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Maya Kozup Verbally commits to be an Edinboro Fighting Scot

Maya Kozup verbally committed to Edinboro University this month to pitch and play softball at the Division II PSAC school. Edinboro is a comprehensive public university in Edinboro, Pennsylvania. It is one of 14 schools associated with the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Edinboro’s Department of Athletics & Recreation is composed of 17 division 2

Trib HSSN athletes of the week: Avonworth’s Owen North

PreviousNext Stats Standings Trib HSSN athletes of the week: Avonworth’s Owen North, Shady Side Academy’s Krystyna Rytel By: Brian Graham Tuesday, November 13, 2018 | 4:15 PM     Submitted, Avonworth’s Owen North PreviousNext Owen North School: Avonworth Class: Senior Sport: Soccer Claim to fame: North converted a penalty kick with under seven minutes left in Avonworth’s 2-1 win over Rockwood

Julia Casey Makes it 7 and signs with the University of Michigan

Julia Casey signs with the University of Michigan   Julia Casey make it 7 lopes to sign National Letters of Intent to compete in her chosen sport at the next level. After Rowing for the Three Rivers Rowing club for the last 4 years Julia chose to continue her rowing career at the University of

Boys Soccer Players and Coach named All WPIAL

Congratulations goes out to players Jason Novosel, Sam Guzzo and Jonah Brandt for being named to the WPIAL’s  “A” All -WPIAL team for the 2018-2019 school year. Also congratulations to Coach Tom Angell for being named “A” WPIAL Coach of the year. Coach Angell has also been selected to coach the WPIAL all-star game that

Cross Country State Finals Results

At the 2018 Cross Country Championship Race in Hershey, PA on Saturday, November 3 — Anna Igims led her team to a 15th place finish against the top AA Girls Teams in the State of Pennsylvania.  This was Anna’s third consecutive year competing in the state championship race.  This year, she earned a medal for

Backup goalie hero in 1A final Avonworth wins first WPIAL title

  By Eddie Phillipps Tri-State Sports & News Service Avonworth backup goalkeeper Luke Wagner said he enjoys the bright lights and cheering crowds. At the end of the WPIAL Class 1A boys soccer final Thursday night, all the lights were shining on him and the crowd was cheering for him, too. Wagner was the unlikely

Avonworth Wins title

Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review, Avonworth goalkeeper Luke Wagner makes a save on Ethan Boyle’s penalty kick during the WPIAL Class A boys soccer championship against Greensburg Central Catholic Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, at Highmark Stadium. PreviousNext A soccer match can turn on a dime, and for Greensburg Central Catholic it nearly did. With 22 seconds