Tag: Hampton

Hampton’s Schmitt to join brother at Clarion
February 14, 2019
Hampton tailback Vince Schmitt decided to stay close to family with his college decision. The hard-working back took to Twitter to announce his commitment to Clarion. Schmitt finished his senior season with 72 carries for 319 yards, but don't let the modest numbers fool you. His senior season was injury-plagued,

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Hampton’s Maers shares lacrosse bond with coach, family
February 7, 2019
Since she was a child, Melinda Maers has loved lacrosse. As one of the all-time leading scorers on two-time defending WPIAL champ Hampton, Maers was destined to play at the next level. It was just a matter of where. Maers committed to Walsh (Ohio), a Division II program coming off

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Youthful Hampton girls trying to build on recent surge
This season has been a learning experience for the Hampton girls basketball team, but the Talbots are showing signs of progress despite missing the playoffs in the four years under coach Tony Howard. The team has showed positive signs recently, picking up three of its four wins in the past

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Trib HSSN PIHL Player of the Week: Upper St. Clair’s Devin Rohrich
February 3, 2019
This past week, the new TribLIVE High School Sports Network PIHL Player of the Week scored 10 points. He scored two goals and two assists in Upper St. Clair's 9-5 win Monday over Hempfield. He then assisted on five goals while scoring another Thursday in a victory over Armstrong. With

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Trib HSSN PIHL Team of the Week: Hampton Talbots
Three unbeaten teams entered this past week's action in the PIHL. One survived: Division II's Burrell. The other, Montour, from Class A, fell to Meadville on Monday. This week's TribLIVE High School Sports Network PIHL Team of the Week knocked off the previously-unbeaten, and top-ranked Pine-Richland Rams Monday night, to

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Consistency is name of game for Hampton boys
January 31, 2019
If the Hampton boys basketball team could get more consistency on offense, it might really have something. But Joe Lafko's team, as usual, has something already. The team is primed for another playoff appearance despite a 57-49 loss to Shaler last Wednesday that all but guaranteed a fourth-place finish in

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Short-handed Hampton wrestling earning wins the hard way
January 24, 2019
In wrestling, team performance often reflects depth, rather than wins and losses. That's something Hampton (7-3, 4-1) has had to learn this season after losing several wrestlers to injury. andquot;Obviously, it's one of our team goals to build upon the success we had last year,andquot; said coach Chris Hart, whose

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Hampton’s Thomas signs to bowl at Muskingum
Not many kids turn out to be college athletes. And not many college athletes turn out to be bowlers. But Garrett Thomas has been wanting that very thing for years. Tuesday, he made it official. Thomas signed a letter of intent to bowl at Muskingum, a private liberal arts college

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Trib HSSN’s PIHL Team of the Week: Bishop McCort
January 20, 2019
Last year, the Bishop McCort Crimson Crushers won their first Penguins Cup championship since 2005. It was the seventh championship for a program that has one of the toughest travel schedules in the PIHL. Coach John Bradley doesn't allow the travel distance to be an excuse but said it can

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No. 5 Franklin Regional boys top Hampton in low-scoring Section 3-5A game
January 18, 2019
Steve Scorpion has tweaked Franklin Regional's defenses in recent days, adding a few new wrinkles that section opponents haven't seen yet. andquot;We've been tinkering with some things,andquot; said Scorpion, who deployed a new-look matchup zone in the second half Friday night, a strategic switch that helped No. 5-ranked Franklin Regional

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