Seven Conemaugh Township athletes make commitments
Dillon Boyer entered Thursday’s scholastic baseball action ranked fourth in the state with a .688 batting average.
Boyer will take those impressive numbers a few miles North on Route 219 when he continues his career at the next level. The Conemaugh Township senior will attend Pitt-Johnstown and play NCAA Division II baseball for coach Todd Williams.
Welcome mat rolled out for Pitt personnel
Pitt is moving to the Atlantic Coast Conference during the upcoming football season.
Paul Chryst is staying on as the Panthers’ head coach.
Both story lines were hot topics surrounding the Pitt program this offseason.
New Pitt wrestling coach coming to Johnstown
Jason Peters should feel right at home during the “Night with the Panthers” hosted by the Johnstown Panther Club Chapter tonight at Sunnehanna Country Club.
The new University of Pittsburgh head wrestling coach knows Johnstown and the surrounding region is a hotbed of scholastic wrestling.
- Local baseball briefs 4/15/2013
Seldom-used Negri keys UPJ sweep
A bad bounce during pregame warm ups led to some unexpected playing time for Pitt-Johnstown freshman third baseman Nate Negri on Saturday afternoon.
Yale knocks off Quinnipiac 4-0 to win NCAA hockey title
Yale captain Andrew Miller stopped a reporter when he asked what it felt like to be the final school to make the 16-team when the NCAA hockey tournament began.
- Local baseball briefs 4/14/2013
Voytik shines in Pitt spring game
Pitt coach Paul Chryst has insisted for the last three months the starting quarterback race remains wide open.
Gleason headed to Susquehanna HOF
Westmont Hilltop graduate Ryan Gleason will join the Susquehanna University Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2013 this fall.
Four from Richland committed to UPJ
For Sabrina Wingard, the opportunity to play collegiate soccer with her sister, Savanna, was too great an opportunity to skip.
For Bobby Colvin, Curt Colvin and Ismail Ahmad, the idea of playing highly competitive soccer next to their high school campus made for an easy choice.
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