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Boys Soccer: South Feature Athlete - Seton-LaSalle's Darryl Daniels

Written by Brad Everett on .

Name: Darryl Daniels
School: Seton-LaSalle
Grade: 11
Sport: Boys Soccer
Position: Forward

Background: Daniels has been a big addition to a Seton-LaSalle team that was already expected to be pretty good this season. Daniels transferred from Brashear this summer and has helped the defending-champion Rebels to an unbeaten record while racking up 19 goals, which ranks second in the WPIAL. Coach Ryan Kelly said Daniels' arrival: "It was a great gift to get before the season." The top-ranked Rebels are 10-0 overall and 8-0 in Class 1A Section 4. They host section rival Bishop Canevin tonight.

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Boys Soccer: Defending champion Seton-LaSalle rolling again in Class A

Written by Brad Everett on .

A year after winning its fifth WPIAL championship in a 10-year span, Seton-LaSalle has not slowed down one bit.

It's been another fine season for Seton-LaSalle, which brings a 10-0 record into tonight's home game against Bishop Canevin. The Rebels, ranked No. 1 in Class A, are in first place in Section 4 with an 8-0 record, and are one of just four WPIAL teams without a loss or a tie.

"It's nice to be in the driver's seat in the section heading into the second round of games," Seton-LaSalle coach Ryan Kelly said.

Only two teams have come within a goal of Seton-LaSalle, which has outscored opponents, 48-6. The Rebels boast two excellent goal scorers in junior forward Darryl Daniels and senior forward Chris Stack. Daniels, a transfer from Brashear, is second in the WPIAL with 19 goals. Stack has 13.

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Football: South Feature Athlete - Seton-LaSalle's Lionel Deanes

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Name: Lionel Deanes
School: Seton-LaSalle
Grade: 11
Sport: Football
Position: Running back

Background: Deanes, a 5-foot-8 running back, had a big opening game of his junior season, rushing for 287 yards and four touchdowns in a 44-35 win against Shady Side Academy last Friday. Deanes scored on touchdown runs of 30, 44, 17 and 60 yards, the last of which gave Seton-LaSalle the lead for good in the fourth quarter of a back-and-forth game. Deanes led the Rebels in rushing as a sophomore when he finished with 1,266 yards and 13 touchdowns.

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Baseball: 2016 Major League Update - Derek Law (Seton-LaSalle)

Written by John Perrotto on .

Derek Law has had a fine rookie season as a right-handed reliever for the San Francisco Giants.

The Seton-LaSalle High School graduate is 3-1 with one save and a 3.10 ERA in 29 games since making his major league debut April 15 against the Dodgers at Los Angeles. In 29 innings, he has allowed 28 hits while striking out 29 and walking just four.

However, Law's biggest moment wasn't making his debut at Dodger Stadium, notching his first win May 7 against the Colorado Rockies or recording his first save June 13 against the Milwaukee Brewers.

It came when he pitched two scoreless innings June 22 to get credit for the win against the Pirates at PNC Park.

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Alumni Update - Alessandra Nicholas (Seton Hill)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Seton Hill senior Alessandra Nicholas has been selected to compete in the 2016 Division II North/South Senior All-Star game on June 4Nicholas SHU at Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa. The teams were announced by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) on Friday.

Nicholas, a Seton-LaSalle graduate, will be Seton Hill's fifth All-Star game participant joining Emma Simmers who played last year. Morgan Cain, Nadine Wallace and Amanda Lee also played in the game.

She'll be part of a South team that is made up of 21 seniors from 15 different schools in the region. The squad will be coached by Julia Decker from Fort Lewis College.

Nicholas finished her senior season as the second leading goal scorer. She finished the season with 33 goals.  Ali added 12 assists, 41 draw controls, 29 ground balls and 20 caused turnovers. Nicholas finished her career with 73 goals and 32 assists.  Ali was a second team All PSAC second team selection in 2015.

 

(photo courtesy of Seton Hill University)