FREDERICKTOWN – For 17 seasons, Ed Woods was the head of the Beth-Center football program. He took a three-season hiatus before returning to a head coaching position at California this year.
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.
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Kyle Clayton posted another solid round of golf Thursday afternoon to help Jefferson-Morgan defeat Beth-Center, 249-261, in Section 8-AA action at Chippewa Golf Course.
The Beth-Center boys golf team rebounded from a non-section loss to Albert Gallatin with a 249-317 victory in Section 8-AA play against Brownsville Wednesday at Carmichaels Golf Club.
Albert Gallatin's golf team played solid enough Tuesday afternoon to secure the Colonials' first win of the season with a 251-282 non-section victory at Duck Hollow Golf Club against visiting Beth-Center.
Zach Summers and Keaton Riley shared medalist honors Monday afternoon to lead visiting Charleroi to a 214-247 victory over Beth-Center at Chippewa Golf Course in the Section 8-AA opener.
Uniontown sophomore Adena Rugola shot 6-over 76 Friday at Chippewa Golf Course to finish alone in fourth place in the annual TriCADA golf tournament.
Softball success has been commonplace for the Herald-Standard coverage area in recent years and 2019 continued that trend as local teams accumulated a bushel full of trophies with one PIAA champion, a state runner-up, two WPIAL champions and three district runner-ups to go along with three section winners.
California returned to the top of the mountain in the WPIAL with a 9-6 victory over Union in the Class A finals for the Trojans’ sixth district championship to highlight the Herald-Standard’s All-Area Baseball Team.
Belle Vernon's Hunter Martin and Waynesburg Central’s Daniel Layton headline the list of strong performers on the 2019 Herald-Standard Boys All-Area Track & Field Team.
The girls division of the Budd Grebb Memorial Basketball opened its seventh season Monday night and if play was any indication, the league will have its best season yet.
Anthony Dellapenna was a four-year member of the baseball team who as a shortstop and pitcher this season helped lead the Bulldogs into the WPIAL playoffs for the first time since 2012. He also was a four-year letterman in golf and played two years of basketball. Sydney Urbine was a four-yea…
Beth-Center senior Bailey Lincoski has signed a Letter of Intent to further his academic and football career at Marietta College. Pictured are (seated, from left) Amy Lincoski, Bailey Lincoski, (standing, from left) Bulldogs football coach Joe Kuhns and B-C athletic director Ed Woods.
Bentworth's Justin Kisner was the winner of the grand prize, a brand new Mitsubishi Mirage, at the Jim Shorkey Mitsubishi Elite Scholar Athlete Banquet presented by the Herald-Standard at Hugo's Restaurant on Wednesday night.
Gionna Quarzo took a breather after successfully defending her gold medal in the 3,200 in record-breaking time last Thursday at the WPIAL Class AA Track & Field Championship before her attention turned to the defense of her state title.
The group of local boys who qualified for the PIAA Track & Field Championships includes some interesting journeys that led to success at last week’s district meet.