North Allegheny tackle Lugg commits to Notre Dame By Kevin Gorman
Josh Lugg has yet to start a game for North Allegheny, but the 6-foot-7, 283-pound junior left tackle made a verbal commitment Friday to one of college football’s traditional powers in Notre Dame.
Lugg, who had 14 scholarship offers, chose the Fighting Irish over Pitt, Michigan State, Tennessee and Wisconsin ...
Knoch ace Shinsky commits to Ohio By Bill Beckner Jr.
After getting Cole Shinsky in its corner, Ohio University won’t have to wait in line to see Southpaw.
Shinsky, the hard-throwing lefty pitcher from Knoch, ...
Harlan: Carmody ‘a little awestruck’ by early offers By Chris Harlan
Mars sophomore Robby Carmody traveled hundreds of miles to play basketball this summer and now has two college coaches interested in keeping him close to home.
Duquesne coach Jim Ferry and Penn State’s Pat Chambers were the first to offer Carmody a scholarship after watching the 6-foot-4 guard compete out ...
GCC pitcher Liberatore switches to Pitt By Paul Schofield
Greensburg Central Catholic graduate Collin Liberatore was all set to attend Campbell this fall.
But things changed the past month, and the 2015 Tribune-Review Baseball Player ...
Softball players commit to Seton Hill By Staff Reports
Yough catcher/infielder Allie Harvey and McKeesport shortstop Vanessa Falce have verbally committed to Division II Seton Hill. Both players, who will enter their senior year of high school, will sign letters of intent during the next early period beginning in November, said Art “Dutch” Harvey, the Yough softball coach who …
Knoch pair showcasing Division I arms By Chris Harlan
Knoch pitchers Cole Shinsky and Alex Stobert saw their breakout summers start a few weeks early.
The two juniors expected to attract college interest this summer while traveling the country with the Glaciers, an all-star team from Ohio. But their recruiting status likely received an early boost when the pair ...
Gateway receiver/defensive back commits to play football at Virginia By Mike Love
Gateway rising senior Aidan Howard on Sunday verbally committed to play football at Virginia, one day after receiving a scholarship offer from the Cavaliers.
The 6-foot-4 receiver/defensive back also had offers from Robert Morris and Massachusetts.
“This is a great opportunity for me,” Howard said. “With my size and ability, I will ...
Harlan: Coveted North Hills lineman fits up-tempo style By Chris Harlan
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 two-way tackle for the Indians, Buccigrossi is more mobile than ...
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