This Month's Articles

Article | Posted 2014/07/23 - 3:14pm
A rather comfortable July continues with plenty of red hot diamond action for both the guys and the gals this week here on the MSA Sports Network. We have Frontier League pro baseball featuring the Washington Wild Things as they hit the road all week long with stops in Normal, Southern Illinois and Evansville while the Pennsylvania Rebellion enjoy a week at home at CONSOL Energy Field as they host Akron and Chicago, plus check out the latest local, regional and national auto racing news every Monday with another edition of Rappin' on Racin' ALL here...
Article | Posted 2014/07/15 - 3:19pm
A veteran championship winning coach who lost his job a few months ago has a new gig. On Monday evening, the Pine-Richland school board hired former Moon basketball coach Jeff Ackerman to take over as the new Rams boys basketball coach. The 41-year old Ackerman spent the last 13 years as head coach of the Moon Tigers amassing a record of 224-116 with eight playoff seasons, four trips to the WPIAL finals and three district championships. The Tigers have struggled over the last five years with a record of 8 games under .500 and Ackerman was let go in April. Ackerman takes over for Brian Gaetano...
Article | Posted 2014/07/15 - 3:02pm
The Frontier League announced that the first-place Washington Wild Things will have outfielders Stewart Ijames, CJ Beatty and Daniel Poma alongside infielder Carter Bell and pitchers Shawn Blackwell and Jonathan Kountis represent the team at this years’ Frontier League All-Star Game at GCS Ballpark, the home of the Gateway Grizzlies, in Sauget, IL on Wednesday, July 16th.   This is the second straight season that Ijames and Beatty will represent Washington at an All-Star Game. Sitting atop the Eastern Division with a 28-17 win-loss record, Ijames is in the midst of a stellar sophomore...
Article | Posted 2014/07/15 - 2:58pm
While the pro baseball scene takes a mid-season break, it's full steam ahead for the pro softball gals this week here on the MSA Sports Network. After the Frontier League all-star break, the Washington Wild Things are back in action this weekend at CONSOL Energy Field as they host the River City Rascals while the Pennsylvania Rebellion fill the mid week gap with pro fast pitch softball at CONSOL Energy Field as they host the Akron Racers, plus check out the latest local, regional and national auto racing news with another edition of Rappin' on Racin...
Article | Posted 2014/07/09 - 10:39pm
A wrestler from Burrell High School and a top returning running back and kicker from Pittsburgh Central Catholic received bad news Wednesday when they were ruled ineligible for the 2014/2015 high school sports season. Riley Redman rushed for 1,192 yards and scored 16 touchdowns last year for the WPIAL Quad-A champion Vikings and was voted as the all-Conference kicker in the Class AAAA Northern Eight Conference. However Redman turned 19 on June 26th, four days before the PIAA eligibility cutoff of July 1st.    Zach Kelly was hoping to be granted a fifth year of eligibility after...
Article | Posted 2014/07/07 - 7:07pm
July kicks into full gear with plenty of red hot professional action on the diamonds this week here on the MSA Sports Network. The Washington Wild Things spend the week at CONSOL Energy Field as they host the Lake Erie Crushers and the Florence Freedom while the Pennsylvania Rebellion close out a home stand against the USSSA Pride before hitting the road to battle the Chicago Bandits in pro fast pitch softball action, plus check out the latest local, regional and national auto racing news with another edition of Rappin' on Racin' ALL here at...
Article | Posted 2014/07/03 - 2:19pm
Eight time champion Sewickley Academy and defending champ Greensburg Central Catholic were deadlocked with 360 points each with one more sport to calculate in the chase for the 2013-2014 MSA Sports Class A Cup. That one sports was boy tennis, which was great news for Panthers fans and bad news for everybody else in Class A. A district title and state runner-up in boys tennis helped Sewickley Academy win the MSA Sports Cup for the ninth time in eleven years. Sewickley Academy ended up with 465 points while GCC finished second with 360. Bishop Canevin finished in third place with 290, followed...
Article | Posted 2014/07/02 - 5:56pm
For only the third time in the eleven years of the MSA Sports Cup Class AA chase, the torch has been passed to a new champion. Greensburg Central Catholic won the first three years, followed by a five year run by Shady Side Academy and the last two years with Quaker Valley on top. Now thanks to a lot of hardwood gold, Seton-LaSalle High School is wearing the Cup crown. After a couple of close calls in recent years, Seton-LaSalle was lifted to the top spot in part because of double gold on the basketball court this winter followed up with some diamond success in the spring. The Rebels amassed...
Article | Posted 2014/07/01 - 2:45pm
The first ten years of the MSA Sports Cup has shown us that while there are a couple of dominating schools in the other three classifications, the chase for the Class AAA Cup has been up for grabs with eight different schools earning The Cup in ten years. Now in the eleventh year of this competition, we have another first time winner in Triple-A making it nine different champs in eleven years. After finishing as the runner-up in 2012-2013 and being a steady member on the Top 5 in recent years, South Fayette is finally enjoying its day in the Championship Sun with a convincing victory....

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