The Herald, Sharon, Pa.


  • In control Hickory girls, Farrell boys win Guerino titles

    The Hickory girls and Farrell boys captured championships on Saturday night at the 17th annual Buddy Guerino Underclassmen Basketball Tournament at Sharpsville High School.
    The Hickory girls beat Kennedy Catholic, 41-29, for the crown while the Farrell boys topped Mercer, 76-35, for the title.
    In the consolation games, Sharpsville defeated Sharon, 35-15, in girls hoops while the Sharon boys beat Hickory, 57-33.

    March 30, 2014 1 Photo

  • SPORTVIEW: Eagles' release of Jackson was a strange move

    ONE OF THE strangest NFL moves I’ve seen in a long time involved the Philadelphia Eagles releasing DeSean Jackson.
    Jackson is one of the top wide receivers in the league and a danger to score every time he touches the ball, including punt returns. But the big question is: Why was he just released? Couldn’t they find a trade at least to get some value back?

    March 30, 2014

  • Tanner Powell WM track teams go 6-1 at Big Red Duals

    The West Middlesex girls and track teams both went 6-1 on Friday at the annual Big Red Relays. Both teams lost to Mohawk.
    The WM boys beat A.C. Valley (129-17), Commodore Perry (120-26), Kennedy Catholic (128-18), Laurel (89-61), Sharon (108-38), Union (127-19) and lost to Mohawk (96-53).
    The Ms. Reds topped A.C. Valley (128-18), Commodore Perry (120-22), Kennedy Catholic (123-14), Laurel (123-14), Laurel (89-56), Sharon 114-26, Union (107-33) and lost to Mohawk (96 1/2-48 1/2).

    March 29, 2014 1 Photo

  • Buddy Guerino Tourney winding down

    Hoops action continued on Friday night at the 17th annual Buddy Guerino Underclassmen Tournament at Sharpsville High and Elementary Schools.

    March 29, 2014

  • Andre Campbell KC, Hickory girls win Guerino semifinal games

    Hoops action continued on Wednesday at the 17th annual Buddy Guerino Underclassmen Tournament at Sharpsville High and Elementary schools.

    March 27, 2014 1 Photo

  • Reganne O'Brien Roundup: Guerino Tourney continues at Sharpsville

    Action continued on Tuesday night at the 17th annual Buddy Guerino Underclassmen Basketball Tournament at Sharpsville High and Elementary schools. The following was reported to The Herald:

    March 26, 2014 1 Photo

  • Aaron Emmett 17th annual Guerino Tourney begins

    The 17th annual Buddy Guerino Underclassmen Baskteball Tournament tipped off on Monday night with games at Sharpsville High and Elementary Schools .

    March 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • Roundup: Sharpsville softball team rallies to beat GC

    ä Sharpsville 13, Grove City 11 — At Grove City’s Memorial Park, Sharpsville’s Rachel Harenchar clubbed 2 home runs and drove in 5 runs as the Lady Blue Devils rallied from an 8-2 deficit to top GC in the season-opener for both teams.
    Kelsey Ferlin went the distance for Sharpsville. She struck out 4, walked 7 and gave up 8 hits. She was also 3-for-4 at the plate, which included a double, with 4 RBI.

    March 25, 2014

  • SPORTVIEW: Mother Nature must not like high school spring sports

    HERE WE GO again! High school spring sports are getting under way in unspringlike weather.
    Baseball and softball fields are a mess from rain, snow and frozen ground. Tennis players compete unless the rain or snow make the courts too wet and slippery.
    Track and field is usually a go, but it’s hard to record a good time in the 100-meter dash in a hooded jacket. And it’s not much fun shivering while huddling in blankets to keep warm between events.

    March 24, 2014

  • Nikki Arbanas Hickory's incredible run ends against Blackhawk

    BUTLER — Shakespeare warned us to “beware the Ides of March” — March 15, the assassination of Julius Caesar.
    In the year 2014, on the Ides of March, it was more a case of beware Blackhawk and the eyes of Chassidy Omogrosso.
    Omogrosso owned the free-throw line Saturday afternoon, converting all 13 of her attempts in leading the Lady Cougars 48-45 PIAA Elite Eight round win over Hickory.

    March 15, 2014 1 Photo

  • Taylor Hood Vincentian ousts KC for 3rd straight year

    BUTLER — Legend has it, when Coach Eddie McCluskey, at season’s end saw his players weeping — despite the disappointment of defeat — he took it as a good sign because they’d given their all and had nothing more to give.
    For the 3rd consecutive season Kennedy Catholic High girls basketball program had its season short-circuited by perennial power Vincentian Academy, on Saturday by a 56-29 count.

    March 15, 2014 1 Photo

  • Malik Miller CV overcomes 16-point deficit to oust Farrell

    NEW CASTLE — Playing in pain, playing with pride, playing with composure — all important components to winning basketball games.
    But understanding how to play with prosperity is equally important; failing to do so by losing one’s composure can prove painful to one’s pride.
    Farrell High boys basketball’s proud program painfully permitted a 16-point halftime spread to evaporate, resulting in a 69-62 PIAA playoffs loss to Central Valley Friday night.

    March 14, 2014 1 Photo

  • Nikki Arbanas Buzzer-beater in OT lifts Hickory past defending state champs

    With 4 seconds remaining in overtime during Thursday night’s PIAA Class AAA quarterfinal-round game, Holly Grober had tears in her eyes.
    Tears of agony.
    Megan Chess had attempted just 2 shots and not scored a point.
    She finished the game scoreless.

    March 13, 2014 1 Photo

  • April Bocian KC girls oust Claysburg-Kimmel, 45-38

    GREENSBURG, Pa. — Nobody said it would be easy. Not when you get to the second round of the PIAA playoffs. But nobody said it would brutal!
    “That was a very, very physical game,” said a relieved Kennedy Catholic coach Chris Mele after his team defeated a hard-nosed group of Lady Bulldogs from Claysburg-Kimmel, 45-38, Thursday night at Hempfield High School.

    March 13, 2014 1 Photo

  • Trey Staunch Big Reds fall to Greensburg Central Catholic

    WEXFORD — The West Middlesex High boys basketball team was eliminated from the PIAA playoffs Thursday night following a 73-57 loss to Greensburg Central Catholic.
    “The ball didn’t bounce our way (Thursday) night, and I’m kind of disappointed about it. But our effort was still there,” West Middlesex mentor Chad Mild said.

    March 13, 2014 1 Photo

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