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No, really, they were. When 195-pounder Toby Cain rallied to beat Mason Pryde 5-3 to secure the win, several of his teammates rushed onto the mat and raised him into the air to celebrate the win.
Troye Kiernan helped Upper St. Clair win back-to-back PIAA championships and in the process earned Almanac MVP honors for himself.
Sam Volpatti rises to the hoop for a basket during a 74-60 victory against Thomas Jefferson during the Bethel Park Tipoff Tournament.
Kent State wrestler Tyler Small reached the NCAA Division I championships the past two years, and the Delone Catholic graduate is off to another quality start in his junior season.
Hamburg's Karlie Heistand and Twin Valley's Ashley Hoffman have been named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Pennsylvania Region first team.
The Gannon women's basketball team is one of three NCAA Division II Atlantic Region programs listed among the nation's top 25. ERIE, Pa.
Indoor track and field season got under way over the weekend, and several local athletes appeared to be in midseason form given their performances.
The difference in experience and preparation between the backyard rival Curwensville and Clearfield basketball teams was quite evident in their season opener Monday night.
Canon-McMillan swept the lightweights and added two pins in the higher weights to take a 45-17 victory from General McLane in a nonsection wrestling match.
Top recruit Dravon Henry will make his college decision today between the hometown Pitt Panthers and the West Virginia Mountaineers.
Canon MacMillan senior Michael Pantely shows his support for C-M basketball player Luke Blanock at the Big Macs' season-opening game against Burgettstown.
Western Wayne junior Mark Salak was the Northeast Athletic Conference boys soccer Player of the Year.
Dan Mitchell finished first at 152 as West Scranton was fourth at the Saucon Valley Invitational high school wrestling tournament Saturday.
Two All-Americans who made their mark in the pool and on the wrestling mats, respectively, head a list of nine inductees to the Gannon Athletics Hall of Fame.
After advancing seven wrestlers into Saturday's quarterfinal round, the Eagles ran into a few of those bumps as they went 2-for-7 in terms of semifinal qualifiers.