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With prolific power hitters such as Olivia Lorusso, Abby McCartney and Giorgiana Zeremenko, it's tough not to notice when a member of the group does something remarkable – and it would be wise to duck for cover or move your car when it does.
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Crestwood pitcher Alyssa Davies leans on the Comets offense to help keep her loose in the circle and the senior showed Monday that she's willing to chip in at the plate as well.
Chris Mary, who led Canon-McMillan High School's wrestling team to five PIAA Team Tournament titles over the past three seasons, has resigned as head coach at Monday's school board meeting.
Two teams that sat out last season’s high school baseball playoffs get into action Monday as Bald Eagle Area and Bellefonte open play in District 6 action.
Philipsburg-Osceola is the last of an endangered species at the top of the District 6 Class AA softball tournament.
Holy Cross senior Rico Galassi earned the top seed for the boys Class AA 3,200-meter run and a total of nine individuals and one relay team competing in distance events are seeded to medal at the two-day meet at Seth Grove Stadium that begins Friday.
UPDATE : The KO varsity boys baseball team will play their WPIAL AAA semi final baseball game on Tuesday, May 21 at 4 p.m. against South Park.
With their position in the District 10 Class AAA playoffs already determined, the Warren Dragons took to Old Legion Field on Saturday looking for one more win to close out the regular season.
Jacob VanHouten won the 300 hurdles and Matt Eernisse took second in the 400-meter dash at the District 10 Class AA Track and Field Championships held at Harbor Creek High School, as they both qualified for states.
Trinity's Olivia Gray has a .528 batting average, but she's equally skilled on defense as a shortstop.
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.
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.
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.
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.