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Kevin Gorman is a sports writer for the Tribune-Review. Kevin Gorman can be reached via e-mail or at 412-320-7812

Gorman: ‘Doc’ sitting on 300th win

By Kevin Gorman
Michael ‘Doc’ Kulish doesn’t count the two games he won as interim coach at the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf in the 1970s. But …

Gorman: Penn State is ‘wild card’ for Whitehead

By Kevin Gorman
James Franklin hasn’t wasted any time using his charisma and charm on the recruiting trail to compile a national top-10 class. We’ll soon find out …

Gorman: There’s no quit with Upper St. Clair’s Harkleroad

By Kevin Gorman
Ryan Harkleroad’s story starts with a lump on an arm. It will leave you with a lump in your throat. The Upper St. Clair junior …

Gorman: Running it up watered down

By Kevin Gorman
Wayne Wade wondered why his shoes sunk deep into the field of Springdale’s Veterans Memorial Stadium. The Clairton coach wanted to know why the grass …

Gorman: At East Allegheny, a positive coaching story

By Kevin Gorman
East Allegheny was coming off a 43-point loss to defending PIAA Class AA champion South Fayette when it learned that the district’s teachers would go …

Gorman: Resigned to football fate

By Kevin Gorman
The only thing more surprising than watching a WPIAL coach walk away from a winless team in Week 4 is seeing it happen again the next week. Nine days after Mauro Monz resigned at Carlynton, Ron Coder did the same …

Gorman: Hempfield’s Harrell finds home at IPFW

By Kevin Gorman
Kason Harrell had his heart set on playing Division I basketball, so the Hempfield star almost had it broken. The University of North Carolina-Wilmington offered …

Gorman: ‘Sisters first, tennis second’

By Kevin Gorman
The WPIAL Class AA tennis singles champion was decided in a weird way. Shrugs, then hugs. Alyvia and Michaela Kluska of Greensburg Central Catholic planned …

Gorman: Beaver’s Wise tries to be just one of the guys

By Kevin Gorman
Darius Wise brings a point-guard mentality to the football field, as the Beaver sophomore doesn’t care if he scores so long as the Bobcats win. …

Gateway hires Freedman as boys basketball coach

By Kevin Gorman
Daryn Freedman, who spent the past five years at Kiski School, was hired Tuesday night as Gateway’s boys basketball coach. Gateway athletic director Randy Rovesti said Freedman’s strong resume stood out. Freedman worked in the NBA with the New Jersey …

Gorman: Quitting not the answer

By Kevin Gorman
Mauro Monz, by his own admission, has become a lightning rod in Western Pennsylvania prep sports. It’s not every day that a football coach quits three games into his first season, as Monz did Monday when he resigned at Carlynton. …

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