Tag: Canon-McMillan

CTK 2011 – 2010 WPIAL Class AAAA Football Flashback
August 16, 2011
It had been two decades since one of the WPIAL Class AAAA's top football programs had won a district championship. However that drought ended when North Allegheny captured gold by beating the 2009 champion Woodland Hills Wolverines in the WPIAL finals at Heinz Field. Three weeks later, the Tigers captured a second PIAA football crown to go along with the 1990 state championship they won.

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2010-2011 WPIAL and Pittsburgh City League Champions on Parade
July 5, 2011
What better way to celebrate championships and our nations birthday then with a parade. It has been another great high school sports season. All of us here at the MSA Sports Network and Management Science Associates thank our sponsors and fans for their support during the 2010-2011 school year.

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Scholastic Notebook – 06/21/2011
June 15, 2011
The Serra Catholic baseball team is the first in Pennsylvania to ever make it to a state championship game three years in a row. Now the Eagles don't want to become the Buffalo Bills of Pennsylvania high school baseball.

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2011 MSA SPORTS ALL-MAT WRESTLING TEAM
March 23, 2011
Last weekend put a stamp on the end of yet another season of fantastic wrestling. The WPIAL produced 5 state champions and 48 total medallists (24 in both AA and AAA) over that time in Hershey. While there were many great wrestlers to watch and follow throughout the season, the MSA Sports Network had whittled the superb list down to the top ten wrestlers of 2010-2011 for our All-Mat Team.

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PIHL High School Hockey News and Notes – 03/22/2011
March 22, 2011
Welcome to another edition of "PIHL News and Notes," your continuing source for all the scholastic hockey happenings you may not hear about on "The PIHL Power Play." The 2011 Penguins Cup champions have been crowned, and we congratulate three-time winner Mars along with Bishop Canevin and Upper St. Clair.

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USC, B.Canevin and Mars Win 2011 PIHL Penguins Cup Championships
March 21, 2011
They saved the best for last. Upper St. Clair denied Canon-McMillan a repeat of the Penguins Cup Class AAA crown with a thrilling overtime victory to close out the very first high school hockey championships at the new CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh on Sunday night.

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Upper St. Clair Comes Back, Beats Defending Champ Canon-Mac in PIHL AAA Overtime Thriller
March 20, 2011
It took 53 minutes and 10 seconds to crown a Class AAA champion, but that just made it all the sweeter for 4th-seed Upper St. Clair as they upended 2nd-seed Canon-McMillan in dramatic fashion in overtime to win the Panthers first Penguins Cup Championship since 1987 Sunday night at the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh.

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OC’s Smith, P-R’s Murslack, MtL’s Nappi and NA’s Kuremsky Win PIAA Class AAA Swimming and Diving Gold
March 19, 2011
After being blanked on Day One on Friday, Saturday turned out to be a golden day for four WPIAL swimmers at the 2011 PIAA Class AAA Swimming and Diving championships at Bucknell University. Oakland Catholic's Leah Smith set a record in the 500-yard freestyle while Kristen Murslack of Pine-Richland won gold in the 100-yard breaststroke.

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PIHL Penguins Cup Championship Blog 2011
Blogs. They are here, there and everywhere. It seems every Tom, Dick and Harry like to show up and blog at the big events, but for all the details on the PIHL high school hockey finals on Sunday, keep it here all day Sunday to the Network that has been bringing you EXCLUSIVE coverage of the Penguins Cup Playoffs all month long, the MSA Sports Network!

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PIHL Penguins Cup Semifinals Recaps for Tuesday, March 15th
March 15, 2011
Two defending champions in high school hockey have registered victories on Semifinals Tuesday while another has seen its hopes of more frozen gold come to an end at the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Canon-McMillan is still alive in an effort to repeat as Class AAA champs after knocking out Bethel Park while two-time defending champion Mars took care of business against Westmont-Hilltop.

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