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Eden boys among top teams in Section 1-A

By Devon Moore
Going into the 2015-16 season, Eden Christian’s boys basketball team had a major hole to fill. The Warriors lost all-time leading scorer Carter Ehms to graduation, ...
Eden’s Gronbeck to run at Bucknell
By Karen Kadilak
After competing for a small high school, Eden Christian Academy senior Lauren Gronbeck looks forward to continuing her track and cross country career on a ...
Eden Christian grad Folz looks to make waves on Pitt women’s swimming team
By Karen Kadilak
Eden Christian Academy graduate Mary Margaret Folz is facing some challenges in her first year on the Pitt women’s swimming team after transferring from St. ...
Eden Christian boys basketball returns ‘nice nucleus’
By Zach Brendza
Eden Christian lost its all-time leading scorer coming into this season. While losing a player of that caliber isn’t easy, coach Todd Aiken thinks the team will be able to keep pushing forward. The Warriors are without Carter Ehms this year, the first time Eden has been in this situation ...
Confidence key for Eden girls basketball
By Zach Brendza
The main goal for Eden Christian’s girls basketball team early in the season was to build confidence. The Warriors already have started building. “We built up some confidence. Girls are really starting to gel as a team as far as having faith in each other, faith in themselves,” first-year coach Will Smith ...
Healthy Jeannette gets rematch with Monessen
By Paul Schofield
When Jeannette started the season 1-4, many thought the Jayhawks were in for a long season. Not coach Adrian Batts. He said he knew his team ...
Gorman: Upset puts Eden on map
By Kevin Gorman
A week ago, Eden Christian Academy had never won a WPIAL playoff game in any sport. After beating Clairton in the first round and top-seeded and previously undefeated Sewickley Academy in the Class A quarterfinals, Eden Christian is the talk of the WPIAL basketball playoffs. The Warriors (18-5) play ...
Unselfish Eden Christian Academy defeats cold-shooting Bears, 60-46
By Dave Mackall
Eden Christian Academy won its first playoff game in any sport, easily handling Clairton, 60-46, in a WPIAL Class A first-round boys basketball game Tuesday ...
Eden Christian’s Ehms ready to tackle links at college level
By Jerry Clark
When it came to choosing a college, Eden Christian Academy’s Carter Ehms has the kind of intangibles schools are seeking. “Carter comes from a strong ...
Eden Christian baseball endures 1st season troubles
By Karen Kadilak
The Eden Christian baseball team (0-11 overall, 0-7 in Section 4-A) has struggled in its first season in the WPIAL. Some players lacked baseball experience, said ...
Eden Christian basketball teams face key games
By Karen Kadilak
The Eden Christian boys and girls basketball teams had a lot in common entering this week. In contention despite injuries to top players, both needed wins ...
Eden Christian boys aim for playoff berth
By Karen Kadilak
The Eden Christian boys basketball team (1-1) is seeking more consistency this season. The Warriors, who open Section 2-A play in two weeks, beat Cornell and ...
Eden Christian girls basketball teams look to overcome lack of depth
By Karen Kadilak
A lack of depth is expected to hinder the Eden Christian girls basketball team (0-2) this year. The Warriors do not have as many players as in previous seasons. “We’re going to have to avoid injuries and stay out of foul trouble,” coach Steve Good said. Eden Christian played a Section 2-A game ...
Eden Christian senior runner finishes in top 10 at states
By Karen Kadilak
Having won the school’s first WPIAL title of any kind, Eden Christian senior Carter Smith was optimistic about becoming the school’s first state champion in any sport at the PIAA Class A boys cross country meet last weekend in Hershey. But Smith fell short of his goal, finishing ninth in 16 ...
Shaler’s Schwartz sets course record, defends title at WPIAL championships
By Gary Horvath
Her countless days of training, no matter the weather, have paid off. Shaler junior Brianna Schwartz battled through near-freezing temperatures and ran the best race ...
Eden Christian volleyball making playoff push
By Karen Kadilak
Off to a strong start, the Eden Christian girls volleyball team is optimistic about reaching the playoffs for the first time. In their third year in the WPIAL, the Warriors were 3-1 in Section 4-A entering this week. Last season, they were 2-10 in section play. They travel to Avonworth on Thursday. “Making ...
Eden Christian boys soccer set to open season under 1st-year coach
By Karen Kadilak
Under first-year coach Tommy Bresson, the Eden Christian boys soccer team hopes to qualify for the WPIAL playoffs. The Warriors, who joined the WPIAL two years ago, begin Section 3-A play at North Catholic on Tuesday. Eden Christian will host Seton- La Salle on Sept. 10. With the top ...
Eden Christian girls soccer begins 1st WPIAL season
By Karen Kadilak
In its first year in the WPIAL, the  Eden Christian girls soccer team has a  modest goal. “We want to be competitive in each game,” coach Gary Laird said. The Warriors open Section 3-A play Sept. 4 at Steel Valley. Their first section home game will be Sept. 9 against Carlynton. The Warriors ...
Plenty of hurdles for Vincentian's first-year program
By Jason Mackey
Starting a football program from scratch didn’t exactly strike Tim Storino as easy, but Vincentian’s coach can only shake his head at some of the ...
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