Sports Town East Week in Review (Feb. 3-9)

Written by Cara De Carlo on .

Below is a review of the East posts that appeared the week of Feb. 3-9

Sunday, Feb. 3
* Sports Town East Week in Review (Jan. 27-Feb. 2)
* Burrell pins down another Class AA wrestling title
* Video: Highlights from WPIAL Class AA Wrestling, Burrell over South Fayette

Monday, Feb. 4
* Greensburg Central Catholic basketball players receiving texts from players at Jeannette
* Penn Hills basketball team wants big finish for Schifino and Glaze
* East girls’ basketball game of the week (Week of Feb. 4, 2013)
* East Girls’ Basketball Leading Scorers (Feb. 4, 2013)

Tuesday, Feb. 5
* Alumni Update: Dan Simon (Penn State Behrend) 020513
* Jeannette’s Miller and Brown wrapped up a great win over Serra last week
* Penn Trafford used a complete basketball effort to put away Hempfield last week
* Another tale of Central Catholic basketball
* East Boys’ Basketball Leading Scorers (Feb. 5, 2013)
* East boys’ basketball game of the week (Week of Feb. 4, 2013)

Wednesday, Feb. 6
* Photo Journal: Franklin Regional - WPIAL Class AAA wrestling runner-up
* Photo journal: Burrell wrestling - 2013 WPIAL Class AA Champions
* Hempfield big man plays big role in victory against Kiski Area
* Wrestling: PIAA Class AAA First Round Lineups - Franklin Regional vs. Jersey Shore
* Wrestling: PIAA Class AA First Round Lineups - Burrell vs. Bermudian Springs

Thursday, Feb. 7
* Youhon, Merz help Norwin hockey team rebound
* Perhac leads Gateway hockey team to two big wins
* Plum hockey team riding three-game win streak
* Hockey: East Feature Athlete - Central Catholic's Kevin Dziubek
* For fourth year in a row, Plum makes its way into WPIAL basketball playoffs
* Craig Meyer's high school basketball notebook (East, Feb. 7, 2013)
* Mum's the word in Epps basketball coaching family
* It's seven WPIAL wrestling titles in a row for Burrell
* High-scoring line boosts Penn-Trafford hockey team

Friday, Feb. 8
* Oakland Catholic swimmer Smith distancing herself from pack
* Alumni Update: Allison Viverette (Boston College)
* Kiski Area surviving, now ready to advance