Kevin Gorman

Gorman: Westinghouse winning again in City

Westinghouse once went 45 years between losing seasons in football, only to suffer through a 14-year spell where a winning season was only wishful thinking. ...

Gorman: Steelers need wide receiver Coates to stretch field

Antonio Brown is coming off one of those rare games when he had neither five catches nor 50 yards, failing to meet his own receiving ...

Gorman: Everette shines at Charleroi

Dremar Everette closed his career at Wilkinsbug in tears, only to open his senior season at Charleroi to cheers. After losing his last 17 games ...

Gorman: Tight ends save the day for Steelers

Xavier Grimble was waiting for this moment, waiting to finally live out his NFL dream after serving two seasons on the scout team. On his ...

Gorman: Remembering their runs and revival

Gene Matsook wonders whether we remember Rochester and the Rams' remarkable run of dominance. From 1998 until 2012, Rochester won 206 games, five WPIAL titles ...

Gorman: Imani's Robinson leaps into spotlight

Even more impressive than seeing a photo of Kenny Robinson leaping over a Riverview defender was watching a video. But to see it in person? ...

Gorman: UConn pulls double play with Fedkos

When the University of Connecticut offered Kyler Fedko a baseball scholarship, he couldn't resist. Not only did the Huskies want the Vincentian junior, but ...

Gorman: Army right fit for Pine-Richland's Duran

Ryan Duran didn't realize the date, let alone the symbolism, until after he made his college choice. The Pine-Richland defensive end committed to Army on ...

Gorman: Count Novak's impact, not victories

There are many numbers by which to measure George Novak's success as the only football coach in the 30-year history of Woodland Hills. Under Novak, ...

Gorman: Calabria to share skills

Dante Calabria knows he has lived away from Western Pennsylvania for so long that he is no longer a household name in his hometown. "The ...

Gorman: Jeannette's Sanders a triple threat

With every touchdown he scores, Gio Vonne Sanders is redefining the concept of a dual-threat quarterback. The Jeannette star is more of a triple threat ...

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