Tag: Greensburg C.C.

WPIAL Friday Night HighLights for Week Seven
October 12, 2013
The nerves are a little more active when you hit the 'Stretch Run' of the high school football season as each game takes on more meaning. Some teams have been known to wilt and struggle under said pressure, while others thrive and succeed toward the second season. Here are the top performance from what was another rain free, yet a tad damp Friday night as these players put a damper on their opponents Week Seven.Doug Altavilla and Nick Barca and Luke Smorey - Baldwin

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WPIAL Friday Night HighLights for Week Five
September 28, 2013
It was a clean sweep for the month of September weather wise as for the fourth straight Friday and the fifth overall, the weather was outstanding for high school football around Western Pennsylvania. The weather wasn't the only thing shining bright as we hit the midway point if the regular season as these players  (and teams) were marvelous in victorious outputs in preparation of October football.Luigi Lista-Brinza - Pittsburgh Central Catholic

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WPIAL Plays of the Week – Week Four 2013
September 24, 2013
A historic week in the WPIAL saw the end of the Nation’s longest winning streak, overtimes, dramatic wins, upsets and the like. In all, Week 4 was the best of the 2013 season and the Top Plays are a direct indication of why. #1 Monessen 42, Clairton 24 

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Scholastic Notebook – 09/20/2013
September 20, 2013
Now that Shai McKenzie’s football career is over, it’s time to reflect on how good of a running back he was at Washington High School. Going strictly by statistics, it’s not an overstatement to say McKenzie was one of the best of all time in the WPIAL.McKenzie’s senior season is finished because of a torn ACL sustained in last Friday’s game against Charleroi. He was scheduled to have surgery Friday.McKenzie finished his career with 4,856 yards on 493 carries and 77 touchdowns. The yardage is the 15th best in WPIAL history. Had he stayed healthy, there is a good chance McKenzie would have become only the fifth running back in WPIAL history to reach 6,000 career yards.

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2013 WPIAL Girls Singles Tennis Playoffs Recap
September 19, 2013
The battle for the first district championship of the 2013-2014 school year did not come easy as both winners needed three sets Thursday in the finals of the 2013 WPIAL Girls Singles Tennis Playoffs. Top-seed Callie Frey of Mount Lebanon made it back-to-back Class AAA titles with a comeback victory over Marlys Bridgham while Samantha Gohh won the all Sewickley Academy finals match with a comeback win over Panthers teammate Sydney Miggantz. Here are ALL of the results from both the Class AAA and Class AA tournaments. You can listen to the archive broadcast of the finals and consolations right here on the MSA Sports Network.2013 WPIAL CLASS AAA Girls Singles Tennis Championship Match:

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MSA Sports Big Game Hunting – Week Two
September 4, 2013
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Week one of the 2013 WPIAL football season showed a shining example of that statement, with a pair of defending champions in North Allegheny and Clairton, convincingly hushing the whispers that they were set to be declining in the current season due to graduation losses. Week two is chock full of delicious match-ups as well. The long holiday weekend is over, time to clean the grill, drain the pool, and go Big Game Hunting.

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CTK 2013 – WPIAL Double-A Interstate Conference Preview
August 19, 2013
Over the past four seasons, four different teams have won the Interstate Conference championship. It was Washington last year, Jeannette in 2011, Greensburg Central Catholic in 2010 and Mount Pleasant in 2009. The race for the 2013 conference crown looks to be among those same four teams. All four have some firepower that could lead a team to the conference title. Washington made it to the WPIAL title game last year and has super running back Shai McKenzie. But the Little Prexies still have a lot of holes to fill. Here is a look at the Interstate Conference: BROWNSVILLE FALCONS: There is nowhere to go but up for the Falcons.

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Greensburg Central Catholic Wins Class A MSA Sports Cup
June 27, 2013
Only once in the ten years history of the MSA Sports Cup has Sewickley Academy not won the Class A title. The Panthers won the first four years before Serra Catholic captured the 2007-2008 crown. Now another four-year run has ended thanks to Greensburg Central Catholic.GCC scored 405 to win by the closest margin, 65 points over runner-up Vincentian Academy. Sewickley Academy finished third followed by Bishop Canevin, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Neshannock, Clairton, Serra Catholic, Chartiers-Houston and Aliquippa round out the Top 10.The Centurions can look at success on The Pitch this past fall as to why they won the Cup. Greensburg Central Catholic's won both a WPIAL and PIAA championship in girls soccer and finished as the district runner-up in boys soccer.

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Scholastic Notebook – 05/24/2013
May 24, 2013

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Scholastic Notebook – 02/15/2013
February 15, 2013
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