Thursday, February 7, 2013
Olivia Brandy, C.J. Jackson and Patrick Kline put their post-graduation plans in writing.
Three Pine-Richland athletes signed letters of intent Wednesday, committing to play sports at Penn State, California University of Pennsylvania and Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Olivia Brandy will play soccer at Penn State; Patrick Kline will attend Cal U to play football; and fellow football player C.J. Jackson will play for the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Hawks. They signed their letters and posed for photos in Pine-Richland High School's athletics office. Also in attendance were five football players who plan to be walk-ons at various colleges: Kevin Rader—Youngstown State T.J. Muzzonigro—Tufts University Luke Merhaut—Clarion University Nicolas Elms—is deciding between several schools Brock Baranowski—Penn State. …
Monday, January 7, 2013
The videos were posted by SandersVideoPgh.
These highlights of Pine-Richland vs. North Allegheny in boys soccer are posted on YouTube. Pine-Richland ended the season with an 18-3-0 overall record and 11-1-0 conference record. PR defeated NA 1-0 on Sept. 6 and again on Sept. 15. North Allegheny had a 10-4-3 overall record and an 8-3-1 conference record.
Monday, October 22, 2012
PR is seeded No. 3 out of the 15 teams that made the playoffs in the AAA classification.
With a 16-1 record, the Pine-Richland boys varsity soccer team takes on Norwin at 8 p.m. tonight (Monday) for the first round of WPIAL AAA playoffs. PR is seeded No. 3 out of the 15 teams that made the playoffs in the AAA classification. The team is 11-1 in conference play. Norwin is 9-7 overall and 8-4 in conference play. The game will be played at Pine-Richland Stadium as the second game of a double-header. North Allegheny plays Kiski at 6 p.m.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Patch plans to appeal ruling.
Pine-Richland Patch's Right-to-Know request to see investigation reports about Pine-Richland's soccer program and its coach, Jodi Chmielewski, has been denied. Pine-Richland Patch plans to appeal the decision by the school district's Right-To-Know officer to withhold the reports. Patch asked for the reports after the Pine-Richland School Board meeting Aug. 13 in which the board voted 5-2 to retain Chmielewski as its soccer coach. Supporters and opponents of the coach filled the school board's meeting room at that meeting to voice concerns about the coach and soccer program. References to the investigations were made during that meeting. The soccer program and coach have been a topic of discussion for some time. Parents and players had …
Monday, November 28, 2011
McCarthy was one of 20 selected to attend the Academy of Football in London.
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Seneca Valley girls soccer team shuts out the Rams 2-0.
Call it the battle of the AAA girls soccer teams. In the end, the Seneca Valley Raiders defeated the No. 1-ranked Pine-Richland Lady Rams, 2-0. Both teams had strong shots on goal supported by skillful play in the midfield during the first half. The defense on both sides fought hard to keep the ball out of the net. Raider goalkeeper Jess Neil, a freshman, and the Rams' junior keeper Haley Wessel were challenged with multiple shots on goal. The first score came from a direct kick by Seneca Valley defender Melissa Lynskey that was deflected by Wessel. A skirmish in front of the net resulted in a Raider goal with 23:37 left on the clock. With 5:12 remaining in the half, SV's Rachel Leake scored on a cross by senior midfielder Sarah Stevens…