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Montour kicker comes through in win over Central Valley

By Chris Harlan
Montour sophomore Nolan Hutter faced quite a set of circumstances for his first varsity field-goal attempt: A 20-yarder with 57 seconds left in a tied ...
Montour seeks early Parkway edge against Central Valley
By Chris Harlan
In a conference that seems wide open, Montour senior David Haseleu says his team is eager to join the race. The Spartans return much from last ...
High school football notebook: WPNT to televise games this season
By Chris Harlan
At least three separate outlets will televise WPIAL football games this fall. Two are well-known. Root Sports hasn’t yet announced matchups, but it will televise games this season starting in October. Comcast Xfinity, which announced a 12-game schedule, again will make games available through its On Demand feature. The newcomer is ...
Class AAA breakdown: Armstrong merger shakes up Greater Allegheny Conference
By Doug Gulasy
Mark Lyons knows well what a merged school is capable of on the football field. He doesn’t have to look any further back than 2010, when ...
Experienced line to pave way for reigning champion Central Valley
By Chris Harlan
Central Valley has no four-star recruits for the first time in team history, so the Warriors may alter their approach a little. “We’re ...
Central Valley wins program’s 1st playoff game
By Chris Harlan
Once second baseman Rocco Martini made an over-the-shoulder catch for the final out Tuesday, Central Valley’s senior-heavy roster finally could celebrate the first playoff win ...
Trib Cup: Win over rival Blackhawk highlights impressive season for Central Valley
By Alex Oltmanns
The Central Valley baseball team’s 7-6 win over Blackhawk on Wednesday was more than just an average mid-season win. Not only was it the Warriors’ eighth victory of the season, already equaling their win total from a year ago, but it also marked the first time in program history that ...
WPIAL players selected to play in Big 33 game
By Staff Reports
Twelve senior players from the WPIAL have been selected to play in the 58th annual Big 33 Football Classic on June 20 at Hersheypark Stadium. The team includes Central Catholic tight end Graham Adomitis (Princeton), linebacker Bryan Glover (Eastern Michigan) and defensive back John Petrishen (Penn State); Penn Hills lineman ...
Central Valley’s Whitehead wins Mercury Award
By Staff Report
Central Valley’s Jordan Whitehead on Friday was the recipient of the Pittsburgh Athletic Association Mercury Award, honoring the top high school football player in Western ...
Gorman: Pittsburgh Athletic Association awards a great event
By Kevin Gorman
The same guy who got me out of jury duty got me into one of my favorite events. In 2000, attorney Paul Walsh called to ...
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrific 25: CV’s Whitehead best of the best
By Chris Harlan
Player of the year JORDAN WHITEHEAD RB/DB Central Valley, senior, 6-0, 180 The most dangerous playmaker in the WPIAL, Jordan Whitehead scored touchdowns ...
WPIAL players named to Class AAA, A all-state teams
By Staff Report
The Pennsylvania football writers all-state teams for Class A and AAA were released Monday. Several players were recognized from Western Pennsylvania. In Class AAA, selections ...
High school notebook: Records tumble during PIAA football title games
By Staff Reports
It was a record-setting weekend in Hershey. Keepers of PIAA and WPIAL record books were busy updating their standards of excellence thanks to several outstanding individual ...
Central Valley star Whitehead sticking with Pitt, won’t enroll early
By Kevin Gorman
HERSHEY — Central Valley star Jordan Whitehead, Pitt’s marquee recruit from the Class of 2015, said he plans to honor his commitment to the Panthers ...
Archbishop Wood runs past Central Valley in PIAA Class AAA final
By Chris Harlan
The stadium scoreboard credited Archbishop Wood with a 35-point first-quarter lead, maybe the work of someone counting tone rather than touchdowns. The ...
Gorman: Central Valley’s life after death
By Kevin Gorman
Central Valley was supposed to spend this week celebrating its first PIAA championship berth. Instead, the Warriors mourned the death of a teammate. Tragedy struck the school district when senior lineman Dominick “Andy” Treemarchi went into respiratory distress early Sunday and died late that night. In a span of 48 hours, ...
Central Valley prepares for ‘big’ test against Archbishop Wood O-line
By Chris Harlan
Central Valley coach Mark Lyons believes he’s seen another offensive line this fall just as good as Archbishop Wood’s. Maybe just as strong. Maybe just as ...
Gymnastics coach Gazda guiding trio of high school teams
By Karen Kadilak
Busy coaching three high school girls gymnastics teams, Terri Gazda hopes to add a fourth next year. Gazda, 56, of Coraopolis, has met with officials at ...
Central Valley advances to PIAA Class AAA title game
By Chris Harlan 11:26 p.m.
There were no broken tackles and no long sprint, but this touchdown was celebrated just as much. Central Valley’s Jordan Whitehead scored ...
Trib Cup: North Allegheny, Central Valley, Shady Side Academy, Sewickley Academy lead fall sports standings
By Tribune-Review
Four Western Pennsylvania high schools have a little more to celebrate this holiday season as their student-athletes showed perseverance on the field, racked up accolades and added to their school’s trophy cases. With the fall season coming to a close, four of the top districts in the area rose to ...
Gorman: Central Valley’s Conti accepts role
By Kevin Gorman
Nate Conti saw the writing on the wall after his junior year and wondered whether Central Valley coaches would ask him to change positions. A fullback who was the backup to Preston Johnson, Conti didn’t hesitate when asked to make a move to the offensive line. “I told him, ‘You can ...
McDevitt’s Robinson, CV’s Whitehead focus of AAA semifinal matchup
By Chris Harlan
The state’s focus has followed Central Valley’s Jordan Whitehead and Bishop McDevitt’s Andre Robinson, two tailbacks with major-college talent. They are four-star recruits from separate parts ...
High school notebook: All-state soccer teams announced
By Staff Reports
The Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association announced its all-state teams, and several players from the WPIAL and City League were recognized. For the boys, 12 players were honored, including the state’s player of the year, Abe Kouyate from Obama Academy. The Penn State recruit and Upper St. Clair’s Robbie Mertz (Michigan) ...
Gorman: Are mergers the future of Western Pa. football?
By Kevin Gorman
Central Valley and Conneaut Area, two schools that didn’t exist a half-dozen years ago, met in a PIAA Class AAA quarterfinal game Friday night. You ...
Led by Whitehead’s 4 TDs, Central Valley cruises into PIAA semifinals
By Chris Harlan
Even in hindsight, after seeing the long touchdown that resulted, Conneaut’s coach still considered it the ideal defense to stop that short toss play. A ...

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