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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: Hayes’ big play was just perfect

By Kevin Gorman
HERSHEY — Hunter Hayes likes to think of himself as a perfectionist, so the South Fayette junior couldn’t believe everything that was going wrong for ...

Gorman: Clairton star shows class amid chaos

By Kevin Gorman
HERSHEY — The Clairton sideline was in chaos as Bears coaches tried to corral a couple of out-of-control players while consoling those who were crying. ...

Gorman: Gastion goes deep for Pine-Richland

By Kevin Gorman
Pine-Richland has no shortage of playmakers, but Rams coach Eric Kasperowicz sees game plans designed to stop one player in particular. D’ondre Gastion has that ...

Gorman: Central Valley’s life after death

By Kevin Gorman
Central Valley was supposed to spend this week celebrating its first PIAA championship berth. Instead, the Warriors mourned the death of a teammate. Tragedy struck the school district when senior lineman Dominick “Andy” Treemarchi went into respiratory distress early Sunday ...

Gorman: South Fayette has a ‘No Fly’ zone

By Kevin Gorman
While Brett Brumbaugh earns accolades at South Fayette for smashing state passing records, the Lions’ defense has a reason to roar. South Fayette has 25 ...

Gorman: Melvin leads Clairton line

By Kevin Gorman
Clairton has a chance to win its fifth PIAA Class A championship in six years, yet only one current Bears player has started in a state title game. That distinction belongs to Israel Melvin, a 6-foot-1, 282-pound senior two-way tackle ...

Gorman: Brumbaugh’s brains help set state record

By Kevin Gorman
Brett Brumbaugh has drawn accolades for his accuracy and praise for making big plays. Staring at the state record for career passing yards Saturday, the ...

Gorman: Canon-McMillan’s Blanock stands #LukeStrong

By Kevin Gorman
Luke Blanock had the floor. What the Canon-McMillan senior really wanted was to finally take the court. Speaking slowly and softly, Blanock urged the ...

Gorman: Pine-Richland’s Merhaut is Ram tough

By Kevin Gorman
Mike Merhaut might be one of Western Pennsylvania’s best all-around players, as Pine-Richland coach Eric Kasperowicz proclaims, but he hasn’t let it go to his ...

Gorman: Central Valley’s Conti accepts role

By Kevin Gorman
Nate Conti saw the writing on the wall after his junior year and wondered whether Central Valley coaches would ask him to change positions. A fullback who was the backup to Preston Johnson, Conti didn’t hesitate when asked to make ...

Gorman: Yardage mark not Brumbaugh’s best record

By Kevin Gorman
Now that Brett Brumbaugh is about to become the state’s all-time leading passer, let’s look at another record. The South Fayette senior quarterback, already the WPIAL career passing leader and first in league history to pass for 3,000 yards in ...

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