Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Coatesville Player Picks Psu

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Coatesville Player Picks Psu

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Coatesville High School running back/defensive back DaQuan Worley committed to Penn State Friday, according to his high school coach, Matt Ortega. Worley, 5 feet 10, 175 pounds, is a three-star recruit, according to scouting service. He helped lead Coatesville to the PIAA Class AAAA championship in 2012, losing to North Allegheny.

"What makes him special is the team guy he is," Ortega said. "He's all about his teammates. He's not one of those guys who thinks he's a superstar. He's one of the hardest workers I've ever had, doing everything he can to make himself better."

Worley, who will be a senior at Coatesville in the fall, is Penn State's seventh commitment for the Class of 2014.


Former Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin had a baseball field named after him. School trustees approved naming the field at the university's Scranton campus after McGloin. In his senior year in 2012, McGloin set the school season record for passing yardage (3,266) and tied the record for passing touchdowns in a season (24). McGloin, who wasn't selected in the NFL draft, was invited to Washington Redskins rookie minicamp.


Sewickley native Colin South was named team captain for Robert Morris next season. South was an assistant captain this past year, when the team won a program best 20-games. South, who will be a senior, had 13 goals, 14 assists, scoring five on the power play.

"Colin has really matured as a hockey player and a person over the past season and has big shoes to fill as last year's captains did an excellent job," coach Derek Schooley said in a statement. "[We] feel he is ready to lead our program to the next level."

* Martin Gerber made 29 saves, and Matthias Bieber and Nino Niederreiter scored second-period goals to help Switzerland beat Sweden, 3-2, in the world hockey championships in Stockholm. Ryan Gardner added an empty-net goal in the third period for Switzerland. Simon Hjalmarsson and Johan Fransson scored for Sweden.

In the other opening game in Stockholm, Radim Vrbata and Jakub Voracek scored and Alexander Salak stopped 21 shots in the Czech Republic's 2-0 victory over Belarus. …

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