High School Recruiting

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 University of Notre Dame campus in South Bend, Ind. during a visit and has made a ...

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 ...

GCC's Salley commits to Air Force soccer

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 ...

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 ...

North Allegheny swimmers make college commitments

Seven seniors who were on the WPIAL champion North Allegheny boys and girls swimming teams have made commitments to college programs, including two in Western ...

Gateway football's Clark heading to Geneva

Geneva College's football team sports the same black and gold colors as Gateway, and Gators senior Adam Clark likes that about his new home. Clark also ...

Harlan: Aliquippa sophomore shows his smarts

Among his tweets about friends and football, Aliquippa sophomore Kwantel Raines posted pictures of his report card. The first showed five As and one B, ...

Plum's Casarcia ready to make mark for RMU women's soccer team

A knee injury during her high school career slowed Nicolette Casarcia, but it didn't stop her from closing out her career with both individual and ...

Seton-La Salle's Daly realizes long-time dream, signs with Carlow women's basketball team

Seton-La Salle senior Delaney Daly has long dreamed of playing basketball in college. The Brentwood native remained determined to reach her goal. Daly, 18, ...

Central Catholic's Adams, Hinish commit to Notre Dame

Notre Dame landed its second Central Catholic star in as many days Monday when defensive tackle Kurt Hinish said he plans to join the Irish ...

Stevens to join youthful Chatham squad

The Chatham College women's volleyball team is under the direction of Dylan Lasher, a 2015 graduate of Thiel College who was a four-year letterman for ...

Gateway's Bolen commits to Westminster volleyball

A torn ACL and meniscus could not stop Lauren Bolen from becoming a Titan. The Gateway outside hitter committed to Westminster in late February to seek ...

Baldwin center fielder Eisel opts for IUP baseball program

Baldwin's Chris Eisel has plans to become a Crimson Hawk. Eisel, a senior center fielder at Baldwin, has committed to join the Indiana (Pa.) University ...

Brentwood's McGlaughlin to continue kicking career at Lake Erie College

In high school, Sean McGlaughlin was wideout, linebacker, kicking specialist and punter in the Brentwood football program. He will be narrowing his options to placekicker and/or ...

Gateway's Fultz to join PSU football team as a preferred walk-on

For a number of years, Dom Fultz had a dream to play college football. Those dreams recently were realized when the Gateway senior accepted an offer ...

Oakland Catholic junior Bain picks Robert Morris volleyball

Tall for her age as she grew up, Caroline Bain tried basketball and dance as athletic pursuits. Neither stuck. Then she received a flier for volleyball ...

Franklin Regional's Charlie Mazon to suit up for John Carroll football program

Charlie Mazon excelled in the trenches for the Franklin Regional football team, as the senior earned all-conference honors as a lineman for the Panthers. Now ...

Canevin's Bridgett signs with Alderson Broaddus football

Bishop Canevin senior Amaan Bridgett had several options when he was looking to continue his academic and football career in college. But it was Alderson ...

Canevin volleyball player Menosky headed to Point Park

Bishop Canevin senior Julia Menosky knew she was ready for the college game when she got a chance to practice with the Point Park women's ...

Quaker Valley's Hrabovsky headed to George Washington

An opportunity to contribute right away has persuaded Quaker Valley senior Kyle Hrabovsky to continue his swimming career at George Washington next season. Hrabovsky, 18, of ...

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