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Monday September 22 2014
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Steelers run over Panthers in 37-19 blowout

Steelers run over Panthers in 37-19 blowout

Le'Veon Bell rushed for 147 yards, LaGarrette Blount added 118 and the Steelers manhandled the Carolina Panthers 37-19 in Charlotte.

Pirates edge Brewers 1-0

Pirates edge Brewers 1-0

Vance Worley tossed eight scoreless innings and Russell Martin stroked another clutch hit as the Pittsburgh Pirates edged the Milwaukee Brewers 1-0 on Sunday to inch closer to the postseason.

Running game spurs Penn State blowout of UMass

Running game spurs Penn State blowout of UMass

Penn State found a balanced offensive attack for the first time this season to blow out UMass 47-8 at Beaver Stadium and improve to 4-0 on the young season.

Franklin Regional tops Indiana 34-20

Franklin Regional tops Indiana 34-20

Maryland-bound Franklin Regional senior Brett Zanotto rushed for 157 yards and a touchdown to lead the Panthers to a 34-20 win over visiting Indiana on Friday night.

Hollidaysburg blanks Belle Vernon 7-0 in overtime

Hollidaysburg blanks Belle Vernon 7-0 in overtime

Visiting Hollidaysburg blanked Belle Vernon 7-0 in an overtime thriller at James Weir Stadium on Friday night.

Look in the Mirror

Look in the Mirror

Domestic violence is awful. That’s something most of us can agree on, in black and white terms. Right?

Logan Schafer hit a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning to score Elian Herrera and the Milwaukee Brewers tightened the race for the second National League wild-card spot with the win.

PITTSBURGH – Iowa backup quarterback C.J.

Brewers starter Yovani Gallardo pitched seven scoreless innings, striking out 11 and Milwaukee took a 2-0 lead into the bottom of the eighth inning before the Pirates and Martin caught fire.

Runner interference was ruled and Weeks was out. Melancon went on to strike out Jackie Bradley Jr.

Dave Weaver, the head coach of the Mid-State Mustangs, Lafferty’s youth program, spoke of Lafferty’s potential.

Rookie QB’s: Who Will See the Field?

I spent three days late last month visiting 18 high schools across the WPIAL. I drove 533 miles, took hundreds of photographs, shook hands with dozens of coaches, athletic directors and principals and climbed way too many stadium steps. I loved every minute of it, of course.
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On the heels of two straight wins, the Franklin Regional Panthers are looking to improve to 3-1 Friday night as welcome the Indiana Little Indians (2-1) to Panther Stadium.
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Belle Vernon will battle Hollidaysburg in a WPIAL Triple-A clash Friday night with both teams looking for their third win on the season.
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The Steelers traditional powerhouse defense has set a yearly standard for fans and pundits for decades. But an aging Pittsburgh defense has had a rocky time the last couple of seasons.
Feature FourPure Steel
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Twenty-two WPIAL football teams will have new coaches pacing the sidelines this season, including a few that will be featured in the CoGo's Feature Matchup this season.
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Several of the most coveted recruits throughout the WPIAL have already made their college decisions, most notably Sterling Jenkins of Baldwin. Others, like Central Valley's Jordan Whitehead, are still being recruited.
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Bill Cherpak misses the way it used to be. Back in the 80’s, when the current Thomas Jefferson High School coach was a player at Steel Valley, the recruiting process wasn’t publicized. It was low-key compared to the present.
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The Mon-Valley has put plenty of athletes on Division 1 football teams over the years, including several who made it to the NFL. There are a few Mon-Valley natives playing D-1 ball this season.
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