Titans News · College Coach on Youth Athletics
Boys Varsity Tennis · Boys Varsity Tennis beats Gateway Senior 5 – 0
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Ryan Sullivan adds name to Shaler’s list of state wrestling champions
Boys Varsity Wrestling · SULLIVAN STATE CHAMPION
Ryan Sullivan won the 113 pound PIAA state title today in Hershey, PA. Sullivan defeated Killian Delaney of W.C. Henderson 4-3 in the finals. He is the first wrestling state champion at Shaler Area in over a decade.
Titans News · UNIFIED BOCCE TEAM PLACES SIXTH
The Titan Unified Bocce Team competed at the Allegheny County Bocce Championships on March 7th at Baldwin High School. The team had an excellent day and finished sixth among all the teams.
Boys Varsity Wrestling · SULLIVAN WINS WPIAL TITLE
Ryan Sullivan won a tough championship final 2-1 over Bonuro of Moon. He will be joined by teammate Garret Reinsfelder at the PIAA Wrestling Championships, this coming weekend March 8-11 in Hershey PA. Reinsfelder lost to Coy of Penn Trafford in the Semi-Finals but battled back to place 3rd at the 132 pound division.
Multiple Teams · Details About Summer Youth Camp
Goals Teach Football Fundamentals, Develop a Respect for the Game, Teach Life Lessons, and Have Fun! Camp Details: Skills camp for all participants We teach fundamentals of all offensive and defensive positions All campers participate What you need for camp: -Football Cleats (not required) -Water Bottle -Workout Clothes -Sun Block -A Great Attitude,
Boys Varsity Track, Girls Varsity Track · FRANKLIN BREAKS RECORD
John Franklin participated in the Indoor State Track Championships on Feb. 25. He participated in the 60 meters hurdles and now owns the school record with a time of 8.51. John is hoping to replicate the effort in the spring season as well in his hurdle events.
Boys Varsity Wrestling · TWO WRESTLERS WIN SECTIONAL TITLES
Two titan wrestlers captured Section 3 Titles this Saturday. Ryan Sullivan and Garrett Reinsfelder both were victories in their championship match. Sullivan won a 6-2 decision over Junko of North Allegheny and Reinsfelder decisioned Amelio of Seneca Valley 7-5 to take the crown. Ryan and Garrett will be joined by Ian Scarberry who placed third