Larry Kelly: An inside look at ‘The Hurricane Way’
With New Castle’s 85-66 victory over Latrobe High on Saturday at North Allegheny High, the Red Hurricane have now won 74 WPIAL games in a row. As you might expect, the ’Canes are the favorite to win their third consecutive WPIAL championship.
Our Opinion: Action needed to prevent taxpayer losses at Sylvan Heights
Should New Castle taxpayers subsidize the operations of Sylvan Heights Golf Course? Our answer is a flat-out, simple no.
WPIAL Boys Playoffs: ’Canes get the No. 1 seed
The New Castle High boys basketball team nailed down the WPIAL’s top seed for a third straight year last night. Now the Red Hurricane is set to embark on a quest at capturing a third-straight district championship.
WPIAL Girls Playoffs: Teams to tip it off on Friday
The road to the A.J. Palumbo Center starts Friday for local high school girls basketball teams. Neshannock, Mohawk, Laurel and Shenango learned their playoff seedings when the WPIAL’s opening-round matchups were announced last night at the DoubleTree Hotel.
The Doctor of Style: A crowd — and team — like no other
Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. The date will be remembered by a legion of fans throughout Lawrence County for years to come. Especially the followers of the New Castle High boys basketball team.
Football Signing Day: Jeffries, McFarland choose their schools
Whether you’re talking about 6-foot-5, 270-pound Neshannock High senior Steven Jeffries or 5-9, 175 Mohawk senior Shane McFarland, the word fits.
Oakland's Zookeeper: Neshannock High graduate leading the cheers for Pitt’s zany student section.
From the Lancer Lunatics to the Oakland Zoo, Jordan Shoup has seen it all. The 2010 Neshannock High graduate and current University of Pittsburgh student has led both schools’ student sections.
NHL Hockey: Jokinen leads Pens past struggling Kings
Jonathan Quick’s Olympic goaltending audition for U.S. national team coach Dan Bylsma ended after three Pittsburgh goals in one rocky period.
Pro Football: Munchak to join Steelers’ staff
Mike Munchak is going back to his roots, and heading closer to home in the process. A person familiar with the decision said Wednesday night the former Tennessee Titans head coach will join the Pittsburgh Steelers as offensive line coach.
High School Football: Laurel bumped up to Class AA, Wilmington drops
Some major change is in store for Lawrence County football teams. Based off the approaching new PIAA enrollment cycle, which runs every two academic years and kicks in this fall, the WPIAL released its revamped conference alignment yesterday.
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