— Kevin Gorman (@KGorman_Trib) August 27, 2016
Central lost Hamlin, Garner, Jones, George, Swann, Frerotte and McKee, and that's where it was exposed … DBs/WRs. https://t.co/nHlRy5EC01
— Kevin Gorman (@KGorman_Trib) August 28, 2016
RB JJ Younger has been good for @PCC_FOOTBALL. He's on the smaller side but he is slippery and is more powerful than the defense expected
— Adam Friedman (@RivalsFriedman) August 27, 2016
Big plays crush Central Catholic in loss to St. John’s College, by Kevin Gorman.
— Goodyear Blimp (@GoodyearBlimp) August 27, 2016
Pine-Richland's @GrantCarrigan is looking really good against St.Edward big body kid w/ a great frame can't wait to see him in person
— 365FOOTBALL (@_365Football) August 27, 2016
This is a reason Phil Jurkovec is going to Notre Dame. pic.twitter.com/UPDnYkQUIp
— Matt Goul (@mgoul) August 27, 2016
Phil Jurkovec has some Jameis Winston in him. Extends plays with his legs, eyes always down field, make something out of nothing. #NotreDame
— Tom Loy (@TomLoy247) August 27, 2016
Pine-Richland surrenders late lead, bows to Ohio power Lakewood St. Edward, by Michael Fitzpatrick.
#TribHS roundup: Neshannock routs Farrell
GETTING THEIR KICKS
Seneca Valley goalkeeper Dylan Good
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review boys soccer preview: Seneca Valley looks to reignite success, by Andrew Erickson.
Upper St. Clair’s Nikki Gibbons
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review girls soccer preview: After strong freshman seasons, underclassmen to pace Upper St. Clair, by Andrew Erickson.
Penn-Trafford’s Nick Wagner
Westmoreland boys soccer preview: Teams look forward to competition in Section 4-AAAA, by Andrew Erickson.
GCC’s Bailey Cartwright
Westmoreland girls soccer preview: Greensburg Central Catholic girls hope to finish with PIAA title, by Andrew Erickson.
IN THE VALLEY
Freeport’s Kevin Lynch
Freeport boys soccer alive and kicking after 10-win season, playoff victory, by William Whalen.
Freeport’s Kimmy Mixon
Brief playoff appearance stokes Freeport girls soccer team’s competitive fire, by William Whalen.
MAKING HIS DEBUT
Elizabeth Forward graduate Dan Altavilla made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners.
— José Rivera (@whoisjoserivera) August 28, 2016
— Ryan Siegel (@rSiegs14) August 28, 2016
— Elizabeth Forward HS (@EFWarriors) August 28, 2016
— Nick Cianci (@NCianci13) August 28, 2016
Always a special moment—welcome to the bigs, @DanAlt3225. He gets Todd Frazier swinging to cap off a 1-2-3 8th inning.
— Mariners (@Mariners) August 28, 2016
— Mercyhurst Baseball (@HurstBaseball) August 28, 2016