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Alle-Kiski Roundball Classic notebook: Luther twins playing last games together

By George Guido
Hampton twins Ryan and Collin Luther have been playing together since they first touched a basketball. But the combination will come to an end soon. Ryan is headed for Pitt, and Collin remains undecided about which college he will attend. Saturday night at the 11th annual Roundball Classic, the twins …
High school notebook: Hampton’s Luther edges New Castle’s Hooker in all-state player of the year voting
By Chris Harlan
Despite four head-to-head losses, Hampton senior Ryan Luther was chosen over New Castle’s Malik Hooker as the state’s Class AAAA boys basketball player of the …
Fox Chapel’s Papich finds shooting eye at Cager Classic skills competition
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Fox Chapel senior Brian Papich ran in a track and field meet Friday afternoon at Pine-Richland and was in a hurry to finish so he …
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Hampton’s Collin Luther, North Allegheny’s Danielle Wall
By Brian Graham
Collin Luther School: Hampton Year: Senior Sport: Basketball Claim to fame: Luther scored a game-high 26 points, but it was not enough, as the Talbots …
New Castle rallies past rival Hampton
By Chris Harlan
New Castle senior Anthony Richards paused to think over the previous eight games with Hampton, trying to remember one that was any better. He couldn’t. …
Hampton gets rematch with rival New Castle
By Chris Harlan
FARRELL — Hampton’s David Huber had 15 points and three teammates scored in double figures Thursday night as the WPIAL runner-up showed its depth in …
PIHL semifinals roundup: ECP tops Armstrong in high-scoring game
By Staff Reports
Everything that could go wrong did go wrong for Armstrong in the first period of its PIHL Class AA Penguins Cup semifinal against Erie Cathedral …
Hampton, Luther prove too tall a task for Allderdice
By Jason Mackey
Ryan Luther missed a large chunk of the first half during Saturday’s PIAA Class AAAA first-round game with two fouls. When the Hampton boys basketball …
Breaking down the PIAA boys basketball playoffs
By Compiled By Chris Harlan
Class AAAA WPIAL/City League: New Castle (26-0), Hampton (22-4), Kiski Area (17-6), North Allegheny (21-4), Bethel Park (18-6), Allderdice (21-4). Around the state: Philadelphia’s Roman …
High school notebook: Lincoln Park looking forward to rematch with Johnsonburg
By Staff Reports
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 …
For 3rd straight season, New Castle tops Hampton for WPIAL championship
By Chris Harlan
After winning a third consecutive WPIAL title with an unbeaten record each time, New Castle coach Ralph Blundo searched for words. “I’d love to put …
North Allegheny swimmers sweep WPIAL championships
By Jason Mackey
The Upper St. Clair boys may have won the battle, but North Allegheny, as has become its custom, won the war. Ryan Dudzinski powered the …
Breaking down the WPIAL basketball finals
By Compiled By Chris Harlan
Class AAAA New Castle vs. Hampton 7 p.m. Saturday, Palumbo Center New Castle (25-0, No. 1 seed) Coach: Ralph Blundo No., Name, Pos., Ht., Yr. …
Hampton beats North Allegheny, marches on to final
By Chris Harlan
Hampton lost its lead and its momentum but found its composure. With its 10-point lead replaced by a four-point, fourth-quarter deficit, Hampton rallied Wednesday night …
Tough choices in AAAA as WPIAL announces hoop playoff pairings
By Chris Harlan
The WPIAL had little trouble with the first three seeds in the Class AAAA boys basketball bracket. Just like last season, the spots were awarded …
No. 1 New Castle holds off Hampton as Class AAAA stars Luther, Hooker shine
By Chris Harlan
New Castle already had clinched the section title, but Malik Hooker wanted more. “I’m out here to prove we’re the best team, and that’s kind …
Former Hampton runner earns Virginia athlete of the year award
By Jerry Clark
While attending Hampton, Elaina Balouris was one of the top runners in cross country as well as on the track. For all she accomplished, she …
New Castle boys stave off Hampton’s upset bid
By Chris Harlan
Ahead by just two, New Castle increased its pressure and scored the first 14 points of the fourth quarter to claim a 58-42 victory Tuesday night over a short-handed Hampton lineup that was missing …
Hampton boys hold strong during win over North Allegheny
By Jason Mackey
The chain held strong. With Pitt recruit Ryan Luther out because of a sprained ankle suffered in practice Tuesday, Hampton boys basketball coach Joe Lafko likened his team to a chain prior to Wednesday’s Section 4-AAAA home game against rival North Allegheny. Thanks to Collin Luther’s baseline layup with 52 …
Hampton swimmers excited after big win
By Jerry Clark
If there is one thing Hampton swimming coach Kristen McKnight is proud of this season, in addition to good effort, “it’s their enthusiasm,” she said. …
Hampton ice hockey begins with Kosick
By Jerry Clark
Rising to the challenge seems to be a theme for the Hampton Talbots hockey team this season. The seniors are under the direction of their …
Hampton’s Vodde chooses SRU for school, lacrosse
By Jerry Clark
Although a student-athletes senior year is on they look forward to for many years, having a post-high school plan secured can make that special year …
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Hampton’s Ryan Luther, Vincentian’s Brenna Wise
By Brian Graham
Ryan Luther School: Hampton Year: Senior Sport: Basketball Claim to fame: Luther’s game-high 30 points led Class AAAA No. 1 Hampton to a 74-34 rout of Norwin in the Penn-Trafford Tournament’s title game Saturday. Luther — a Pitt recruit — netted 17 points in Hampton’s 74-53 win over Penn-Trafford on …
Hampton ice hockey gears up for game against Greater Latrobe
By Jerry Clark
Through the better part of three periods, the Hampton Talbots hockey team displayed a good forecheck and good puck movement. However, a momentary lapse and …
Hampton boy’s basketball returns core of talented players
By Jerry Clark
There are few teams that can compare to the Hampton boys basketball team. A deep playoff run and an appearance in the WPIAL championship seem …

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