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Class AA breakdown: Dynamic offense to again lead 2-time PIAA champion South Fayette

By Karen Price
South Fayette football coach Joe Rossi is certain that other teams are looking at the Lions, now without record-setting quarterback Brett Brumbaugh, and thinking they’re ...
Bar again set high for Seton-La Salle
By Ray Fisher
Seton-La Salle’s Damon Rosol has one full season as a head coach on his resume. The Rebels generated a 10-2 record in 2014 in Rosol’s rookie ...
HSFB preview by position: Ball-hawk safeties pace top defenses
By Chris Harlan
McKeesport and Central Catholic led WPIAL Class AAAA teams in fewest points allowed last season. In an era of spread offenses and 300-yard passers, their ...
Gorman: Scouts won’t forget Paris
By Kevin Gorman
His first highlight was so spectacular that Paris Ford needed only that one play for scholarship offers to roll in. The Seton-La Salle ...
Seton-La Salle girls soccer team appears strong at midfield position
By Ray Fisher
Seton-La Salle head coach Brooke Mangis plans to spend much of the preseason looking to fill in players on the defensive end of the field. “Defensively, we graduated three starters and our goalie,” said Mangis, the Lady Rebelss’ veteran soccer coach, “so we will work hard to find replacements.” The Seton-La Salle ...
Bragging rights up for grab at Seton-La Salle alumni soccer game
By Ray Fisher
The annual Seton-La Salle alumni soccer game will be Saturday at Merrick athletic field on the Seton-La Salle High School campus. Game time is ...
Decision to leave Seton-La Salle ‘tough’ for new North Allegheny girls basketball coach
By Ed Phillipps
Spencer Stefko’s two seasons leading the Seton-La Salle girls’ basketball team were about as good as it gets. Twice, he led Seton-La Salle to the PIAA ...
Seton-La Salle grad Mallon, a military buff, lands ROTC scholarship to Penn State
By Ed Phillipps
When he was in third grade, James Mallon and his family went on a trip to the beach for vacation. To pass the time ...
Trinity’s Gray named Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Softball Player of the Year
By Karen Price
Player of the Year Olivia Gray Trinity, SENIOR, shortstop Four-year starter Olivia Gray was accustomed to batting leadoff and collecting hits like they were ...
Seton-La Salle softball program to miss Dadig, Zola
By Ray Fisher
Two of the top softball players Western Pennsylvania this past season were Seton-La Salle seniors Dani Dadig and Lauren Zola. “Words cannot explain what Lauren Zola and Dani Dadig have done for the Seton-La Salle softball program,” Jay Krull, the Lady Rebels’ head coach, said. “Lauren and Dani have written their legacies ...
Zola, Dadig leave a lasting legacy for Seton-La Salle softball program
By Ray Fisher
The senior members of the Seton-La Salle softball program had a fabulous four-year run during their varsity careers. Seton-La Salle was a section champion and WPIAL ...
Seton-La Salle baseball’s outlook good for next season
By Ray Fisher
The Seton-La Salle baseball team qualified for the WPIAL Class AA playoffs for a third consecutive season in 2015. The Rebels lost to Quaker ...
Seton-La Salle edges Steel Valley in extra innings to advance to PIAA tourney
By George Guido
Seton-La Salle pitcher Lauren Zola said she has no plans on becoming a trapeze artist. But she put on quite a high wire act in Tuesday’s ...
Seton-La Salle’s Caragein chosen to play in national lacrosse tournament
By Jennifer Goga
Olivia Caragein has only been playing lacrosse since she was a freshman, but the Seton-La Salle junior already has accomplished a lot in three short ...
Four South Hills athletes selected for baseball all-star showcase
By Ray Fisher
Four area senior athletes have been selected to play in this year’s WPIAL Baseball Coaches Association all-star doubleheader showcase. The doubleheader will be held June 7 ...
Seton-La Salle softball team breezes to section title
By Ray Fisher
The Seton-La Salle softball team entered the WPIAL Class AA playoffs with seven players hitting .300 or better. Little wonder that, with such a powerful ...
Softball strikeout specialists prove to be game changers in WPIAL
By Bill Hartlep
It wasn’t long ago that a talented pitcher led Yough to a WPIAL softball championship. With a mix of power and finesse, Nicole Sleith struck out ...
Seton-LaSalle receiver McKinley-Lewis stars for West in Pa. all-star win
By Gordie Jones
DOWNINGTOWN — It was an all-star game, but it meant something to Seton-LaSalle wide receiver Danzel McKinley-Lewis. The trophy he earned meant something to his coach. McKinley-Lewis returned a first-quarter punt 74 yards for a touchdown and was named West MVP as he and his teammates held off the East, 21-19, in ...
Seton-La Salle’s Ford big hit as sophomore
By Chris Harlan
Paris Ford has a few favorite football players, including two safeties who retired years before he was born. “His dad used to put old NFL ...
WPIAL players interrupt spring sports for PSFCA East-West Game
By Chris Harlan
Seton-La Salle’s Danzel McKinley-Lewis could catch fly balls and fly routes in the same week. A senior outfielder for the school’s baseball team, the Toledo-bound ...
Area coaches adapt to adverse weather conditions
By Ray Fisher
The weather. It seems to be a sore subject every spring. And this year is no different as baseball and softball teams scramble to revise schedules ...
Zola dominant on mound for Seton-La Salle softball team
By Brian Knavish
Dominating. That’s how Seton-La Salle softball coach Jay Krull described senior pitcher Lauren Zola. “Dominating is a fair word to describe how she’s pitched,” Krull said. ...
Roundball Classic roundup: Small-school boys teams engage in shootout
By George Guido
It was a breakneck pace in the Roundball Classic game between the smaller boys schools Saturday. The Class AA all-star team outscored the Class A squad ...
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Central Catholic’s Bricen Garner, Seton-La Salle’s Raja Rutherford
By Alex Oltmanns
Bricen Garner School: Central Catholic Year: Junior Sport: Track and field Claim to fame: Garner took first place in both the long jump (21-2) and ...
Seton-La Salle volunteer photographer hanging up camera
By Ed Phillipps
While working his day job, he is Robert G. DelGreco Jr., Esquire, prominent Pittsburgh attorney with a who’s who client list that has included professional ...

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