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September 11, 2013
by Bill Hartlep


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Plenty of intrigue with USC/Canon-Mac soccer

Upper St. Clair and Canon-McMillan are both extremely strong boys soccer programs. That doesn’t necessarily make them best friends, and the two sides didn’t mince words after Tuesday’s 1-1 tie. Jake Wilcox scored in the fourth minute for Canon-Mac, which …

September 10, 2013
by Bill Hartlep


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Now healthy, Monessen boys soccer on a roll

Coach Sam Perry has an explanation, and it’s a simple one, as to why the 2012 Monessen boys soccer team had only its second losing season in the past 10 years: injuries. “Injuries last year hurt us,” Perry said. “We …

September 10, 2013
by Bill Hartlep


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North Catholic’s Fulmore “day-to-day”

North Catholic football coach Bob Ravenstahl said Trojans tailback junior P.J. Fulmore is “day-to-day” heading into Friday’s game at Northgate. Fulmore suffered what Ravenstahl called a “lower-body injury” in the first half of the Trojans’ 22-21, two-overtime win over Apollo-Ridge …

September 8, 2013
by Bill Hartlep


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News and notes from Red, White & Blue Invite

Couple things that didn’t make my Sunday story from the Red, White & Blue Invitational, held at Schenley Park on Saturday morning. As I wrote, Fox Chapel’s Colin Martin beat his twin brother, Ethan, for the first time, finishing in …

September 5, 2013
by Bill Hartlep


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Previewing the Red, White and Blue Invitational

Saturday’s Red, White & Blue Invitational cross country race at Schenley Park will include plenty of familiar faces, most notably returning champions Brent Kennedy of Kiski Area and Shaler’s Brianna Schwartz. Kennedy, a senior, won the boys race in 15 …

September 5, 2013
by Bill Hartlep


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City League preview; state rankings

Think Brashear and Perry, two of the City League’s bellwether teams, are ready to get the league schedule started Thursday night? Brashear is coming off a 44-7 loss at Slippery Rock in Week 1. Perry was crushed, 55-0, by Erie …

September 4, 2013
by Bill Hartlep


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Geibel forfeits, Brownsville to play at home

In the wake of an 81-0 loss to Frazier, Geibel’s football team has elected to forfeit its scheduled Week 2 contest at Beth-Center. “Right now, we would only have 12 kids,” said Geibel athletic director Shawn Holup, noting that PIAA …

 
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