The Philipsburg-Osceola softball team celebrates clinching the PIAA Class 3A title after beating Holy Redeemer 8-3 on June 14 at Penn State’s Beard Field. More than 300 representatives from about 150 school districts requested an overhaul of the current Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association playoff format because of the “uneven” playing field between boundary and non-boundary schools.
The Philipsburg-Osceola softball team celebrates clinching the PIAA Class 3A title after beating Holy Redeemer 8-3 on June 14 at Penn State’s Beard Field. More than 300 representatives from about 150 school districts requested an overhaul of the current Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association playoff format because of the “uneven” playing field between boundary and non-boundary schools. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
The Philipsburg-Osceola softball team celebrates clinching the PIAA Class 3A title after beating Holy Redeemer 8-3 on June 14 at Penn State’s Beard Field. More than 300 representatives from about 150 school districts requested an overhaul of the current Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association playoff format because of the “uneven” playing field between boundary and non-boundary schools. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file

Centre County schools question the PIAA’s new rules to even the playing field

July 18, 2018 08:06 PM