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Warshel selecting UPJ
For Kelci Warshel, the call to attend Pitt-Johnstown was based on the availability of her desired major – nursing.
Taking an opportunity to join the university’s women’s track and field program was a very nice add-on and one that the Richland High graduate is ready to jump into ...
... Or hurdle over.
Richland pole vaulter decides on Red Flash
Maddison Feather has sailed to great heights throughout her scholastic career at Richland High School.
Feather – a pole vaulter – takes away a District 6 title and an appearance in the PIAA championship meet from her senior season with the Rams.
Area players get PHSBCA nods
Brad Coleman and Alex Sobecky were part of an amazing four-year run by the Bishop McCort High School baseball team.
Jack Shirk is an underclassman who stood out on a Richland squad that also has been one of the best in the LHAC in recent seasons.
Three Rams ink letters of intent
Nico Pecora stood out in three sports at Richland High School.
He could perform at a high level in many roles on the football field while catching or throwing passes, making tackles, defensing passes, or booting punts.
Yahner’s vault highlights area boys day at D6
It was an afternoon of firsts for area athletes Tuesday at the District 6 Class AA Track and Field Championships at Mansion Park.
The biggest factor was the lightning and sheets of rain which caused flooding throughout the venue.
Area girls fare well prior to weather stoppage
It was an unprecedented and abrupt ending Tuesday at the District 6 Class AA Track and Field Championships at Mansion Park.
Lightning and a torrential downpour which lasted over a half hour halted events at the meet at around the halfway point. Action will pick up at 4 p.m. today, weather permitting.
Richland wrestler picks UPJ
Richland wrestling standout Nick Naglic consistently made a name for himself statewide, as he made two PIAA tournament appearances and snagged podium finishes at district and regional tournaments.
With ambitions of making a name for himself nationally, he won’t have to go very far to hit the ground running.
Richland’s Warshel wins four events
A number of area athletes excelled Monday at the Bellwood-Antis Track and Field Invitational.
Richland’s Kelci Warshel won four events, sweeping both the 100 and 300 hurdles races as well as the triple and long jumps.
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Bishop McCort girls defeat Richland
Bishop McCort pitcher Ricki Conrad struck out six, walked four and gave up two earned runs in a rain-shortened, 9-4, 51⁄2-inning win over Richland at Roxbury Park.
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