Porter Rauch of Upper St. Clair and Will Josefoski from Peters Township shared Class AAA Volleyball Player of the Week honors with Brendan Lee from Pine-Richland.
Mt. Lebanon, Upper St. Clair, Peters Township and Bethel Park are among the fiercest rivals in scholastic sports, but on April 19 their girls lacrosse teams will set their differences aside as they raise dough for the One Love Foundation.
Chartiers Valley dominated the girls basketball scene in 2021. The Colts captured a third straight WPIAL Class 5A championship title, set a state record for consecutive victories and finished runner-up in the PIAA tournament.
As most of the world came together over the past year to curb the spread of COVID-19, the Mt. Lebanon baseball team is adopting a similar approach to defeat WPIAL Class 6A opponents this spring.
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- Upgrades planned for some of Bethel Park’s municipal parks
- Clones planted from last surviving Gilfillan Farm apple tree in Upper St. Clair
- Major items at new Peters Township High School move toward completion
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Taylor Connors of Upper St. Clair capped her scholastic career with bronze medals during the PIAA Class AAA girls swimming championships held March 20 at Cumberland Valley High School’s natatorium.
The Chartiers Valley girls basketball team advanced to the PIAA Class 5A championship for the second time in three years by defeating Warren 61-38 and Spring Grove 50-33.
Dylan Evans of Scott Township wrapped up a successful sophomore season by earning his second medal at the PIAA championships held March 12-13 at the Giant Center in Hershey.
As Pete Serio draped WPIAL silver medals around the necks of Isabella Psillidis, Alexandra Pantelis, Alexandra Prunzik, Sarah Zadrozny and Abigail John, the Upper St. Clair coach hugged those seniors a little longer.
During a third-quarter timeout with Upper St. Clair trailing Norwin by three points, Panthers head coach Pete Serio asked his players furtively, “are you afraid to win?”
Josh Matheny wasn’t satisfied after winning three gold medals at the WPIAL swimming championships in his own pool at Upper St. Clair High School. He said there were things that needed to be cleaned up.
Dave Schraven exhausted every emotion and experienced every cliche imaginable as he coached Upper St. Clair to victory in the WPIAL Class AAA boys swimming championships.
John Sukernek was the unsung hero as Upper St. Clair (17-1) dispatched Canon-McMillan 54-39 in the first round of the WPIAL Class 6A boys basketball playoffs.
While four ranked squads dropped out of the section wrestling tournaments, forfeiting their chances to compete for a WPIAL Class AAA team championship, Mt. Lebanon opted in.
Josh Sarasnick won all five of his bouts and finished 5-0 during the North Allegheny Duals II. The Chartiers Valley junior registered four falls and a major decision in dual meet competitions against Highlands, North Hills, Upper St. Clair, Mars and Franklin Regional.
The Chartiers Valley girls basketball team rebounded one game after its state-record winning streak ended with a 78-52 victory over Oakland Catholic to improve to 7-1 overall and 4-0 in Class 5A, Section 1.
Three consecutive pins coupled with a technical fall helped Peters Township turn a nine-point deficit into a 44-30 victory against Mt. Lebanon in a WPIAL Class AAA, Section 4B wrestling match.
Mt. Lebanon boys basketball coach Joe David rolled up his sleeve and eagerly accepted his COVID-19 vaccination. He is scheduled to receive his second shot Feb. 19.
Mt. Lebanon girls basketball coach Dori Oldaker and her staff planned all along for the Blue Devils to participate in the WPIAL and PIAA playoffs. She just needed a little cooperation from the district’s school board.
The Upper St. Clair boys basketball team continued its winning ways, while Chartiers Valley and Mt. Lebanon dropped their first games of the 2021 season.