East Allegheny girls basketball team seeks elusive playoff berth By Devon Moore
East Allegheny girls basketball coach Mike Osiecki is proud of how his team has handled the disappointment of missing the playoffs last season.
“The girls learned how to fight and stay prideful for the game,” she said.
After finishing 12-9 overall but 5-9 in Section 2-AA last year, the team was ...
Trick play helps East Allegheny rally for win over South Allegheny By John Krysinsky
East Allegheny overcame a pair of deficits and used some trickery on the winning score to defeat South Allegheny, 18-14, on Friday at South Allegheny Stadium in Glassport.
Trailing 14-12 and unable to move the ball for most of the second half, East Allegheny (2-5, 2-4) executed a hook-and-ladder to ...
Steel Valley QB shines in lopsided win over East Allegheny By John Krysinsky
Steel Valley rode the legs of Trey Earl Edwards and a dominating defensive performance to a 60-0 win over East Allegheny in a Century Conference matchup Friday at Campbell Field in Munhall.
Edwards, a senior making his second start at quarterback after switching from wide receiver, ran for 60 yards, threw ...
Gorman: East Allegheny’s Edwards performs juggling act By Kevin Gorman
Marc Edwards was willing to play almost any position for East Allegheny’s football team last season.
As a sophomore, he started at outside linebacker but also played guard and tight end, was the long snapper on punts and the holder on kicks.
Edwards, however, never imagined that when he gave up ...
Logan set to lead East Allegheny basketball By Dave Mackall
After a two-year layoff, East Allegheny boys basketball coach Pete Logan said he’s raring to return to the bench.
He’ll meet Monday with players, boosters and school administrators before setting up open-gym workouts.
The Wildcats, who last won a WPIAL section title in 1967, when the school was known as Westinghouse Memorial, ...
Logan hired to lead East Allegheny basketball By Patrick Cloonan
A veteran basketball coach will return to the sidelines at East Allegheny.
The school board voted Tuesday to hire Pete Logan of Rostraver to succeed Vernon Benson, who had one winning season in four campaigns.
Board members acknowledged Logan was not the first choice. Another name had been proposed at an earlier ...
East Allegheny softball chasing winning season By Andrew John
Wins have been hard to come by for the East Allegheny softball program. But that hasn’t stopped the team from forging ahead and attempting to produce its first winning season in a long time.
The Wildcats started this season’s campaign with a 1-2 record with a 3-2 win over South Park ...
Steel Valley softball shuts out East Allegheny By Staff Report
Maddie Cotter struck out 13 to lead Steel Valley to a Section 4-AA shutout win over East Allegheny, 3-0, on Friday.
Chelsea Rohan and Krista Bayus drove in a run each for the Ironmen (2-2, 2-2), who struck twice in the first inning and again in the sixth. Both of ...
East Allegheny’s protracted losing streak continues By Dave Mackall
East Allegheny’s baseball program is in a holding pattern.
The Wildcats’ 16-0 home loss Tuesday to Riverview was their 13th consecutive setback dating to a 2-1 victory April 9, 2014, against Southmoreland.
They have won just five times since the start of the 2013 season. Most of the outcomes have not ...
East Allegheny board opens boys basketball coaching jobs By Patrick Cloonan
East Allegheny school board voted Monday to open the high school boys varsity head and assistant coaching positions.
“Upon discussion with the athletic director (Timothy Cortazzo), it was in the best interest of the students to open up the positions,” high school principal and assistant to the superintendent Donald MacFann said ...
McKeesport Daily News Dynamic 33 By Daily News Staff
There were countless memorable moments from the 2014 high school football season, including Clairton’s return to the PIAA title game for the sixth time in ...
Street leads East Allegheny to 48-45 victory over West Shamokin By Matt Grubba
The biggest player on the court made the game’s biggest plays for East Allegheny.
Sophomore forward Cache Street had 17 points and 16 rebounds, including the final seven points for East Allegheny, and the Wildcats stayed unbeaten with a Section 2-AA win at West Shamokin, 48-45, on Monday.
Amani Johnson added 14 ...