The Ringgold boys had a bigger roster and were just a little deeper in the pool Thursday night for a 96-59 Section 5-AA victory at Uniontown.Sophomore Jake Niziol was one of the keys for the Rams, swimming the breaststroke leg on the victorious 200 medley relay in a WPIAL qualifying time of 1:54.92, winning the 200 IM in 2:17.90, and leading off the Rams swim to victory in the 200 freestyle relay.Niziol also won his favorite event, the 100 breaststroke, in a WPIAL qualifying time of 1:04.88,...
Anna Vogt opened Thursday's Section 5-AA meet with a first-place finish in diving and 400 freestyle relay closed the night by touching the wall first as visiting Ringgold defeated Uniontown, 103-72, in a Section 5-AA swimming meet.Vogt is the defending WPIAL Class AA silver medalist and the junior is looking forward to winning another medal at the district meet this year.
L'Taya Pirl and Seth Younkin both have their academic and professional careers mapped out as the enter their final semester at Connellsville Area High School.Not only do the two scholar-athletes excel in the classroom, but both are key components on the basketball floor.For those reasons Pirl and Younkin have been chosen as Connellsville's winter sports representatives for the Centennial Chevrolet Scholar-Athlete program.Pirl is the daughter of Jennifer Key and Robert Pirl, of Connellsville,...
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