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And then there was one. Fall 2015 marked the first chapter for Armstrong High School. The new school is the merger of Ford City and Kittanning high schools, which were only five miles away from each other.

Not only did the students merge in the classroom but on the field as well, wearing new colors. The Armstrong River Hawks represent blue and orange.

11/02/2015 - 18:56
Francesca Fronzaglio
Gio Vanne Sanders rushed for 100 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 106 yards and two scores to lead visiting Jeannette over Greensburg Central Catholic 49-35 to claim second place in the Eastern Conference.

Sanders threw a pair of touchdown passes to Swade Redman as the Jayhawks rebounded from the loss of leading rusher Kareem Hall in the first quarter to blow out the host Centurions.

10/31/2015 - 01:34
Tony DeFazio
When the Greensburg Central Catholic football team (7-1) hits the field to play Jeannette (7-1) at home this Friday in their regular season finale, the Centurions will seek to do more than just avenge last year’s 36-0 blowout loss to the Jayhawks.

Jeannette and Greensburg Central Catholic currently sit second and third respectively in the WPIAL Single-A rankings, and Friday’s result could very well decide who receives the second overall seed

10/29/2015 - 23:42
Matthew Zabierek
Canon-Mac's Bryan Milligan ran for 301 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Big Macs over Baldwin 28-14 on Friday in the CoGo's Feature Matchup.

Milligan, who logged 31 carries in the game, set a Canon-McMillan school record with his performance.

10/24/2015 - 13:09
Tony DeFazio
Both Canon-McMillan and Baldwin are fresh off losses and out of the WPIAL playoff chase, but the potential is there for a competitive matchup when the two go head to head Friday.

Canon-Mac head coach Mike Evans, who is in his first year heading a program that had three wins from 2010-14, admitted that the team has a long way to go.

10/22/2015 - 07:58
Michael Kiwak
Every Friday night, boys with dreams walk on to a field under bright lights in front of their family, classmates and friends. It’s not about stats; it’s about winning the game and ultimately winning the championship.

The Penn-Trafford Warriors duo of quarterback Brett Laffoon and wide receiver Tim Vecchio have the stats. They have the wins. And they are working hard for that elusive championship.

10/19/2015 - 15:53
Francesca Fronzaglio
Pine-Richland remained unbeaten behind another dominant performance from quarterback Phil Jurkovec as the Rams beat Butler 67-30 in this week's CoGo's Feature Matchup.

Jurkovec, a sophomore who is considered one of the top players at his position in the class of 2018, completed 23 of 29 passes for 323 yards and a touchdown.

10/16/2015 - 23:59
PSR Staff
The undefeated Pine-Richland Rams look to keep rolling as they visit Butler in this week's CoGo's High School Football Feature Matchup.

When the 6-0 and defending WPIAL AAAA champion Pine-Richland Rams travel north for their conference game against 0-6 Butler this Friday, there will be no doubt as to how the scale is tipped in the

10/15/2015 - 14:51
Matthew Zabierek
Belle Vernon's Derek Verkleeren blocked a fourth quarter punt that set up the winning touchdown as the Leopards beat rival Ringgold 13-12 in a hard-hitting, intense rivalry game that lived up to its billing.

Verkleeren's special teams play gave Belle Vernon the ball -- trailing 12-7 -- inside the Ringgold 10-yard line.

10/10/2015 - 00:23
Tony DeFazio
Over the summer, Belle Vernon Area upgraded their football field to a gold surface that had the Mon-Valley buzzing. Now, as the warm weather turns brisk, the only buzz is about the undefeated team playing on that gold field.

The Belle Vernon Leopards have yet to lose on their new playing surface. The Leopards and their rival Ringgold Rams are the only unbeaten teams in the Triple-A Big 10 conference.

10/09/2015 - 01:03
Francesca Fronzaglio
For a lot of young student-athletes, sports are essentially a hobby. They represent an activity to boost a college résumé or a tool to stay active. But for many young athletes, sports mean much more.
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When the Penguins hired Jim Rutherford as their general manager in 2014, it seemed like a temporary move. The former Carolina Hurricanes GM would spend his two years in Pittsburgh, and then hand the keys to Jason Botterill; the man whom several people thought deserved the job in the first place.
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Aaron Gray is a familiar name for most Pittsburgh basketball fans. The 7’0”, 270-pound center led the '07 Panthers to an NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearance and was one of the most prolific big men to play for coach Jamie Dixon.
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As the sun gets stronger and the days get longer, you can smell what’s around the corner: hot dogs, beer and peanuts, but also blood, sweat and tears on the diamond.
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A flurry of WPIAL prospects chose to take their talents to South Bend this year, despite rejuvenating seasons by both Penn State and Pitt.
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The Pittsburgh Pirates finished the 2016 season with a 78-83 record, landing them in third place in the National League Central.
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This past offseason, rumors abounded about the possibility of the Pirates trading All-Star and MVP center fielder, Andrew McCutchen.
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