Dunbar resident Jacob Golden will compete at Sunday's High Voltage GNCC in Maidsville, West Virginia, in the Grand National Cross Country Series, presented by Specialized, an AMA National Championship.
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,
The Uniontown Rotary Club could not hold its annual luncheon to celebrate the 63rd B'nai B'rith Sports Awards this year due to concerns for the coronavirus pandemic but honorees are still being recognized and presented plaques.
Dick Witt and his deceased twin brother Bill were known as “Twin Terrors” when they played football for Connellsville High School in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Many high school baseball players, especially seniors, were heartbroken when the coronavirus pandemic took away their spring year as well as their American Legion season, but a new league will give some a chance to get on the diamond after all.
Jarrod King found out his name was on the Fayette County Sports Hall of Fame ballot for the second year in a row a few months ago.
Memorial Day weekend not only designates the unofficial beginning of summer, but it's also the time the PIAA holds its annual state track & field meet at Shippensburg University.
The Connellsville spring sports squads were just about ready to swing into action when everything was shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
The Riverhounds Development Academy (RDA) announced its 2020 graduation class, and a number of local soccer players area among the 39 athletes who declared their commitment to play collegiately.
Connellsville sophomore Madison Wiltrout wasted no time when her name was called in the second flight of the girls javelin at the WPIAL Class AAA Southern Regional Qualifier at Norwin High School. Her first (and only) throw of the competition sailed 185 feet, 8 inches, surpassing her previous best thrown at the Penn Relays by nearly 17 feet.
The years can often fly by as important dates gather in the past, and that's just the feeling Madison Wiltrout had when she was informed her record-breaking throw in the javelin was five years ago today.
Mount Pleasant's Heather Gardner completed her WPIAL gold medal three-peat in the 100 breaststroke and 50 freestyle, and Laurel Highlands' Maria Mrosko won individual gold and silver at the district meet to share the Most Outstanding Performer Award as the area's top swimmers.
Belle Vernon's Ian Shahan won two WPIAL gold medals, breaking his own times in both events, to repeat as the Herald-Standard Most Outstanding Performer for the 2019-20 swimming and diving season.
Callie Cunningham set the course of her college academic and soccer careers as a sophomore, but the Connellsville senior made it official last fall when she signed her letter-of-intent with Kent State University.
The Ringgold hockey team hopes to have one more hockey game in the 2019-20 season, but as the days wind down the PIHL Class B Division championship against Carrick is becoming more and more unlikely to happen.
Connellsville 6-foot-4 senior Sara Aumer evolved into an inside and outside threat in girls basketball which led to an NCAA Division-I scholarship at North Carolina A&T.