Alumni Update - Brent Mulneix (Geneva)

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LATROBE, Pa. - Geneva fell behind 14-0 in the first quarter at St. Vincent Saturday afternoon and battled back to tie the game twice in theMulneix Geneva second half (20-20 and 27-27) but fell short of the win, falling 34-27 on Chuck Noll Field.

Defensively, Geneva was led by freshman Brent Mulneix, a Riverside graduate, with eight tackles, including one for a loss.


(photo courtesy of Geneva College)


Boys Soccer: West Feature Athlete - Riverside's Adam Saunders

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Name: Adam Saunders
School: Riverside
Grade: 10
Sport: Boys Soccer

Background: It has only been three years since Riverside was the Cinderella story of soccer, winning the WPIAL Class A title in 2012. The Panthers are in the playoff hunt again this season but the future is looking especially bright as Riverside starts three freshmen and four sophomores. One of those sophomores, Adam Saunders, is the leading scorer and captain. He also kicks extra points and field goals for the Panthers' football team.


Football: Is Riverside ready to bounce back?

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Riverside entered the season optimistic, after bouncing back from a one-win season to the second round of the playoffs. Starting with two wins, it looked like the optimism was well-founded but the Panthers have now lost three straight and currently sit outside the playoffs.

Friday, the Panthers host Union - the team right ahead of them – so it's about as big a game as has been played at Memorial Stadium in a while.

The drastic change, though, hasn't been any mystery. The Panthers are led by senior quarterback Jason Dambach, who has already thrown for over 1,400 yards and 15 TDs. The difference has been injuries to the running back corps that has left defenses to concentrate only on Dambach.


Girls Tennis: West Feature Athlete – Riverside’s Sierra Beighey

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Name: Sierra Beighey

School: Riverside

Grade: 12

Sport: Tennis


Background: Teamed with fellow senior Kaitlyn Marweg to finish fourth in the Section 2-AA doubles tournament and earned a spot in the WPIAL tournament, which is slated to openTuesdayat Norwin. Played in the Section 2 singles tournament and lost to eventual WPIAL champion Anne Taylor, 10-2, in the quarterfinals.