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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: McKeesport’s Hudson has name brand

By Kevin Gorman
Khaleke Hudson has a distinctive first name but a familiar family line to follow. The McKeesport junior (whose name is pronounced kuh-leak) is related to …

Gorman: Quaker Valley’s Jackson a dual threat

By Kevin Gorman
Dane Jackson is one of the most dynamic dual-threat quarterbacks in the WPIAL, with a reputation for running to daylight, if not paydirt. The Quaker …

Gorman: Fox Chapel has ‘two best linebackers’

By Tribune-Review
Eric Ravotti played linebacker at Penn State and for the Steelers, so he’s something of an authority on the position. So, when the Fox Chapel …

Gorman: Woodland Hills deep on defensive line

By Kevin Gorman
The running joke at Woodland Hills is about the player wearing No. 6. He’s big, strong and fast. He’s all over the field. He makes every tackle in every practice. And he’s only getting better. Who wears No. 6? “Everybody …

Gorman: Podgorski to ‘punish’ foes

By Kevin Gorman
Ryan Podgorski has played every position on the offensive line, from left tackle to left guard to long snapper. The South Park star doesn’t have a preference on a position. “Wherever,” Podgorski said. “I’m versatile.” Where most colleges want him …

Gorman: Central’s Adomitis at home at tight end

By Kevin Gorman
The jerseys hang in Central Catholic’s weight room, reminders of the prominence of one position at the school. One belongs to Hall of Fame quarterback …

Gorman: Clairton’s Mathews now on the receiving end

By Kevin Gorman
Clairton had a conundrum with Aaron Mathews at quarterback last season. It wasn’t so much that Mathews couldn’t throw the ball, but rather that he …

Gorman: Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic’s Fulmore a triple threat

By Kevin Gorman
Not often does a player rank among the WPIAL’s top five rushers as a sophomore, only to be moved out of the backfield by his …

Gorman: Don’t sleep on USO quarterback Brown

By Kevin Gorman
If judging quarterbacks was done strictly by statistics, USO’s Ronald Brown would be one of the best in the state. The University Prep senior passed for 3,401 yards and 43 touchdowns last fall, including a 525-yard game against Carrick, the …

Gorman: Football coach Nola embraces a new challenge at Gateway

By Kevin Gorman
Tom Nola is accustomed to a legend looming, whether the name on the stadium is Clairton’s Neil C. Brown or Gateway’s Pete Antimarino. Nola knows …

Gorman: Salka set to script own storyline

By Kevin Gorman
Rod Salka knows his story sounds like a script for the silver screen, namely its most famous boxing movie. An unranked fighter getting his big …

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