Here's today's edition of Mike White's High School Notebook.
"Upper St. Clair has hopes of pulling off a first in boys soccer — win three consecutive PIAA titles.
But the Panthers will have to do it without their highly successful coach, who was injured in an accident at his home last month.
Uwe Schneider, who has won four state championships in 10 years as coach, was hanging shudders last month at his house in Mt. Lebanon when the ladder fell, according to Upper St. Clair athletic director Matt Mellinger. Schneider fell two stories and both of his legs were broken. He sustained multiple broken bones in his left leg and had surgery to put pins and rods in the leg. He had another surgery for an infection in the leg.
Schneider was in the hospital for more than two weeks. He decided to not coach this season and also will take time off as a German teacher at Upper St. Clair High School."