Despite pressures of past success, new coaches determined to keep football programs on the winning track
Peters Township dominated the travel baseball season by capturing five championships in the tournaments in which it competed. The 7A travel team compiled a 24-0 record.
- Peters Township graduates reopen 60-year-old Bethel Park restaurant
- Bethel Park student wins pageant in ‘World Series of Baton Twirling’
- ConnectCard registration available at legislator’s Peters Township office
- Miracle League players receive the star treatment
- Peters Township School Board approves 13 change orders, rejects 1
- South Fayette golfers earn medalist honors
Since turning pro in 2009, Alison Riske from McMurray submitted her best performance in a Major when she advanced to the quarterfinals of Wimbledon. After upsetting the No. 1 seed, Riske battled Serena Williams before being eliminated, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.
Patrick Anderson of Mt. Lebanon and Emily Carter from Bethel Park placed in the Top 6 among all high school runners during the New Balance Outdoor Nationals held June 13-16, 2019, at Aggie Stadium in Greensboro, N.C
As J.C. Bele inked a contract to play with the Trenton Golden Hawks in the Ontario Junior A Hockey League, the recent Bethel Park graduate recalled those who were instrumental in his career.
Mt. Lebanon's Robert Klinchock and No. 1 starter for Shenandoah University was selected by the Detroit Tigers in the 35th round of the 2019 Major League Baseball draft.
After its run for a WPIAL championship ended with a 12-5 loss to Pine-Richland, the Mt. Lebanon boys lacrosse team embarked on its quest for the PIAA title by edging Palmyra, 10-9, in a rain-shortened match at Mechanicsburg. The Cougars finished the season at 20-3.
After a nerve-wracking weather delay that spanned 17 hours, Upper St. Clair lost its bid for its first WPIAL championship in girls lacrosse, falling in double overtime to Shady Side Academy, 12-11, at Robert Morris University’s Joe Walton Stadium.