One Game at a Time for SV Boys’ Lacrosse

Nicole Jelinek, Entertainment Editor
April 24, 2013 • 496 views
Filed under School News, Sports

The defending WPIAL Champs, Seneca Valley varsity lacrosse, is now about half way through their season, having won four of the nine games that they have played, and they had to play the number one team in the 2013 WPIAL’s on Friday night. The Seneca team which is led by Coach Lance Diamond took...

Pirates Pick Up Speed Early in the Season

Pirates Pick Up Speed Early in the Season

Bradley Hart, Staff Writer
April 24, 2013 • 324 views
Filed under Sports

It has been over twenty years since the Pirates have had a final record of above .500.  The last two years however have given hope to Pirates fans across the nation.  Both years the Pirates started off the season strong and led the division up until the All-Star break.  After the All-Star break the...

Australia’s Adam Scott Wins Masters for the Land Down Under

Australia’s Adam Scott Wins Masters for the Land Down Under

John Madeira, Staff Writer
April 24, 2013 • 310 views
Filed under Sports

The premiere event of the 2013 PGA Tour golf season lived up to the expectations fans have come to enjoy as the 2013 Masters champion was decided on the 73rd hole of the tournament. Coming into the week there were plenty of storylines. The world's newly crowned number one golfer Tiger Woods came...

Boys Volleyball Just Short of Win in Meadville Tournament

Boys Volleyball Just Short of Win in Meadville Tournament

Bradley Hart, Staff Writer
April 15, 2013 • 1,345 views
Filed under Sports

On Saturday April 6, the Seneca Valley boys’ volleyball team traveled up to Meadville for their annual tournament.  The team had just come off of two wins in a row over North Hills on the previous Tuesday and Shaler on the previous Thursday.  The goal for the team was to keep the momentum going through...

New Faces in the Penguins Locker Room

Liam Millroy, Staff Writer
April 15, 2013 • 1,043 views
Filed under Features, Sports

With the roster that the Penguins have put together, and the great success they have had thus far, General Manager Ray Shero feels like the Penguins need to win this year.  In order to do so, he made a few key moves to bolster the team's roster. The first new addition to the Roster was veteran winger,...

Cardinals Claim 75th NCAA Basketball Championship

Cardinals Claim 75th NCAA Basketball Championship

John Madeira, Staff Writer
April 10, 2013 • 626 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Every March and into the early parts of April, the basketball fans are rewarded with three weeks of upsets, big games, and insanity which all culminates in one city on the third weekend of the tournament, more commonly known as the “Final Four.” Officially called the National Semi-final, reaching...

Pitt Prepares to Depart Big East without Key Players

Pitt Prepares to Depart Big East without Key Players

John Madeira, Staff Writer
April 8, 2013 • 354 views
Filed under Sports

As the University of Pittsburgh prepares its exit from the Big East Conference and into the Atlantic Coast Conference, they will be doing so without key contributors from their football and basketball teams. The most notable and costly departure comes with the news of freshman running back Rushel...

Penguins Lose Key Players

Michala McCullough, Editor in Chief
April 7, 2013 • 351 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Penguins had lost back-to-back games entering Friday’s rematch with the Rangers. They were not about to lose three straight for the first time this year. Carried by the magnificent play of Marc-Andre Fleury the Penguins responded to a 6-1 loss to the Rangers on Wednesday at Madison Square Garden...

Boys’ Volleyball: Opening Weekend Wins and Losses in NA Tournament

Bradley Hart, Staff Writer
April 2, 2013 • 388 views
Filed under Sports

The Seneca Valley boys’ volleyball program has made a lot a lot of changes from last season to this season with a completely new team, new coach, and new athletic director.  On Saturday at the North Allegheny volleyball tournament, the team was given an opportunity to prove to the other high schools...

RMU Upsets 2012 NCAA Champs

Alex Risch, Staff Writer
March 22, 2013 • 345 views
Filed under Sports

On Tuesday, March 19, the Colonial fans all piled in to the Charles Sewall Center, also known as The Chuck to watch their team take on Kentucky in the first round of the NIT. The Chuck, which is normally no more than two-thirds full, was packed. The Colonials came out strong holding the Wildcats s...

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