By Karen Price
Sto-Rox scored first, but Burrell scored the next 23 points in an eventual 62-30 win at Sto-Rox on Friday night.
Burrell improves to 4-2, and Sto-Rox falls to 1-5.
Burrell coach Dave Bellinotti said the coaching staff stressed fundamentals knowing Sto-Rox, despite being young, can be a tough matchup.
Sto-Rox got on the ...
South Allegheny mounts 2nd-half rally to top Sto-Rox By David Whipkey
More often than not, being backed up on your own 1-yard line limits a playbook substantially.
South Allegheny coach Pat Monroe threw conventional wisdom out the window Friday night with his Gladiators clinging to a three-point lead late against Sto-Rox. The veteran coach allowed Gladiators quarterback Tyler Hinerman to throw deep ...
Sto-Rox looks for improvement in Class AA By Devon Moore
It wasn’t long ago the Sto-Rox Vikings were perennial contenders.
Just a year removed from three straight WPIAL Class A championship game appearances, second-year coach Jason ...
Gorman: Can Sto-Rox revive sports? By Kevin Gorman
Sto-Rox announced it is bringing back spring sports baseball and softball, which begs a question: Can a school district revive what it killed?
“I was of the opinion that it didn’t have to be done,” said Bill Palermo, who finished his 35-year career at Sto-Rox as the winningest softball coach ...
High school notebook: PIAA heat acclimation rules under review By Chris Harlan and Bill West
The state-mandated heat acclimation period for football teams would increase from three days to five under a proposal the PIAA Board of Directors reviewed at this week’s meeting in Mechanicsburg.
The PIAA board members voted to take the plan back to their individual districts for discussion, said WPIAL president Jack Fullen, ...
HS highlight reel: Hearings scheduled before WPIAL board By Chris Harlan
The WPIAL scheduled several eligibility hearings for November with Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic junior Isaiah Harvin among them. The Penn Hills native, who transferred from Linsly School in Wheeling, W.Va., will have his case heard Nov. 17, said WPIAL executive director Tim O’Malley. Harvin (6-3, 190) played receiver for Linsly.
Sto-Rox starting from scratch in Class AA By Gary Horvath
The Vikings are venturing into uncharted territory.
Virtually everything about the Sto-Rox football program will be different this season, just one year after a third straight ...
High school roundup: Football coaching carousel complete By Staff Reports
It has been quite a busy offseason for high school football coaches looking for jobs in Western Pennsylvania.
With 22 positions open in the WPIAL and City League, hundreds of interviews were held during the past five-plus months.
This week, the final two open positions were filled at Charleroi (Donnie Militzer) and ...
High school notebook: Franklin Regional to host East-West game By Paul Schofield and Chris Harlan
Franklin Regional football coach Greg Botta, who serves as the WPIAL director for the Pennsylvania Football State Coaches Association, announced Monday that the annual East-West game will be played at 2 p.m. May 4 at Franklin Regional.
The game, which rotates sites, features some of the top players in the state.
PIAA board approves football changes By Staff Report
In its board of directors meeting Thursday, the PIAA made a slight change to the regular-season football schedule and full contact practices.
A recommendation to extend the regular season by two days was approved 22-9 to allow a JV matchup on Monday.
e_SBlt After a 31-0 vote, the board added ...
HS Buzz: PIAA board will hear Sto-Rox appeal March 20 By Chris Harlan
Sto-Rox administrators will meet with the PIAA Board of Directors on March 20 to discuss the enrollment numbers submitted by the district, athletic director Howard Bullard said.
The PIAA numbers released in January moved Sto-Rox to Class AA football. The school, which has said its numbers were flawed, would like ...
Aliquippa’s Henry wins PAA’s Mercury Award By Kevin Gorman
Aliquippa’s Dravon Henry was the recipient of the Pittsburgh Athletic Association Mercury Award, honoring the top high school football player in Western Pennsylvania.
Henry, a 6-foot, 185-pound running back/defensive back headed to West Virginia, led the Quips to the WPIAL Class AA final by rushing for 1,242 yards as a ...
Penn Hills great Flynn to be inducted into PAA Hall of Fame By Kevin Gorman
The Pittsburgh Athletic Association will induct former Penn Hills, Pitt and NFL safety Tom Flynn into its Hall of Fame Friday night at its annual John Majors Night celebration.
The Mercury Award also will be presented to the top high school football player in Western Pennsylvania. The finalists are Central Catholic ...
High school notebook: PIAA classifications alter WPIAL landscape By Staff Reports
Sto-Rox has played for a WPIAL Class A football championship the past three seasons at Heinz Field. That won’t happen next fall.
The Vikings were one of five Class A football programs that will compete in Double-A in 2013 and ‘14, according to PIAA enrollment classification reports released Monday.
Sto-Rox, which was ...
Gorman: North’s title a ‘thrill’ for Rooney By Kevin Gorman
North Catholic’s most famous alumnus shook hands with and congratulated the Trojans on winning the first WPIAL football championship in school history.
That they won ...