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TribLIVE
High school scores and schedules: Oct. 16, 2017(4) 7-1. Pat Kelly, Cathedral Prep, 71; Neal Shipley, Central Catholic, 72; Pa
TribLIVE / Posted 15 hours ago
(4) 7-1. Pat Kelly, Cathedral Prep, 71; Neal Shipley, Central Catholic, 72; Palmer Jackson, Franklin Regional, 73; Jimmy Meyers, Central catholic, 75; Donnie Professori, Pine-Richland, 75; Hunter Bruce, Peters Township, 76; Joe Klingensmith,... Read more
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TribLIVE
Sewickley Academy, Central Catholic boys, NA, GCC girls repeat as WPIAL golf championsled by junior Rico Sciulli's 74. Junior Neal Shipley led “That 70s Show” for t
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
led by junior Rico Sciulli's 74. Junior Neal Shipley led “That 70s Show” for the Vikings with a 1-over 73. Junior Jimmy Meyers followed with a 77, junior Tyler Blake 78 and sophomore Palmer Cuny and junior Shane Kelley matched 79s. “We knew we... Read more
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Times Leader
Local roundup: Tunkhannock girls volleyball edges Meyers in five setsTunkhannock girls volleyball edged Meyers in the fifth set to win Wednesday’s m
Times Leader / Posted 5 days ago
Tunkhannock girls volleyball edged Meyers in the fifth set to win Wednesday’s match 3-2. The Tigers defeated Meyers 27-29, 28-26, 17-25, 25-10, 15-12. Tunkhannock’s Angela Colbenson had seven kills and two blocks, Jena Simmons had 11 digs and eight... Read more
7d
Lake Tahoe News
Bowman eager to defend gold medal in Koreain South Korea. PARK CITY, Utah – The girl next door may become an even bigger
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 7 days ago
in South Korea. PARK CITY, Utah – The girl next door may become an even bigger household name. Olympic gold medalist Maddie Bowman of Meyers is gearing up in a big way for the Winter Games next February in PyeongChang, South Korea. At age... Read more
8d
Lake Tahoe News
Stakeholders refuse to give up on Tahoe Olympicscounterpart, Nate Holland, would at least like to see Squaw host a men’s World
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 8 days ago
counterpart, Nate Holland, would at least like to see Squaw host a men’s World Cup – which hasn’t happened in decades. Meyers freestyle skier Maddie Bowman said “it would be great” if the Winter Games to return to the United States because... Read more
11d
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Fillies' volleyball team clinches SIAL Division IV titlescores were 25-10, 25-10 and 25-8. MMI Prep 3 Tunkhannock 2 Gabby Kupsho rack
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 11 days ago
scores were 25-10, 25-10 and 25-8. MMI Prep 3 Tunkhannock 2 Gabby Kupsho racked up a team-best 13 kills and Maddie Perchak and Summer Evancho put down nine apiece as the visiting Lady Preppers outlasted Tunkhannock 21-25, 25-17,... Read more
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12d
TribLIVE
High school scored and schedules: Oct. 4, 2015Wrigley, North Allegheny, 67; Lauren Freyvogel, Pine-Richland, 71; 3. Christina
TribLIVE / Posted 12 days ago
Wrigley, North Allegheny, 67; Lauren Freyvogel, Pine-Richland, 71; 3. Christina Lewis, North Allegheny, 77; 4. Jessica Meyers, Oaklnad Catholic, 78; 5. Danae Rugola, Uniontown, 79; 6. Natalie Welsh, Mars, 81; 7. Esha Vaidya, North Allegheny,... Read more
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14d
TribLIVE
North Allegheny’s Wrigley, CV’s Porter aim to defend girls golf titles... Other section champs in the 21-player field include Uniontown junior Danae
TribLIVE / Posted 14 days ago
... Other section champs in the 21-player field include Uniontown junior Danae Rugola and Oakland Catholic junior Jessica Meyers. ... Westmoreland County has four representatives: Hempfield senior Taylor Short, Franklin Regional senior Jocelyn... Read more
15d
TribLIVE
Westmoreland high school sports lookahead: Week of Oct. 2, 2017Meyer is the returning champion. Others to watch include Latrobe junior Brady
TribLIVE / Posted 15 days ago
Meyer is the returning champion. Others to watch include Latrobe junior Brady Pevarnik, Central Catholic junior Jimmy Meyers, North Allegheny senior Luke Minsky and Thomas Jefferson senior Adam Rossi. The WPIAL Class 3A and 2A girls... Read more
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Times Leader
Meyers continues volleyball excitement with win over Crestwoodhands and celebrated as the screams bounced off the walls of a sauna-like Crest
Times Leader / Posted 19 days ago
hands and celebrated as the screams bounced off the walls of a sauna-like Crestwood gymnasium. Really, you can’t blame the Meyers players. It’s been a long time since the Wilkes-Barre school has been in this position: Sitting at 7-1 and in a tie... Read more
20d
Lake Tahoe News
Elite athletes bond as they rise above everyone elsein each other is another motivating factor. If they aren’t No. 1, they want the
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 20 days ago
in each other is another motivating factor. If they aren’t No. 1, they want their teammate and friends to be. Maddie Bowman of Meyers, along with Maggie Voisin and Devin Logan all compete in the same event – halfpipe skiing. Bowman... Read more
21d
Times News
Marian’s Kurzinsky 9th at league meet101, Mason Kistler (Palmerton) 101, Jake Dellicker (Northwestern) 101, Matthew
Times News / Posted 21 days ago
101, Mason Kistler (Palmerton) 101, Jake Dellicker (Northwestern) 101, Matthew Lalik (Palmerton) 111. Individual Girls Maddie Siuta (Southern Lehigh) 84, Grace Sanborn (Moravian Academy) 92, Larsen Lencheski (Notre Dame), Gabby Smalley... Read more
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26d
Daily Chronicle
Area roundup: DeKalb girls tennis team edges Bartlettof the four doubles matches to prove to 6-8-1 on the year. The top three doubl
Daily Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
of the four doubles matches to prove to 6-8-1 on the year. The top three doubles teams all won – Helene Collin and Izzy Meyers Miller at No. 1, 7-6 (7-2), 6-3; Dennysha Kizer and Josie Hoppenworth at No. 2, 6-1, 6-0; and Hannah Mooberry and... Read more
26d
TribLIVE
High school scores and schedules: Sept. 20, 2017Mars, 81; 5. Hannah Folk, Butler, 84; 6. Lindsay Frabotta, New Castle, 86; 7. M
TribLIVE / Posted 26 days ago
Mars, 81; 5. Hannah Folk, Butler, 84; 6. Lindsay Frabotta, New Castle, 86; 7. Maggie Feczko, Butler, 88 1. Jessica Meyers, Oakland catholic, 78; 2. Taylor Short, Hempfield, 82; 3. Jocelyn Behr, Franklin Regional, 87; 4. Anna Stowers,... Read more
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26d
Daily Chronicle
DeKalb girls tennis team edges Bartlettof the four doubles matches to prove to 6-8-1 on the year. The top three doubl
Daily Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
of the four doubles matches to prove to 6-8-1 on the year. The top three doubles teams all won – Helene Collin and Izzy Meyers Miller at No. 1, 7-6 (7-2), 6-3; Dennysha Kizer and Josie Hoppenworth at No. 2, 6-1, 6-0; and Hannah Mooberry and... Read more
26d
TribLIVE
Westmoreland high school roundup: GCC tennis claims section titlesingles, but the Warriors lost a Section 1-AAA match. Latrobe 4, Franklin Regi
TribLIVE / Posted 26 days ago
singles, but the Warriors lost a Section 1-AAA match. Latrobe 4, Franklin Regional 1 — Addison Kemerer, Gianna Ferry and Maddie Stas won singles matches in straight sets as section champion Latrobe (9-0) won in Section 1-AAA. Taylor Miller and... Read more
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28d
TribLIVE
High school scores and schedule for Sept. 18, 2017Palmer Jackson, Franklin Regional, 68; 2. Neal Shipley, Central Catholic, 70; 3
TribLIVE / Posted 28 days ago
Palmer Jackson, Franklin Regional, 68; 2. Neal Shipley, Central Catholic, 70; 3. Gregor Meyer, Fox Chapel, 72; 4. Jimmy Meyers, Central Catholic, 72; 5. Clayton Skoff, Franklin Regional, 73; 6. Scott Bitar, Fox Chapel, 75; 7. Palmer Cuny,... Read more
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28d
TribLIVE
Westmoreland high school roundup: FR’s Jackson fires 4-under at section qualifierClayton Skoff (73), Ethan Yohe (77) and Chuck Tragesser (81) also qualified. C
TribLIVE / Posted 28 days ago
Clayton Skoff (73), Ethan Yohe (77) and Chuck Tragesser (81) also qualified. Central Catholic's Neal Shipley (70), Jimmy Meyers (72), Palmer Cuny (75), Tyler Blake (76), Shane Kelly (80) and Joe Pronio (80); and Fox Chapel's Gregor Meyer (72),... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Angle's heroics propel Crestwood golf team past CougarsLeague Division I contest Wednesday. Taylor Huth had seven saves for Jim Thorp
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 1 months ago
League Division I contest Wednesday. Taylor Huth had seven saves for Jim Thorpe. H.S. Girls’ Volleyball MMI Prep 3 Meyers 1 Six Lady Preppers recorded at least five service points as visiting MMI downed Meyers (25-18, 25-21, 22-25, 25-12)... Read more
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