High School Softball: Neshannock pitcher earns MVP honor
Softball has always been a pitcher’s game. And, Neshannock High’s Madison Shaffer has shown over the past two seasons that she’s one of the best hurlers around.
Pirates Baseball: Harrison gets big hit, Bucs trade Grilli
Josh Harrison got the game-winning hit and yet all anyone wanted to ask him about was how he wriggled out of that wild rundown an inning earlier.
NBA Draft: Cavs select Wiggins with No. 1 pick
Andrew Wiggins went No. 1, so he got to make the first pitch. What would he say to LeBron James about joining him in Cleveland? “I want to win,” Wiggins said. “If he wants to win, we’d be good together.”
NHL Hockey: Penguins hire Mike Johnston as coach
The Pittsburgh Penguins have insisted during their extensive front office overhaul that the on-ice product doesn’t need to change much for the franchise to return to the NHL’s elite. Small tweaks, not big ones, are required.
Pirates Baseball: McCutchen has 2 RBIs, Bucs beat Rays
The Pittsburgh Pirates came out on top in their latest one-run game. Andrew McCutchen drove in two runs, Jeff Locke pitched into the eighth inning, and the Pirates beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-5 last night.
Greg Huston: Soccer? You can’t be serious!
Let's keep this short and sweet: If anyone still thinks that Josh Harrison does not deserve an everyday playing spot on this Pirate team, then they have lost their mind.
World Cup: Klinsmann says U.S. wants win, not tie, vs Germany
American players still were showering off the sweat from the steamy Amazon night when the first questions about a possible conspiracy were asked: Would the United States and Germany try to play to a tie Thursday that would guarantee World Cup advancement to both nations?
High School Basketball: Ovial resigns as coach of Ellwood
Ellwood City Lincoln High lost a star player when Nick Aloi transferred to Lincoln Park. Now, the Wolverines are in need of a head coach, too.
Our Opinion: Sportsman’s group seeks an end to Sunday restrictions
Pennsylvania’s ban on most Sunday hunting is undoubtedly a relic of the state’s old Blue Laws. But while most of those rules — that sought to restrict business and recreational activities on Sundays, mainly for religious reasons — have fallen by the wayside, the hunting ban remains.
Must-See Video: College recruiting a 9-year-old basketball star
Have we lost our minds? The University of Miami women’s basketball team is actively recruiting a fourth-grader. Yes, a fourth-grader!
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