Shady Side Academy’s Scheid picks Penn By Karen Kadilak
Shady Side Academy senior Sarah Scheid did not spend much time in deciding where she wants to continue her rowing career next season.
Scheid, 17, of ...
Shaler’s Sartori signs with Marist By Haley Sawyer
Amanda Sartori is a multi-tasker.
The Shaler first baseman signed a letter of intent last week to play softball at Division I Marist College in Poughkeepsie, ...
Sewickley Academy senior rower commits to Penn By Karen Kadilak
Impressed by the direction in which the program is headed, Sewickley Academy senior Sophia Carlson has verbally committed to the University of Pennsylvania women’s rowing team.
Carlson, 17, of Sewickley plans to join the Quakers, who are based in Philadelphia, for the 2016-17 season.
Penn, which was sixth in the Points ...
Fox Chapel’s Reese decides on Hawaii By Marty Stewart
It looks like Fox Chapel volleyball player Jack Reese will have to deal with only one more Pittsburgh winter. The 6-foot-7 senior middle blocker ...
Recruiting: Like father like son? Aiken Jr. gets basketball offer from Pitt By Chris Harlan
Pitt basketball might see another Curtis Aiken era.
North Allegheny sophomore Curtis Aiken Jr., whose father starred for the Panthers in the mid-1980s, added an offer from Pitt this fall. The 6-foot-1 point guard also has an offer from Tennessee but doesn’t expect to commit anywhere for a while. ...
Aliquippa’s Pugh commits to Pitt By Jerry DiPaola
Kaezon Pugh, who has led undefeated Aliquippa to No. 2 in the Tribune-Review Class AA rankings, became the 11th commitment in Pitt’s Class of 2016 ...
Recruiting: NA’s Sestili drawing Division I interest By Chris Harlan
Griffin Sestili was told that his football coach needed to speak with him after their game.
He didn’t know why.
“For the whole second half, when the second team was in, my mind was racing like, ‘Oh, man, what’s this about?’ ” said Sestili, a North Allegheny junior. ...
Gorman: Offers rolling in for Pine-Richland QB By Kevin Gorman
When Eric Kasperowicz handed Phil Jurkovec the phone Thursday, he didn’t say who was on the other end of the line.
Jurkovec glanced at the caller ID and saw Pat Narduzzi’s name, surprised to see that the Pitt football coach wanted to talk with him.
“Whenever I saw it was ...
Gorman: Robert Morris lands WPIAL trio By Kevin Gorman
Matt Fennell followed his future teammates on Twitter, so the Upper St. Clair offensive lineman saw the announcements of their college choice before making his.
Fennell’s decision to make a verbal commitment to Robert Morris was an independent one, but it followed Clairton multi-purpose back Harrison Dreher and Penn-Trafford defensive ...
RMU picks up commitments from Clairton RB, 2 others By Dave Mackall
Harrison Dreher said there were plenty of college choices, but Robert Morris was the best fit.
The Clairton two-way senior running back/linebacker made a commitment Saturday to play for the Colonials, and he can’t wait.
“I know what coach (John) Banaszak has done and where he’s been,” Dreher said. “He’s won Super ...
Harlan: USO quarterback Rutherford setting his own path By Chris Harlan
Shawn Rutherford often can guess the first question most football fans will ask him: Is he related to Rod Rutherford, the former City League quarterback who later starred at Pitt?
Yes, they’re cousins.
“Every time my name gets mentioned, his name appears,” said Rutherford, a quarterback for City League ...
Derry’s Phillippi commits to wrestle at Virginia By Paul Schofield
Virginia snagged another wrestler from Westmoreland County on Monday when Derry senior Micky Phillippi verbally committed.
The two-time PIAA champion picked Virginia over Penn State, Iowa, Virginia Tech and N.C. State.
“I felt comfortable there,” Phillippi said. “The coach is a great guy, and I feel I can excel ...
Harlan: Lincoln Park guard Cummings sharing the scoring By Chris Harlan
When it comes to his basketball future, Nelly Cummings is willing to trade some points for assists.
“I’m 6-foot,” he says. “To get where I want to, I can’t be a scorer first. I need to distribute, score when I have to and lead a team — all ...
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