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Central Catholic’s DeRenzo named Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Baseball Player of the Year

By Chris Harlan 10:21 p.m.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR DOMENIC DERENZO Central Catholic, Senior, Catcher When Central Catholic’s season ended, Domenic DeRenzo hurried off to Martha’s Vineyard for a ...
Gorman: Draft dodges Central Catholic’s DeRenzo
By Kevin Gorman
Dom DeRenzo listened to the second day of the Major League Baseball Draft on Tuesday during an 11-hour drive with his father to Martha’s Vineyard. ...
Team effort needed to transport shells to USRowing Youth Nationals
By Karen Kadilak
Dubbed the admiral of the fleet, volunteer George Volosky was key to the success of the Central Catholic rowing team in recent years, departing coach ...
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Central Catholic’s Jack Tumulty, Quaker Valley’s Emily Kraus
By Alex Oltmanns
Jack Tumulty School: Central Catholic Year: Sophomore Sport: Baseball Claim to fame: Tumulty threw a five-hit shutout in the Vikings’ 2-0 win over Norwin in ...
Central Catholic’s Frezza to row at Delaware
By Karen Kadilak
The shortest person on most boats, Central Catholic senior Edoardo Frezza said he had to row fast to keep up with taller boys on the ...
Shaler gets revenge against rival Central Catholic in PIAAs
By Chris Harlan
Shaler starter Jake Potock rooted for Central Catholic to win the WPIAL title, but his motives weren’t quite innocent. After an emotional loss to ...
Quartet of 1st-time WPIAL champs prepare for stint in PIAA playoffs
By Chris Harlan
The WPIAL baseball trophy Greensburg Central Catholic won Tuesday didn’t go directly into a display case at the school. Instead, it went home with ...
Gorman: WPIAL trio triumphs over tragedy
By Kevin Gorman
From profound personal loss came paramount victory, one after another. Thirteen months after his father died suddenly, Central Catholic sophomore Jack Tumulty threw a five-hitter ...
Gorman: Central’s DeRenzo catches a shutout
By Kevin Gorman
Central Catholic’s first WPIAL baseball champions will be best remembered for blanking a Norwin team that held every playoff opponent scoreless. The box score will ...
Central Catholic alums shine at Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges Men’s Sprints
By Karen Kadilak
As a member of the Central Catholic rowing team, David McFall won many medals, including gold as a scholastic national champion in 2013. But none, he ...
Central Catholic knocks off Norwin to win 1st WPIAL baseball title
By Chris Harlan
Central Catholic coach Frank LaCava joked that he wanted to wrap his hands around his pitcher’s neck at times this season. Not anymore. Instead, ...
Previewing the the 2015 WPIAL baseball championships
By Chris Harlan
Breaking down the 2015 WPIAL baseball championships: CLASS AAAA Norwin vs. Central Catholic 5 p.m. Wednesday, Consol Energy Park No. ...
Mistakes costly for Seneca Valley in playoff loss to Central Catholic
By Chris Harlan
For the first time in five years, the WPIAL baseball championship won’t include Seneca Valley. The Raiders could call that a mistake. With an ...
Harlan: National recruiters keep busy at Central Catholic
By Chris Harlan
When the spring evaluation period closes at month’s end, Central Catholic’s campus could become a little quieter. For now, the coaches continue to come. “We had Ohio State, Penn State and Notre Dame in the same building (at the same time),” said Rick Capretta, the school’s Dean of Students and ...
Oakmont Country Club caddie earns Evans scholarship
By Karen Kadilak
Thanks to an impressive record as a golf caddie at the Oakmont Country Club, Central Catholic senior Cullen Boltey has earned a prestigious national scholarship ...
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Central Catholic’s Bricen Garner, Seton-La Salle’s Raja Rutherford
By Alex Oltmanns
Bricen Garner School: Central Catholic Year: Junior Sport: Track and field Claim to fame: Garner took first place in both the long jump (21-2) and ...
Gorman: Marotta a ‘tragic loss’
By Kevin Gorman
Marc Marotta’s mother lectured Central Catholic’s Lou DeVito to get the ball to her son, who scored his points within the flow of the game. “He was the focal point of the team anyway,” said DeVito, a friend and classmate. “He was bigger than life. He could walk in a ...
Former Central Catholic standout Marotta dies at age 52
By Tony Raap
Marc Marotta had his choice of any college in the country. He was a star basketball player and straight-A student at Central Catholic High School in ...
Franklin Regional’s Lee named Tribune-Review Wrestler of the Year
By Paul Schofield 7:59 p.m.
Franklin Regional wrestler Spencer Lee did something this year that many in his shoes might not have — wrestled at a higher weight so his ...
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Central Catholic’s Vincenzo Joseph, Beaver’s Lexi Posset
By Alex Oltmanns
Vincenzo Joseph School: Central Catholic Year: Senior Sport: Wrestling Claim to fame: Joseph claimed his second consecutive PIAA championship last weekend, winning the 152-pound title ...
PSU recruit Joseph to meet club pal, an Iowa recruit, in PIAA Class AAA semis
By Bill West
HERSHEY — Young Guns Wrestling Club practices forged a bond between Central Catholic senior Vincenzo Joseph and Punxsutawney junior Kaleb Young over the past several ...
High school notebook: Latrobe’s Shaffer accepts offer to wrestle at Virginia
By Paul Schofield and Chris Harlan
Latrobe junior Jake Shaffer was going to wait until after the PIAA wrestling championships to announce his college choice. But when the University of Virginia increased ...
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 ...
Harlan: Duquesne gaining popularity with WPIAL recruits
By Chris Harlan
With only 23, the number of FBS recruits from the WPIAL was lower than usual this year. But with FCS schools heavily recruiting here, more than three dozen others still joined Division I football. Duquesne can be credited for boosting that number. The Dukes signed eight WPIAL recruits from this ...
Top 10 WPIAL recruits in the Class of 2016
By Chris Harlan
1. Miles Sanders, Woodland Hills (above) Twitter: @BoobieMiles_4 5-foot-11, 192 pounds, running back Sanders verbally committed to Penn State in July, but others continued to offer ...

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