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Seneca Valley grad Coward settles in with Butler BlueSox

Connor Coward is turning a wild spring into a strong summer. The Seneca Valley product is in the midst of his second season with the Butler ...

Gateway grad Kromka to test her mettle with full Ironman

Gateway graduate Kate Kromka grew up in the sport of basketball and excelled through her high school years with the Gators. In the years that followed ...

Norwin's Sever finds success at ODP soccer tournament

For ReidAnn Sever, the soccer season never seems to end. "There really is no down time," the goalkeeper said. "You have the high school season in ...

Franklin Regional graduate Nick Novak hoping for another shot in Europe

Nick Novak described his professional basketball experience in Portugal as one to remember. The Franklin Regional and Pitt-Johnstown graduate and hoops standout helped his Ovarense team ...

Limited numbers don't deter Murrysville Legion from earning victories

With only nine or 10 players available for most games, the Murrysville American Legion baseball team still has been winning in District 31 play. Through Monday, ...

Baldwin graduate Hall remains humble despite accomplishments

When you have an impressive resume, it's easy to get a job. There's no better example of that than Laura Hall. Not many college student resumes ...

Chartiers Valley grad Lapiana finding success with Utah baseball

Being on one of the biggest stages in college baseball is an experience pitcher Josh Lapiana won't forget. The Chartiers Valley grad helped lead the Utah ...

Quaker Valley Colt league team melds talent

During the WPIAL baseball season, rivals Quaker Valley and Avonworth split the Section 1-AA title. However, this summer, players from both programs are working toward a ...

Valley Legion team uses summer to build for high school season

Noah Aftanas considers his Valley Legion squad different than many other summer baseball teams. The team isn't playing a summer season — more like an extended ...

Contest winners rub elbows with world's best

It's not every year the U.S. Open comes to Pittsburgh. Likewise, it's not every day a kid is afforded the opportunity to mingle with the ...

Ex-Valley wrestler Galli means business

In his role as the chief executive officer of Techtronic Industries, the largest power tool company in North America, Joseph Galli oversees the hiring of ...

Love of game fuels Golden Hawks football players

Risking significant injury, including head trauma, and spending time practicing and traveling to games are all part of football. But most of the athletes sacrificing ...

WPIAL stars Marks, Kitchen, Matijevic boost teams playing in College World Series

Anthony Marks felt he didn't get enough chances to celebrate on a baseball field during high school. The past month presented him plenty of opportunities. One ...

Hampton grad shines for Duke rowing team

Hampton graduate Katie Dukovich accepted a challenge from her coach and had a terrific senior season on the Duke rowing team. Dukovich, 22, was named Division ...

Kiski Valley Legion hopes fast start leads to postseason berth

Kiski Valley Legion baseball coach Dennis Montgomery said this season's team could be the "best-hitting team on paper" the program has had in eight years. In ...

Micklo caps her high school career at TJ as 'Elite 100' finalist

Amanda Micklo, a senior at Thomas Jefferson in 2015-16, was one of the "Elite 100" finalists in the Trib Total Media's Outstanding Young Citizen competition. TJ ...