By Michael Love
The Plum varsity boys volleyball team hopes to reverse several tough outcomes in the second half of Section 3-AAA play, and improved play against section leaders Penn-Trafford, Latrobe and Norwin is at the top of the wish list. The Mustangs host Penn Hills in the first game of the section’s …
Returning talent good
news for FC volleyball By Marty Stewart
The Fox Chapel volleyball team features a wealth of returning talent, and coach Phil O’Keeffe has a high level of optimism. “I believe that we can contend for a WPIAL title,” he said. “We have a lot of all-section performers returning, and we only lost one starter. Last year, we …
Norwin boys volleyball team breezes to win over Penn Hills By Dave Mackall
It was over in a heartbeat. In a boys volleyball match that began 15 minutes earlier than the scheduled starting time because of a quick, one-sided affair in the preliminary junior varsity match, the Norwin varsity team completed a sweep of visiting Penn Hills on Thursday night, dominating the Indians, …
Norwin seniors take aim at WPIAL title By Doug Gulasy
Two seasons ago, after the Norwin boys volleyball team lost to North Allegheny in the WPIAL championship match, Nick Nguyen was standing with the rest …
Experience key for Gateway boys volleyball team By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity boys volleyball team was young last year, as there were no seniors on the roster. Inexperience early on and injuries to key players late in the campaign contributed to a tough 0-12 mark in Section 3-AAA and an 0-14 record overall. But head coach Jay Wu said …
West Shamokin, Ford City boys volleyball teams strive for same goal By Matt Grubba
The challenges are different for West Shamokin’s and Ford City’s boys volleyball teams, but both hope to raise the level of their program in 2014. The Wolves are coming off a third-place finish in Section 2-AA, with only a few returning faces in the lineup. Their section rival, the Sabers, …
Belle Vernon senior plays through pain By Les Harvath
Belle Vernon senior volleyball/softball player Alexis Ellin holds a position of honor in the local Murphy’s Law Club. After having surgery on her left foot …
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