High School football in Fayette County has been in a downward spiral for well over a decade.
Brownsville Area School District
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Brownsville Borough, Redstone Township, Luzerne Township, Brownsville
Andy Assad, R.W. "Rocky" Brashear, Terrell Clark, Ronald Dellarose, Andy Dorsey, Richard Gates, John Harvey, Gary Seelye, Cheryl Terravecchia
School board meetings:Â Voting sessions are held at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of the month in the high school auditorium with work sessions held the Monday prior at the same time and place.
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Emma Seto scored 16 points, including two clutch free throws with 10 seconds remaining to help lead Brownsville to a 50-45 victory over McGuffey in Section 2-AAA play on Thursday at Brownsville Area High School.
Uniontown will host Laurel Highlands next Wednesday in the first of two boys basketball clashes this season, but the Red Raiders and Mustangs haven't met on the football field since 2017, although that will change this fall.
Brownsville led 12-10 after the first quarter Monday night, but Seton-La Salle pulled into the lead by halftime on its way to a 54-41 Section 2-AAA home victory.
Charleroi limited Brownsville to 15 points after the opening quarter to pull away from a 47-26 win in a Section 2-AAA girls basketball game Wednesday night.
Beth-Center led by a point at halftime, but Brownsville regained the lead in the third quarter on its way to a 55-42 victory Tuesday night in Section 4-AAA action.
Nicholas Seto, a senior with a 3.9 GPA, is a four-year letterman and three-year starter in basketball who also lettered three years in cross country and football. He will be a four-year letterman in track & field this spring. He qualified for the WPIAL finals twice and the PIAA finals on…
Washington & Jefferson used a strong second half to down Waynesburg University, 95-84, on Saturday in Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) women’s action at Rudy Marisa Field House.
The combination of Southmoreland's defense and Riley Comforti's offense led the Scotties to a 62-29 Section 4-AAA victory Friday night over visiting Brownsville.
Brownsville used a strong third quarter to rally for a 42-39 non-section victory over Albert Gallatin on Tuesday night at Brownsville Area High School.
The Brownsville girls pulled ahead at halftime, but visiting South Park regained the lead in the third quarter and then held on for a 50-45 Section 2-AAA victory Monday night.