Northern Bedford girls part of the family | News, Sports, Jobs

By Todd Irwin [email protected] Girls wrestling has been gaining momentum in Pennsylvania in recent years thanks to the Sanction PA movement. High schools throughout the state have begun adding girls programs. Northern Bedford became the 36th school in the state to add girls wrestling on April 12. The Panthers are the second team in District … Read more

Dickson bringing elite football camp to Maui News, Sports, Jobs

Jojo Dickson is shown training athletes at his Dickson Performance facility in Kahului. Dickson, a Baldwin High School graduate who played collegiately at the University of Idaho and professionally for several years, worked for over a year to bring an ESPN 300 football camp to Maui – the camp is scheduled for July 2 at … Read more

‘Jacks offense explodes in playoff victory | News, Sports, Jobs

Tupper Lake’s Griffin Shaheen pitches the ball during Monday’s playoff game against Harrisville. (Enterprise photo – Parker O’Brien) TUPPER LAKE – The Lumberjacks aren’t done just yet. After dropping three straight games to end the regular season, the Tupper Lake baseball team turned up the intensity at just the right time. The Lumberjacks piled on … Read more

Hayes leads Pirates past Rockies | News, Sports, Jobs

PITTSBURGH – Ke’Bryan Hayes had three hits and scored the tiebreaking run on Yoshi Tsutsugo’s infield single in the eighth inning as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Colorado Rockies 2-1 on Monday night. Hayes singled to lead off the eighth against Tyler Kinley (1-1), stole second base and advanced to third on Daniel Vogelbach’s groundout. … Read more

Cardinals crush Bucs in 18-4 romp | News, Sports, Jobs

PITTSBURGH – Albert Pujols hit two home runs, then caught the warmup tosses when star catcher Yadier Molina made his first pitching appearance to close out the St. Louis Cardinals’ 18-4 romp over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday. Molina gave up a pair of homers and four runs while working the ninth inning, eventually completing … Read more

O’Shaughnessy brothers setting the tone for YSU | News, Sports, Jobs

Correspondent photo / Robert Hayes YSU junior Braeden O’Shaughnessy trots around the bases after hitting a home run against Niagara on April 12. NILES – It’s a small world of baseball for the O’Shaughnessy brothers. From tossing to each other in their parents backyard as children in Poland to becoming high school teammates, to going … Read more

Gaels are ready to raise the bar News, Sports, Jobs

Messenger photo by Britt Kudla: Returning letterwinners for the St. Edmond softball team are, front row (left to right): Kaili Henning, Payton Bradley, Anna Kolacia and Michaela Leiting. Back: Hadley Oswald, Lauren Gibb, Aly Nieland, Gracie Harvey and Ansley Oswald. Bill Shirbroun knows his St. Edmond softball team possesses plenty of budding young talent. In … Read more

Time To Shine News, Sports, Jobs

Southwestern’s Dontae Hoose throws the discus during Friday’s Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Championships at Falconer’s Bill Race Field. PJ photo by Tim Frank FALCONER – The Southwestern boys have had a history of team success as evidenced by them winning their fifth straight Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 track & field title earlier this week. Not … Read more

Trojans Clinch Division 1 Title Outright, Edge Gowanda 5-2 | News, Sports, Jobs

GOWANDA – Southwestern clinched at least a share of the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 title Tuesday. On Thursday, the Trojans took it all for themselves with a 5-2 victory over Gowanda. Southwestern batted around and scored all five of its runs in the fifth inning after trailing 1-0. Kenyon Davidson singled, Judd Harris laid … Read more