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Kevin Gorman is a sports writer for the Tribune-Review. Kevin Gorman can be reached via e-mail

Gorman: The most important sports story

By Kevin Gorman 10:29 p.m.
This is not a sports story. That was an immediate reaction to news that Aliquippa tailback DiMantae Bronaugh would miss the season after a leukemia ...

Gorman: Time for new ‘House rules

By Kevin Gorman
Once the pride of City League football, Westinghouse has become its black eye. And its own worst enemy. A Westinghouse assistant coach placed on leave pending an investigation into whether he injured a player is the second incident to draw negative ...

Gorman: East Allegheny’s Edwards performs juggling act

By Kevin Gorman
Marc Edwards was willing to play almost any position for East Allegheny’s football team last season. As a sophomore, he started at outside linebacker but also played guard and tight end, was the long snapper on punts and the holder ...

Gorman: An ‘honor’ to follow a legend

By Kevin Gorman
Joe Lamenza jokes that if he had a nickel for every time he was asked about following Joe Hamilton as Blachawk football coach, he’d be ...

Gorman: Don’t judge WPIAL by the cover

By Kevin Gorman
When it comes to high school football, we at Trib Total Media love to say that we have you covered. But when it comes to ...

Gorman: Plum’s Chapla aims for records

By Kevin Gorman
When Jake Chapla met Pat McAfee last summer, the Plum kicker made a bold statement to the Indianapolis Colts punter and Plum alum. Chapla told ...

Gorman: Scouts won’t forget Paris

By Kevin Gorman
His first highlight was so spectacular that Paris Ford needed only that one play for scholarship offers to roll in. The Seton-La Salle ...

Gorman: Clairton’s Wade makes case at cornerback

By Kevin Gorman
Lamont Wade is arguably the best running back in Western Pennsylvania, considering he set a WPIAL single-season rushing record with 2,762 yards. But when it ...

Gorman: Neshannock star a big hit

By Kevin Gorman
Fred Mazzocio has no reservations playing his quarterback at inside linebacker. He calls Neshannock junior Frank Antuono Jr. a “different breed.” Not many quarterbacks are ...

Gorman: Scotties’ duo is dominant

By Kevin Gorman
Mark Adams calls Jake Beistel and Doug Leighty a “once-in-a-lifetime” duo, especially for a WPIAL Class AA school like Southmoreland. “It’s a coach’s dream to have them at my level,” Adams said. “They could play at any level. In ‘AA’ ...

Gorman: USC tackle is Ford tough

By Kevin Gorman
The shoulder-length hair that Brandon Ford had grown for three years is gone, donated to Locks of Love. The Upper St. Clair right tackle did so to honor his late grandfathers lost to cancer, George Adams and Kenneth Walker, amid ...

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