Tag: Winchester Thurston

St. Joseph's Alex Jones (1) drives down the court defended by Winchester Thurston's Gia Thorpe (3) during their game on Thurs. Dec. 21, 2017 at St. Joseph. Winchester Thurston won 62-47.
Winchester Thurston girls rally to defeat St. Joseph
December 21, 2017
So pleased was St. Joseph coach Sally Ackerman with her players' performance Thursday night — even in a losing effort — that she said afterward

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Winchester Thurston's Ayanna Townsend (22) grabs a rebound late in the game against Riverview during their PIAA Class A playoff play-in game at Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School in Cranberry on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016.
WPIAL Class A girls basketball players to watch
December 7, 2017
Preseason Player of the Year Ayanna Townsend (above) Winchester Thurston 6-2, Sr., center 18.6 ppg in 2016-17 Players to watch Taylor Kirschner Quigley Catholic 5-8,

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Winchester Thurston senior Tristan Forsythe won the Class A title at the PIAA cross country championships Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017, in Hershey.
Greensburg Salem boys place pair in top 20 at PIAA cross country championships
November 4, 2017
HERSHEY — You don't always have to win to be satisfied with your race result. Greensburg Salem juniors Mark Brown and Cameron Binda didn't win

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WPIAL Boys X-Country – Seneca Valley, Indiana & Winchester Champs
October 27, 2017
Winchester-Thurston and Seneca Valley both repeated as boys’ cross-country team champions on Thursday, while Indiana also claimed gold. Meanwhile, the three individual winners were first-time champions, all of whom finished in the top five in their respective classifications last year. In the annual event held at Coopers Lake Campground in Slippery Rock, Winchester-Thurston displayed complete […]

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Greensburg Salem's Mark Brown and Indiana's Kendall Branan sprint to the finish line to take second and third place during the WPIAL boys Class AA championship race Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, at Cooper's Lake Campground.
Greensburg Salem boys cross country headed to PIAAs
October 26, 2017
Greensburg Salem cross country coach Nathan Snider was both happy and sad Thursday at the WPIAL cross country championships at Cooper's Lake Campground. Glad the

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Winchester Thurston celebrates a goal to put them up 2-1 against Greensburg Central Catholic in the second half on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, at Hampton.
Third time not a charm as GCC boys lose to Winchester Thurston in boys soccer quarterfinals
October 25, 2017
Greensburg Central Catholic could not solve Winchester Thurston this season. Not in two section games and not in a playoff game. And what really stings

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Mt. Pleasant's Arthur Bartlow (13) jumps for a header against Freeport in the first half on Thursday Oct. 05, 2017 at Mt. Pleasant.
WPIAL boys soccer quarterfinal preview capsules for Westmoreland County teams
October 24, 2017
Quarterfinals Class 4A No. 3 Franklin Regional (16-2) vs. No. 11 Canon-McMillan (11-6) 8 p.m. Wednesday at Gateway On air: Tribhssn.triblive.com Winner plays: No. 2

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Winchester Thurston's Tristan Forsythe
Pittsburgh athletes of the week: Winchester Thurston’s Tristan Forsythe, USC’s Savannah Shaw
September 13, 2017
Tristan Forsythe School: Winchester Thurston Class: Senior Sport: Cross country Claim to fame: Forsythe crossed the finish line first for the second consecutive season in

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South Fayette’s Sam Snodgrass crosses the finish line just ahead of North Allegheny’s Daniel McGoey in the Class AAA race at the Red, White and Blue Classic on Saturday Sept. 9, 2017, at Schenley Park.
Runners enjoy running ‘old’ course at Schenley Park for Red, White & Blue Classic
September 9, 2017
For the past two years Schenley Park's cross country course had to be re-routed because of construction work. With the course now returned to its

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MSA Sports 2017 Girls All-Netters
March 31, 2017
There are more than 8,000 reasons to like the players on the first team of this year’s MSA All Netters girls all-star team. That’s how many points the five players have scored in their careers. The All Netters team is selected by the MSA Sports staff and takes into consideration all players in the WPIAL. This year’s first team consists of three seniors and two juniors, and the three seniors are all headed to Division I colleges. And all five were big scorers. One of the seniors is among the top 10 scorers in WPIAL history. Here is a look at the first- and second-team selections on the All Netters team, as well as the Player of the Year. FIRST TEAM: PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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