Tag: Mt. lebanon
Fox Chapel set to host 18th annual Allegheny County wrestling tournament
January 17, 2019A native of East Liberty, where wrestling wasn't very prevalent as he grew up, Ron Frank nonetheless made the sport a significant part of his life's work. And even after nearly four decades of coaching at Fox Chapel, Frank still gets a rush from the sight of the medal stand
Mt. Lebanon’s Ward chasing WPIAL butterfly record that’s stood since ’83Mt. Lebanon senior Trinity Ward is out to break the oldest WPIAL swimming record on the books. Ward, the three-time defending WPIAL Class AAA champion, hopes to better the mark in the girls 100-yard butterfly (54.16 seconds) set by Penn Hills' Melanie Buddemeyer in 1983. Ward is off to a
Mars boys, North Allegheny girls lead Trib 10 basketball rankings
January 16, 2019Every Wednesday during the 2018-19 WPIAL basketball season, the TribLive High School Sports Network releases Power Rankings during the WPIAL Roundball Report at 6:30 p.m. Then, after the show, we will post the Trib 10 at TribHSSN.TribLive.com. These rankings have zero classification boundaries. Here are the ranking for the week
No. 4 Mt. Lebanon boys take down No. 2 Upper St. Clair in Section 2-6A clash
January 15, 2019There was no letdown. Fresh off a dramatic home victory Friday, the WPIAL Class 6A No. 4 Mt. Lebanon Blue Devils went on the road and defeated previously-unbeaten and second-ranked Upper St. Clair, 56-46, before a packed gym at Upper St. Clair High School Tuesday in Section 2 action. Mt.
High school wrestling notebook: Dolde to get 1st taste of Hempfield-Greensburg Salem rivalryWhen Tommy Dolde coached wrestling at Connellsville, the Falcons really didn't have a rivalry match. Mt. Pleasant was the Falcons' rival for a few years when Rob Waller coached the Vikings in the late 1970s, and Uniontown was another rival in the early '80s. Connellsville then left Fayette County and
Sewickley, OLSH set for rematch in Tuesday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
January 14, 2019By comparison sake, this is a budding rivalry. But the intensity and number of meetings has made this one of the hottest matchups in the district. Sewickley Academy and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart will meet for the eighth time in two calendar years when the two powers collide
Trib HSSN PIHL player of the week: Montour’s Ritchy Froehlich Jr.
January 13, 2019During the second period of Montour's 13-1 win Monday against North Hills, Class A's third-leading scorer, Michael Felsing, was on the bench, sitting next to another sophomore, Anthony Migliozzi. The pair watched their captain, senior Ritchy Froehlich Jr., score a goal to make it 9-1 and secure a hat trick.
Trib HSSN’s PIHL Team of the Week: Montour Spartansandquot;Everything was clicking.andquot; Those were the words Clay Shell used to summarize Montour's 13-1 win over North Hills on Jan. 7. It was a win against an Indians' team that is in fourth place in the Class A North Division. The Spartans hadn't played since Dec. 17, when they picked
Baldwin’s O’Malley, NA’s Burton win 3 events at TSTCA indoor meetBaldwin's Brendan O'Malley and North Allegheny's Casey Burton won three events apiece Saturday at the Tri-State Track Coaches Association indoor meet in Edinboro. O'Malley, a senior, won the boys 200, 400 and long jump. Burton, a junior, won the girls 60, 200 and long jump. The meet was the second
Pine-Richland remains atop PIHL power rankingsEvery Monday during the 2018-19 PIHL hockey season, the TribLive High School Sports Network releases Power Rankings. These rankings have zero classification boundaries. Here are the rankings for the week of Jan. 13. Overall record includes wins, losses, ties and overtime losses. PIHL TRIB 10 1. Pine-Richland Rams (12-0-0-0) (Last
Franklin Regional game tying goal and West Allegheny game winning goal in the boys 3A PIAA semifinal
Central Catholic stars out fast but the Seneca Valley’s defense comes up big in a win over Central Catholic during first round 6A WPIAL action at Fox Chapel High School.
Seton LaSalle’s Gabe Rosario scores with an assist from T.J. Cherry against Springdale during boys A soccer consolation game.
Shady Side Academy repels a late charge by Deer Lakes in the boys 2A WPIAL semifinal at North Alleghen
Zo Gardner of New Castle Basketball on TribLive HSSN Center Stage – UPMC Sports Medicine “Stay Strong and Play On”