Frazier defeated visiting Waynesburg Central, 4-1, in Section 3-AA play Tuesday night in a volleyball match featuring two of the better teams in the WPIAL.
Jefferson-Morgan School District
1351 Jefferson Rd., Jefferson, PA 15344
Jefferson Township, Morgan Township, Rices Landing Borough, Jefferson Borough and Clarksville Borough
Donna Brown, Cindy Jento, Lisa Mattish, Robert Mitchell, Brittany Morrison, Deborah Phillips, Mark Pochron, John Shaffer III, Daniel Wagner
School board meetings Voting sessions are held at 6:30 p.m. the third Monday of the month in the elementary school library.
Ernest DeHaas, Radcliffe & DeHaas, Uniontown, 724-439-3900
Trenton Carter continued his outstanding season for Carmichaels but Mapletown's Landan Stevenson remains atop the Herald-Standard Touchdown Club standings after Week Three.
ROSTRAVER TWP. -- Belle Vernon's Tyler Mocello limped around Cedarbrook Golf Course's Red course, teammate Patrick Bush and Connellsville's Ethan Rice found a way to hit the target score, and Uniontown's Logan Voytish finished under par Monday in the Section 2-AAA qualifier to earn berth into next week's semifinal.
Trenton Carter ran for four touchdowns and passed for another to lead visiting Carmichaels to a 44-18 victory Friday night at Mapletown in the Tri-County South Conference opener.
Carmichaels posted four scores under 40 Wednesday afternoon for a 189-240 victory over visiting Charleroi in Section 8-AA action at Carmichaels Golf Club.
Jocelyn Gratchic scored the match's only goal and goalkeeper Madison Kinneer made it stand in Connellsville's 1-0 road victory Tuesday night at Belle Vernon in Section 2-AAA play.
Brownsville had tough return to the golf course after a year off, dropping both ends of a non-section triangular match Monday afternoon at Carmichaels Golf Club.
Southmoreland scored the final three touchdowns of the game Thursday night to rally for a 35-20 non-conference road victory over Perry Traditional Academy.
Breydon Woods rushed for 275 yards and four touchdowns as the Raiders rolled to a 64-20 victory at Bentworth in non-conference football action Friday night.
Waynesburg Central kept rolling through the early part of the Section 8-AA schedule with a 189-215 victory Thursday afternoon over visiting Charleroi at Rohanna's Golf Course.
Week Zero should've been renamed "Fireworks Night" after the explosive performance several local high school teams put on during the opening of the football season Friday night.
Tyler Mocello and Patrick Bush led the way for visiting Belle Vernon Tuesday afternoon in the Leopards' 199-243 victory over Albert Gallatin in Section 2-AAA action.