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Defense to play key role for Gateway baseball

By Kevin Lohman
In each of the past two seasons, the Gateway baseball team collected just a single victory. In that span, the team’s greatest challenge had been ...
Expectations high for Gateway softball
By Katie Foglia
The Gateway softball team and its coach, Andy Popojas, are looking forward to getting the season started. The first few games were canceled because of ...
Goals stay the same for Gateway track and field: Bring home hardware
By Andrew John
A decade-long streak came to an end last season for the Gateway boys track and field program. But individually, the Gators were able to bring ...
Plum, Gateway bowlers compete at state tournament
By Alex Oltmanns
For both the Plum and Gateway bowling teams, the Pennsylvania high school championships can be characterized by one word — inconsistency. For the Mustangs, sophomore Sara Kirkpatrick finished eighth in the qualifying round with a score of 1,225 for six games, while freshman Meghan Christman ended in 13th (1,193). Yet, the ...
Gators want to build off memorable season
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity boys lacrosse team became a full-fledged member of the WPIAL last year, competing in section games for the first time. The Gators took ...
New coach has high hopes for Gators squad
By Michael Love
Greg Lockley is new to the varsity boys volleyball program at Gateway, but he isn’t new to Gateway volleyball in general. After taking over the Gators ...
Gateway's Diggins punches ticket to states with top-12 finish at regional tournament
By Michael Love
Gateway senior Bailey Diggins will compete for a Pennsylvania high school singles bowling title after qualifying with a 10th-place finish in the six-game qualifying round at the Western Regional Championships on Friday at North Versailles Bowl. Each of the 74 competitors — all from the WPIBL — rolled six games, and ...
St. Bernadette girls varsity places fourth at state tournament
By Michael Love
The St. Bernadette girls varsity basketball team (seventh and eighth grade) was one of eight to compete at the Pennsylvania State CYO Girls Grade School ...
McAllister a pioneer for the Point Park Pioneers
By Michael Love
Kelly Parsley was hired as the head coach of the new Point Park men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field teams in January ...
Gateway's Harris selected to Roundball Classic
By Michael Love
The rosters for this year’s Roundball Classic all-star basketball games, set for April 18 at Geneva College, recently were released, and senior Daylon Harris will represent Gateway on the Quad-A team. The large school game between senior stars from Quad-A and Class AAA will be at 8 p.m. The first boys game ...
Bucci named new Gateway boys soccer coach
By Michael Love
Marc Bucci joined the Gateway boys soccer program for the 2014 fall season, and, as a varsity assistant, he helped the Gators fight for a ...
Spudich returns as Gateway Gators soccer coach
By Michael Love
When Chris Spudich stepped down as the head coach of the Gateway varsity girls soccer team after the 2011 season, he did so with the ...
New Gateway tennis players will get varsity chance
By Michael Love
Mother Nature hasn’t been too kind to area boys tennis teams, as snow and cold temperatures had the squads scrambling for inside space to start ...
Gateway bowlers set for regionals
By Michael Love
Trips to the state championship will be on the line this weekend as several area high school teams will have bowlers competing at the Western ...
Gateway graduate Chusko fares well at national bowling championships
By Michael Love
Last year at this time, Gateway graduate Angela Chusko was gearing up to help her Gators teammates compete at the Western Regional Championships for high ...
HS highlight reel: Roundball Classic set for April 18
By Tribune-Review
The top scorers in the area will be on display April 18 at the Roundball Classic all-star games at Geneva College. Chartiers Valley’s Matty McConnell ...
Teams thinking warm thoughts as spring practices begin
By Michael Love
Snow was flying and temperatures were stuck in the low 20s as Monday morning progressed. Later in the day, the Gateway varsity spring sports teams began ...
Gateway’s Conti improves on last year’s WPIAL performance
By Michael Love
Last year, Nick Conti qualified for the WPIAL Class AAA tournament at 160 pounds, and he found himself in one of the four pigtail bouts ...
Gateway hockey coach encouraged for future despite 2-win season
By Kevin Lohman
For the Gateway varsity ice hockey team, this season may not have produced the results that it set out to achieve, but that doesn’t mean head coach Gene Perhac is disappointed. In fact, what the Gators coach saw on the ice this season has him encouraged for the future of ...
Roundup: Horner picked for East-West
By Michael Love
The tradition of Gateway selections to the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association’s East-West All-Star Game continues this year, as senior wide receiver and defensive back John McDonald-Horner is among a large contingent from the WPIAL picked to play in the game. The Indiana State recruit is one of 30 WPIAL players ...
Gateway grad claims title, Cal U record at PSAC indoor track championships
By Michael Love
While the weather outside remained frightful last weekend, things inside at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championships were delightful for Gateway graduate Julius Rivera, a ...
Gateway girls bowlers earn playoff tiebreaker over East A
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity girls bowling team knew what it needed to do against Shaler last week in the Section 5 regular-season finale if it wanted ...
Gateway swimmers wrap up season at WPIALs
By Michael Love
Although there weren’t any automatic qualifiers or top-eight WPIAL medalists, Gateway boys and girls swimming head co-head coach Garret Schmidt said he was impressed with the performances of all the Gators competitors at the WPIAL Class AAA championships Friday and Saturday at Pitt’s Trees Pool. “Almost everyone who swam recorded best ...
Conti representing Gateway at WPIAL wrestling tourney
By Michael Love
Junior Nick Conti is making a return trip to WPIALs. The Gateway 160-pounder went 2-2 at Saturday’s Section 1-AAA tournament at Kiski Area and placed fifth ...
Gateway girls coach pleased with players’ effort
By Michael Love
�Gateway head coach Cornelius Nesbit said that while last week’s 34-28 loss to Baldwin in the first round of the WPIAL Quad-A playoffs was tough, he said he made sure his players knew how pleased he was with the effort they showed through the game’s ups and downs. The Gators clawed ...

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