Smithfield-Fairchance advanced to the quarterfinals in the Western Pennsylvania Summer Baseball League playoffs after rallying from an 8-0 deficit for an 11-10 victory over Central Catholic on Wednesday.
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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Ron Popovich was concerned about his team being shorthanded for the first round of the Western Pennsylvania Summer Baseball League playoffs but Smithfield-Fairchance still pounded out a 14-8 win over Elizabeth Forward on Monday.
The Western Pennsylvania Summer Baseball League postseason, which begins today, has a few twists and turns involving local teams.
In an age of more and more high school athletes specializing in one sport, Jerry Washington is a throwback as a former three-sport standout at German Township High School.
Bentworth's Ryan Miller was the grand prize winner of a new 2019 Nissan Versa SV at the Herald-Standard Elite Scholar-Athlete event sponsored and hosted by Tri-Star Nissan in Uniontown on Saturday.
Winning pitcher Luke Begonia tossed 2 2/3 scoreless innings in relief and Mike Hines stole home to cap a three-run rally in the fifth that put Frazier ahead to stay in a 6-5 win over Smithfield-Fairchance in Western Pennsylvania Baseball League action Tuesday.
German Township High School had a rich athletic history and one of the top athletes produced by the Uhlans was Mellio Sulipeck who excelled on the gridiron and the wrestling mat.
The Uniontown Rotary Club could not hold its annual luncheon to celebrate the 63rd B'nai B'rith Sports Awards this year due to concerns for the coronavirus pandemic but honorees are still being recognized and presented plaques.
The coronavirus pandemic wiped out the entire high school spring season but many local players had a chance to run back out on the diamond Wednesday on opening night of the Western Pennsylvania Baseball League.
Many high school baseball players, especially seniors, were heartbroken when the coronavirus pandemic took away their spring year as well as their American Legion season, but a new league will give some a chance to get on the diamond after all.
Andy Hedrick wasn't around the last time Connellsville happened to be in a boys basketball section with Fayette County rivals Albert Gallatin and Laurel Highlands.
Duane Dupont tried to stay positive when the COVID-19 pandemic put a halt to the start of Albert Gallatin's spring season.
Xavier Stephens was looking forward to the outdoor track & field season, his last at Point Park, as an opportunity to end his college career with one final chance to earn NAIA All-America honors.
Jackson Miller would have been a three-year starter in baseball. He was named to the Herald-Standard All-Area team as a junior when he went 5-1 as a pitcher, including a complete game win over WPIAL finalist Laurel Highlands. Madison Hershberger would have been the starting pitcher and a fou…
As most of the reading public settled in to whatever has become its normal Sunday morning routine, I would've been somewhere between dragging my tired, old body out of bed to dragging my tired, old body up Interstate 40 East.
The Fayette County Coaches Association takes pride in recognizing local athletes with a banquet at the end of each sports season. Football and volleyball players are honored in the fall, boys and girls basketball players in the winter and baseball and softball players in the spring.
Albert Gallatin graduate Ally Bezjak and her teammates at St. Francis University (Pa.) had just returned from a tournament in California when they found out that they would not be doing something that the majority of them had been doing for spring and summers on end for most of their lives: Play softball.
Uniontown’s Mya Murray had many opportunities to play basketball at a prep school throughout her time in high school, but the Lady Red Raider senior remained committed to her hometown and recently wrapped up an outstanding career.