Greater Latrobe Girls Middle School Cross Country

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Greater Latrobe JH Cross Country at Westmoreland Championships

In the attached picture medal winners from L to R: Steven Janke, Liam Wilson, Emerson Skatell, Kyleigh Krisfalusi Photo courtesy of Tony Mehalic The Greater Latrobe Wildcats finished their season at the Westmoreland County Middle School Championship held at Greensburg Central Catholic. On the girls end, the Cats took 4th in the team standings. Norwin

Greater Latrobe JH Cross Country Victorious at GCC

The Greater Latrobe Wildcats traveled to Greensburg Central Catholic to face GCC and Greensburg Salem.  On the girls side, the Ladies defeated GCC and Greensburg Salem with a score of 21-36.  Leading the way for the Wildcats was Emerson Skatell with a new course record of 12:09.  She was followed by Kyleigh Krisfalusi in 3rd, Abbie

Junior High Cross Country Hosts Norwin and Kiski

The Greater Latrobe Wildcats were at Home today to face Norwin and Kiski for their final home event of the season. On the girls end, the Lady Wildcats defeated Kiski with a score of 23-33 but fell to Norwin with a score of 20-41. The highlight of the night came from Latrobe’s Emerson Skatell who

Junior High Cross Country Travels to Boyce Park

The Greater Latrobe Junior High Cross Country team traveled to Boyce Park to face Gateway and Indiana. On the girls end, the Latrobe Cats defeated Indiana with a score of 25-3.  Gateway did not have enough athletes to compete as a team. The top seven finishers for Latrobe were Emerson Skatell who took first overall.

Greater Latrobe Junior High Cross Country at Oak Hollow Park

The Greater Latrobe Junior High Cross Country team traveled to Norwin’s Oak Hollow Park to Face Norwin and Penn Trafford. On the girls end, the Latrobe Cats defeated Penn Trafford with a score of 25-31 but lost to Norwin with a score of 20-39. The top seven finishers for Latrobe were Emerson Skatell who took

Junior High Cross Country Announcement

From Coach Mehalic: It’s hard to believe another school year has ended, and before we know it summer break will be over. As another school year approaches, we have to start preparing for the upcoming activities that it will bring. Due to restrictions of the pandemic, we were unable to hold an informational meeting in