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Trial near for Shaler man paralyzed in Pittsburgh police shooting

By Adam Brandolph
A case that sparked racially charged protests and petitions demanding that authorities drop charges against a Shaler man accused of fleeing police will go to …

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Hampton to return to run-first philosophy

Hampton coach Jacque DeMatteo takes pride in a blue-collar work ethic that he instills in his players. While DeMatteo holds true to his philosophy, it …
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NA, Freeport, Bishop Canevin volleyball teams to be challenged

North Allegheny girls volleyball heads into the 2014 season searching for answers. The Tigers knew they needed to replace key seniors like outside hitters Ashley …
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North Hills defeats Fox Chapel

Nick Santucci ran for two touchdowns, and Andrew Bly ran for one and caught another as North Hills (1-0, 1-0) downed Fox Chapel, 35-7, in Quad North play. Brandon Wagner added a touchdown on a  29-yard interception return for North …
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Pine-Richland loaded for playoff push

The story for the Pine-Richland Rams’ 2013 season was all about the details. While the Rams touted one of the best offensive efforts in the …
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Shaler football program seeking fresh start under LeDonne

In an effort to get back to the winning ways the Shaler Titans football squad enjoyed in 2009-12, when it made the playoffs in three …
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Gorman: Storino’s suspension a leap of faith for Vincentian

The first thing Tim Storino noticed in returning to his Vincentian Royals is that they finally look like a football team, not kids just wearing helmets and pads. That was a far cry from Vincentian’s inaugural season in 2012, when …
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