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THE NEXT ONE?:Raised in cradle of quarterbacks, Pine-Richland’s Jurkovec follows Western Pa. legends as next star, by Chris Harlan.
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CHANGING LANDSCAPE: Six-classification football has arrived, causing major waves in the WPIAL, by Kevin Gorman.
Clairton senior tailback-cornerback Lamont Wade
GORMAN: Clairton’s Wade wants only one thing: a state title
ARMED AND READY TO RUN: Westmoreland County coaches leaning on dual-threat quarterbacks to guide teams to success, by Paul Schofield.
CALL TO ARMS: A-K Valley signal callers with varying styles set to lead teams, by Bill Beckner Jr.
WPIAL Class 6A breakdown: New class shakes out with lopsided balance of power, by Chris Harlan.
WPIAL Class 5A breakdown: Games could be a ‘bloodbath’, by Doug Gulasy.
WPIAL Class 4A breakdown: Lots of unknowns in redesigned class, by Andrew Erickson.
WPIAL Class 3A breakdown: Perennial powers congregate in Beaver Valley Conference, by Bill Beckner Jr.
WPIAL Class 2A breakdown: Steel Valley proudly wears bull’s-eye, by Kevin Gorman.
WPIAL Class A breakdown: Realignment gives smaller schools shot to succeed, by Paul Schofield.
City League breakdown: Brashear chasing third straight title