With 11 minutes, 17 seconds remaining in the city rivalry game, Westmont Hilltop goaltender Ian Amaranto patiently followed the nifty moves Bi…
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Bishop McCort Catholic used a big third quarter to propel itself to a 63-60 victory over cross-town rival Greater Johnstown on Friday at Doc S…
Former Shade High School coach Don Fyfe will be back on the sideline as a head coach next scholastic football season.
Ally Stephens led four Crimson Crushers in double figures with 21 points as the visitors topped the Bisons on Friday.
While the Bishop McCort Catholic defense was holding up its end of things during the first half of Wednesday’s girls basketball game at Richland High School, the Crimson Crushers’ offense had its struggles, tallying just 16 points over the the first 16 minutes.
Spencer Myers provided a game-high 22 points as the host Huskies defeated the Red Devils.
The PIAA announced its classifications based on enrollment for high school sports during the 2022-23 and 2023-24 academic years on Tuesday.
After defeating Everett by 34 in the opening round, Bishop McCort battled foul trouble and turnovers, while utilizing a big performance in the fourth quarter to grind out a 52-43 victory over Windber on Wednesday night.
Forest Hills senior Jackson Arrington leads a pack of four local wrestlers still in contention at the Powerade Wrestling Tournament at Canon-McMillan High School.
Bishop McCort Catholic erupted for four second-period goals in a span of less than two minutes Thursday night against Richland to break open a tie game and give Crimson Crushers coach John Bradley his 400th career win in a 5-2 Laurel Mountain Hockey League triumph over the Rams at 1st Summit Arena @ Cambria County War Memorial.