The Albert Gallatin girls volleyball team returned home from Connellsville Tuesday night with a 3-0 victory in Section 3-AAA play.
Albert Gallatin Area School District
2625 Morgantown Rd. Uniontown, PA 15401
Nicholson Township, Georges Township, German Township, Springhill Township, Masontown Borough, Fairchance Borough, Point Marion Borough and Smithfield Borough
Edward Colebank, Tom DeGusipe, Michael Dunham, Paul Dunham, David Howard, Betty Moser, Kenneth Plisko, Doug Sholtis, Janet Swaney
School Board meetings Voting sessions are held 6 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month with work sessions held at 6 p.m. the Monday before. Locations for both meetings are as follows: January/February, George J. Plava Elementary; March/April, D. Ferd Swaney Elementary; May/June, Friendship Hill Elementary; July/August, Masontown Elementary; September/October, A.L. Wilson Elementary; November/December, Smithfield Elementary.
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YORK RUN -- Laurel Highlands' Matt Schwerfeger reeled in Uniontown's Mason Stewart as they entered the stadium track at Albert Gallatin, but Stewart had enough left in the tank for a first-place finish in the Section 2-AAA finale.
Laurel Highlands' Nate Schwertfeger finished 31st with a score of 12-over 83 at Champion Lakes Golf Course Tuesday to make the cut in the WPIAL Boys Class AAA Individual Championship first round.
Colin Brady rambled for 349 yards and five touchdowns as West Greene held off visiting Bentworth, 49-33, for its first win of the season in a Tri-County South game on Friday night.
LEMONT FURNACE -- Laurel Highlands' Matt Schwertfeger gained separation with about a mile to go, and the sophomore didn't allow the field to make up the ground for a first-place finish in the 31st A.J. Everhart Invitational Saturday morning at Penn State Fayette.
LEMONT FURNACE -- Forest Hills' Delaney Dumm wasn't in front of the pack early in the 31st A.J. Everhart Invitational, but the senior certainly was at the finish Saturday morning for the girls title.
Belle Vernon set the tone with two first-quarter touchdowns and went on to defeat host Thomas Jefferson, 21-7, in a non-conference clash of two top WPIAL programs on Friday night.
The running game is still the focus of most teams in WPIAL football and when it comes to the elite rushers so far this season the top three are all local players.
Greensburg Central Catholic's Izzy Aigner was medalist in the Section 1-AA girls individual qualifier Monday at Cedarbrook Golf Course's Red course.
Mapletown's Landan Stevenson put up three more touchdowns and an extra point during Week 3 action but still saw his lead reduced slightly in the Herald-Standard Touchdown Club standings.
Laurel Highlands' Colin Crawford and Nate Schwertfeger, along with Connellsville's Ethan Rice, advanced through the Section 2-AAA golf qualifier Monday for a berth into the WPIAL Class AAA semifinals next Tuesday at Champion Lakes Golf Course.
Albert Gallatin has prided itself on being a strong running team even since Drew Dindl took over as head coach and installed his flexbone offense four years ago.
Claire Konieczny's 78 was good enough to earn All-County honors on the boys leaderboard, and was certainly low enough for the Geibel Catholic senior to win her first girls' FCCA Golf Championship Friday at Duck Hollow Golf Club.
Connellsville senior Ethan Rice navigated the recently-aerated greens at Duck Hollow Golf Club with the fewest issues Friday to win his first FCCA Golf Championship with a 3-over 73.
The Connellsville and Waynesburg Central boys golf teams needed wins Thursday, and both teams did so to remain in the hunt for a WPIAL playoff berth.