Canon-McMillan and Mt. Lebanon headline the list of wrestlers named to The Almanac's all-star team.
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A touch of youth and an abundance of experience propelled Bethel Park to a 47-40 victory over Upper Dublin (20-8) in the second round of the PIAA Class 6A girls basketball playoffs.
After a bitter 54-50 overtime loss to North Allegheny in the WPIAL championship game, the Bethel Park girls basketball team is moving on and commencing its quest for a state title.
Sam Petrarca exploded for 28 points and paced Peters Township (14-9) to victory against Hempfield (12-11) in a first-round WPIAL Class 6A boys basketball playoff game at Mt. Lebanon.
After record-breaking regular seasons, Mason Beauregard and Taylor Weyrich are looking to accomplish bigger feats during the WPIAL swimming and diving championships. The Seton LaSalle students hope to gain PIAA championship berths.
The WPIAL released pairings for the boys basketball tournament and several area teams were among the top-seeded squads that will battle for a trip to the Petersen Events Center to compete in the championship games set for Feb. 27.
After being ousted in the PIAA team tournament, falling in the consolation round, Canon-McMillan joined the rest of the area’s wrestlers in preparing for the individual tournament as the WPIAL sectionals commence Feb. 22.
To say Marie Bartoletti possesses a passion for running is an understatement. The Bethel Park woman has completed 481 marathons – 180 of them after suffering a stroke a little more than four years ago.
After finishing third in the WPIAL team wrestling tournament, Canon-McMillan began its quest for a PIAA title with a 63-15 victory over Carrick on the Raiders’ home mat.