Peters Township avenges loss to Moon and to become the lone local team left in WPIAL football playoffs
A pair of “golden goals” propelled Canon-McMillan to a 3-2 victory and prevented Mt. Lebanon from pocketing its 10th district title during the WPIAL Quad-A boys’ championship soccer match played Oct. 31 at Highmark Stadium.
Patrick Anderson of Mt. Lebanon and Emily Carter from Bethel Park put the WPIAL on notice that they are the favorites to win the individual cross country championships as they dominated the competition during the Tri-State Track Coaches Association Meet.
During the Class AAA girls’ qualifier held Oct. 15 at Tom’s Run Golf Course in Blairsville, Peters Township junior Ella McRoberts fired a 5-over-par 77 to earn one of five state playoff berths.
When looking back on the 2019 football season, the Peters Township Indians will reflect on how special their 30-7 victory against Bethel Park Oct. 18 was and not just because it put the team in a position to clinch its second straight Allegheny Conference championship this Friday at Baldwin …
Kat Wang needed inspiration. Her back hurt. She had already taken a few doses of Motrin. Plus, she had lost seven straight games to find herself floundering in the biggest tennis match of her life.
Rob Eldridge could have been speaking for Mt. Lebanon and Peters Township as much as he was commenting on behalf of his South Fayette boys club as the WPIAL soccer tournaments for all classifications commenced.
As scholastic cross country enters crunch time, the South Fayette girls and boys as well as Mt. Lebanon’s Patrick Anderson show no signs of easing their stranglehold on the competition.
Peters Township remained unbeaten in Section 2-AAAA girls soccer after an overtime win, 2-1, against rival Canon-McMillan and a shutout victory, 1-0, against Bethel Park.
For the second straight season, Mia Gorman emerged from the consolation bracket to earn a berth in the PIAA tennis singles tournament set for Nov. 1-2 in Hershey.
Luke Lestini earned medalist honors at the Section 7-AAA championships and led the list of area qualifiers to compete in the WPIAL semifinals set for Sept. 23. The South Fayette senior carded a 68 at Lindenwold Golf Course.
Kat Wang surprised herself in how she captured the Section 4-AAA girls tennis title. The Peters Township sophomore used a strong serve to dispatch Lauren Marstellar of Mt. Lebanon in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2.
It was a beautiful night in the neighborhood as the Mt. Lebanon community and its football team rallied around high school principal Brian McFeeley and squashed Butler, 63-7.
First-year head coach Zachary Hamilton and his assistants Hannah Judkins and Sam Lackner, are ready for the WPIAL to take notice of their Chartiers Valley girls soccer team.