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Harris develops into team leader for Gateway boys

By Alex Oltmanns
For Daylon Harris, the attention is in the details. Standing at 6-foot-5 and weighing 195 pounds, Harris is one of the most athletic players in the ...
Gateway girls roll to victory in Section 2 opener
By Alex Oltmanns
The Gateway girls basketball team’s Section 2-AAAA opener could not have started out any better. Coming off a 42-26 loss in the season opener to defending ...
Gateway hockey building with young talent
By Brian Graham
The Gateway hockey team is in the midst of the second season of its rebuilding phase. Coach Gene Perhac is happy with the progress that’s been made and sees a team competing for section titles coming in the very near future. The Gators are off to a 2-9 start in the Class ...
Woodland Hills grad Wilkins has no problems in latest pro MMA win
By Michael Love
Mike Wilkins didn’t waste any time in showing he was the better fighter in Saturday’s pro lightweight bout with Tennessee’s Chris Coggins at Gladiators of ...
Gateway bowling teams split WPIBL opener
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity boys and girls bowling teams split with McKeesport last week in the Section 5 openers for both teams at Gateway’s home at New Great Valley Lanes in North Versailles. The Gators girls squad scored a 7-0 win, while the Gateway boys fell to the Tigers by a 7-0 ...
Young Gateway wrestlers mix it up at Eastern Area Invitational
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity wrestling team hosted the 37th Eastern Area Invitational Wrestling Tournament on Friday and Saturday at Gateway’s Furrie Sports Complex, and the young Gators squad was not able to post any top-six finishes. “We’re definitely an inexperienced team, but we saw some promising things,” Gateway head coach R.J. Santilli ...
Gateway boys start strong at Plum Tournament
By Michael Love
First-year Gateway varsity boys basketball coach Daryn Freedman wanted his new-look team, No. 5 in the Tribune-Review Quad-A preseason rankings, to best tested at the ...
Penn-Trafford spoils late-starting Gateway girls’ season opener
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity girls basketball team started a little bit later than most other teams in the WPIAL. The Gators didn’t play in an opening-weekend tournament, so Tuesday’s game against defending WPIAL Quad-A champion Penn-Trafford at the Furrie Sports Complex served as the launching pad for their 2014-15 season. At times on ...
Gateway teams kick new WPIBL season into gear
By Michael Love
For the first time in the history of the Gateway varsity bowling program, both the boys and girls teams competed at the state championships. The girls squad took fourth at the Western Regional championships, while the boys were sixth, as the top six teams from each side qualified for states. A number ...
EAIWT an early-season test
By Michael Love
Gateway wrestlers have sparred with their teammates for weeks, and now they are one day away from going live for the first time this season. The Gators will join 21 other schools at the annual Eastern Area Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Gateway High School. “This is going to be a great tournament ...
Gateway’s Horner earns all-conference 1st-team honor
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity football team had an up and down first year in the Class AAA Greater Allegheny Conference. The Gators started 0-3 overall and 0-2 in conference play. But the team rallied to finish 4-4 in the conference and place fifth, earning a WPIAL playoff spot for the 13th straight season. ...
Gateway swimmers feeling optimistic
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity boys swimming and diving team went undefeated in section meets in 2013-14. It produced a 7-0 record in section and added a ...
Gateway boys expect to have deep rotation
By Michael Love
New faces, from players on the court to coaches on the bench, will be featured as the Gateway varsity boys basketball team opens the 2014-15 ...
Gateway grad fares well in 1st season with West Liberty soccer
By Michael Love
Allie Warsaw, a 2014 Gateway graduate, had a productive first season as a true freshman goalkeeper on the West Liberty State women’s soccer team. She appeared in 14 of her team’s 16 games with 13 starts. Warsaw posted a 6-5-2 mark in those 13 starts. In her one game as a sub, ...
Gateway girls again the hunters in section race
By Michael Love
From the 2010-11 season to the 2012-13 campaign, Gateway varsity girls basketball teams won three straight section titles and compiled an overall section record of ...
7 starters back to lead Gateway wrestling
By Michael Love
Seven starters return from last year’s Gateway varsity wrestling team, and those starters will be joined by a crop of first-year starters hoping to make ...
Franklin Regional pulls away in PIHL bout with Gateway
By Michael Love
The shots were nearly even and the score was knotted at one after 17 minutes of play last Friday between the Franklin Regional and Gateway ice hockey teams at Center Ice Arena in Delmont. The first game between the rivals after a season in separate PIHL classifications then started to turn ...
WPIAL’s Top 10 football champions of all time
By Tribune-Review
To recognize 100 years of WPIAL football championships, the Tribune-Review selected what it and many within the Western Pennsylvania high school sports community regard as ...
Gateway alums continue to make mark in USPHL
By Michael Love
A quintet of Gateway graduates who made their mark on the Gators varsity ice hockey team are keeping pace in the United State Premier Hockey ...
3 Gateway volleyball players nab all-section honors
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity girls volleyball team, under first-year head coach Greg Lockley, placed a trio of players on the Section 4-AAA all-star team. The list was compiled based on votes and discussion of the section’s seven head coaches. Junior middle hitter Pazia Scott and fellow junior Lauren Bolen, an outside hitter, both ...
Area fighters highlight Nov. 29 card in Penn Hills
By Michael Love
The Western Pennsylvania Police Athletic League will host a Golden Badges amateur boxing card on Nov. 29 at 3 Lakes Golf Club in Penn Hills, ...
Gateway, Franklin Regional hockey teams renew rivalry
By Michael Love
After one year apart, PIHL rivals and tenants who both call Center Ice Arena in Delmont home will resume competition. The Franklin Regional and Gateway ice hockey teams face off Friday at 6:15 p.m., and it will be the first meeting between the teams since February 2013 when they both were ...
Gogniat helps Emory CC squad earn spot at national meet
By Michael Love
The Emory College women’s cross country team recorded a first-place finish in a field of 29 teams at the NCAA Division III South/Southeast Regional Championships on Saturday. By virtue of its finish, the squad earned an automatic berth to this weekend’s NCAA Championships in Mason, Ohio. Gateway graduate Marissa Gogniat, a senior ...
Gateway grad Jeter makes most of chance with Westminster
By Michael Love
Todd Jeter had Division I college football on his mind as he wrapped up his senior year at Gateway. He had committed to play at Temple ...
Gateway grad Toran named to academic football team at Hobart
By Michael Love
Gateway graduate Nolan Toran, a senior on the Hobart College football team, is one of four team members to earn a spot on the 2014 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District Football Team. Toran is making his second consecutive appearance on the All-District team. The international relations major is ...

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