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McCandless ‘Rock-a-thon Queen’ keeps on rockin’ for fundraiser

By Bill Zlatos
Sister Lorraine Marie Ferlin is a one-woman rocking crew. “They call me the Rock-a-thon Queen. They’re always teasing me,” said Sister Lorraine, 72, an 18-year resident ...

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Mt. Lebanon, Hampton capture WPIAL boys lacrosse titles

For the fourth time in seven years, Mt. Lebanon is WPIAL champ. Blue Devils junior Dan Lee scored the winner with 6 seconds left in the second overtime Friday night to beat North Allegheny, 9-8, in the WPIAL Division I …
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Harlan: Coveted North Hills lineman fits up-tempo style

North Hills junior Jake Buccigrossi would prefer a hurry-up offense in college, one that requires everyone to hustle downfield. “That will really influence my decision,” he said. “I’d like a fast pace.” How many linemen say that? A 6-foot-4, 280-pound …
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Lost among high scorers, lacrosse faceoff specialists can tilt field

In the middle of a conversation before his team’s WPIAL Division I quarterfinal game against Sewickley Academy, North Allegheny senior midfielder Zach Smith casually used …
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Shaler girls lacrosse wins 3rd straight title; Quaker Valley takes D-I

Buoyed by senior Shannon Lynch’s three second-half goals, the No. 2 Shaler girls lacrosse team overcame a 4-3 halftime deficit to win its third consecutive …
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Vincentian’s Nee transferring to Highlands

Jamison Nee is coming home. The standout basketball player from Harrison Township is transferring from Vincentian Academy to Highlands. Highlands athletic director Chuck Debor said …
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