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Knoch graduate Sanks making impact on volleyball court as freshman

By William Whalen
You can take the kid out of Pittsburgh, but you can’t take Pittsburgh out of the kid. Eastern Kentucky women’s volleyball head coach Lori Duncan …
Ringgold wears down Knoch in 20-12 victory
By Brad Bly
In a hotly contested Class AAA game between Ringgold and Knoch, the Rams were able to come out on top behind a balanced attack featuring …
Knoch grad Sanks makes smooth volleyball transition
By William Whalen
You can take the kid out of Pittsburgh, but you can’t take Pittsburgh out of the kid. Eastern Kentucky women’s volleyball coach Lori Duncan would …
HS highlight reel: Knoch plans to rest starters this week
By Tribune-Review
Knoch is stealing a page from Highlands this week. The Knights (2-0), ranked No. 5 in Class AAA, plan to rest some key players Friday …
A-K Valley high school football notebook: Knoch to rest starters vs. Ringgold
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Knoch is stealing a page from Highlands this week. The Knights (2-0), ranked No. 5 in Class AAA, plan to rest some key players Friday when they travel to No. 9 Ringgold (1-1) for a nonconference game. Highlands did the same thing last year, albeit in Week 8, also against …
Freeport sweeps past Knoch in playoff rematch
By Doug Gulasy
Although the atmosphere at Tuesday night’s Section 4-AA match at Knoch sometimes resembled a gymnastics meet, the Freeport girls volleyball team wasn’t about to take …
HS highlight reel: New members join WPIAL committees
By Tribune-Review
The WPIAL steering committees received a number of newcomers for this school year, a list that included five additions for the fall sports seasons. Knoch principal Todd Trofimuk (soccer), Carmichaels superintendent John Menhart (football), South Park coach Chuck Correll (tennis), Seneca Valley AD Heather Lewis (field hockey/girls lacrosse) and Norwin …
Valley high school soccer notebook: Knoch boys and girls playing stout defense
By Doug Gulasy
Through the first handful of games, no Alle-Kiski Valley school is proving more difficult to score on than Knoch. The Knoch boys and girls soccer teams hold a combined 7-2 record, with six victories coming in shutouts. Both teams lost their season openers but are undefeated since. On the girls …
Butler County spotlight athletes: Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014
By Joe Sager
Cody Milsom School: Knoch Year: Senior Sport: Football Claim to fame: Milsom rushed for 76 yards and two touchdowns in Knoch’s 22-7 win over Franklin …
Knoch golfers enduring growing pains
By D.j. Vasil
Knoch’s golf team started fast this season, winning its first three matches, including a thrilling 191-192 win over rival Mars at Saxon Golf Course. The victory was highlighted by sophomore lefty Devin Campbell’s 1-under-par 35, which started with a birdie and then eight consecutive pars. Knoch dropped five matches in …
Greensburg Salem falls short, loses to Knoch, 19-14
By Paul Schofield
Greensburg Salem staggered Knoch, but it couldn’t land the knockout punch. The Golden Lions (1-1, 1-1) rallied from a three-touchdown second-half deficit and were 5 …
Alle-Kiski Valley roundup: Knoch boys soccer shuts out Highlands
By Staff Reports
Knoch goalkeeper Stephen Grumski earned a shutout Thursday night, but his defense made sure he didn’t have to exert much energy in the process. Knoch …
Valley News Dispatch Q&A: Knoch’s Asa Adams
By Doug Gulasy
Knoch’s Asa Adams picked an opportune time for his first career kick return touchdown. The senior took a post-safety free kick 70 yards for a …
After upset wins, Knoch and Greensburg Salem look to remain perfect in GAC
By Paul Schofield
Some fans may look at last week’s results and call Greensburg Salem’s and Knoch’s victories surprises. While they were considered upsets — Greensburg Salem defeating …
As hurry-up offenses get more popular, WPIAL teams go to no-huddle ‘D’
By Chris Harlan
The most familiar defensive formation has been erased from North Allegheny’s playbook. It’s called a huddle. With hurry-up, no-huddle offenses increasingly popular in high school …
Butler County spotlight athletes: Aug. 31, 2014
By Joe Sager
Devin Campbell School: Knoch Year: Sophomore Sport: Golf Claim to fame: Campbell averaged approximately a 38 to lead Knoch to a 3-1 record through its …
Knoch’s 3rd-quarter surge leads to victory over Franklin Regional
By Dave Yohe
The situation for Knoch and Franklin Regional was like looking into a mirror: two similar teams trying to find out exactly who they are. Both teams got a better picture, but Knoch walked away with a 22-7 Greater Allegheny Conference victory Friday night at Knoch Knights Stadium. “It’s good to …
Knoch’s Farinelli primed for big year after working with QB guru Harris
By George Guido
Knoch quarterback Dan Farinelli is seeking to make his senior season memorable. Farinelli spent time refining his knowledge of the playbook, getting stronger in the …
Knoch quarterback gets some extra coaching
By George Guido
Knoch quarterback Daniel Farinelli is pulling out all the stops to make his senior season memorable for himself and the Knights. Farinelli spent time refining …
Knoch anxious to get back to postseason
By George Guido
It’s nice to be able to plan a season with seven starters back on each side of the football. That’s the setup for veteran Knoch …
Knoch thrower Geist medals at USATF national championships
By Bill West
In a few years, Jordan Geist might grow into one of the most impressive shot put and discus throwers in Pennsylvania history. But as he …
Knoch rising sophomore medals at track nationals
By Bill West
In a few years, Jordan Geist might grow into one of the most impressive shot put and discus throwers in Pennsylvania history. But as he …
Softball league attracts ex-WPIAL talent
By D.j. Vasil
Graduating five years apart, Mark Cunningham and his brother, Mike, didn’t get to play football together at Knoch High School. For years, they wondered, what …
Knoch junior turns heads at baseball tryout
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Cole Shinsky considers himself fortunate to have discovered — all right, stumbled onto — the state’s top all-star baseball event for underclassmen. He had a …
Tim McNerney All-State Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing a big success
By D.j. Vasil
Golfers wielded towels and bag-tags with a common catchphrase etched on them: “Keep 5 Alive.” The No. 5 was in the shape of the Superman …

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