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Gateway girls basketball coach to take over Shaler

By Michael Love
Eight years ago, Cornelius Nesbit arrived at Gateway hoping to maintain and build upon an already strong girls basketball program. With winning records, section championships and strong playoff runs in the books during his tenure with the Gators, Nesbit said he was happy with the way things turned out for the ...
Beehner on course for successful summer
By Michael Love
Gateway rising senior Johnna Beehner is having another strong summer of competition on area golf courses, and she added to her accomplishments June 23 with ...
Gateway boys basketball making most of summer work
By Michael Love
Gateway varsity boys basketball head coach Daryn Freedman has kept his players busy this summer, and, he said, they have responded well to the heavy ...
Local athletes qualify for regionals
By Michael Love
Several athletes from Monroeville, Pitcairn and the Gateway School District fared well at the USA Track and Field Three Rivers Association Championships on June 20 and 21 at Adamson Stadium on the campus of California University of Pennsylvania. The top six finishers in each event advance to the Region 2 Championships ...
Gateway grad maintains positive attitude through recovery
By Michael Love
Beth Amato was right next to the fence cheering on daughter Ashley, a rising senior at Plum, in several sprint events at the Pine-Richland Invitational ...
Friends, family gather to celebrate former Gateway, Pitt great Bray
By Michael Love
At Friday’s second annual Curtis Bray Memorial Golf Outing at Meadowink Golf Club, and at the dinner in the evening at the Monroeville Convention Center, ...
Postponements setting up hectic Allegheny East finish
By Michael Love
The end of the of the regular season for the five American Legion baseball teams in the Allegheny East League is two weeks away. As of Tuesday’s scheduled game at North Allegheny, Monroeville had completed five games in league play and sported a 3-2 record. That left 10 games to be played ...
Gateway’s Gray commits to double duty at Kent State
By Michael Love
Gateway graduate Cameron Gray played football and ran track during his time with the Gators. That athletic passion continued this past season as he attended the ...
Gateway hockey honor roll nomination list released
By Michael Love
The process for selecting the Gateway Hockey Alumni Honor Roll Class of 2015 has begun. A list of nominated alumni can be found on either gatewaygators.net ...
Gateway’s Dale hopes to help Geneva College defensive line
By Michael Love
Hunter Dale will play for his fourth head coach in four seasons when he begins his college football career this fall at Geneva College. The recent ...
Howard verbally commits to Virginia
By Michael Love
Gateway rising senior Aidan Howard is expected to be an impact player at wide receiver and defensive back this fall for the Gators football team. He ...
St. Bernadette track season highlighted by meet team titles
By Michael Love
The St. Bernadette varsity and junior varsity boys and girls track and field teams enjoyed another strong spring season, and three of the Sabres squads ...
Gateway grad Toran earns a spot in national honor society
By Michael Love
Gateway graduate Nolan Toran, a member of the Hobart College (N.Y.) football team, recently was honored with membership to the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society. The NFF Hampshire Honor Society recognizes college football players from all divisions who have completed their eligibility and maintained a cumulative 3.2 grade-point average or ...
Gateway receiver/defensive back commits to play football at Virginia
By Mike Love
Gateway rising senior Aidan Howard on Sunday verbally committed to play football at Virginia, one day after receiving a scholarship offer from the Cavaliers. The 6-foot-4 receiver/defensive back also had offers from Robert Morris and Massachusetts. “This is a great opportunity for me,” Howard said. “With my size and ability, I will ...
Monroeville Legion hopes to make noise in new season
By Michael Love 8:06 p.m.
Monroeville American Legion baseball manager Rob Wratcher said this year’s team is deep with a mix of returning talent and players new to the squad ...
Gateway's Harris to head west for next step on journey
By Michael Love 1:57 p.m.
Daylon Harris was at the heart of the Gateway varsity boys basketball team the past several seasons, and as a senior this past winter, he ...
Second annual golf outing and dinner honors Bray’s memory
By Michael Love 9:04 a.m.
Curtis Bray was known for his athletic ability which translated into results at multiple levels through a strong worth ethic and a determination to succeed. He ...
6 Gateway boys lacrosse players earn all-section accolades
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity boys lacrosse team, in its second season of full membership in the WPIAL, picked up six spots on this year’s Division 2, Section 2 all-star team. The six all-section players equals the six players that earned all-section recognition in 2014. Named to the team are senior attackers Carman Palermo ...
Another All-American finish for Slippery Rock javelin thrower, Gateway grad Taylor
By Michael Love
Sam Taylor, a junior at Slippery Rock University and a Gateway graduate, repeated as an All-American in the javelin Saturday at the NCAA Division II ...
Gateway athletes mix it up at state meet
By Michael Love
Kristen Greggerson always feels she can throw farther. After the PIAA championships Friday and Saturday at Shippensburg University, she will take that mantra with her into ...
Young Gators team makes strides in ’15
By Michael Love
An 11-1 loss in five innings to Baldwin in the quarterfinals of the WPIAL Quad-A softball playoffs last week brought Gateway’s season to an abrupt end. But head coach Andy Popojas would rather focus on all of the positive happenings from his players throughout the nearly two months of action. After the ...
Gateway’s Wade, Young to continue hoops pursuits in college
By Michael Love
Alexis Young and London Wade came to Gateway from different schools wanting to make an impact in their time with the Gators. Wade, who transferred from ...
No. 3 Baldwin stops Gateway in quarterfinals
By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity softball team outlasted Bethel Park, 5-3, in nine innings last week to advance to Tuesday’s quarterfinal matchup against third-seeded Baldwin at California University of Pennsylvania. The Gators’ quest to stay alive in the WPIAL Quad-A tournament met a sudden end in the form of the Highlanders and pitcher ...
Slippery Rock's Taylor gearing up for 3rd trip to track nationals
By Michael Love
Gateway graduate Sam Taylor produced another strong outdoor season for the Slippery Rock University women’s track and field team. She will cap the campaign this weekend in the javelin at the NCAA Division II national championships at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Mich. It is her third trip to nationals in ...
Grove City graduate Bray named to PAC 60 list
By Michael Love
Gateway High School and Grove City graduate Sarah Bray recently was honored with inclusion on the Presidents Athletic Conference 60th anniversary celebratory women’s track and field team. Bray, who competed for the Wolverines from 2003 to 2007, posted a total of 11 top-five finishes at the PAC championships in the throwing ...

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