Cassidy, a 2002 graduate of Plum High School was a four-
Cassidy was a three-
The 1966 graduate of Rankin High School excelled on both the football field and basketball court. Dudley was a three-
Dudley was a force on the basketball court, as he was a first-
Dudley chose to play basketball and football in college,and he signed originally with Parsons College in Iowa. He transferred to Point Park, where he played from 1968 to 1971.
Gibson’s high school football career at Penn Hills Senior High School began in 1993 under head coach Neil Gordon. As a senior Demond was a captain on the 1995, 15-
Gibson enjoyed a five-
Guminski was captain of the 1966 Class A undefeated North Braddock Scott High Purple Raiders. He received the John Reed "Outstanding Lineman” award, was named Athlete of the Year and was a recipient of the Dapper Dan Outstanding Student Athlete award. He continued his education and football career at Princeton University where he was defensive captain of an undefeated freshman team. After competing against four future NFL first-
Guminski currently officiates at the NCAA level in men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse, volleyball and field hockey. This is his 41st season of high school football. His games have included over 100 future NFL players.He has officiated WPIAL playoff games in five football, swimming, men’s lacrosse, volleyball and swimming. He has worked numerous PIAA playoff games with state finals in football and men’s lacrosse. He served as a volunteer at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games and was director of registration for the 2005 Senior Olympics in Pittsburgh.
Jody Eyles Horvath
During Horvath’s three years at Franklin Regional, she was a four-
Horvath received a full swimming scholarship to the University of Texas, where she was a member of the four-
Now a retired U.S. Air Force colonel, Kunkel is a 1977 graduate of Penn Hills High School, where she excelled in volleyball, softball and basketball and earned 11 varsity letters. She attended Slippery Rock State College and earned a degree in physical education/health, while playing intercollegiate volleyball and softball. She received numerous accolades at the high school and college levels.
Kunkel was a member of the Air Force/Armed Forces softball team in 1982 and 1983, Air Force/Armed Forces volleyball team in 1983 and a member of the Council International Sports Military Volleyball Team in China in 1985.
Nee spent his whole teaching career in the East Allegheny School District, where he coached football and track from 1960-
Nee’s own playing career in football and boxing was from 1950-
Gay Eyles Stock
Stock is a graduate of Franklin Regional High School and Clarion University, where she earned her degree in elementary education/athletic coaching. A competitive swimmer, she was Franklin Regional’s first state champion, a WPIAL Champion, a PIAA State Champion (and she set a PIAA state record), held WPIAL top two finishes between 1973-
At Clarion, Stock was a four-