Elizabeth Forward boys basketball preparing to fill big shoes By Joe Sager
Last season, Elizabeth Forward’s offense revolved around a big target.
The Warriors got the ball in the paint to their big man, 6-foot-11 George Prota, and he took care of the rest. He averaged 18.2 points and 13.0 rebounds and scored more than 1,000 points in his high school career.
However, Prota ...
Elizabeth Forward girls basketball team replenishes after departures By Joe Sager
Because all five starters from last year have graduated, the Elizabeth Forward girls basketball team will have a different look.
The Warriors (19-7, 10-2 in Section 4-AAA) lost seven seniors from a team that reached the WPIAL Class AAA semifinals and dropped a 53-47 decision to Mercyhurst Prep in the first ...
BVA’s Chiste, Martin on 3-AA’s Finest 15 By Jeff Oliver
South Park dominated the Section 3-AA Finest Fifteen list with five selections, but there certainly was plenty of local flavor on the team of boys’ ...
West Mifflin routs Elizabeth Forward, keeps pace in crowded Big 10 race By Kevin Taylor
No. 9 West Mifflin kept its options open Friday night.
In the first half, it was tailback Howard Reid. In the second half, it was quarterback Karlyn Garner.
It added up to a 47-6 victory for the Titans at Elizabeth Forward in a Big 10 Conference game.
West Mifflin (5-2, 5-2) staked a ...
Elizabeth Forward wins seesaw battle over Yough By David Whipkey
Not many people outside the Elizabeth Forward football program expected much from the Warriors this season.
At the midway point of the season, Elizabeth Forward continues to thrive. The Warriors thrilled its home crowd Friday with a 36-33 victory over Yough.
“The old EF would have folded,” coach Mike Collodi told his ...
Elizabeth Forward girls soccer fights through challenges By John Krysinsky
Elizabeth Forward girls soccer coach Brandon Gerba remains optimistic despite a plague of injuries, stiffer section competition and a roster with just three seniors.
“It’s been tough, sure. We have not been in this position in a number of years,” Gerba said.
The Warriors (3-4 in Section 4-AA, 3-6-1 overall) find themselves ...
Six classes for football? By Jeff Oliver
Pending approval in October by the PIAA, the football horizon could have a new reshaping as early as 2016.
The PIAA has been talking about going to six classifications for football, and it is expected to be voted on Oct. 7 at the PIAA Board of Directors meeting.
If the PIAA does ...
EF to host Camp of Champions By Staff Reports
In an effort to provide a positive impact on youth with disabilities, the third annual Camp of Champions football camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday at Elizabeth Forward High School.
The free program, designed to teach football skills and emphasize the importance of exercise and a ...
Elizabeth Forward shuts out Albert Gallatin By Tribune-Review
Conor Hinchey rushed for 209 yards and two touchdowns, and Zachary Budde added 173 yards and another score as Elizabeth Forward shut out Albert Gallatin, 28-0, in a Big 10 game Friday night.
Steve Mayernik also scored on a 1-yard run for EF (1-1, 1-1). ...
Baseball teams can train, raise money at Elizabeth hit-a-thon event By Brian Knavish
Mark Rice had an idea.
The Brentwood native and Jefferson Hills resident is the owner of In Motion Performance, a South Hills-based baseball training organization.
After watching many community and scholastic sports teams see their funding get trimmed amid the budget cuts of recent years, he wanted to do something ...