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Central Catholic’s Elliot Donald adds Penn State, Notre Dame offers
February 6, 2019
Central Catholic sophomore Elliot Donald, whose uncle was recently named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year, added two more major college football offers. Hours apart Wednesday, the 6-foot-2, 230-pound defensive tackle announced offers from Notre Dame and Penn State. The two additions raised his scholarship total to nine. Donald

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Western Pa.’s top 10 football prospects for the Class of 2020
1. Michael Carmody Mars 6-5, 290, offensive tackle Carmody is in the midst of basketball season for top-ranked Mars, but his college future is on the offensive line. Rivals ranks Carmody as a four-star recruit and the 29th-best offensive tackle nationally. He is rated second overall among Pennsylvania recruits. Nearly

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WPIAL football players sign with Division I FBS programs
Class of 2019 Twenty-one senior football players from the WPIAL accepted scholarships from Division I FBS schools. Three signed letters of intent Wednesday: Division I FBS Tyler Brennan, North Hills, WR/RB, Army* Dante Cephas, Penn Hills, WR, Kent State* Mike Coleman, Woodland Hills, DB, Toledo* M.J. Devonshire, Aliquippa, DB, Kentucky

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Central Catholic schedules 5-time state champion for Week Zero
February 4, 2019
Central Catholic scheduled a four-time state champion in Week Zero last season. This year, it'll be a five-time champion. The Vikings announced Monday that they'll play Philadelphia Catholic League power Archbishop Wood this August at the Wolvarena. Wood won PIAA titles in 2011, '13, '14, '16 and '17. Week Zero

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18 WPIAL football players picked for East-West all-star game
January 31, 2019
South Fayette teammates Mike Trimbur, Tom Elia and Ryan Coe were among 18 WPIAL football players selected for the PSFCA East-West all-star game. The rosters were announced Thursday. Also picked for the West roster were North Hills' Tyler Brennan, Thomas Jefferson's Dominic Serapiglia, Pine-Richland's Mike Dorundo and Anthony Cerminara, Shaler's

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Aliquippa trio among 11 WPIAL players selected for Big 33 Football Classic
Aliquippa teammates MJ Devonshire, Will Gipson and Solvauhn Moreland were among 11 WPIAL players chosen for the PSFCA Big 33 Football Classic. The Pennsylvania all-star team roster was announced Thursday. Also selected were Penn Hills' Dante Cephas and Daequan Hardy, Latrobe's Trent Holler, North Hills' Lirion Murtezi, Central Catholic's Brian

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Ball State, once unfamiliar to Western Pa., offers 6 more WPIAL juniors
January 24, 2019
Ball State wasn't always a familiar name for WPIAL football recruits. Not until Cardinals coach Mike Neu made inroads into Western Pennsylvania over the past year and signed two recruits from the WPIAL's senior class last month. Now, his staff has focused on some WPIAL juniors. Montour lineman George Padezanin,

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Bowling Green football targets 4 WPIAL juniors
January 13, 2019
Four WPIAL juniors announced football offers from Bowling Green this week including the first for Hempfield lineman Fintan Brose. Penn Hills safety Aakeem Snell, Woodland Hills tight end Joshua Rawlings and Central Catholic defensive end A.J. Beatty also added offers from the Mid-American Conference school. Beatty (6-5, 250) received a

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Pine-Richland trio named to Class 6A Pennsylvania Football Writers all-state team
December 27, 2018
Pine-Richland's Mike Katic, Tyler King and Andrew Kristofic led the Rams to a second straight WPIAL Class 6A football title. They were three of Western Pennsylvania's top recruits who helped make Pine-Richland one of the most dominant teams in the state of the past two years. On Thursday, all three

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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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