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Trinity’s Gray named Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Softball Player of the Year

By Karen Price
Player of the Year Olivia Gray Trinity, SENIOR, shortstop Four-year starter Olivia Gray was accustomed to batting leadoff and collecting hits like they were ...
Trinity falls in PIAA Class AAA softball championship game
By George Guido
UNIVERSITY PARK — Trinity came up short in its first PIAA softball final appearance Friday at Penn State’s Nittany Lion Softball Park. Bethlehem Catholic scored runs ...
Previewing the 2015 PIAA baseball and softball championships
By Compiled By  trib Total Media
Below is a look at the PIAA baseball and softball championship games involving WPIAL teams. Class AAA baseball Knoch vs. Abington Heights Noon ...
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Neshannock’s Rich Serignese, Trinity’s Olivia Gray
By Alex Oltmanns
Rich Serignese School: Neshannock Year: Junior Sport: Baseball Claim to fame: In a PIAA quarterfinal win Thursday, Serignese held Steel Valley to just one earned ...
Trinity softball rallies to reach its 1st PIAA championship game
By Karen Price
After the postgame jumping, hugging, cheering celebration of Trinity’s 3-2 win over Bellwood-Antis in the PIAA Class AAA semifinals died down Tuesday, Hillers senior third ...
PIAA postpones semifinal games
By Tribune-Review
Rain and thunderstorms forced the PIAA to postpone nine baseball and softball semifinal games Monday, including five involving WPIAL teams. The games were all moved to Tuesday. In baseball, Shaler (20-5) will play District 1’s North Penn (21-4) at 3 p.m. at Greene Township Park in Scotland. Knoch (21-2) will play ...
PIAA softball semifinals preview: Hempfield chases berth in finals
By Paul Schofield
The last time the Hempfield softball team won 20 games was in 2001. That’s also the last time the team reached the PIAA semifinals. Hempfield (20-2) ...
Trinity derails Southmoreland softball’s dream of making state playoffs
By Jason Black
The Southmoreland softball team had a season like no other in the program’s history. The 13th-seeded Scotties picked up two playoff wins against higher-seeded opponents ...
Miller named new Trinity football coach
By Chris Harlan
Jon Miller, a former head coach at Moon, was hired Thursday to coach Trinity’s football team. Miller, 38, was an assistant last season at Bethel Park, where he teaches. Previously, he was an assistant at Canon-McMillan, Upper St. Clair and North Hills, along with a stint coaching in Florida. He replaces ...
Woodland Hills repeats as WPIAL rifle champ
By Karen Price
The Woodland Hills rifle team was on target once again as the Wolverines captured their second straight WPIAL championship and third in four years Tuesday. Woodland Hills (8-0) shot 800-69x to edge second-place Trinity (6-2), which shot 800-64x, and McGuffey (8-0), which shot 800-56x at Dormont-Mt. Lebanon Sportsmen’s Club in ...
HS highlight reel: Playoff positions on the line
By Tribune-Review
The fates of several of boys basketball teams’ seasons hangs in the balance Friday night, when the bulk of WPIAL programs wrap up section play. Four teams from each section advance to the WPIAL playoffs, which begin next week — more than four can advance if head-to-head records fail to ...
Kemp scores 5 touchdowns as Thomas Jefferson cruises past Trinity
By David Whipkey
Even though they were held to their lowest point total this season, Thomas Jefferson made it evident there are few schools in its class in Class AAA. Coach Bill Cherpak’s Jaguars made it clear Friday night at Trinity’s Hiller Field that they will be a force as the weather cools with ...
Elizabeth Forward holds off pesky Trinity, 33-28
By Josh Yohe
The Elizabeth Forward defense remains a work in progress. Luckily, it didn’t see much playing time against Trinity on Friday. A bruising Elizabeth Forward rushing attack controlled play early and often as the Warriors escaped with a 33-28 victory in Big Nine Conference action. “Our defense just isn’t very good ...
Laurel Highlands matches 2013 win total by outscoring Trinity, 55-42
By Jason Black
The Laurel Highlands football team has taken full advantage of its first two home games to start the 2014 season. After scoring a thrilling 14-13 victory ...
Belle Vernon Area trounces Trinity in Humbert’s debut
By Jeremy Sellew
Belle Vernon Area football coach Matt Humbert couldn’t have asked for a better start to his first season roaming the Leopards sideline. Marcel McCaskill started the ...
Quarterback Cullings returns to lead Trinity
By Ed Phillipps
Trinity went through some growing pains in 2013. This year, the Hillers hope to stand tall. The Hillers had a rough time last year as ...
Canon-McMillan’s Olivia Lorusso named Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Softball Player of the Year
By Jason Mackey
Player of the Year OLIVIA LORUSSO CANON-MCMILLAN, SENIOR, THIRD BASE Olivia Lorusso has done it all. In four years at Canon-McMillan, the Robert Morris recruit ...
Thomas Jefferson shuts down Trinity, advances to 1st semifinal since 2002
By Dave Mackall
Thomas Jefferson won three softball games last season. A year later, the Jaguars are bidding for their third victory already in the postseason. Sophomore Lacie Lautner held Trinity hitless until the fifth inning and struck out 10 to lead Thomas Jefferson over the Hillers, 3-1, on Tuesday night in a WPIAL ...
Breaking down the PIAA girls basketball playoffs
By Compiled By Jason Mackey
Class AAAA WPIAL/City League: Penn-Trafford (20-6), Hempfield (17-9), Fox Chapel (19-5), North Allegheny (22-2), Mt. Lebanon (16-6), Obama Academy (14-6) Around the state: Three of ...
High school notebook: Lincoln Park looking forward to rematch with Johnsonburg
By Staff Reports 10:26 p.m.
Lincoln Park wanted at some point this postseason a rematch with Johnsonburg, the team that ended last season’s playoff run. Well, here it is. WPIAL ...
Trinity’s Huffman wins in WPIAL rifle to cap perfect season
By Jason Mackey
Trinity’s Kayla Huffman knows as well as anyone how tight the WPIAL individual rifle championships can be. Huffman finished second to Hempfield’s Abbie Bache last winter — by recording three fewer center shots. This time, Huffman found herself on the good end of a three-way tie for the top spot. Huffman shot 200-19x ...
Trinity girls look to get back on track
By Brian Graham
The Trinity girls basketball team won its first eight games before losing three in a row. For most teams, there would be significant cause for concern, but second-year head coach Bob Miles is not worried about the direction his team is heading. “I think it’s just a bump in the road,” he ...

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