Belle Vernon's Ian Shahan and Mount Pleasant's Heather Gardner had an eventful opening day of competition Friday evening at the PIAA Class AA Swimming & Diving Championships with both swimmers winning silver medals.Laurel Highlands' John Ek and Elizabeth Forward's Kaelyn McClain also earned a spot on the Class AA awards podium.The preliminaries were delayed because of dangerous road conditions with several teams, including Belle Vernon, caught up in the temporary road closure.Shahan, a...
Another batch of medals is up for grabs when the PIAA Swimming & Diving Championships begin today at Bucknell University.The two-day Class AAA state meet begins today and runs through Thursday, while the Class AA swimmers and divers take to the pool on Friday and Saturday.Maria Mrosko opens the state meet for local swimmers and divers today with the Laurel Highlands freshman swimming in the Class AAA 200 IM.
Shawn Hytla scored with just under three minutes remaining in the game Monday night to lift Moon to a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Connellsville in the PIHL Division 2 semifinals played at the RMU Island Sports Center.Hytla capitalized on a 2-on-1 break against Falcon goalie Sebastian Skarzenski after the Connellsville defense came up short on a pinch in the offensive zone. "We made a mistake. The game came down to the team that makes the first mistake.
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