Success comes to those that work. Hence, Joe Urmann patiently awaits his first win as Peters Township boys basketball coach.
When basketball practices resumed across Pennsylvania Jan. 4, there was plenty of huffing and puffing during workouts because of the three-week shutdown ordered by Gov. Tom Wolf and the departments of health and education.
Olivia Westphal felt more than welcome at Duquesne University. The Bethel Park High School senior guard felt wanted. So she committed to play her college basketball for the Dukes.
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The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League and Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League delivered some holiday cheer to their constituents to allow for competition when the suspension from scholastic athletics is anticipated to be lifted Jan. 4.
When Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration enacted measures to once again mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, scholastic sports teams adopted a wait-and-see attitude until Jan. 4 when sanctions are expected to be lifted.
The Upper St. Clair girls basketball team is back in the gym and preparing for its opener Dec. 15 at North Allegheny following a brief hiatus because of coronavirus concerns.
Coaches constantly instruct their players to keep their mind in the game. It’s possible that may not be stressed anywhere more than inside the South Fayette gymnasium where the boys basketball team practices.
Even though Seton LaSalle experienced back-to-back losing seasons, Mauro Monz of South Fayette views the task as his alma mater’s latest head football coach as that of reviving rather than rebuilding the program.
Reagan Milliken excels enough in softball and basketball for Bethel Park to have accumulated a number of memorable moments. Her proudest achievement, however, has not occurred on the field or the court.
The school board voted 7-2 in favor of a plan for winter sports season that includes extensive precautionary measures against the spread of COVID-19.
For the second straight season, the Peters Township football team came up short of winning a WPIAL title, falling to Pine-Richland 35-0 in the Class 5A championship game played Nov. 14 at at Wright Field on the campus of North Allegheny High School.
Peters Township’s path to a second straight appearance in a WPIAL championship football game involved a dramatic comeback victory spearheaded by several of its premier players.
Days after the disappointment and dejection of having lost a WPIAL championship, the Peters Township boy’s soccer team had every reason to be ecstatic and enthusiastic about its accomplishments in 2020 and its prospects for an equally productive future.
FOX CHAPEL – For the third time this season, Pine-Richland and Peters Township tangled in field hockey and the results remained the same.
MCKEESPORT – Jake Borgesi and Lauren Iagnemma crossed the finish line during the WPIAL Class AAA Cross Country Championships in very different conditions Friday but the South Fayette runners both managed the same result. Each qualified for the PIAA Championships set for Nov. 7 in Hershey.
After the Upper St. Clair girls tennis team lost 4-1 to Latrobe in the WPIAL Class AAA championship match at Bethel Park High School, Panthers coach Renee Russell promised one thing.