Tag: Serra Catholic

OLSH’s Jake DiMichele hugs head coach Mike Rodriguez in the final seconds of the PIAA Class 2A state championship game against Constitution on Friday, March 26, 2021, at Giant Center in Hershey.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports on Jan. 24, 2022: OLSH, Neshannock look for milestone wins
January 23, 2022
Monday could be a historic day around WPIAL basketball with two possible landmark victories.

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Mt. Lebanon coach Bob Palko celebrates a Blue Devils touchdown against St. Joseph’s Prep during the fourth quarter of the PIAA Class 6A state championship game Dec. 11.
Trib HSSN Head of the Class: Coach of the year in each of WPIAL football’s 6 classes
January 1, 2022
The students are expected to execute a good lesson plan, but it takes a top teacher to develop the plan and find ways to get the most from their students.

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Former Pine-Richland football coach Eric Kasperowicz (center, in black) talks to people during a “Huddle Up for Coach K” rally held in his honor outside of the Pine-Richland School Board’s planning meeting Monday, May 3, 2021. The rally was held to protest the firing of Kasperowicz.
Trib HSSN Top 21 Stories of 2021: Pine-Richland coach Eric Kasperowicz ousted
December 31, 2021
The year 2021 wasn’t one giant leap for mankind, but it was one big step back toward “normalcy” for all of us, especially the high school athletes from around the WPIAL.

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Mt. Lebanon players celebrate their win in the WPIAL 6A final against Central Catholic on Nov. 20, 2021 at Norwin.
Trib HSSN Top 21 Stories of 2021: Championship droughts put on ice
December 28, 2021
The year 2021 wasn’t one giant leap for mankind, but it was one big step back toward “normalcy” for all of us, especially the high school athletes from around the WPIAL.

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Serra Catholic coach Jose Regus watches his offense take the field after a turnover during the WPIAL Class 2A championship game against Beaver Falls on Friday, Nov. 26, 2021, at Heinz Field.
Serra Catholic’s Jose Regus honored as Class 2A Coach of the Year in all-state football voting
A rare neurological disorder confined Serra Catholic coach Jose Regus to a wheelchair at times this season, yet Regus remained on the sideline and led the Eagles to a WPIAL football title and a state runner-up finish.

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Steel Valley’s Nijhay Burt dives into the end zone to score his second touchdown against Serra Catholic on Oct. 29, 2021, in Munhall.
Allegheny: Steel Valley’s Nijhay Burt leads all-conference team as 2-way standout
December 14, 2021
Steel Valley’s Nijhay Burt rushed for more than 2,000 yards and scored 35 touchdowns, but Allegheny Conference coaches recognized the senior wasn’t only an offensive star.

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Southern Columbia’s Braeden Wisloski scores past Serra Catholic’s Elijah Ward during the PIAA Class 2A state championship game on Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, at Hersheypark Stadium.
Southern Columbia routs Serra Catholic, rolls to 5th consecutive PIAA title
December 10, 2021
HERSHEY — Serra Catholic punched and pulled at the football all afternoon, but the Eagles couldn’t wrestle the state championship from Southern Columbia’s steely grip.

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Serra Catholic’s Pharoh Fisher (2) forces a fumble by Beaver Falls’ Quadir Thomas next to Elijah Ward during the WPIAL Class 2A championship game on Friday, Nov. 26, 2021, at Heinz Field.
Serra Catholic faces tough challenge in 4-time defending champion Southern Columbia
To members of the Serra Catholic football team, the number 16 is symbolic

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Serra Catholic’s Terrell Booth intercepts a pass infront of Beaver Falls’ Mekhi Clark and returns it for a touchdown during the WPIAL Class 2A championship game on Friday, Nov. 26, 2021, at Heinz Field.
PIAA Class 2A football championship breakdown: Serra Catholic vs. Southern Columbia
December 9, 2021
PIAA Class 2A football championship

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Penn-Trafford’s Cade Yacamelli scores past Exeter’s Andrew Miller during their PIAA Class 5A state semifinal last Friday.
PIAA factoids for Friday’s Class 5A, 2A state championship games
In 34 years of PIAA football playoffs, the WPIAL has never had more than three state champions crowned in a single year.

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