Benworth's Chris Vargo, Frazier's Rune Lawrence and Mount Pleasant's Dayton Pitzer added another gold medal to the trophy case Saturday after winning titles at the PIAA Class AA Southwest Regional held at Indiana University of Pa.'s Kovalchick Convention & Athletic Center.
Bethlehem-Center School District
179 Crawford Road Fredericktown, PA 15333
Centerville Borough, Bealsville Borough, Deemston Borough, West Bethlehem Township, East Bethlehem Township, Marianna Borough
Don Crile, Karen Drill, Laura Frost, John Greenlee, James Gwyer, Tom Gustovich, Christine Hundertmark, Thomas Katruska, Bridgett Trump
School board meetings: Work sessions are held at 6:30 p.m and voting sessions are held at 7 p.m. the fourth Monday of the month in the administration area of the elementary building.
Davis and Davis Attorneys at Law, Uniontown, (724) 437-2799
Monessen gave coach Dan Bosnic his 100th career coaching win by defeating host Bentworth, 56-47, in Section 4-AA boys basketball action Thursday night.
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.
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.
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.
Connellsville and Beth-Center both advanced to the WPIAL team wrestling semifinals Wednesday night, and both the Falcons and Bulldogs fell one match shy of the title match.
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.
New Castle had barely been challenged this boys basketball season before meeting Belle Vernon in the Hoops for a Cure Tournament at North Allegheny on Saturday.
Nekea Lewis poured in a game-high 28 points and Uniontown took control in the second quarter in defeating visiting Ringgold, 59-46, in Section 3-AAAAA girls basketball action on Thursday night.
Uniontown needed a strong fourth quarter to secure a win at Southmoreland on Tuesday but the Red Raiders took care of business early in Saturday's rematch.
Bryn Bezjak scored a game-high 22 points as Albert Gallatin romped over visiting Ringgold, 71-32, in a Section 3-AAAAA girls basketball game Thursday night.
Will Wagner, Jake Caruso and Zach Usher combined for 60 points to lead visiting Charleroi to an 82-58 victory Saturday afternoon at Waynesburg Central in Section 4-AAA action.