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baseball/softball


South Xtra: Deep pitching staff keeps Big Macs in contention

When the baseball schedule gets really busy — as it usually does by the end of the season — Canon-McMillan should still be in good shape.



South Xtra: Seton-LaSalle finds a winning formula on softball field

Like most district teams, the Rebels are finding it difficult to get their games played, but when they do, they make them county.


 

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Photo Journal: Boys Tennis WPIAL AAA Doubles Champ. ( April 21) Vol. 1

The WPIAL AAA Boys Tennis Doubles Championship and Consolation matches were held Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at Norwin High School.


Photo Journal : Boys Tennis WPIAL AAA Double Champ. (April 21) Vol. 2

The WPIAL AAA Boys Tennis Doubles Championship and Consolation matches were held Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at Norwin High School.

Athlete Of The Week


Athletes of the week: Marianne Abdalah & Alex Kirilloff

Vincentian Academy track and field runner Marianne Abdalah and Plum baseball player Alex Kirilloff and are this week’s honorees.



Athletes of the week: Dom Perretta & Ashley Amato

Track standouts Dom Perretta of Beaver Falls and Ashley Amato of Plum chosen as the athletes of the week.


 

football


Blackhawk hires Lamenza as new football coach

Blackhawk names a replacement for legendary coach Joe Hamilton.



West Xtra: Moon freshman learns at WPIAL singles tournament

Logan D’Angelo faced stiff competition at the WPIAL Class AAA singles tournament, and although he didn’t win, he gained valuable experience.


 

soccer


North/West Xtra: Quaker Valley coach steps down

Gene Klein walks away from boys soccer team a second time, completing a run of 29 seasons.


 

basketball


East Xtra: Latrobe's Cullen makes his return

Basketball standout competes in Roundball Classic last weekend after missing all of his senior season with a torn meniscus.



West Xtra: Quips' McGinnis enjoys his 'curtain call' at Roundball Classic

Quips basketball coach Nick Lackovich got one more go around with his seniors, including Stephon McGinnis, who’s still mulling his future.


 
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