By Josh Rizzo
Brendan O’Toole’s face lit up after a free throw bounced around the iron and fell in.
Whether it was free throws or behind-the-back bounce passes to ...
Cole a diamond for Norwin girls basketball By Nathan Smith
For Norwin girls basketball coach Brian Brozeski, there is almost not enough good things he can say about senior forward Jenna Cole.
“She brings so much ...
Norwin girls bowling boosted by experienced talent By Jasper Wilson
The Norwin girls varsity bowling team wants redemption.
It has missed qualifying for the state finals for the past three years, twice by just a single place.
“Kind of put a damper on things,” senior Brianna Lundy said.
Now, she and two other seniors, Brooke Lundy and Jules Goehring, have one last opportunity ...
Outside shooting propels P-T over Norwin By Nathan Smith
The Norwin boys basketball team learned a hard lesson about Penn-Trafford. Leave the Warriors open, and you will get burned.
Despite building a first-half lead, the ...
Norwin athletes among the best in 2015 By Nathan Smith
The Norwin student-athletes flexed their muscle this year and showed why the Knights have some of the best athletic programs in the WPIAL.
Two teams walked ...
Daily News Dynamic 33 football all-star team By Dave Mackall
From a record-setting touchdown pass to an unpredictable winning streak, Daily News region schools again provided endless storylines during the 2015 high school football season.
Norwin bowling teams have high expectations this season By Karen Kadilak
The Norwin girls bowling team looks forward to capturing its third consecutive Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Bowling League title this season.
The Knights return most of their starters, including senior Brooke Lundy, who was fourth in the girls singles event at the Pennsylvania State High School Bowling Championships in 2014-15.
Brianna Lundy, who is Brooke’s twin, junior Lizzy Pusateri, senior ...
Norwin baseball team to play ‘home’ games away due to ground movement By Joe Napsha
The Norwin baseball team will play all of its games away next spring because of unsafe conditions on the outfield, but just how far the team will travel to play “home” games has yet to be determined.
The Norwin School Board on Dec. 1 approved a $12,900 contract with R.F. Mitall ...