Tag: Beth-Center

Frazier’s Lawrence among top wrestlers returning in WPIAL Class AA
December 5, 2018
Returning PIAA Class AA champion Thayne Lawrence, Frazier (30-2 last season) andamp;#8226; The junior is a two-time WPIAL champion and won the 152-pound title. His career record is 67-8. Returning PIAA Class AA placewinners Christian Clutter, McGuffey (47-6) andamp;#8226; The senior has a 119-23 career record, was the WPIAL 170-pound

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WPIAL Class AA preseason wrestling rankings
WPIAL Class AA preseason team rankings Rank, team, last season's record 1. Burrell, 13-7 andamp;#8226; The Bucs return 11 starters and have won 12 consecutive WPIAL titles. They are the team to beat until someone defeats them. 2. Freedom, 11-6 andamp;#8226; The Bulldogs reached the semifinals and finished fourth in

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WPIAL top 10: Playoff streaks
November 7, 2018
THE TOP 10 Playoff streaks Does it seem like a number of schools always make the playoffs Here is a list of the 10 longest playoff appearance streaks in WPIAL history: Schoolandamp;#0010;Number, Yrs. qualified 1t. Aliquippaandamp;#0010;24, 1995-2018 1t. Thomas Jeffersonandamp;#0010;24, 1995-2018 3. Woodland Hillsandamp;#0010;23, 1996-2018 4. McKeesportandamp;#0010;21, 1998-2018 5. Upper

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Freeport volleyball earns WPIAL quarterfinal victory
October 30, 2018
Freeport still is searching for its best performance, but the Yellowjackets have a chance to find it in the WPIAL semifinals. Ally DeJidas tallied a team-high 12 kills and Lauren Lampus added 11 to lead Class AA No. 1 Freeport to a 3-0 sweep of No. 8 Seton LaSalle in

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Greensburg Central Catholic girls volleyball advances to semifinals
October 29, 2018
No. 3 Greensburg Central Catholic withstood two persistent sets by No. 6 Brentwood, but prevailed for a 3-0 victory in the WPIAL Class A quarterfinals Friday night at Oakland Catholic. Despite no one recording more than two kills, the Centurions were able to use strong serves to throw Brentwood off

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No. 2 Deer Lakes blanks Beth-Center for WPIAL Class 2A 1st-round victory
October 22, 2018
Hosting the first WPIAL playoff game in history Monday night, Deer Lakes wanted to give the home fans something to remember. The Lancers tallied three goals in the first half and limited Beth-Center to one shot on goal for the night in a 5-0, Class 2A opening-round victory. Deer Lakes

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PIAA golf, tennis tournaments on tap in Tuesday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
The first day of the PIAA golf championships are in the books from the Heritage Hills Golf Resort, and a handful of district golfers in the hunt for state gold. WPIAL Class AAA girls champion Caroline Wrigley of North Allegheny shot a 2-over par 74 and has a one-stroke lead

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A-K Valley WPIAL boys soccer playoff preview capsules for Oct. 22, 2018
October 21, 2018
boys soccer Class 4A First round No. 12 Plum (11-7) vs. No. 5 Pine-Richland (10-4-3) 8 p.m. Monday at Pine-Richland Winner plays: Winner of No. 4 Canon-McMillan/No. 13 Fox Chapel Coaches: Anthony Russo, Plum; Jon Conner, Pine-Richland Players to watch: Cole Kelly, Plum; Tom Fest, Pine-Richland Corner kicks: Plum is

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Girls soccer playoffs set to begin in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
October 19, 2018
The curtain goes up Saturday on the 2018 WPIAL girls soccer postseason with 24 first-round playoff matches. Penn-Trafford, Moon, Waynesburg and Greensburg Central Catholic are the defending champions. Not only are Penn-Trafford and Moon in the Class 4A playoff tournament this season, they are on the same side of the

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A-K Valley high school roundup: Apollo-Ridge girls soccer tops East Allegheny
October 6, 2018
Having snapped a four-game losing streak earlier in the week, the Apollo-Ridge girls soccer team is streaking in the other direction as it enters the stretch run of the regular season. Adeline Baustert scored what proved to be the winner, and Mayce Anthony tallied three assists to lead Apollo-Ridge (4-4-1,

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