Multi-sport star Dennis Slagle turned in several memorable performances while at Beth-Center High School.
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The Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame Washington-Greene County Chapter has announced its Student-Athlete award winners for 2020 and the list includes four local athletes.
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.
Many area high school basketball players have for years been rewarded for a fine senior season with an invitation to play in the Roundball Classic at Geneva College.
California baseball coach Lou Pasquale, Frazier softball coach Don Hartman and Laurel Highlands boys basketball coach Rick Hauger earned top honors in the Tri-CADA Coach of the Year voting.
Former Beth-Center football standout Mickey Davis is a perfect example of a quote from Mark Twain: “It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog.”
Frank Famularo was a sharpshooting guard for the Beth-Center Bulldogs in the early 1960s who parlayed his love of basketball into and education and a long teaching career.
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.
No freshman player in Fayette County had received as much preseason hype as Rodney Gallagher, but the Laurel Highlands’ star lived up to the pressure in helping lead the Mustangs to their first WPIAL Championship in 52 years.
Sarah Hess is a three-year letterman in track & field and helped set the 3,200 relay school record. She was a four-year starter and team captain for a volleyball team that made the playoffs four times, and played basketball two years. She is on track to be valedictorian. Brandon Lincoski…
Today was the day when baseball, softball, track & field and lacrosse athletes were officially permitted to take to fields and stadiums across the land, and officially record hits, runs, goals, times and distances.
Frazier’s Thayne Lawrence and Elizabeth Forward’s Ryan Michaels won their second straight PIAA Class AA Southwest Regional Wrestling Championships on Saturday at Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Kovalchick Complex inside the Ed Fry Arena.
Frazier's Thayne Lawrence, Elizabeth Forward's Ryan Michaels and Ethan Cain, and Jefferson-Morgan's Jonathan Wolfe advanced through to the semifinals Friday night in the PIAA Class AA Southwest Regional at IUP's Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex.
Elizabeth Forward’s Ryan Michaels made school history in becoming the first wrestler to win two WPIAL Championships, but Frazier’s Thayne Lawrence stole the show in winning his fourth district gold, and the outstanding wrestler award, on Saturday at Canon-McMillan High School in the Class AA Finals.
Charleroi will take a four-game winning streak into the playoffs after defeating host Beth-Center, 52-46, in a Section 2-AAA girls basketball battle Thursday night.
Carmichaels rallied in the fourth quarter to send Wednesday’s non-section game against Beth-Center into overtime before pulling out a 74-67 victory at Beth-Center High School.