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Franklin Regional

Superintendent: Dr. Gennaro Piraino
Principal: Ron Suvak
Athletic Director: Zachary Kessler
3200 School Road, Murrysville, PA, 15668
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Franklin Regional uses defense to top Norwin in Rettger final
December 12, 2018
It wasn't pretty, but Franklin Regional will take it. Behind another strong defensive performance, the Panthers defended their title and won their fifth Mike Rettger Memorial Tournament in seven years with a 44-39 victory over Norwin on Wednesday night in Murrysville. A game with little fluidity saw both teams run

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Hough’s first win lifts Franklin Regional wrestling past Penn-Trafford
The Franklin Regional wrestling team needed a stopper during Wednesday's WPIAL Class AAA Section 1A match at Penn-Trafford. So Panthers coach Matt Lebe called on Charlie Hough, not the former Major League Baseball pitcher whose main pitch was the knuckleball, to be that person. Hough, who was 0-21 during the

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High school wrestling notebook: Kiski Area again flexes muscle at EAIWT
December 11, 2018
Kiski Area coach Chris Heater and assistant coach Chuck Tursky didn't know how many times the Cavaliers had won the Eastern Area Invitational at Gateway. Kiski Area won its fourth consecutive EAIWT championship Saturday and has won more than 20 in the tournament's 41-year history. The Cavaliers finished with 241

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WPIAL team wrestling rankings for week of Dec. 10, 2018
WPIAL wrestling rankings Class AAA Rank, Team, record, previous 1. Kiski Area, 0-0, 1 2. Canon-McMillan, 0-0, 2 3. Hempfield, 0-0, 3 4. Seneca Valley, 0-0, 4 5. Waynesburg, 1-0, 5 6. Franklin Regional, 0-0, 6 7. Connellsville, 0-0, 7 8. Greensburg Salem, 0-0, 8 9. Thomas Jefferson, 5-0, NR

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The Daily 3: Your Guide to the WPIAL
Mike Rettger tournament to feature top matchups in Tuesday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
December 10, 2018
The format is the same for most WPIAL boys and girls basketball teams. Open the season in a tip-off tournament, play a nonsection tune-up or two and then jump into section play for three or four games before the holidays. However, for four boys hoops teams, it has become a

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Franklin Regional boys bowlers set to contend for third straight WPIBL title
December 8, 2018
Spend any length of time around the Franklin Regional boys bowling team, and one wouldn't even guess the Panthers are the two-time defending Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Bowling League champions. The Panthers aren't impressed with their recent success because they want more. andquot;They don't talk about last year as much as

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Franklin Regional rides balanced attacked to win over Belle Vernon
December 7, 2018
Franklin Regional was in a giving mood in its season opener Friday night. It might be holiday time, but the boys basketball team's caring-is-sharing approach had a lot more to do with its unselfishness and ability to spread the ball as the Panthers took care of business. They used crisp

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Westmoreland County basketball teams to watch
December 6, 2018
5 teams to watch Boys Belle Vernon -- Longtime Monessen coach Joe Salvino switched Mon-Valley programs to take over the Leopards and has some talent with which to work. Junior guard Cam Nusser (14 ppg) pilots an experienced group that made the PIAA playoffs last year for the first time

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Westmoreland County basketball players to watch
5 players to watch Bryce Butler, Latrobe (Sr., 6-5, G) -- West Liberty recruit is one of area's more versatile scorers and team players. Averaged 20 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists for high-scoring Wildcats. Reed Fenton, Latrobe (Sr., 6-4, G) -- With a silky pull-up jumper, long frame and advanced

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Westmoreland County teams prepare for altered basketball landscape
About the only things guaranteed this season in local high school basketball, the only things that haven't changed, are that the ball is round and the rims are 10 feet high. The rest, well, it's all fair game and probably has been subjected in some way to a mass overhaul

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