Connellsville Area School District
732 Rockridge Road Connellsville, PA 15425
Bullskin Township, City of Connellsville, Connellsville Township, Dawson Borough, Dunbar Borough, Dunbar Township, Saltlick Township, South Connellsville Borough, Springfield Township, Vanderbilt Borough
James Duncan, Jay Fox III, Paul Harshman, Bryan Kisiel, Kevin Lape, Dan Martucci, Dr. Paul Means, Francis Mongell, Gary Wandel
School board meetings â Voting sessions are held at 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month in the high school auditorium with work sessions held at 8 p.m. the Monday prior at the same place.
Christopher Stern, Connellsville,
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.
Sadie Miller and Kara May are not only teammates on the Connellsville softball team, but share other interests and outlooks, as well. Ms. Jennifer Furajter and her AP Biology course rates as their favorite class, and both acknowledged the importance of last year's WPIAL playoff run by the La…
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.
The sports world is at a stand-still, but Connellsville graduate Kyle Martin believes it is better to embrace the adversity than worry about something that can’t be controlled.
A trio of Connellsville hockey players were all set to play in national tournaments in early April, only to have the 2020 Chipotle-USA Hockey National Championships cancelled over concerns with the COVID-19 virus outbreak.
Ryan Brown and his Trenton Golden Hawks teammates were preparing for their Ontario Junior Hockey League quarterfinal playoff series when the league made the announcement the remainder of the 2019-20 season had been officially canceled because of concerns due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Madison Wiltrout was ready to wrap up her spring break stay at home when the Connellsville graduate received notification from the University of North Carolina she was going to be home a little bit longer.
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.
Brooke Poling hit five 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 23 points and Kaitlyn Riley added 18 points as Penn State Fayette defeated Albany College P&HS, 72-31, in a USCAA Women's Division II consolation game at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus on Monday.
Connellsville’s Jared Keslar and Jace Ross didn’t reach their ultimate goals of winning a state championship, but the Falcon duo found a spot on the podium when action concluded on Saturday evening in the PIAA Class AAA Championships at the Giant Center in Hershey.
Waynesburg Central’s Wyatt Henson and Rocco Welsh met familiar foes Saturday night in the PIAA Class AAA Finals, as both won their semifinal bouts in the morning session at the Giant Center in Hershey.
Waynesburg Central’s Luca Augustine, Wyatt Henson and Rocco Welsh, Belle Vernon’s Cole Weightman and Connellsville’s Jared Keslar assured themselves of no worse than sixth place in winning their quarterfinal bouts on Friday in the PIAA Class AAA Championships at the Giant Center in Hershey.
Connellsville’s Jared Keslar didn’t have the debut to the state tournament that he would have preferred last year, but following a pair of victories on Thursday, the Falcon sophomore is one win away from placing at the PIAA Class AAA Championships.
Frazier’s Thayne Lawrence looks to become the 47th three-time state champion while 16 other local wrestlers are eyeing their first gold medal when the PIAA Class AA and AAA tournaments kick off this morning at the Giant Center in Hershey.
The Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus women’s basketball team opens play Sunday in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Division II national championship tournament, and head coach Scott Hillen is excited.
Waynesburg Central had eight wrestlers advance to the finals of the Section 4-AAA wrestling tournament Saturday and five won titles at Chartiers Valley High School.