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Kasperowicz camp taking registration

| Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Pine Creek
Former Shaler star forward Drew Martz returned for the Alumni game held at Bladerunners in Harmarville last Sunday. Martz and the former players won the game 9-7.
Pine Creek
Photos: Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal The Shaler alumni team came back to play the current Shaler stars last week.

The Eric Kasperowicz Youth Football Camp will be accepting applications for the 18th year of football instruction.

The camp is non-contact and emphasizes techniques and the fundamentals of football. There is individual time spent with each player as well as instruction based on the level of play.

Opportunities for competition and teamwork are given at each practice session with the goal of having each camper leave as a better football player than when they arrived.

The camp is for kids ages 6 to 14 and will be held at Pine-Richland Football Stadium on June 17 through 20 from 8 a.m. until noon.

For details or to register, visit www.ekfootballcamp.com or call Kasperowicz at 412-818-4051.

La Roche Hall of Fame

La Roche College has announced its 2013 Hall of Fame Class.

The class includes John Arnold Sr. and Family (Honorary Inductee), Bryan Barto (Men's Basketball & Golf, 1998), Casey Byerly (Softball, 2004), Roy Dean (Men's Basketball, 1977), Chrystal Delgado (Softball, 2006), Damian Hall (Men's Basketball, 2000), Lindsay Talbot (Women's Soccer, 2004), and Marcess Williams (Men's Basketball, 2002).

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