Carmichaels rallied in the fourth quarter for a 48-39 Section 4-AA road victory at Frazier.
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Kaley Rohanna scored her 1,000th career point and in the process helped Waynesburg Central's girls basketball team clinch its second consecutive section championship Thursday night.
Connellsville scored two goals in the third period and then won the shootout Tuesday night for a 3-2 victory against visiting Elizabeth Forward at The Ice Mine.
Damarion Brown scored 10 of his game-high 24 points in the fourth quarter to help host Brownsville rally past Washington, 51-43, handing the first-place Prexies their first Section 4-AAA loss of the season in boys basketball action Friday night.
West Greene girls basketball coach Austin Crouse was in eighth grade the last time the Lady Pioneers lost a section game before Thursday night's clash at Avella.
Monessen found itself trailing most of the second half in its non-section boys basketball clash with visiting Brownsville on Monday night.
Fayette County has a rich sports history and unfortunately the stories and exploits of many great players and coaches have been lost and forgotten by the sands of time.
Courtlyn Turner rang up a game-high 25 points to help Albert Gallatin keep its playoff hopes alive with a 67-33 win over visiting Thomas Jefferson in Section 3-AAAAA girls basketball action Thursday night.
Jackson Keranko scored 11 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter and overtime and Charleroi rallied from a 10-point deficit to defeat visiting Brownsville, 64-62, in a Section 4-AAA boys basketball battle Friday night.
Uniontown ran its winning streak to 11 and kept pace with Laurel Highlands atop the Section 3-AAAA boys basketball standings with an 85-40 victory over visiting Southmoreland on Tuesday night.
The Ringgold girls tied the game in the third quarter and completed the second half rally in the fourth quarter for a 50-49 win at Uniontown Monday night for the Lady Rams' first Section 3-AAAA victory.
Megan Voithofer hit two 3-pointers in the fourth quarter and another in overtime to help Carmichaels rally past host Bentworth, 43-41, in a Section 4-AA girls basketball battle on Thursday night.
No one was better among local girls volleyball players at hammering a kill in a crucial situation, or any situation, than Frazier senior Jensyn Hartman.
Uniontown had four players in double figures Wednesday night with the Red Raiders cruising to a 109-49 victory against Waynesburg Central in the Southern Garrett (Md.) Tournament.