West Greene and Southmoreland found out what paths they will have to take to reach another WPIAL girls basketball championship game.
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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Laurel Highlands and Belle Vernon both played for WPIAL boys basketball championships a year ago and the Mustangs and Leopards are the area's highest seeded teams this season as the WPIAL revealed its playoff pairings on Tuesday.
Da’Marr Lewis scored 19 points with the last four coming in the final minute to help Uniontown fend off host Yough, 49-45, in a Section 3-AAAA boys basketball battle Tuesday night.
Nate English poured in a game-high 26 points to help lift Albert Gallatin to a 67-66 overtime victory at Hempfield in a non-section boys basketball battle Monday night.
Albert Gallatin put five players in double figures and exploded for 32 points in the fourth quarter on its way to a 77-63 non-section boys basketball victory at McKeesport on Friday night.
Devon Whitlock scored his 1,000th career point in a stellar all-around performance as Belle Vernon rolled past visiting Yough, 78-45, in a Section 3-AAAA boys basketball game Tuesday night.
Bryn Bezjak, Olivia Miller and Courtlyn Turner combined for 45 points Saturday afternoon to lead visiting Albert Gallatin to a 63-42 non-section victory at Waynesburg Central.
Demarion Brown scored a game-high 29 points and Brownsville halted a six-game losing streak with a 65-52 win at Waynesburg Central in Section 4-AAA boys basketball action Friday night.
Hunter Sexton sparked the offense and Dylan Shea spurred on the defense as Albert Gallatin seized control in the second half in pulling away for a 68-43 win over visiting Connellsville on Tuesday night.
Nine days after struggling to a 56-43 win at Ringgold, Laurel Highlands exploded for 50 points in the first half on its way to a much more comfortable 82-39 victory over the Rams in Section 1-AAAAA boys basketball action Monday night.
Laurel Highlands coach Rick Hauger wasn't pleased with how his team played coming down the stretch of Friday night's game at Albert Gallatin but while the Mustangs may have made some mistakes they still had Rodney Gallagher to turn to in the clutch.
Trinity's Jarrett Hatfield and Angelina Cecchine were perfect Wednesday afternoon, but Waynesburg Central's aim was just a bit truer for a 796-48x-794-59x victory in a non-section rifle match.
Thomas Jefferson went 8-for-8 from the foul in overtime to fight off visiting Albert Gallatin for a 68-59 Section 1-AAAAA victory in boys basketball action Tuesday night.
AJ Blyden and Hunter Sexton each scored 15 points as Albert Gallatin exploded past visiting West Mifflin, 76-22, in a Section 1-AAAAA boys basketball game Friday night.
The Belle Vernon boys scored 55 points in the middle two quarters Friday night as the Leopards pulled away for a 65-25 win over visiting Southmoreland in Section 3-AAAA action.