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Greensburg Central Catholic

Superintendent: Dr. Maureen Marsteller
Principal: Benjamin Althof
Athletic Director: Dan Mahoney
901 Armory Drive, Greensburg, PA, 15601
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PIAA football playoffs: 30 years in 30 days — Clairton claims 1st of 4 PIAA titles in ’09
November 15, 2018
The PIAA had been hosting state playoffs in all but one fall high school sport since 1976. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf, cross country and field hockey all crowned state champions once the district playoffs concluded. The lone exception to the fall state playoff slate was high school football. It wasn't

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Avonworth shuts out Greensburg Central Catholic boys soccer in PIAA semifinals
November 13, 2018
Avonworth coach Tom Angell is a big fan of dark chocolate. Standout senior Sam Guzzo likes Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, and goalkeeper Tim Stewart likes it all and will eat whatever. Nevertheless, Guzzo was sweet as milk chocolate for the Antelopes. The attacker took possession on a crossing pass, dodged

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Poker-faced GCC strolls into semifinal rematch with Avonworth
November 12, 2018
Quite literally, the cards have been stacked against Tyler Solis before. The coach of the Greensburg Central Catholic boys soccer team used to be a gaming dealer at Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh. andquot;I know how all those games work,andquot; Solis said. He also knows a thing or two about the

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PIAA soccer, volleyball semifinals set in Tuesday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
Upon first glance, the western finals of the PIAA boys soccer playoffs look like a WPIAL pitch party. Seven of the eight teams playing for a spot in the state championships from the west side of the boys soccer bracket are from District 7, with Radnor from District 1 being

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PIAA sets boys soccer semifinal sites and times
November 11, 2018
Seven WPIAL boys soccer teams will be involved in Tuesday's PIAA boys soccer semifinals. A rematch of the WPIAL Class A title game pits Greensburg Central Catholic (19-2) against WPIAL champion Avonworth (22-0-1). The Antelopes scored a shootout victory in the teams' match for the WPIAL title Nov. 1. GCC

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Short-handed Greensburg Central Catholic clips Seton LaSalle, advances to PIAA boys soccer semifinals
November 10, 2018
With two starting forwards hobbled by leg injuries, including standout Pitt recruit Luke Mort, Greensburg Central Catholic had to do some reconfiguring -- of its schemes, its lineup and its outlook -- for the PIAA Class A boys soccer quarterfinals. Backups had to find their way into the flow, adjust

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Westmoreland County boys soccer preview capsules for Saturday’s PIAA quarterfinals
November 9, 2018
Boys soccer Class 3A Quarterfinals Franklin Regional (19-0-1) vs. Cathedral Prep (20-1) 4 p.m. Saturday at Slippery Rock High School Winner plays: Winner of Hershey (15-4-1)/West Allegheny (20-2) on Tuesday in the semifinals Players to watch: Zack Snider, Franklin Regional (Sr., MF); Liam King, Cathedral Prep (Sr., D) Corner kicks:

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PIAA girls volleyball, soccer quarterfinals set in Saturday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
While it was a great start to the state playoffs for soccer teams around the WPIAL, the same can't be said for district girls volleyball teams. Only five of 12 WPIAL teams were able to pick up victories in the opening round of the PIAA postseason on Tuesday. Among the

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With teammates hobbled by injuries, Ward takes on added role for Greensburg C.C. boys
November 8, 2018
When two teammates went down with ankle injuries in Tuesday's PIAA first-round soccer playoff game, Greensburg Central Catholic's Nate Ward did not become alarmed. Not that the junior forward would. Iroquois came back to close a three-goal deficit to one early in the second half before GCC escaped with a

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Greensburg Central Catholic boys overcome injuries to defeat Iroquois in PIAA 1st round
November 6, 2018
ERIE -- Battered, bruised and battling heavy winds and a surging opponent, Greensburg Central Catholic faced all kinds of adversity Tuesday night. The Centurions showed their guts and got the glory. WPIAL runner-up Greensburg Central Catholic took a three-goal lead and withstood a pair of key injuries and a furious

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