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Two big plays. That's all the Pittsburgh Central Catholic offense could muster against a stingy Gateway defense Friday night. For Central Catholic, however, those two big plays were enough to send the Vikings to a hard-fought 13-7 win over the Gators at Antimarino Stadium in Monroeville.

Central Catholic senior running back Damian Jones-Moore “had two home runs”—the words of Gateway coach Terry Smith—as he ripped off scoring runs of 77 and 33 yards in the first half, giving Central

10/15/2011 - 01:05
Tony DeFazio
Hopewell running back Rushel Shell, one of the nation's top recruits, announced his college decision at a press conference at the high school this morning, and it's one that will make local fans—and a certain new head coach—happy.

The all-time WPIAL rushing leader will stay at home and play his college football for head coach Todd Graham at Pitt, choosing the hometown Pan

10/14/2011 - 07:16
Tony DeFazio
Two of the top teams in the WPIAL meet Friday night in Monroeville when Central Catholic travels to Gateway in a game sure to impact the Quad-A playoff seedings next month. The Gators will continue to honor their fallen teammate, the late Darrell Turner, Jr., as they have all season.

Central Catholic (6-0) at Gateway (5-1)

10/13/2011 - 21:40
PSR Staff
It's been four months since Gateway football player Darrell Turner Jr. was shot to death in North Carolina. Thanks to his teammates, Turner's memory shines on under the Friday night lights.

PSR's Ashley Doerzbacher reports on how t

10/12/2011 - 21:08
Ashley Doerzbacher
A stout defense, early mistakes and a third quarter injury to standout quarterback Wayne Capers proved too much for the Chartiers Valley Colts to overcome, and Thomas Jefferson continued their dominance of the Big Eight Conference with a 37-22 win over Char-Valley on Friday.
10/08/2011 - 00:38
Tony DeFazio
Chartiers Valley quarterback Wayne Capers isn't used to this. Capers and the Colts face perennial power Thomas Jefferson Friday night in a Big Eight battle that could very well decide the conference champion.

But it's not the magnitude of the game that makes this an unusual week for Capers – it's the fact that he's playing football in October.

10/06/2011 - 22:01
Tony DeFazio
North Hills Jordan Blackmon ran for 180 yards on just 8 carries, scoring two touchdowns and setting up two others as the visiting Indians ran all over Hempfield, 42-0.

Blackmon got things going for the Indians immediately when he returned the opening kick 45 yards to the

09/30/2011 - 23:27
PSR Staff
PSR's Game of the Week travels to Greensburg on Friday night, as the North Hills Indians visit the Hempfield Spartans. Check back Friday night for video highlights.

Hempfield looks to use the momentum from last week's 24-14 victory over Norwin as th

09/30/2011 - 11:47
PSR Staff
Fox Chapel's Bisnowaty commits to Panthers

Offensive tackle Adam Bisnowaty of Fox Chapel High School committed to Pitt on Thursday, choosing the Panthers over offers from Florida, Mi

09/29/2011 - 21:56
PSR Staff
Damien Jones-Moore rushed for 133 yards and three touchdowns as top-ranked Pittsburgh Central Catholic ran away from Woodland Hills 31-13, sending the host Wolverines to their first defeat of the season.
09/24/2011 - 11:32
Tony DeFazio
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