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Greensburg Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Indiana’s Patrick O’Neal, Norwin’s Jess Boytim

By Andrew John
Patrick O’Neal School: Indiana Sport: Hockey Class: Junior Claim to fame: O’Neal, who has five games with three or more goals, recorded a hat trick ...
Indiana tops Knoch, eliminating Knights from playoff contention
By Jerin Steele
Coming into Week 8, Knoch still had a flicker of hope to get into the playoffs, but Indiana snuffed out the Knights’ postseason chances Friday night. Indiana defeated the Knights, 21-12, in a Greater Allegheny Conference game at Knoch. Knoch trailed by eight at halftime and was supposed to receive the ...
After losing top 3 scorers to graduation, Indiana boys rally for section title
By Karen Price
Having lost three players who scored approximately 75 percent of Indiana’s goals last season, boys soccer coach Todd Myers didn’t know what to expect heading ...
Armstrong’s Dudek rushes for 254 yards, 5 TDs in win over Indiana
By William Whalen
Zane Dudek just won’t stop. The Armstrong junior running back rushed for 254 yards and five touchdowns on 19 carries to lead the River Hawks ...
Despite Week 2 loss, Armstrong football gains confidence in Greater Allegheny
By Joe Sager
In Armstrong’s first test against a top-tier WPIAL Class AAA team, coach Frank Fabian believes his River Hawks passed — sort of. Even though they dropped ...
Mars’ offensive stars shine in 35-6 win over Indiana
By Brian J. Duermeyer
Mars continued its home-field mastery of Greater Allegheny Conference foe Indiana with an easier-than-expected 35-6 victory Friday. Sam Morrissey tossed three touchdown passes to Eli Brooks, ...
Indiana shows potential for playoff success
By Les Harvath
Head coach Mark Zilinskas may teach math at Indiana, but his focus this season is chemistry. After finishing 7-4 overall and third in the Class AAA ...
HSFB preview by position: Prolific pass-catchers return at wide receiver
By Chris Harlan
One of the best wideouts in the WPIAL might become only a part-time receiver this season. Clairton’s Aaron Mathews will move to quarterback a year ...
HSFB preview by position: QBs trying to replace record-setters
By Chris Harlan
WPIAL quarterbacks experienced a record-setting season a year ago. The state witnessed the first high school passer to reach 11,000 career yards and another who ...
Greensburg Central Catholic’s Liberatore named Greensburg Tribune-Review Baseball Player of the Year
By Paul Schofield
PLAYER OF THE YEAR COLLIN LIBERATORE Greensburg Central Catholic, senior, pitcher/First baseman Collin Liberatore was a big reason why Greensburg Central Catholic won its ...
Gorman: Saluting the WPIAL’s 3-sport stars
By Kevin Gorman
Riley Stapleton’s colorful, storybook senior season ascended like a rainbow. No wonder it ended in gold. The Indiana star led the WPIAL in receptions in ...
Indiana uses big inning to storm past Laurel Highlands
By Paul Schofield
Indiana baseball coach Larry Cadile didn’t think people respected Section 2-AAA too much this season. At least Tuesday, Cadile’s Little Indians had their opponents take notice. No. ...
Blackhawk’s Omogrosso, Vincentian’s Wise named state’s players of the year
By Staff Report
Blackhawk’s Chassidy Omogrosso and Vincentian Academy’s Brenna Wise continue to defend their titles. Less than two weeks after they each helped their girls basketball teams ...
Special teams spark Indiana to PIHL Division 2 title
By Joe Sager
With a pair of man-advantage goals Thursday night, Indiana’s power play was powerful. However, the Little Indians’ penalty kill was a difference maker. Indiana rode its special teams to a 5-2 win over Carrick to capture the PIHL Division 2 championship at the RMU Island Sports Center. “Championships are hard to win. ...
New Castle defeats Indiana for 7th straight PIAA tournament victory
By Chris Harlan
WPIAL champion Indiana had faced teams with quick feet or quick hands, but never both. New Castle became the exception. “This was a combination I don’t ...
Gorman: Indiana has its ‘Hoosiers’
By Kevin Gorman
Before it even played for the WPIAL Class AAA championship, Indiana had a pep rally, mayor’s proclamation and police escort down Main Street. So you had to wonder how the school and town celebrated winning its first WPIAL title. “The post-victory (celebration),” Indiana coach Greg Lezanic said, “has almost been ...
High school notebook: Attendance up at WPIAL basketball title games
By Chris Harlan and  paul Schofield
Attendance was up for the WPIAL basketball finals. The WPIAL sold nearly 13,500 tickets for last weekend’s eight championships at Petersen Events Center, said executive ...
Indiana boys beat Beaver Falls for 1st WPIAL basketball title
By Chris Harlan
The final seconds were falling away, and Indiana’s Dylan Stapleton found himself falling down. But with 1.5 seconds left, the junior leaned into the lane ...
Gorman: Indiana’s run high on heart
By Kevin Gorman
Indiana is holding a pep rally in its gymnasium Thursday to celebrate its first WPIAL basketball finals appearance. But its path to Petersen Events Center was forged by road trips that prepared the Little Indians for playoff-caliber competition. “As big as it is to play at Petersen Events Center and in ...
Indiana brushes past Highlands into semifinals
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Fox Chapel’s big-screen electronic scoreboard flashes a bright-red ad for McDonald’s during games. Highlands was seeing red all night in the WPIAL Class AAA quarterfinals ...
Greensburg Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Indiana’s Riley Stapleton, Norwin’s Amanda Batey
By Andrew John
Trib Cup: Indiana girls use shutdown defense to succeed in Section 3
By Alex Oltmanns
Holding opposing teams to less than 36 points per game is usually a good recipe for success on the basketball court. Girls basketball tams in WPIAL Section 3-AAA have come to know that all too well this season, as section-leader Indiana has posted a 15-1 record (9-0 in section) after holding ...
City League power Allderdice hands Indiana its 1st defeat
By Chris Harlan
Allderdice coach Buddy Valinsky took his team to Consol Energy Center to watch Virginia Commonwealth, a college team that wins with speed and energy. Asked to ...
No. 1 Indiana boasts top defense in WPIAL, leading to lots of dunks
By Chris Harlan
With more than two dozen dunks, Indiana’s Riley Stapleton ranks among the WPIAL’s most electric scorers. But he and his teammates discovered this season that ...
Greensburg athletes of the week: Hempfield’s Kason Harrell, Indiana’s Jessica Stever
By Andrew John
Kason Harrell School: Hempfield Sport: Basketball Year: Senior Claim to fame: Harrell, an IPFW recruit, finished with 23 points to lead Hempfield (11-1, 4-0) to ...
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