Monthly Archives: March 2011

Hempfield at Franklin Regional Track: Hide Your Bling

by Cara De Carlo Hempfield Varsity Track competed today at Franklin Regional. The weather was cold as a shot-put ball during football season. The meet’s key finding was that PIAA officials hate jewelry. The hatred stems from an official rule, … Continue reading

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Dixon Named Sporting News Coach of the Year

By, Christopher Pansino Today in a cruel twist of fate Jamie Dixon was named Coach of the Year by Sporting News. A link to the article can be found here. The news was salt in the wounds of Panther fans … Continue reading

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Pitt Moving Forward

By Christopher Pansino Yesterday, Pitt handled UNC-Asheville by the score of 74-51. Yet, the Panthers hardly felt like a number one team. Here the dilemma. On the one side, Pitt beat a lower ranked opponent by 23 points. On the … Continue reading

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Onions!

by Christopher Pansino The first full day of the NCAA tournament was filled with excitement and last second heroics. Temple, Butler, and Kentucky all needed last second shots to move on in the tournament. But the big story of the … Continue reading

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De Carlo to Play 1860′s Base Ball

by Cara De Carlo Three nights ago, I attended a meeting of the Pittsburgh Franklins. The Franklins are a vintage base ball team. I’d gone to the meeting to interview the players, but I left having promised to become one. … Continue reading

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Prediction: Pirates

by Christopher Pansino This comes as no surprise to Pittsburghers, but the Pirates stink. And with every baseball preview magazine repeating the standard line (that the future of this organization is still in the minor leagues) I got to thinking. … Continue reading

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Rebound… Rebound, REBOUND!

by Christopher Pansino UConn took away what Pitt does best today, out-rebounding them 27-24. It was an infuriating game to watch after Pitt took a commanding 12-point lead in the first quarter. Pitt would ultimately lose on a buzzer beater … Continue reading

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Visokey Looks to Florida Nationals and College Wrestling in the Wake of Regionals

Joshua Visokey’s life’s work is wrestling. His business is competing. (Business is good.) Continue reading

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