Coming off a wire-to-wire march to the WPIAL Class AAA title with a largely intact lineup, expectations were understandably high for the New Castle boys this March.
A 35-13 victory over Midwestern Conference rival Ellwood City, the 600th win in program history, came with the ultimate price tag for Beaver.
We’re in Harrison City with 93.7 The Fan as Gateway tries to unseat Penn-Trafford as Foothills Conference champions…
As we prepare for Week 8 of the WPIAL football season, we continue with our newest feature of our website, The “Mr. High School Sports” Podcast. It’s a look back at the highlights of the previous weekend, and a look ahead at things to come in high school football.
Follow our live updates and notes as Gateway (5-0, 5-0; No. 16 MaxPreps) hosts North Allegheny (4-0, 5-0; No. 2 MaxPreps) in a rematch of the 2011 postseason, and a possible 2012 WPIAL Class AAAA Final preview…
As we prepare for Week 6 of the WPIAL football season, we continue with our newest feature of our website, The “Mr. High School Sports” Podcast. It’s a look back at the highlights of the previous weekend, and a look ahead at things to come in high school football.
As is typically the case these days, the turning point of Friday’s game at Neil Brown Stadium happened several minutes before kickoff, when the Clairton Bears (5-0, 5-0) took the field.
We’re going to keep our preseason coverage going with a series of rapid-fire previews, focusing on the Foothills Conference in Class AAAA, which has stayed chiefly intact through biennial realignment in the district. Furthermore, the WPIAL title candidacy of Gateway, which has dominated the conference for years, remains as strong as ever.
A number of news outlets have published their PIAA football preseason rankings for the 2012 season, which kicks off around these parts next Friday, including brother website MaxPreps, which tabs defending Class AAAA state champ Central Dauphin as number one in the Commonwealth, regardless of classification.
I do take one glaring thing from a nationally-televised 26-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts at Heinz Field Sunday: a blocked punt.
Monroeville mayor Greg Erosenko has told 93.7 The Fan he plans to address the recent cutbacks made by the Gateway School District, including the controversial demotion of athletic director/head football coach Terry Smith, at the next city council meeting in August.
Recently “Mr. High School Sports” has received some hate mail regarding recent blogs on Penn State, and, for that matter, athletic director/head football coach Terry Smith’s employment status with Gateway High School…
Former Gateway School Board president and current Monroeville mayor Greg Erosenko has attempted to deflect some recent criticism by affirming his support for embattled Gateway head football coach Terry Smith.
Last Wednesday residents of the greater Monroeville area lined up around the Gateway Senior High School auditorium to loudly and proudly voice their support for the full-time retention of athletic director/head football coach Terry Smith, but the relative silence of their school board remains deafening.
On Wednesday evening at 7:00 the Gateway School Board will convene to decide the fate of athletic director/head football coach Terry Smith.
|Full Program Grid|
|7:00 PM||CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley|
|7:30 PM||omg! Insider|
|8:00 PM||2 Broke Girls|
|8:30 PM||Rules of Engagement|
|9:00 PM||The Big Bang Theory|
|9:31 PM||Mike & Molly|
|10:00 PM||Hawaii Five-0|
|11:00 PM||KDKA-TV News at 11|
|11:35 PM||Late Show with David Letterman|