Braddock high School: FOOTBALL-
Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon): FOOTBALL-
Other: Navy 1944-
Scott High School: FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL and BASEBALL, earned eight letters in three years; 1957 graduate
Coaching Career: St. Colman’s Turtle Creek 1972; Head Coach Turtle Creek High School girls team 1981, won three section titles and won 1982 WPIAL championship; Head Coach girls team Woodland Hills, WPIAL championship and played in state finals at Hershey 1997; WPIAL Coach of the Year 1982 and 1997
Paul “Zoom” Blazevich
Westinghouse Memorial High School: FOOTBALL, Allegheny County vs. Western PA all-
University of Miami, Florida: one year
El Dorado Junior College, Kansas: FOOTBALL-
Omaha University: FOOTBALL 1961 under Coach Al Caniglias’, small college all-
Professional: Omaha Mustangs of professional football league of America; offensive end, linebacker, and punter
Inductions: Nebraska Football Hall of Fame 1984; University of Nebraska at Omaha Hall of Fame 1988
Swissvale High School-
Penn State University: 1986 College National Championship team, captain 1989 team, 1987 led Penn State in tackles and interceptions, 11th all-
Awards: 1990 Toyota Leadership Award and Dapper Dan Honoree
G. Robert Evans
Scott High School: 1948 graduate; FOOTBALL-
University of New Mexico: FOOTBALL-
Career: Physical and Aquatic Director for Boys Club of American, Wilkinsburg and The Golden Triangle YMCA, and American Red Cross
Inductions: Pennsylvania Hall of Fame 1984
Teaching Career: High School physical education, health and geography 35 years, retired 1986
Coaching Career: FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL, GOLF and SWIMMING; several WPIAL and PIAA swimming champions at Gateway, Plum and Franklin Regional high schools
Official Career: WPIAL BASKETBALL, SWIMMING
Other: One of founders of Eastern Swim Association, coached two teams, Murrysville and Meadowink to numerous championships; Founder of Franklin Area Swim Team (FAST), club team in Allegheny Mountain Swimming Association; coached several Junior and Senior National qualifiers, a Junior National Champion, a Junior National Record Holder and a World Ranked Swimmer; 1986 American Swimming Coaches Association Coach of the Year by Finals Swimwear and AMS All-
Bowling: Metropolitan Ten Pin league tournament champ 1950-
Other sport: Softball coach and umpire.
Honors: Greater Pittsburgh Ten Pin Bowling Association Hall of Fame, 1983; President Pittsburgh Ten Pin City Association; Secretary East Pittsburgh Businessmen’s league; supervised establishments for Men’s and Women’s TV eliminations.
Pitcairn High School: FOOTBALL, 1941-
California State Teacher’s College: FOOTBALL, 1946; undefeated team; kicked extra point to put team ahead and beat undefeated Potomac.
Pitcairn Mohawks: Played five years; record 1947-
Played organized football for 10 years on teams with combined record of 78-
Ohio Northern University: FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL AND TRACK; offensive center on 1938 All-
Coaching Career: Football-
Other Athletic: Athletic Coordinator at John Linton Intermediate School Penn Hills 1968-
Honors: Ohio Northern Athletic Hall of Fame 1978.
Scott High School: BASKETBALL and BASEBALL, three years; leading scorer basketball team senior year; All Section both sports senior year; played in Hearst Sun Telegraph and Allegheny County Optimist Club all-
Juniata College: BASEBALL and BASKETBALL; six varsity letters; senior year baseball batting crown; Charles F. Goodale senior award for excellence in performance, good sportsmanship and cooperation.
Other Athletic career: Scott High School-
North Braddock High School (Scott): FOOTBALL and BASKETBALL; two way starter football; 1926 graduate
Bowling: Successful bowler in Metropolitan and Air Brake leagues
Herb Sendek, Sr.
Athletic Career: 1st basketball coach and Athletic Director at Allegheny Community College; coached Region XX All Star Basketball team of MJCAA 1973-
Penn Hills High School: BASKETBALL-
Coaching Career: Assistant on Rick Pitino’s staff at Providence College 1985-
Inductions: Penn Hills Sports Hall of Fame 1991.