High School Recruiting

Gorman: Clairton's Wade has a top 10, invite

Lamont Wade got gold and silver medals Thursday at the WPIAL track and field finals, as well as a golden ticket. Wade won WPIAL Class ...

Harlan: Armstrong running back finally outruns questions

College football recruiters who visit Armstrong junior Zane Dudek share a common question about the WPIAL's leading rusher. Is he fast enough? "I try to tell ...

Penn-Trafford hoopster Stinelli headed to W & J

When Penn-Trafford's Sean Stinelli was looking for a college to attend, he was looking for the perfect mix of academics and athletics. He found what he ...

Quaker Valley's Bablak to continue running career at Rice

Quaker Valley senior Hannah Bablak will continue her track career at Rice University after learning about the school from a QV graduate who competed there. Bablak, ...

Pine-Richland's Jurkovec commits to Notre Dame

Phil Jurkovec tried to keep an open mind during the recruiting process, but once he received a scholarship offer from Notre Dame, he knew that's ...

Norwin's Sabol signs with Seton Hill women's volleyball

Throughout her high school career, Taylor Sabol found success on the court wether it was volleyball or basketball. But when she was looking at her future, ...

Pine-Richland rower to take talents to Hobart College in fall

Pine-Richland senior Alex Engel has shown vast improvement on the Three Rivers Junior Rowing team and will continue his career on one of the top ...

Gateway baseball's Donatelli bound for Point Park

Mitchum Donatelli isn't fully concentrating on his college opportunities just yet. The Gateway senior is focused on the big picture of finishing the 2015-16 academic year ...

Quaker Valley's Bould commits to Central Michigan

Quaker Valley junior Rachel Bould is eager to join a growing program and made an early commitment to the Central Michigan women's lacrosse team for ...

Gorman: Alabama scouring WPIAL for recruits

For a school with only one WPIAL product on its roster, Alabama sure has been spending a lot of time in Western Pennsylvania lately. The ...

Fox Chapel's Bove signs with Duquesne

Fox Chapel senior Michael Bove has signed with the Duquesne University men's track team and is expected to contribute right away next season. Duquesne coach Jim ...

Gorman: Steelers' top pick will bring his brother

When the Steelers drafted Miami's Artie Burns Jr. in the first round, WPIAL football gained a new major-college prospect. That's because Burns is guardian to ...

Penn-Trafford gunslinger Laffoon headed to Grove City

If Brett Laffoon's high school career has any indication of his future, Grove City football fans should be excited. The Penn-Trafford senior will continue his football ...

Gateway girls volleyball standout Scott headed to Bethany

Pazia Scott provided a tall presence up front several years for the Gateway varsity girls volleyball team. The senior said she benefitted greatly from her time ...

Quaker Valley's Kwalick commits to Westminster

Quaker Valley senior Matt Kwalick will stay in Western Pennsylvania to continue his swimming career next season. Kwalick, 18, of Sewickley has committed to the men's ...

Gateway football's Tipton headed to Thiel

Savon Tipton will begin a new journey this fall as he continues his academic and football pursuits at Division III Thiel College in the Presidents ...

Harlan: Thomas Jefferson's Zandier in no rush to switch positions

Thomas Jefferson junior Zane Zandier may switch positions eventually, but history tells him there's no reason to rush. So for now, he'll remain an ...

Sewickley Academy's Thorpe commits to Notre Dame

Sewickley Academy senior Summer Thorpe was awed by the Notre Dame campus in South Bend, Ind., during a visit and has made a commitment to ...

Gateway's Shuman to play soccer at Carlow University

Malak Shuman didn't want her soccer-playing experience to end after high school or when her cup eligibility runs out. She had her sights set on playing ...

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Gorman: Rosato helped grow Duquesne football

When John Rosato took a prospective football recruit around the Duquesne University campus, Dukes coaches jokingly called it The Gilligan's Island Tour. "It lasted three ...

Mt. Lebanon's Buerger commits to Penn

Mt. Lebanon senior Emma Buerger was uncertain where to continue her swimming career, but after visiting the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia earlier this month, ...

Former Jeannette standout Batts signs to play at LIU Brooklyn

Julian Batts' decision to attend prep school paid off with a NCAA Division I basketball scholarship. Batts, a 2015 Jeannette graduate, announced Friday he will be ...

Franklin Regional's Lee, Jefferson-Morgan's Teasdale commit to Iowa for wrestling

Spencer Lee and Gavin Teasdale are following similar wrestling paths in high school. Both are undefeated, have won multiple WPIAL and PIAA titles and are looking ...

Hankinson ready to take talents to Division I Eastern Kentucky

Plum senior Clairissa Hankinson met Eastern Kentucky women's volleyball head coach Lori Duncan through a family friend. Interaction between Hankinson and Duncan began from there ...

Gorman: Central's Thorpe feels love at PSU

With the chance to play football at the college of his choice, CJ Thorpe took a road trip to visit SEC powers. The Central Catholic ...

Longhorns hook Mt. Lebanon swimmer Lanphear

Mt. Lebanon senior Jack Lanphear turned in an outstanding performance at the WPIAL Class AAA swimming championship meet last month, and that helped land him ...

4 Penn-Trafford student-athletes set to play in college

The strength of the Penn-Trafford athletic programs was on display last week as four athletes signed letters of intent. Amanda Balas will continue her bowling career ...

Greensburg CC soccer standout Salley puts broken leg behind her

It happened early in the WPIAL Class A girls soccer championship game last fall when Greensburg Central Catholic junior midfielder Shannon Salley broke her leg ...

Harlan: Montour junior a hard-to-miss prospect

Montour junior Mason Cholewa could call himself one of the biggest football recruits in the WPIAL. There aren't many bigger than the almost 6-foot-7, 260-pound ...

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