventh grade, she had found her passion.
The list of NCAA wrestling champions from Washington County is a short and distinguished one.
Curwensville senior Tiffany Carter gets a warm reception at home after a three-run homer in the sixth inning against Moshannon Valley.
After loading the bases with just one out in the bottom of the seventh inning, the Eagles scored four runs, but the rally ended there as they fell to Union City, 8-6, in their finale at Legion Field in Youngsville.
Hopes are high for track & field athletes from Eisenhower and Youngsville as the District 10 Class AA Track & Field Championships loom on the horizon.
Herb Stelly anchoring an amazing run. The Millionaires finishing in 7:55.42 seconds.
Council Rock North, the third-place team from District 1, won a pair of split-set matches in singles and swept the doubles on the way to the triumph.
Saucon Valley senior Jeremy Leidich originally became interested in competitive running as a student at St.
Daniel McSurdy took home the gold for North Schuylkill winning the boy's AA 100 meter dash in 11.16 seconds.
Jason Mackey / Observer-Reporter Allison Hurley, left, had nine points and Hannah Wilcox scored seven goals during the Peters Township girls lacrosse team's 20-8 win over Sewickley Academy in the WPIAL Division I quarterfinals Friday night.
Jackie Berry made sure of that. After Bald Eagle Area, the team that staged a seven-run last-inning rally to knock the Lady Rams out of the District 6 AA playoffs a year ago, forged a 3-3 tie in the sixth inning Thursday, Berry delivered a knockout blow in the top of the seventh to give Ligonier Valley a 5-4 win and berth in the quarterfinals ... (more)
The Rams defeated Mt. Lebanon, 8-1, on Monday in the first round of the WPIAL Class AAAA baseball playoffs.
Jacoway turned in a distance of 48-41/2, while the runner-up had a 43-10. 6 Hits in seven at-bats over two games for Northwestern outfielder Mitch Wright.