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New Brighton plans to get defensive

By Zach Brendza
New Brighton has been to the postseason the last two years. But with early exits in both seasons, the Lions haven’t been able to improve ...
New Brighton shuts out Burrell to win 8th in row
By George Guido
New Brighton finished the regular season with seven straight victories. The Lions continued their winning ways Wednesday night with a 5-0 victory over Burrell in a ...
Aliquippa routs New Brighton in battle of Midwestern unbeatens
By Brian J. Duermeyer
Few teams dominate football Friday nights in Western Pennsylvania like Aliquippa. The No. 2 Quips proved their mettle once again in a 55-14 dismantling of Midwestern ...
New Brighton looks to build on run to postseason
By Chuck Curti
There was a time when New Brighton was a regular visitor to the WPIAL playoffs. But the once-proud program went through a decade of being ...
Greensburg Central Catholic girls headed back to finals
By Ed Phillipps
Greensburg Central Catholic’s Fran Crouse spoiled the ending of New Brighton’s Cinderella story, as she led the top-seeded Centurions to a 10-2 win over the ...
Previewing the WPIAL soccer semifinals
By Tribune-Review
Girls Class AAA No. 1 Seneca Valley (16-2-1) vs. No. 12 Upper St. Clair (11-5-2) When/where: 6 p.m. Monday at Baldwin Notable: Sophomore Emma Hasco has goals ...
High school football notebook: For some, playoff fate can be sealed with win
By Chris Harlan
The playoff scenario is simple for a number of WPIAL teams. Win and they’re in. “It’s a lot nicer knowing you control your own destiny instead of counting on someone else to get you in there,” said Brentwood coach Kevin Kissel, whose team would secure the fourth spot in the Class ...
No. 1 Aliquippa blanks New Brighton
By Brian Duermeyer
Aliquippa’s big-play scoring tandem has the Quips pacing Class AA yet again. Blue-chip prospect Dravon Henry scored three touchdowns, and fellow senior Terry Swanson added a 44-yard score as No. 1 Aliquippa cruised past New Brighton, 43-0, in a Midwestern Conference matchup at Carl A. Aschman Stadium. New Brighton (3-1, 2-1) entered ...
High school football notebook: WPIAL’s highest scoring offense to visit Aliquippa
By Chris Harlan
The WPIAL’s highest-scoring offense will occupy Aliquippa’s stadium Friday night, but it won’t be on the home sideline. It’s visiting New Brighton, which is averaging 52.7 points. The Lions have started this season 3-0 behind an offense that’s scoring points by the dozens. In comparison, Aliquippa, the top-ranked Class AA ...
Fast start key for New Brighton
By Adam Bittner
New Brighton finished 3-6 and missed the playoffs last season, but back-to-back 35-28 wins against conference foes Riverside and Mohawk to close the campaign have ...
Returning tailback to anchor New Brighton’s young lineup
By Meredith Qualls
Coach Joe Greco believes the Lions are on the way up. “We’ve had an excellent offseason,” the New Brighton coach said. “We have a solid ...
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