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Franklin High School

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Franklin High School

The leader of the Lions met with members of the media after Wednesday night's practice as the team prepares to take on Rutgers this weekend.

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Kyle Fugedi started playing flag football when he was around 4 years old because all his friends played. It was fun. It gave him the chance to run around outside playing with those he was closest to.

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Chuck Tragesser always knew he wanted to play golf collegiately. But he was unsure of where or what level. He just knew he had the game to compete at a higher level and waited for an opportunity to come along.

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Three regular-season games left for Penn State and plenty of questions remain for James Franklin, his assistants and the Lions’ players. PSU sits at 0-5 heading into Saturday’s game with Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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High school football players can sign up and upload videos to the Rams' virtual combine, where they may be viewed by college recruiters.

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School districts in Westmoreland, Armstrong and Allegheny counties have until 5 p.m. Nov. 30 to switch to full remote instruction or affirm that they are complying with the state’s covid-19 safety measures.

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Freiermuth will have surgery for an undisclosed injury, perhaps signaling his final days as a player with the Penn State program.

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National Letter of Intent Day often brings out the best in high school sports programs. That was the case at Franklin Regional last week, when some of the Panthers’ top baseball players made official commitments to college programs with a simple signature.

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Franklin County is the first and only county in Ohio to be elevated to the state’s highest-level “purple” rating warning of severe exposure and spread of COVID-19. Franklin County had been on the third-tier “red” level — and one of only two counties on the virus watch list for a potential rise to “purple” — prior to the release of revised ratings f

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Because of a health order in Franklin County, the six state high school football championship games were moved from Fortress Obetz to Massillon.

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