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Track: Ringgold’s Cooper has an outstanding time in TSTCA win

Written by Brad Everett on .

Bailey Cooper had to have been happy with her performance last Saturday.

Not only did Cooper win the 100 hurdles title at the Tri-State Track Coaches Association Championships, but the Ringgold senior did it by running the fastest time by a WPIAL runner this season.

Cooper ran a blazing 14.78 to capture the gold medal in the meet held at West Mifflin. It was a down-to-the-wire finish, too, as runner-up Ashley Amato of Plum ran a 14.82, the second-fastest time in the WPIAL this spring.

To put Cooper's time into perspective, her mark would have been good enough to take second at last year's WPIAL Class AAA championships. Pine-Richland's Kat Quigley, who has since graduated, won the event with a time of 14.71. Cooper placed fifth at those championships after running a 15.47.

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Alumni Update - Chianti Sivek (Pitt-Greensburg)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

ALTOONA, Pa. - The Pitt-Greensburg women's basketball team ended up on the wrong end of a 70-53 decision after a Wednesday roadSivek PGU trip to Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference foe Penn State Altoona.

The loss evens the Bobcats' conference record and 1-1 and 3-5 on the season as Altoona move to 2-1 in the AMCC and 2-4 overall.

A trio of Bobcats finished in double figures led by Chianti Sivek, a Ringgold graduate, with 12 points.

 

(photo courtesy of Pitt-Greensburg)

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Photo Journal: Girls Basketball - RInggold vs. Montour (Dec.5)

Written by Marilyn Schwilm on .

Ringgold and Montour face each other in the final game of the Montour Girls Basketball Tip Off Tournament, Saturday, Decewmber 5, 2015. Ringgold defeated McGuffey the first day of the tournament and lost to Montour 62-44 in the last game of the day.

Photos by Marilyn C. Schwilm, Tri-State Sports & News Service

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Alumni Update - Noah Smith (Chatham)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Latrobe, Pa. -The Cougars raced in the Presidents' Athletic Conference hosted at Saint Vincent College.Smith Chatham

The cougar men placed ninth in the inaugural season of men's athletics.


The cougars were led by first year Noah Smith, a Ringgold graduate, covering the 8k course in 28:52.

 

(photo courtesy of Chatham University)

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Boys Soccer: South Feature Athlete - Ringgold's Joey Romano

Written by Brad Everett on .

Name: Joey Romano
School: Ringgold
Grade: 12
Sport: Boys Soccer
Position: Midfielder

Background: Romano had a goal and three assists to lead Ringgold to a 4-1 win at Trinity on Saturday. The win helped Ringgold finish 12-0 in Class AA Section 6. The Rams won their second consecutive section title and are 22-0-2 in section play the last two seasons. They hold an overall record of 13-4 this season.