PITTSBURGH — A number of issues plagued the Derry Area girls’ basketball team during a first-round playoff loss against Freeport Area.
The St. Vincent College women’s basketball team locked up the top seed in the upcoming Presidents’ Athletic Conference playoffs with a dominant 82-40 victory over visiting Geneva on Wednesday.
Despite a run midway through the second half, the St. Vincent College men’s basketball team fell at home to Geneva, 85-73, in Wednesday’s Presidents’ Athletic Conference matchup.
Other than the two Heritage Conference semifinals and championship games, the most important one for the Ligonier Valley boys’ basketball team this season may be the one it didn’t play.
Greater Latrobe girls’ indoor soccer team captured the recent Midnight Madness 7v7 tournament at Canon-McMillan High School. The Lady Wildcats went undefeated at 6-0-1. Members of the team included Ella Bulava, Morgan Reilly, Maddie Delucio, Chloe Boyette, (back) Kristen Thomas, Makenna Malone, Ava Lorenzi, Sofia DeCerb, Karly Thomas, Regan Reilly and Claire Gerard.
Greater Latrobe School Board, at its regular meeting Tuesday, formally approved hiring Tom Kennedy to return as head coach of the district’s boys’ varsity soccer team.
PITTSBURGH — Sidney Crosby had a goal and three assists to help the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Toronto Maple Leafs, 5-2, on Tuesday night.
The Derry Area girls’ basketball team might have to overcome the loss of two starters during the Lady Trojans’ first playoff game in four years.
Four Derry Area athletes — Connor Quinlist, Serena Slusarcyk, Tara and Leah Perry — recently competed at the Tri-State Track Coaches Association Indoor Track and Field meet at Edinboro University.
GL JV wins in hockeyAllen Rider was the hero as Greater Latrobe scored a late third-period goal to defeat visiting Shaler Area, 4-3, during a junior varsity hockey game Monday at Kirk S. Nevin Arena in Greensburg.
The Greater Latrobe, Derry Area and now Ligonier Valley wrestling teams have a new home after the WPIAL established new sections for the 2020-21 school year.