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11
Jan

Let me be Frank about a special coach

By: Marty Stewart , Thursday, January 9, 2020, TRIB-LIVE To find a high school coach who is totally committed to every kid on his team, who shuns the limelight and gives all credit to the kids and his coaching staff is rare. To have that same coach in place for nearly four decades doesn’t happen...
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07
Jan

Shao Sisters Heat Up Pool in the Fast Lane

The Shao sisters, Vivian and Sophie, have a lot going for them, and it doesn’t begin or end in the pool, where both are two of the best performers on the Foxes’ girls team. “Both girls are multitalented, exceptional, hard-working girls,” says swim coach Dan Taylor of the sisters, who also hold excellent academic records...
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06
Jan

Indoor Track Teams Fit and Focused

Members of the Foxes’ indoor track teams did well last season, and Coach Tom Moul believes that trend will continue, and then some. “I’m excited about this season,” says the coach. “The program has gotten stronger each year, and I’m hoping that growth will continue this year. All of the kids have been working hard...
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02
Jan

Eddie Farrell Comes ‘Into His Own,’ Comes Out on Top at Tourney

The Foxes’ wrestling team traditionally ends each calendar year by participating in the West Mifflin Steve DeAugustino Classic, where roughly 30 teams and 300 grapplers compete for top awards. This season, Fox Chapel Area had some impressive performances, particularly by senior Eddie Farrell, who battled his way to become the champion in the 220-lb weight...
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02
Jan

Chuck Stover: 51 Years of Bird’s-Eye Views

When Chuck Stover was a young teacher, just starting his career in the late 1960s as a Dorseyville Middle School math teacher, he was asked if he wanted to earn some extra money by videotaping high school football games. He thought it would be a good way to supplement his family’s income, but he probably...
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