Greensburg Central Catholic
We’re going to keep our preseason coverage going with a series of rapid-fire previews, focusing now on the Interstate Conference in Class AA. The most prominent and rancorous rivalry is the one shared between Greensburg Central Catholic and Jeannette, which fell just short of a district championship in 2011. Despite a surprising coaching change at GCC, the Centurions could follow in the footsteps of the Jayhawks in 2012.
One of the most successful bosses in recent memory, William “Muzzy” Colosimo, after 17 seasons and a winning percentage well over .700, is no longer the head football coach at Greensburg Central Catholic.
We look back at some impressive performance in exhibition play this past weekend, and we draw thumbnail sketches of this week’s biggest games…
Do Catholic schools “recruit?” Do they have an unfair competitive advantage over their public counterparts? One WPIAL football coach thinks so, and the Post-Gazette’s scholastic sports editor reacts…
Jeannette’s dual-threat QB and prized defensive recruit weighs in on Friday’s big rivalry game, and on how he thinks the changing landscape of college football affects his future.
When Thursday’s quadruple-header ended, three teams from Westmoreland County got to don gold medals at the 2011 WPIAL Softball Championships at California University of Pennsylvania’s Lilly Field.
Just as the guard has completely changed on the boys’ diamond, there will be four new WPIAL softball champions this year, as several new finalists have pitched their way to California University.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter gives his gut reaction to the state finals and looks ahead to 2011-12.
The Pennsylvania Sports Writers Class AA All-State Team for 2010. — FIRST TEAM OFFENSE QUARTERBACK -Christian Brumbaugh, South Fayette, Sr., 6-4, 200 ATHLETE -Derek Buganza, Brockway, Sr., 5-10, 185 RUNNING BACK -Brandon Hollomon, West Catholic, […]
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter talks about five storylines he’s following as the new WPIAL boys’ basketball season unfolds.
The “pivot” of the 2010 WPIAL football season has given me a lot to think about. Over the past few days, I’ve discovered two more programs in Class A that might finally be turning the […]